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By Randy DotingaHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Liberals are in luck when it comes to longevity, new research contends. Compared to people with conservative and moderate political ideologies,...
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2015/01/28 22:19
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Patient advocates say some insurers are gaming the White House's health-care law to discriminate against people with HIV and others with complex conditions. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta) One of the...
2015/01/28 20:16
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History has shown us time and again that the point of chaos arrives in society when people have nothing to eat or feed their families. While this may conjure images of the desperate conflict that...
2015/01/28 18:04
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... minutes 13 seconds ago by HealthdaySoda habit may prompt early puberty in girls Girls who consume a lot of sugary drinks may enter puberty earlier than girls who don't, Harvard researchers...
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I know your story. You are never in your office — the place where you've spent thousands to create an ergonomic workstation utopia. Instead, you are running between conference rooms and colleagues'...
2015/01/28 12:08
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A new study shows that more than half the people in some developing countries could become newly at risk for malnutrition if crop-pollinating animals -- like bees -- continue to decline. Despite...
2015/01/21 19:52
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A “New Year’s resolution is a promise that many of us make on New Year’s Day as a means of self-improvement or to do something nice for other people. Historians trace the tradition of making New...
2015/01/21 17:18
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Your unconscious mind may believe very strongly that obesogenic behaviors serve an essential purpose - that they are important “tools” for helping you to function in some way. And if a part of you...
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Last updated: Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 9:05 AM Manufacturing Jobs Obama made the inflated claim that “more than half of manufacturing executives have said they’re actively looking to bring jobs...
2015/01/19 22:19
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... Jo Mount/The Washington Post) The headlines about coffee’s impact on your health seem to change as quickly as the time it takes to drink a cup. Should you savor every drop or try to cut down?...
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Tuesday, January 20, 2015  Newsfeeds Contact UsAbout UsPrint AdvertisingOnline AdvertisingArchive Site SearchDriven to drinkTuesday, January 20, 2015ADVERTISEMENTIt's true: working too...
2015/01/19 14:47
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When asked about how people can stay healthy in the winter months, Dr. John Young has an unexpected answer: vitamin D supplements. Young, medical director at Young Foundational Health Center in...
2015/01/17 16:37
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January is National Mentoring Month, a campaign held each year to promote youth mentoring. It began in 2002 and is spearheaded by the Harvard School of Public Health, MENTOR, and the Corporation for...
2015/01/16 19:43
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Jan. 16, 2015 -- Researchers say they can now show how vitamin D has the power to protect some people from getting colorectal cancer, otherwise known as bowel cancer. "People with high levels of...
2015/01/16 14:03
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Tea is the most popular beverage in the world after water, and one of the oldest medicinal brews. For the past 5,000 years, tea was believed to purify the body and preserve the mind. A large body of...
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Photo: Adam Reynolds/Corbis The taxes in question are alcohol taxes. They are a surprisingly powerful tool to stem alcohol abuse and binge drinking. And they have tremendous knock-on effects on crime...
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New research from the U.K. suggests that employees who work more than 48 hours per week are more likely to engage in risky alcohol consumption than those who work standard weeks. Risky alcohol...
2015/01/15 08:58
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Arguably, the single most important investment we can make for the future of our children, local communities, and broader society is in nurturing healthy families. Many will suggest the future lies...
2015/01/15 07:44
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Going to the hospital might actually make you sicker. One in four people have dangerously high rates of in-hospital infections and injuries, according to a federal analysis of patient care. The...
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Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter Virtanen believes that workers who drink to excess may be trying to cope with a variety of work-related ills. "I think the symptoms people try to alleviate with...
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