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He faces a hearing for his quackery next week
Turned-up audio players and noisy locales are putting millions of young ears at risk
The Great Bambino's treatment came at a major turning point in medicine.
A superfast MRI technique captures the body's inner movements in real time
Experts weigh in on the psychological reverberations of violence.
The crystal ball of science
Doctors are updating the guidelines on how to mind your earwax. Spoiler alert: Q-tips and ear candling are still bad for you.
Athletes in the U.S. suffer 3.8 million sports-related concussions each year. While helmet makers dither with small improvements, Swedish scientists have built something that could protect us all.
The highly anticipated technology could save thousands of lives per year
They could someday help millions get their voices back
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There are life-saving measures any bystander can take.
Rubella isn't as dangerous as measles, but it can cause real harm.
It's a historic ruling, but there's still no science to back it up
Personal care products can poison you, and women of color take on extra burdens.
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Some agencies that keep us healthy have run out of money, or will run out soon.
If your baby has eczema, head to an allergist.
Putting the words right in your mouth