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Dr. Marc Siegel: Aspirin saves lives but it also cost lives – Here’s what you need to know about the drug | Fox News

Aspirin is a blood thinner that works on platelets, the sticky stuff in your blood that helps you to form blood clots.

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Pictures of Alcohol and the Aging Process

Once you’re old enough to drink alcohol, it can actually age you faster than normal. Here’s how.

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Pictures: Over 50? These Problems Can Sneak Up on You

As you get older, you may need to watch out for a few health problems that can come on slowly. Here are some things from WebMD that you can do to stave them off.

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Pictures About Heart Disease: 12 Clues You Might Have It

Discover some unexpected symptoms that could signal heart trouble. Often, related conditions can raise your risk.

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7 Experts Reveal How to Lose Belly Fat Once and For All

Belly fat seems to be the most common spot people want to target when they lose weight. And it's not just for aesthetics; too much belly fat can be dangerous.

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Pictures: Autoimmune Diseases -- Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Multiple Sclerosis

Find out more about these disorders that happen when your immune system, which is supposed to protect you, mistakenly attacks healthy parts of your body.

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Pictures: 10 Foods That Are Good for Your Eyes

Use this WebMD slideshow to discover an array of foods (beyond carrots) with nutrients that will help your eyes stay healthy now and later.

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10 Contagious Skin Rashes With Pictures

Some skin problems come from touching another person's skin or something they touched. Here's what to watch out for and suggestions for what you can do.

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14 Surprising Facts About Growing Older No One Ever Told You

Think you know what it’ll be like to get older? Check out these surprising facts from WebMD about your golden years.

Pets & Animals | Allergy

Nasal Allergy Attacks Pictures: What Happens During an Attack

See how an allergy attack happens from trigger to finding relief from symptoms. WebMD shows you what causes the sneezing, congestion, and itching of an allergic reaction.

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Mumps and Other Infectious Diseases Know No Borders | ImmigrationReform.com

CNN is reporting that almost 200 people housed in immigration detention facilities across Texas have contracted mumps. Prior to 1968 mumps was common in the United States but a nationwide vaccination program reduced the number

Psychology | Relationships

Mindful Eating 101: 8 signs you're a mindless eater

We all exhibit signs of mindless behaviour such as mindless eating on a regular basis. Here are 8 signs you are a mindless eater, and some tips on how to learn mindful eating.

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Baking Soda and 4 Other Wonder Tonics That Fight Inflammation and Pain

Diet and inflammation are deeply linked. For people with autoimmune diseases, reducing inflammation through food and drink can be a winning strategy. We asked natural medicine experts for their top tonic recipes and ingredients, especially for those deali

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Why You Can’t Think Straight When You’re Sleep Deprived | Psychology Today

It’s difficult to identify a cognitive skill that isn’t affected by sleep, and compromised by sleep deprivation.

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How Your Stomach Could Be Impacting Your Sleep | Psychology Today

We’ve learned a staggering amount about the microbiome and its relationship to sleep in recent years.

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H.I.V. Is Reported Cured in a Second Patient, a Milestone in the Global AIDS Epidemic

Scientists have long tried to duplicate the procedure that led to the first long-term remission 12 years ago. With the so-called London patient, they seem to have succeeded.

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Top 10 Vaccine-Preventable Diseases in Pictures

Get the WebMD list of the top 10 vaccine-preventable diseases, including measles, whooping cough, flu, polio, pneumococcal disease, meningococcal disease, mumps, Hib, tetanus, and hepatitis B.

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Could this bra detect breast cancer?

A teenager in Mexico invents a bra to detect breast cancer. But does it work? And if so, how?

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Atrial Fibrillation ECG Test Pictures: Symptoms, Causes, Tests, and More

See inside a heart during atrial fibrillation. WebMD shows the causes, tests, and treatments for this common heart rhythm problem through illustrations and photos.

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Health benefits of orgasms - Business Insider

Orgasms have some major health benefits. From a decrease in stress to a healthier heart, here's how orgasming is good for you.

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Pictures of the Health Benefits of Peppermint

Peppermint is packed with perks for your health: It can aid digestion, curb your appetite, improve your memory, and more. Find out all the reasons you might try it.

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Devastating investigation reveals impact of deadly statin denier propaganda | Daily Mail Online

Dr Zoë Harcombe (pictured) author of one of the bestselling diet books of 2019, recently blogged: ‘High cholesterol is not even associated with high heart disease, let alone a cause.’

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An Exercise Regime Everyone Can Squeeze In

New research finds that any exercise—no matter how brief—can have a meaningful impact on our overall health if repeated often enough.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Breakfast Increases Carbs Burned During Exercise, Improves Metabolism For Lunch - Study Finds

Researchers in the United Kingdom found that eating breakfast "primes" the body to burn more carbohydrates during exercise and metabolize food more efficiently after working out.

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Intuitive Eating: The Diet That Tells You to Quit Dieting - The Atlantic

“Intuitive eating” encourages people to eat whatever they want. It might be great advice.

