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Tailoring Exercise to Your Age

Tailoring Exercise to Your Age

By Len CanterHealthDay Reporter Latest Exercise & Fitness News MONDAY, April 29, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Exercise is a great way to stay youthful and even turn back the clock on aging. If you’re new to exercise or simply want a fitness reboot, here are ideas by the decade. In Your 20s: Experiment with different […]

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Meal Swaps That Save 200 Calories

Meal Swaps That Save 200 Calories

By Len CanterHealthDay Reporter Latest Diet & Weight Management News MONDAY, April 29, 2019 (HealthDay News) — You can often lose weight by making small yet strategic calorie cuts at every meal, rather than eliminating entire meals or cutting portions so severely that you never feel satisfied. You probably already know that a cup of […]

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Study Supports Radiation for Early, Hormone-Driven Breast Cancer

Study Supports Radiation for Early, Hormone-Driven Breast Cancer

By Serena GordonHealthDay Reporter Latest Cancer News FRIDAY, April 26, 2019 (HealthDay News) — For women with hormone-driven breast cancer, adding radiation to hormone therapy might keep their cancer from coming back for up to a decade, a new study finds. Breast cancer didn’t come back in the same breast for 97.5% of women who […]

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Just how effective is hypnosis at relieving pain?

Just how effective is hypnosis at relieving pain?

Could hypnosis relieve pain? The largest meta-analysis to date concludes that it could be a viable, safe, cost-effective option. Hypnosis might provide an innovative way to treat pain. Researchers estimate that chronic pain affects more than 1.5 billion individuals globally. Doctors often prescribe opioid medications to treat this type of pain. However, these drugs are […]

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How elderberries can help you fight the flu

How elderberries can help you fight the flu

If you have ever eaten ripe elderberries or made elderberry jam, syrup, or wine, then you will be familiar with their sharp, tart, yet refreshing taste. According to tradition, these dark, purple berries can fortify a person’s immune system. New evidence suggests this is correct — and research explain how. Elderberries really do have antiviral […]

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How might obesity affect the brain?

How might obesity affect the brain?

The link between obesity and the brain is a fascinating topic that scientists have only recently begun to explore. New research adds important pieces to the puzzle. Researchers have used MRI scans to examine the brains of people living with obesity. From the size and functionality of the brain to specific neuronal circuits, recent studies […]

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Dry skin around the mouth: Causes and remedies

Dry skin around the mouth: Causes and remedies

Dry skin around the mouth can result from many issues, including perioral dermatitis, dehydration, allergies, and irritation from the use of certain products. Home remedies can help.Moisturizing with lotions or oils can often help relieve dry skin around the mouth. It is also a good idea to avoid potential irritants, such as steroid creams or […]

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Which meals are low in carbs?

Which meals are low in carbs?

A low-carb meal contains very few carbohydrates and is instead made up mostly of protein and fats. A low-carb diet can help people with diabetes manage their condition or help people lose or maintain weight more effectively. Examples of low-carb foods include: meat and poultry fish nonstarchy vegetables, including leafy greens and cruciferous vegetables, such […]

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What are the benefits of neem?

What are the benefits of neem?

Neem is a natural herb that comes from the neem tree, other names for which include Azadirachta indica and Indian lilac.The extract comes from the seeds of the tree and has many different traditional uses. Neem is known for its pesticidal and insecticidal properties, but people also use it in hair and dental products. In […]