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An investigation into the internet's favorite home remedy.
Pack essentials for your next hike.
At long last
Homeopathic drug company King Bio spotted potential bacterial contamination.
Parents are still giving belladonna to children, despite multiple FDA warnings
He faces a hearing for his quackery next week
Eating allergens seems like it should reduce sneezes. In practice? Not so much.
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New revelations about the green berry everyone has come to love.
Replace these “folklore strategies” with facts.
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Next time: Slow and steady.
Being cold doesn't make you catch a cold, but it doesn't help.
The FDA warns that jewelry marketed as baby-safe is anything but.
An expert weighs in.
The science behind the latest (non-)drinking trend.
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