Thanksgiving comes but once a year, but the stakes couldn’t be higher for making the pièce de résistance — a perfectly bronzed and juicy turkey.
On any given morning, as the sun peeks over the horizon, Danielle Johnson can be found crawling down the hallways of her Rochester, Minnesota, home.
You can’t go too far these days without running into a Starbucks. The chain is so ubiquitous, it’s almost like having an outsourced pantry staple available within a 5-mile radius (or a few city blocks) all day.
Sometimes, solving one problem only creates another.
Chinese scientists have become the first in the world to use the revolutionary CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technique in humans.
Parkinson’s disease is a “progressive disorder of the nervous system,” according to the Mayo Clinic, that primarily affects a patient’s movement. It often starts with a small tremor in the hand or muscle stiffness and gets worse over time. There is no test for Parkinson’s, so it is occasionally misdiagnosed.
If you’re a fan of a well-seared steak or a crisp fried samosa, you may need to pace yourself, as a new study has found that you could be increasing your risk of heart disease.
A lollipop after a morning doctor visit. A cupcake for a classmate’s birthday with lunch. A bag of cookies, gummies or a few little doughuts before after-school activities begin.
Young people who get the human papillomavirus vaccine before turning 15 need only two doses, rather than three, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced last week.
For at least the first six months of their lives, infants should be sleeping in the same room as their parents, but not the same bed, according to a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics.