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Many American children with food allergies will look for the specially colored pumpkins on doorsteps this Halloween.
Health, Science & Environment
Mark Berman and Brady Dennis
Maine’s governor vows to use legal authority to keep a nurse, recently back from West Africa, quarantined.
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Interest in the Asian tea has exploded. Here’s what you need to know.
Program helps NFL retirees avoid being sidelined by hypertension, diabetes or other ailments.
They can be prepared in myriad ways and are full of healthful protein, vitamins and minerals.
A new program will guide visitors through some of the museum’s best-known works in a way that promotes wellness.
A diet of lean, vegetarian and natural foods paired with high-intensity training can actually slow you down.
Having a stocked pantry is essential for cooking nutritious weeknight meals. Here is what you need.
He was looking for the perfect exercise. What he discovered had nothing to do with his legs.
Communication is key when riding a bicycle made for two.
Try this healthful and seasonal alternative to traditional pancakes, made with whole grains and flaxseed.
A wide variety of foods can be made quickly in the device, including soups, stews, vegetables and meats.
There are basic rules of gym etiquette to keep people from throwing you the side-eye.
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