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Do Hangover Patches Work? | HowStuffWorks

HowStuffWorks looks at whether hangover patches can really prevent hangovers.

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Nasal Irrigation Pictures: Colds & Allergy Symptom Relief

Clogged sinuses and congestion bothering you? Nasal irrigation can relieve sinus symptoms associated with colds and allergies. Learn how to do nasal irrigation with this visual guide from WebMD.

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Vasectomy Quiz: Effectiveness, Sex Drive, Pain, and More

Where do your sperm go after a vasectomy? Is the procedure easy to reverse? Do you still need a condom? Take this WebMD quiz to see how much you know about the procedure.

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LA County-Wide Outbreak Of Whooping Cough Hits Exclusive Harvard-Westlake Hard – CBS Los Angeles

Harvard-Westlake, which has campuses in Studio City and Beverly Crest, was hit particularly hard, with 30 students coming down with whooping cough since November.

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Active ingredient in Roundup weed killer found in popular beers and wine, researchers say | Fox News

Traces of a weed killer have been found in popular beers and wine, according to a study by U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG).

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Slideshow: Checkups and Tests You Shouldn't Miss

When's the last time you had your cholesterol, blood pressure, or weight checked? Learn which medical tests and screenings you should have and how often you should have them.

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Israel Ranked 10th Healthiest Country in the World

Israeli breakfast at a cafe in Tel Aviv, May 30, 2008. Photo: Or Hiltch/Flickr. JNS.org – Israel has been listed as …

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

Teens and Sleep: The Cost of Sleep Deprivation

Lack of adequate sleep is linked to moodiness, risky behavior and injuries

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Study: Strawberries Improve Colon Health, Reduce IBD Symptoms - Study Finds

Strawberries are more than scrumptious. Researchers have found that eating just a few of them each day may improve gut health and relieve inflammation associated with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

Health & Fitness | Sleep

Sleep: A simple way to improve wellbeing

The Simple And Essential Way To Improve Your Wellbeing And Live A LONG Time

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Self-Induced Disease: Why the #1 Killer of Americans May Surprise You

Most modern illness comes from bad behaviors that that can be hard to change. But with focus and motivation, we can avoid self-inflicted suffering.

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World's 1st Patient With Lab-Grown Bone Implant Competes In Israman Triathlon | Health News

Danny Yaakobson was the first patient to benefit from breakthrough technology developed by Bonus BioGroup to grow bones in a lab from an individual's own fat cells. | NoCamels

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FDA head says federal government may take action if states don't adjust lax vaccine exemption laws

In interviews with Axios and CNN, U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said the federal government could intervene in states' vaccine exemptions. Some states are considering proposals that would eliminate vaccine exemptions for pe

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Push Ups Prevent Heart Disease in Men

As study finds men who can do more than 40 push ups are less likely to develop heart disease.

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Former FDA commissioner says agency erred in allowing drug companies to promote opioids for long-term use - 60 Minutes -

Dr. David Kessler, who was FDA commissioner in the 1990s, tells 60 Minutes, "There are no studies on the safety or efficacy of opioids for long-term use."

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Making Swampy Unclean Water Drinkable

P&G has provided more than 14 billion liters of clean water to people in need around the world. P&G scientists invented the P&G Purifier of Water technology while attempting to clean dirty laundry water.

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Toxic Black Snow in Siberia

A pall of eerie black snow has covered several towns in the Siberian region of Kuzbass, which is home to 2.6 million people and one of the world’s largest coal fields.

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Increased Heart Disease in Young Women

The risk of having a heart attack appears to be rising among young women, according to a new study, and researchers are trying to figure out why.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

How People Who Appear the Happiest Could be the Most Dangerously Depressed

Why are people who are depressed look so happy? The term ‘smiling depression’ – appearing happy to others while internally suffering depressive symptoms – has become increasingly popular.

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

Magnetic Brain Stimulation as Treatment for Depression Disappoints in VA Trial - Alpha-Stim

Magnetic therapy is no more successful at treating depression than a placebo. Alpha-Stim has been proven in over 100 clinical trials to bring relief.

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Anaphylaxis (Anaphylactic Reaction): Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

Anaphylaxis: WebMD explains how to recognize an anaphylactic reaction and how to get help.

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Sleep’s Impact On Inflammation & Immunity Was Shown In Two New Studies

Sleeping is often recommended when you're fighting off an infection or an illness; most of us have spent the day curled up on a couch at some point, under strict bed rest while our immune systems fight off the flu or some other nasty invader. The…

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Can Green Tea Help Prevent Cancer?

Within 40 minutes of green tea consumption, we get a boost in antioxidant power in our bloodstream, and, within 60 minutes, an upregulation of DNA repair.

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Pictures: Reasons You're Always Cold

Do you sometimes feel cold for no reason? Find out more about conditions that can make you feel chilly.

