One Type of Diet Can Add Years to Your Life

Obese people who follow a low-fat weight-loss plan could tack extra years onto their life, a new review of medical evidence suggests. Such diets appear…

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Preventing Sports Injuries

Simple steps can help keep you from being sidelined by a sports injury. First, make it a rule to bookend every workout with a warm-up…

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Health Tip: Stress Can Impact Sleep

(HealthDay News) — Too much stress may make it difficult to fall asleep or stay that way. The National Sleep Foundation says your body may…

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U.S. May Still Benefit From Climate Accord

Despite the Trump administration’s withdrawal from the Paris Accord on climate change, the United States will benefit from international efforts to slow the global environmental…

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Many Women Miss Out on Lifesaving CPR

America’s hang-ups over sexuality and gender could cost women their lives when their heart suddenly stops, a new study suggests. Simply put, women suffering from…

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Healthier Diet, Less Salt: The Recipe to Beat High Blood Pressure

SUNDAY, Nov. 12, 2017 (HealthDay News) – Cutting back on salt, along with following the highly recommended “DASH” diet, can beat back high blood pressure…

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A Dangerous New Twist on Cyberbullying

As if the idea of teen cyberbullying isn’t harrowing enough, a new study warns of a strange twist in which kids anonymously post hurtful messages…

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The Heart Risks of a Desk Job

Your comfortable recliner and state-of-the-art office chair may be increasing your risk for heart disease. A sedentary lifestyle can raise cholesterol and threaten heart health.…

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Low-Fat Diet, Low-Carb Diet — or ‘Low Both’?

Low-carb diets are often thought of as fad diets that might yield a rapid initial weight loss, but aren’t sustainable or necessarily healthy. But when…

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Health Tip: Prevent Germs at the Doctor’s Office

(HealthDay News) — The last place you should fear getting sick is in a doctor’s waiting room. The American Academy of Pediatrics has updated its…

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Coffee May Be Kind to Your Kidneys

Can caffeine help people with chronic kidney disease live longer? That’s the suggestion of a new study that found that among more than 2,300 Americans…

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