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Olympian Ron Hill ended his streak of running at least one mile a day after more than 52 years.

New data from the CDC show striking disparities for rural and urban Americans.

From vaccinations to cupping to reiki, therapies promoted by the institution or its physicians are suspect, this physician cautions.

Cancer experts say further improvements can be gained by focusing on smoking, HPV vaccination and other risk factors.

You’ve heard the advice and maybe ignored it. Here's why you should change your ways in the new year.

Brains of concussed children have slower and weaker responses to speech.

Here’s a look at how far runners in each generation would get — if the race were a massive relay.

Coca-Cola or PepsiCo supported health groups such as the American Heart Association while fighting soda taxes and bans.

A police chief, a tailor and a carnival veteran help assess the candidate's dimensions.

An earlier study found that sickle cell trait may lead to an increased risk of sudden death, but the new study comes to a different conclusion.

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