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2015/03/27 14:28
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... know soda's not exactly good for you—but at the same time, it can be hard to resist. Its sweet taste, pleasant fizz, and energizing jolt often seems like just what you need to wash down your...
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2015/03/24 12:08
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Patients with carpal tunnel syndrome are more than twice as likely to have migraine headaches, reports a study in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery--Global Open®, the official open-access medical...
2015/03/23 15:37
2015/03/23 15:37
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Insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome are at the heart of both type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Dr. SM Grundy, MD, PhD, at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, believes...
2015/03/22 09:57
2015/03/22 09:57
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As Dr. Laura James held her left palm up off of her desk, the silver thread in her blue multishade sweater glinted under the fluorescent lights. She then swiftly raised her right hand, palm down high...
2015/03/17 12:27
2015/03/17 12:27
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A simple vision test using a stopwatch and a few flashcards may help parents and coaches screen young athletes for concussions, a small study suggests. "In the youth leagues in particular, when there...
2015/03/16 17:39
2015/03/16 17:39
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Eating nuts reduces metabolic syndrome risk in teens A new study has indicated that modest consumption of nuts every day is associated with an improved cardiovascular risk profile among...
2015/03/14 19:52
2015/03/14 19:52
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Randy Dotinga HealthDay Reporter Physical activity has been linked to a number of improved outcomes, such as lower levels of body fat, reduced heart disease risk factors, better memory and thinking,...
2015/03/14 17:02
2015/03/14 17:02
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It’s not obesity per se that affects cardiovascular risk, it’s ‘Where that excess body fat is stored, according to the results of a novel adipose tissue-imagine study. Excess visceral adipose tissue...
2015/03/13 20:56
2015/03/13 20:56
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... Health) - A simple vision test using a stopwatch and a few flashcards may help parents and coaches screen young athletes for concussions, a small study suggests. "In the youth leagues in...
2015/03/06 21:43
2015/03/06 21:43
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March 6, 2015 -- Whether you’re young or old, it's a good idea to cut back on fat and added sugars and eat more nuts. That's according to three new studies, which say those habits may help you stay...
2015/03/06 14:42
2015/03/06 14:42
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Adolescents who ate at least 12.9 grams (g) per day of nuts -- the equivalent of eating a small handful three times per week -- had less than half the odds of non-eaters for developing metabolic...
2015/03/05 14:45
2015/03/05 14:45
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By Amanda MacMillan You know soda's not exactly good for you -- but at the same time, it can be hard to resist. Its sweet taste, pleasant fizz and energizing jolt often seems like just what you need...
2015/03/03 21:56
2015/03/03 21:56
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Airika Wallace Gigas, director of sales for Memphis-based LEO Events, has been honored with the Association of Destination Management Executives International’s Rising Star Award, given annually to...
2015/03/02 08:57
2015/03/02 08:57
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Seeking better, stronger bodies, some exercisers squeeze themselves into compression clothes. These snug-fitting socks, shorts, tights or shirts, which squeeze muscles as tightly as sausage casings,...
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