Study: Are fist-bumps really less germy than handshakes?

The importance of hand hygiene is nothing new in medicine. But the researchers realized that while a lot of research focused on hands getting germy from touching doorknobs and other surfaces, only a few studies had looked at handshakes. Read More

Study: 9 in 10 adults eat everything on their plate

Just knowing that you're likely to consume almost all of what you serve yourself can help you be more mindful of appropriate portion size. Read More

Study: This popular OTC pain reliever doesn't work against back pain

The researchers found acetaminophen was no more effective than a dummy pill for people suffering from acute lower back pain. Read More

This is the age we start seriously thinking about our health

Researchers spoke with 2,000 people and found that 56 percent admitted to deliberately ignoring health warnings and having a "live for the moment" approach to life until this age. Read More

CDC: More girls, boys could be getting cervical cancer vaccine

The government is reporting an increase in teen U.S. girls getting a controversial cervical cancer vaccine — but it's not much of a bump. Read More

ALS: Lou Gehrig's disease rare, first US count finds

The disease is also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS. It attacks nerve cells and often starts with muscle twitching and weakness. Roughly three-quarters of people with the disease die within five years. Read More

It only takes this much time to undo a diet

A lot of it has to do with what you eat and drink, especially when you're on vacation. 61% of people admit they don't stick to their diet while they're on vacation, and 20% say their diet becomes much worse. Read More

Study: Disney princess movies make women believe they can 'fix' painful relationships

According to a study, Disney princess movies and movies such as “Twilight” send a message that if women try hard and ignore warning signs, they can “fix” even an otherwise abusive and painful relationship. Read More

Disturbing Trend: More teens doping on steroids

The survey by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids finds experimentation with human growth hormones by America's teens more than doubled in the past year as young people strove to boost their athletic performance and improve their looks. Read More

Injuries are increasing in this high school sport - and it's not football

Although the most common injuries are sprains and strains, more than 22 percent are concussions in both boys and girls. Read More

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