Contact lenses improve your vision temporarily, but they may also make lasting changes to your eyes.
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By John Johnson, Newser staff Dr. Beach—aka Stephen Leatherman of Florida International University—is out with his annual ranking of the best beaches in America, and he’s got a new No. 1. RELATED: What 53K Kids Had to Say About Happiness The honor goes to Waimanalo Bay Beach Park in Hawaii, reports AP. It’s in a fairly secluded […]
Researchers says repetitive jaw motion helps get rid of earworms.
Stick to it so-so and you’ll still cut your risk.
Scientists say it has to do with exposure to testosterone in the womb.
Study ties it to increased stroke risk.
Obsessed with using produce wash, or cavalier about biting into unwashed organic fruits and veggies?
‘123456,’ Qwerty,’ sports teams, birthdays and swear words all make the top 100.
Japanese study finds ‘low-tech’ warning of future problems.