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on Fri Jul 24 12:53 PM

Quitting smoking may ease hot flashes | Reuters

REUTERS

(Reuters Health) - - Ex-smokers may have fewer and less severe hot flashes during menopause than women who continue to smoke, a small study suggests.
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on Fri Jul 24 11:50 AM

5 Ways to Take Control of Your Health This Summer | Dr. David Samadi

HUFFINGTON POST

When men are young, they act as if they'll live forever. The modern saying "you only live once," which usually precedes some not so prudent, albeit moronic behavior, perfectly illustrates this feeling of immortality. As men age, this disregard...
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on Fri Jul 24 10:57 AM

Americans Are Finally Eating Less

THE NEW YORK TIMES

After rising for decades, calorie consumption has declined in recent years as public attitudes have shifted.
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on Thu Jul 23 1:16 PM

The Outrageous Hype Behind Butter Is Back | Joel Kahn, M.D.

HUFFINGTON POST

If you follow nutrition headlines, you undoubtedly saw the announcement last year that butter was back both in the New York Times and on the cover of Time magazine in June 2014. Although these media articles were quickly analyzed and addressed by...
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on Thu Jul 23 12:25 PM

The Impact of Shaking Up the Status Quo | Nancy M. Cappello, Ph.D.

HUFFINGTON POST

Since the shock of my advanced-stage breast cancer diagnosis in 2004, I have relentlessly focused on empowering women with information about the strongest predictor of mammography missing cancer: dense breast tissue. After reviewing the literature...
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on Thu Jul 23 12:25 PM

The Impact of Shaking Up the Status Quo | Nancy M. Cappello, Ph.D.

HUFFINGTON POST

Since the shock of my advanced-stage breast cancer diagnosis in 2004, I have relentlessly focused on empowering women with information about the strongest predictor of mammography missing cancer: dense breast tissue. After reviewing the literature...
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on Wed Jul 22 2:47 PM

First assessment for grieving youth developed -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

The first test ever constructed to assess Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder—a problematic syndrome of grief—has been released by researchers. Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder (PCBD) has been included as a proposed diagnosis for...
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on Wed Jul 22 11:55 AM

Menopause associated with more fat around heart, raising risk for heart disease -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Late- and post-menopausal women have significantly greater volumes of fat around their hearts -- a risk factor for heart disease -- than their pre-menopausal counterparts, a study has shown for the first time.
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on Tue Jul 14 3:09 PM

Weight-lifting and jumping exercises improved bone density, could decrease osteoporosis risk -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Researchers have found that certain types of weight-lifting and jumping exercises, when completed for at least six months, improve bone density in active, healthy, middle-aged men with low bone mass. These exercises may help prevent osteoporosis...
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on Tue Jun 9 12:19 PM

Keep calm and carry on, for the sake of your long-term health -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Reacting positively to stressful situations may play a key role in long-term health, according to researchers. Adults who fail to maintain positive moods such as cheerfulness or calm when faced with the minor stressors of everyday life appear to...
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