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Kids and teens need plenty of sleep but have trouble getting enough.
Researchers may have pinpointed how the tongue's cells detect sour tastes.
Too much exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays can damage human skin. That's why doctors recommend people who will be outdoors for long hours in the summer sun protect their skin.
A compound found in nature kills certain bacteria in a new way.
Thousands of years ago, some people had holes drilled into their teeth.
Most kids with asthma no longer have to limit their activities.
Studying how and why people fall provides insights into movement and balance.
Researchers are zeroing in on what causes certain people to see food as the enemy.
Saliva provides clues about diseases, dental cavities, and who might have been at a crime scene.
Listening to loud music or playing in a rock band without ear protection can lead to hearing loss.
Scientists are preparing for a possible flu epidemic.
People can ease pain by using their minds to reduce activity in a certain brain area.