Looking for Weight Loss? Go Nuts

Folks dieting to drop pounds should consider eating a fistful of nuts here and there, a new review suggests. People who ate 1.5 to 3…

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Cyberbullying Common in the World of Online Gaming

Cyberbullying and sexual harassment are rampant in the world of professional video gaming and online gaming, a new study reports. Nearly 96% of 145 video…

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Leg Workouts Around Retirement Could Keep You Mobile With Age

Folks nearing retirement shouldn’t skip leg days at the gym, a new study advises. One year of heavy strength training preserves vital leg strength up…

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Depression Around Pregnancy Could Take Toll on Women’s Hearts

Depression during or after a pregnancy could be tied to a heightened risk for heart trouble in women decades later, new research warns. This so-called…

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Using Diabetes Drug Metformin Around Pregnancy Won’t Raise Birth Defect Risk

Two new studies offer reassurance that using the diabetes drug metformin before and during pregnancy is not linked to birth defects. The latest findings, which…

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Is Mom’s Fish Intake During Pregnancy Linked to Juvenile Arthritis?

Eating fish while pregnant doesn’t appear to increase a child’s later risk of juvenile arthritis, particularly if the fish is oily like salmon, trout or…

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Trouble Getting Your Kids to Sleep? You’re Not Alone, Poll Finds

Nearly 1 in 4 parents struggle to get their child to sleep, a new poll reports. Some of this is related to poor sleep hygiene,…

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Getting Your Exercise in Nature May Bring Added Benefits

Exercising in natural surroundings — a jog through a park, a bicycle ride along a trail — could be more beneficial than working out indoors,…

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Rate of Chronic High Blood Pressure in Pregnancy Doubled in U.S. Since 2008

The number of pregnant women with chronic high blood pressure doubled during the past decade and a half, but treatment remains low among them, a…

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Loaded, Unlocked Guns Common in American Homes, Study Finds

In half of American homes containing a loaded gun, that gun is kept unsecured and ready for potential use, often with children in the home,…

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Poll Finds Many Young Workers Feeling Stressed, Isolated

Many younger workers feel stressed, isolated and unappreciated at their jobs, a new survey has found. The 2022 Work in America survey, conducted by the…

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Supreme Court Rejects Case That Would Have Curbed Access to Abortion Drug

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday threw out a case that aimed to curb access to the controversial abortion drug mifepristone, saying the plaintiffs who…

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