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How to keep from starving at weddings

To hear the bride tell it, all the guests should have left stuffed.

Yale students study how dogs think

Ever wonder what's going through your dog's mind? Yale University has opened up a canine cognition center to study how dogs think.

New drugs promise relief to migraine sufferers

There is exciting news for the estimated 12 percent of Americans who suffer from migraines.

'Glamping' becoming hot new way to vacation

  Event-goers this summer will trade muck for luxe, as glamorous camping eclipses primitive overnight options at music festivals and motorcycle rallies across the nation.

How guests can save on attending weddings

Wedding season is upon us, and if you've got a few invitations on your calendar this summer, expect to spend more to celebrate the bride and groom's big day.

New fitness trend: Brain Training

 Whether you're a baseball player looking to improve your eyesight or a baby boomer hoping to prevent dementia, science wants you for a few brain training experiments.

How to prevent the spread of disease from pets to people

We love them like family. Yet, although it's rare, pets can pass certain diseases on to people, especially to those who have weakened immune systems.

No more pills: Just give it to me in a microchip

Did you take your meds today? At the right time? All of them? Following your doctor's orders can be cumbersome, especially if you're supposed to take more than one pill a day.

Easy fitness: No willpower required!

Living a healthy, active lifestyle today is hard. It requires planning. Willpower. Perseverance.

15 of nature's most spectacular shows

Fireworks are fantastic and human endeavor has its place, but sometimes Mother Nature outshines any performance we can produce.