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Provençal omelets aren’t folded and are usually not eaten hot, which makes them great for summer picnics.
Scientists have traced a large outbreak of salmonella to an unusual source: tempeh, the popular meat substitute.
A new study finds some lipsticks and glosses contain a number of metals, including lead, cadmium and aluminum.
The Government Accountability Office found that many doctors who recommended a common prostate cancer therapy had financial relationships with treatment providers.
Researchers at the University of Illinois have used a 3-D printer to make small hybrid “biobots” — part gel, part muscle cell — that can move on their own.
At labs around the world, researchers have been experimenting with bioprinting, but there are many formidable obstacles to overcome.
Cigarette sales are down, but tobacco critics say the gains are being offset by the rise of alternatives like cigars, whose flavored varieties are smoked overwhelmingly by young people.
Bike lanes and the use of bicycles in general has recently exploded in Texas, which is a good sign for local business and for residents’ waistlines.
A new computer system for meatpacking and processing plants shut down for two days in August, leading to the shipment of millions of pounds of meat that had not been tested for contaminants.
Gov. Chris Christie agreed to expand New Jersey’s program, but stopped short of what some parents say is necessary to improve their children’s access to treatment.
A British court has ruled for the first time that a man who lacks the capacity to give informed consent should have a vasectomy because it is in his best interests.
Many Angelenos would sooner have their mug shots appear on TMZ than go a few steps without a motor vehicle.
Cold Asian noodles can make a light but satisfying meal during the last days of summer Martha Rose Shulman writes in this week’s Recipes for Health.
“The feeling that you get from being in control of your health and the way you look is a feeling like no other,” says the Tony Award-winning “Pippin” actress Patina Miller.
Michael R. Bloomberg’s health initiatives have won over New Yorkers, but the public is less enamored of his overall mayoralty, The New York Times found.