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Losing Your Job Can Be a Real Heart Breaker

Losing Your Job Can Be a Real Heart Breaker

By Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter Latest Heart News WEDNESDAY, Oct. 9, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Money may not buy happiness, but a bigger paycheck is good for your heart. And new research suggests the reverse is also true: When income drops, your risk for heart attack, stroke and heart failure goes up. “One could argue that […]

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Could Eating Healthier Be a Natural Antidepressant?

Could Eating Healthier Be a Natural Antidepressant?

By Elizabeth HeubeckHealthDay Reporter Latest Depression News WEDNESDAY, Oct. 9, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Kids have long heard the refrain: Eat your vegetables to grow up big and strong. But a healthy diet may make you happier, too, according to Australian researchers. That was the effect eating healthier had in a small study of young […]

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Pain Relief: When to Use Cold, When to Use Heat

Pain Relief: When to Use Cold, When to Use Heat

By Len CanterHealthDay Reporter Latest Chronic Pain News THURSDAY, Oct. 10, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Sore from a workout? You don’t have to reach for pain relief medicine when ice or heat will help. But when should you go cold and when should you go warm? Ice is the go-to therapy when an injury first […]

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Head, Neck Melanomas Show Alarming Rise in Young Americans

Head, Neck Melanomas Show Alarming Rise in Young Americans

Latest Cancer News WEDNESDAY, Oct. 9, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Cases of deadly melanomas on the head and neck rose more than 51% over two decades among young people in the United States and Canada, a new study reports. Researchers found that the incidence of head and neck melanoma rose nearly 4% a year from […]

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Humans May Possess Ability to Regrow Cartilage

By Amy NortonHealthDay Reporter Latest Arthritis News WEDNESDAY, Oct. 9, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Humans may lack the salamander skill of regrowing a limb, but a new study suggests they do have some capacity to restore cartilage in their joints. The findings run counter to a widely held belief: Because the cartilage cushioning your joints […]

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Standard Memory Tests for Seniors Might Differ by Gender

Standard Memory Tests for Seniors Might Differ by Gender

Latest Alzheimer’s News WEDNESDAY, Oct. 9, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Are some tests designed to measure memory declines missing signs of trouble in women? New research suggests that might be the case. More women than men were diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) when sex-specific scores were used on memory tests, researchers report. They explained […]

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Study links home cooked meals with fewer harmful chemicals

Study links home cooked meals with fewer harmful chemicals

Cooking and eating more meals at home may keep harmful chemicals at bay, suggests new research. A new study explains why eating more homemade meals could be better for people’s health. Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a group of chemicals that humans have created. They are in packaged foods, household products, kitchen appliances, and […]

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Health Tip: Understanding Excessive Sweating

Health Tip: Understanding Excessive Sweating

What Causes You to Sweat? Hidrosis and Hyperhidrosis What makes you sweat (hidrosis)? Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) has many potential causes, including spicy food, smoking, drinking, hot flashes, anger, stress, anxiety, falling in love, and exercise. Learn why we sweat, how the body perspires, tips to control sweating, and more. Read more: What Causes You to […]

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What to know about cervical vertigo

What to know about cervical vertigo

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