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Researchers Develop 'Artificial Nose' To Sniff Out Brain TumorsIn a study of almost 700 tissue samples, the device was at least 83 percent accurate at finding the cancerous samples.
Pediatricians Update Recommendations For Summer Camp SafetyThe American Academy of Pediatrics updated its recommendations on how to keep kids safe during the summer.
Your Facebook Profile Can Indicate If You Have A Medical Condition, Study FindsYour social media could reveal a lot more about you than you think.
Young Girl Afraid Of IVs Invents 'Medi Teddy' To Disguise ThemThe Connecticut girl turned her time spent in the hospital into a chance to help ease the fear of many other young patients.
Eating Too Much Red Meat Could Kill YouEating too much red meat could kill you. That's according to researchers from China and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Study: Outdoor Learning Benefits Teachers And StudentsLearning in the great outdoors for as little as an hour a week can do wonders both for children and teachers alike.
Report: Cheerios, Nature Valley Products Among Breakfast Foods Still Contaminated By Weed KillerThey continue to test positive for trace amounts of a controversial herbicide that may increase the risk of cancer.
New Study Links Sleeping With Lights On To Weight Gain In WomenKeeping a lot of light on while you snooze could lead to weight gain.
Dr. Mallika Marshall On David Ortiz's Injuries, Road AheadThe extent of organ damage depends on the speed of the bullet and the distance of the bullet from the patient.
One-Of-A-Kind Lyme Disease Program At Spaulding In High DemandThe Dean Center treats long-term effects of tick-borne illnesses like Lyme Disease. With a long waiting list, the center is hoping to expand services.