Study: Using e-cigarettes makes it harder to quit smoking

Electronic cigarettes have been touted as a good tool to help traditional cigarettes smokers kick the habit. However a new study shows smoking e-cigarettes actually makes it more difficult for a person to quit. Read More

Consuming sugar may help you feel less stressed

We're constantly bombarded with information about how bad sugar is for our health, but new data shows a little sugar can got a long way in curbing feelings of stress. Read More

Study suggests ways to make pill-taking less yucky for kids

Many sick kids can't or won't swallow pills — and that can make them sicker. But there may be some pretty simple ways to help the medicine go down, a new study says. Read More

High school smoking falls, e-cigarette and hookah use booms (VIDEO)

Teen use of e-cigarettes tripled in one year — to more than 13 percent. About 9 percent of high schools students said they had tried hookahs. But smoking of traditional cigarettes plummeted to about 9 percent. Read More

Study: U.S. moms typically space pregnancies this far apart

Experts say mothers should wait at least 18 months to give their body time to recover and increase the chances the next child is full-term and healthy. Read More

Warning: Your dog can get the flu (VIDEO)

The illness is believed to be caused by an Asian viral strain, which could arise in other U.S. urban areas. In Chicago, it gained a foothold in the doggie day care centers and got an extra boost from spring break when pets were boarded in kennels. Read More

Your pets could be allergic to YOU

Experts say that our pets can react to proteins found in our dander, microscopic cells that shed from our skin and hair. Read More

FDA: Some varieties of 'KIND' bars not so healthy after all (VIDEO)

The government ruled that the bars do not meet the standards for "healthy" foods because they contain too much saturated fat. It also has a problem with labels boasting the bars as a "good source of fiber" and "rich in antioxidants." Read More

This over-the-counter painkiller can also blunt your emotions

Ohio State University researchers have discovered that acetaminophen, the main ingredient in Tylenol, reduces people's positive emotions. Read More

Why you shouldn't panic if your teen tries e-cigarettes

The research included more than 10,000 children from Wales from ages 10 to 16. It concluded that only about one in ten kids have tried e-cigarettes. Read More

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