6 exercise excuses moms make - solved...

Whether you're a working mom or a stay-at-home mom, have babies or big kids, your life is filled with so many responsibilities that every day feels like you're already running a marathon. Although you know that exercise...
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26 June 2016, 21:09

Should you ice a sprained ankle?...

If you've ever suffered a sprain, you're no doubt familiar with RICE-which stands for rest, ice, compression, and elevation. Back in 1978 Dr. Gabe Mirkin popularized the acronym in his "The Sports Medicine Book,"[i][/i]...
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466
25 June 2016, 21:10

8 tips for grilling safely...

Every year, the arrival of summer marks the unofficial beginning of grilling season. Millions of Americans wipe the dust off of the grill in eager anticipation. And who can blame them? A grill makes almost any type of...
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294
25 June 2016, 21:10

Officials declare health emergency in Connecticut city after string of overdoses...

Officials in a Connecticut city said Thursday they are experiencing a major public health crisis after more than 20 overdoes were reported, including two fatal cases. New Haven health officials told WTNH-TVthat ......
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671
24 June 2016, 21:51

No flu nasal spray next season & # x3a; Why is this vaccine not working?...

People who prefer to get the nasal spray version of the flu vaccine, as opposed to the flu shot, will be out of luck next season: Health officials say the nasal spray should not be used this coming fall and winter. The...
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360
24 June 2016, 21:39

Memory-boosting trick & # x3a; Exercise after learning...

To increase your chances of remembering new information, you may want to exercise 4 hours after learning it, a new study suggests. Researchers found that people who did a high-intensity workout on a spinning bike 4...
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331
24 June 2016, 21:39

Previous exposure to dengue may make Zika worse, scientists find...

LONDON -Scientists studying the Zika outbreak in Brazil say previous exposure to another mosquito-borne virus, dengue, may exacerbate the potency of Zika infection. Early-stage laboratory findings by researchers in...
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581
24 June 2016, 21:26

Overweight young men may face high liver disease risk later in life...

Being overweight at 18 to 20 years old may signal that a man is headed for severe liver disease decades later, according to a large, long-term study from Sweden. Researchers followed more than 44000 men conscripted for...
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311
24 June 2016, 21:26

Obese seniors live more of their golden years with heart disease...

- Seniors who are obese may live just as long as their thinner peers, but they are more likely to develop heart disease and to get it slightly earlier in life, a Dutch study finds. "Obesity is associated with higher...
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559
24 June 2016, 21:03

Doctors use 3-D printed kidney to help save woman's organ...

A team of doctors and scientists used a 3-D printed kidney to help save a patient's organ during a complicated tumor-removal operation. The 3-D model proved vital for doctors at the Intermountain Medical Center in Salt...
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503
24 June 2016, 21:02

LEGO products have more aggressive themes since the 1970's...

LEGO weapon bricks have become more common in toy sets and depictions of violence in product catalogues have increased as well, according to a new study. But the analysis did not assess whether this change had any...
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688
24 June 2016, 17:57

Brexit spells upheaval for EU and UK drug regulation...

LONDON -Britain's vote to leave the European Union spells regulatory uncertainty for drug companies, with the London-based European Medicines Agency (EMA), which approves treatments for all EU countries, expected to...
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448
24 June 2016, 17:57

FDA panel to vote whether diabetes drug cuts cardiac death...

An advisory panel to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will be asked to vote next week on whether a diabetes drug made by Eli Lilly & Co and Boehringer Ingelheim cuts the risk of cardiovascular death, according to...
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541
24 June 2016, 17:37

Connecticut city warns of'tainted'heroin amid overdose spike...

Officials in New Haven have declared a public health emergency following a string of overdoses linked to a batch of heroin mixed with fentanyl. Officials say more than a dozen overdoses were reported on Thursday. City...
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190
24 June 2016, 17:37

Dr. Manny & # x3a; Report on fatal medical errors highlights need for more transparency...

In early May, a report was publishedin the British Medical Journal (BMJ) declaring that medical errors are the third leading cause of death among Americans. Specifically, a retrospective analysis of four studies...
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608
24 June 2016, 16:31