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Researchers at Connecticut College threw some lab rats into a maze, stacked one side with rice cakes and the other with Oreos, recorded their reactions to each — and, a few scientific tests later, concluded "America's Favorite Cookie" is as addictive as morphine and cocaine.
Don't call the outrageously fat "obese," doctors in Britain have been told. Why? The label could damage their self-esteem, the country's health watchdog said in newly released policy papers.
In a finding researchers are still trying to understand, autism rates in British children appear to have plateaued in the past decade, according to a new study released Wednesday.
New research shows that poverty itself may use up people's limited mental bandwidth, causing them to make worse decisions that contribute to their poverty.
Dozens of Chinese children have been hospitalized in Guizhou province with severe organ failure after being stung by giant hornets.
President Obama has embraced "Obamacare" as the de facto name of his signature health care initiative. But the commander-in-chief believes that if the law ends up being a wild success, the moniker will disappear.
A coalition of military associations on Tuesday lambasted Congress for its handling of veterans affairs in the wake of the government shutdown and demanded a permanent solution to balancing the federal budget.
A political action committee upset at the media coverage of last weekend's Million Vet March on the World War II Memorial in downtown D.C. penned an open letter to CNN, calling the station's coverage dismissive, degrading and blind to the veteran cause.
A widely sold sports supplement both in the United States and abroad has been found to have been spiked with a chemical substance that's akin to methamphetamine — speed — and is based on an illegal designer drug that's used for recreation, scientists in South Korea and America found, USA Today reported.