The rules for donating blood have recently changed.
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Requiring blood tests to get a marriage license had nothing to do with an Oedipal fear of accidentally marrying a close relative.
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The composer suffered from hearing loss and a number of mysterious ailments before his death at age 56. His hair is providing some answers.
The world’s happiest country wants to teach us all how to live more like Finns.
Strawberries sold under several brand names around the country sickened five people in Washington late last year.
The wintertime haze has become a serious health threat to residents. Scientists think they now know the cause.
In 1975, a woman found her husband dead in a chair after watching a BBC sitcom. He had been laughing for almost a half-hour. Was it merriment that killed him?