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Those who have considered high-intensity interval training but have been apprehensive about its demands should go for a walk.
Medicines given even before smokers are ready to quit is found to help them.
Sam Smith’s quick — and shrewd — rise to pop best-seller and the big winner at the 57th Grammy awards.
Scott McCloud, a comic book scholar, draws an epic graphic novel of his own.
Research has shown that their death rates are two to three times higher than those of people who have never smoked.
None of the activity trackers has proved able to persuade reluctant exercisers to start and stick with a workout routine.
Odegaard is among the 23 names that Madrid has registered for the next round of the Champions League.
‘American Sniper’ is a celebration of gun culture. And a cautionary tale.
Paula Hawkins’s journey to The Girl on the Train.
‘Gas physics’ might explain the low pressure found in some balls used for the AFC championship game.
There are dozens of rules and customs that govern what an American first lady should wear on foreign trips.
Severely depressed women, however, more often reported complications during delivery.
Study shows those who exercise slowly, but consistently, live longer than those going for high-intensity workouts.
Netanyahu’s address to Congress on Iran will be an insult to the US.
If Draghi and Lagarde show leadership and meet Tsipras halfway, a new deal is possible for Greece and Europe.
Nigeria might have been different if Nigerians could take electricity for granted.
To reach under-served areas, Google is taking the route through the skies.
At the US Customs lab in Georgia, scientists can tell you which country that peanut in the peanut butter came from .
Film on a Hare Krishna devotee, his unusual family.
A patient taking a common HIV treatment, Atripla, would pay about $3,000 more a year in a restrictive plan compared with someone enrolled in a more generous plan.