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Tagged With Health

You can't get sunburn through your car windshield, but you should still protect your skin -- here's why


A startup founded by SolarCity and Google alums wants to tell you your 'fertility age' -- here's what that means


You're eating a lot of bad, rotten olive oil -- here's how to find the real stuff


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Allergies really are getting worse -- it's not just you


One cause of the French Instagram star's death by 'exploding whipped cream' is more common than you think


The CIA paid psychologists $81 million to use brutal tactics on terror suspects, and they're suing


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Young people in the US are being diagnosed with HIV in disproportionately high numbers



Qantas is looking at the science behind staying healthy on long-haul flights


What the maximum amount of caffeine you should be drinking in a day looks like


This disturbing map reveals how climate change is already affecting your health, based on the state you live in


Theranos is reportedly close to reaching a settlement with Walgreens


The tick that makes people allergic to red meat with one bite seems to be spreading


Otto Warmbier's death is still a medical mystery


There's an unusually large number of highly deadly mushrooms in California -- here's how to spot one


Scientists overlooked a major problem with going to Mars -- and they fear it could be a suicide mission


Here's how much it will cost for Australians to take a 'more precise' test for 44 cancers and heart conditions


AI could predict how much time people have left to live by analysing body scans