Right Now in Health
Cheese never ceases to be amazing: You can set it on fire, store it in a bank or consume it with some complementary maggots. And that's just one of the foods on our list.
Oh, you can't regrow your own limbs like a starfish? You may soon be able to. That's the promise of regenerative medicine, at least, a field that seeks to help you replace and regenerate your own body parts.
A study found that antibiotic prescriptions as we know them are no match for the replicative power of drug-resistant bacteria -- and that combining them can actually make things much worse.
Try your hand at these health puzzles that cover a variety of wellness tips, procedures and ailments. Have fun and learn more with health puzzles.
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Mud from the Dead Sea is proven to have big benefits for your skin. See what the vitamin-packed mud can do for your complexion.
Normal cells act as the body's team players, while cancerous cells go rogue. How does a cell morph from normal to abnormal, and why does it happen?