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For years, scientists have been dogged by this evolution question: Just where did man's best friend first appear?
The way Fido wags his tail might reveal more about him than you know. Just ask another dog.
Whether it's the Beatles or Beethoven, people like music for the same reason they like eating or having sex: It makes the brain release a chemical that gives pleasure, a new study says.
A happy marriage is good for your blood pressure, but a stressed one can be worse than being single, a preliminary study suggests.
NEW YORK | For rabid fans of the New York Giants and New England Patriots, this Sunday's Super Bowl won't be just a game. It may be a health hazard.
A Mediterranean-style diet that appears to cut the risk of heart disease also may help protect against Alzheimer's disease, a new study suggests.
CHARLESTON, S.C. | Picture this: Your boss is threatening to fire you because he thinks you stole company property. He doesn't believe your denials. Your lawyer suggests you deny it one more time -- in a brain scanner that will show you're telling the truth.
First it was obese football players. Now it's ... overweight basketball players?
NEW YORK (AP) -- A pill that helps you lose weight and quit smoking? That was amazing enough to capture headlines last week. But scientists say the experimental drug might be even more versatile, providing a new tool to help people stop abusing drugs and alcohol, too.
NEW YORK -- Health authorities and flu experts say they're concerned but not alarmed by an apparent case of bird flu jumping from one person to another in Thailand. So far it looks like an isolated dead-end incident rather than the start of a major outbreak.
Think your teenager is growing fast? A new study said Tyrannosaurus rex launched into an explosive growth spurt in its teen years, packing on an average of nearly 5 pounds a day.
Since the latest mad cow disease scare hit the headlines, the calls have been coming in to the Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Foundation: My loved one died of CJD, people say. Could it have been something he ate?
NEW YORK -- Wanna clone a cow? A Massachusetts company guarantees a healthy calf for $19,000 -- and two for $34,000.
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