Such policies don't seem to work as well as setting clear rules, fostering respect between kids and teachers
Researchers report six cases where stopping use of wipes resolved skin reaction
Problem-solving ability surpassed memory, study finds
New study suggests caffeine not only wakes you up, but also may aid your recall
Southwestern states hardest hit, but infections still not at epidemic levels, CDC says
New surveys show lack of awareness of financial assistance for mandated coverage
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Blood Test May Predict Heart Attack: Study
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For most people with an irregular heartbeat, it's OK to stay active, doctors say
Study says new dopamine-producing brain cells help control motor function
Agency tells consumers to ignore manufacturer claims and 'walk away' from these products
Breast Cancer Drugs To Be Free For High-Risk Women
More than a week after the marijuana ban came to an end in Colorado, the joy has faded as residents adjust to the new normal of having the most liberal marijuana laws in the U.S.
Is your teen moody, stressed out? Most teens are. Here are tips on easing teen angst and stress.
Sometimes busy kids don't make the time to just relax. Here are ways you can help them slow down and take time for themselves.
One WebMD community member used to hate cilantro. Now she loves it. Check out how she converted -- plus our two yummy recipes.
Experts credit advances in post-surgical care for lower risk
Cigarette tax hikes, no-smoking policies contribute to decline, experts say