When you were a kid, did your mom make chicken soup whenever you got sick? Tap or click to find out whether or not this beloved home remedy is truly a cold-and-flu fighter.
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If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you know what candy, cookies and desserts will do to your diet. But will eating lots of sugar also affect your cholesterol? Tap to reveal the answer.
When you or someone you love develops a stomach ulcer, it’s natural to blame the stress. Is there any truth to that assumption? Tap or click to find out whether a stressful life can lead to ulcers.
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You may have heard that eating black licorice can raise your blood pressure or cause heart rhythm problems. Tap or click to reveal the answer.
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You’re trying to give your baby the right things. Is plain water OK to drink? Tap or click to discover the truth from a dietitian.
Your ability to fall asleep at the drop of a hat makes people with insomnia jealous. But are your sleep habits enviable — or not? A sleep medicine psychologist reveals the truth.
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