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Finn, a retired racing greyhound, helps sick children and their families feel less anxious with his visits.
Paula Francis hopes her quest will change the country and people's lives.
We sort fact from fiction.
US citizen of Libyan descent arrested in Italy for manslaughter after death of toddler following botched circumcision
One ingredient swaps that will save you hundreds of calories (not to mention fat and sugar) this season.
We read more than ever before. But the way that we read may not necessarily mean we learn or know more.
A family tree used to take years of painstaking research. But with the advent of DNA testing, more people are discovering their roots and the travel industry is taking notice.
Talk to family members and they'll insist that the second spouse died of a broken heart. And that may literally be true in some cases.
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the WHO Regional Office for Europe have released the latest data to mark the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day.
Children who start elementary school younger than their classmates are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD.
Luxembourg spent €5,600 per inhabitant on healthcare in 2016 — the highest of any EU member state.
To seek relief, some people turn to dietary supplements. But do they really work? Here's what really helps.
People in France will soon be able to get free condoms if they are prescribed by a doctor.
The biennial OECD/European Commission report puts a focus on mental health issues and efficiency savings
Most of the damage costs of road-related air pollution are health costs.
We can't slow time itself down, but we can do things to pace ourselves and create more lasting impressions of times past.
"I have been grieving recently," the actress wrote on Instagram.
The Bajau, of Southeast Asia, have spleens 50 percent larger than normal. This allows them to spend eight hours a day underwater, catching octopus by hand.
Although widely accepted as something you are born with, some believe homosexuality is a condition that can be treated.
Nearly 7,000 children and young adults in England and Wales now have Type 2 diabetes as the rise in obesity continues, a leading charity has warned.