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Flu Shot Effectiveness Numbers Out for Current Season | Medpage Today

CDC also updates totals for deaths, hospitalizations for 'low severity' season

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Visual Guide to Low Blood Pressure

You probably know that high blood pressure is bad for you, but did you know that low blood pressure can cause problems, too? Find out more about what causes it, when it should concern you, and what to do about it.

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Low T Slideshow: Natural Ways to Boost Testosterone

Find out from WebMD what you can do to raise your testosterone levels naturally, including changes to your diet and lifestyle.

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Quiz: What Do You Know about Aging and Sleep?

You know some things will be a little different as you get older. But do you know how aging might change your slumber?

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

Thoughts of Love Buffer Blood Pressure Against Stress

Being in a committed relationship can help us reduce stress, researchers have found, even in situations where our partner is not there with us.

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'Ultra-processed' foods accelerate risk of early death, study says - CNN

The quick and easy foods you love are chipping away at your mortality one nibble at a time, according to new research from France: We face a 14% higher risk of early death with each 10% increase in the amount of ultraprocessed foods we eat.

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Half Of Parents Worry Flu Shot Makes Children Sick, Third Believe It Doesn't Work At All - Study Finds

A recent survey shows that more than a half of parents believe their child can get the flu from the vaccine itself, while a third simply believes the flu shot doesn't work.

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Pictures: When Should You Call 911?

It’s not always easy to tell the difference between a minor bump on the head and a serious head injury. WedMD illustrates certain situations that need medical help right away.

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Bad Breath Slideshow: Surprising Causes

You're brushing and flossing like you should, so why does your breath stink? Here are 10 things that might be the reason.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

High-Intensity Interval Training Provides Same Cell Benefits In Less Time - Study Finds

A team of Australian researchers found that when compared to traditional workout routines, HIIT provides the same benefits on a cellular level -- in less than half the time.

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

Why is it so damn hard to get healthy? - Mind Over Matter [M.O.M.] Healthy Living

Why is it so damn hard to eat healthy? I decided to ask other Mamas the same question.  I got hundreds of responses and remarkably, many of them had the same 8 reasons!  Here’s a chart of my...

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'Shocking' rise in obesity-related cancers among young adults

Rates of obesity-fuelled cancers are now rising in successively younger age groups, a landmark study shows.

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Dr. Manny Alvarez: Late term abortion in New York and Virginia -- An Ob-Gyn's take | Fox News

Politicians advocating for late-term abortion are not thinking about the consequences of their actions. To legislate clinical indications for elective abortion into the third trimester is really political malpractice.

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Typhus Epidemic Worsens in Los Angeles - NBC Southern California

A veteran Los Angeles City Hall official is one of the latest victims of an epidemic of the infectious disease typhus that continues to worsen across LA County. For months, LA County public health officials have...

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Male Hockey Fans More Likely To Suffer Heart Attack After Thrilling Victory - Study Finds

Hockey players put their bodies on the line when they lace up their skates and hit the ice, and as it turns out, so do the fans. A study finds that the thrill of a hard-fought hockey victory boosts the odds of a heart attack in men under 55. 

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Statins can benefit all ages, including those over 75, study finds

A new study reverses current thinking on giving statins to people over 75, finding the cholesterol-lowering drugs benefit people of all ages with minimal risk.

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Surprising Causes of Lung Damage

Carpets, fireworks, and hot tubs are some of the unexpected things that can hurt your lungs. Find out what you can do to prevent problems from these and other culprits.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

11 Ways to Prioritize Alone Time Every Day

Pockets of solitude are essential to your sanity and even your success. But building in solo time can be easier said than done.

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Pictures: 15 High-Protein Breakfasts

A protein-packed morning meal can help you fill up and slim down. Here are a few ideas from WebMD to help start your day the right way.

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The most common questions about measles, answered - CNN

Measles, previously declared eliminated in the United States, is making a comeback. Here is what families need to know about the highly contagious virus.

Advice & Self-Help | Addiction & Recovery

Impairments From Heavy Drinking Continue Long After Alcohol Leaves Bloodstream - Study Finds

Still struggling to get your bearings in the office after a wild Saturday night out or a boozy Sunday brunch? Some of the cognitive effects of heavy drinking on the weekend may linger with you when you return to work, a study finds.

Pets & Animals | Allergy

Allergy Shots (Immunotherapy): Effectiveness, Side-Effects & Risks

Seasonal allergy symptoms can often be prevented by using immunotherapy allergy shots. Learn how allergy shots work and who should consider getting them.

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“Crisis” of Seriously Ill Migrants Slams Border Patrol — TB, Pneumonia, Influenza, Parasites - Judicial Watch

Weeks after mainstream media outlets reported that illegal immigrants don’t bring disease into the United States, the Border Patrol reveals that it is getting slammed daily with dozens of illegal immigrants carrying “serious illnesses.” This include

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Quiz: Myths and Facts About Spreading Germs

Take this WebMD quiz and find out how much you know about spreading germs.

Science & Technology | Biology & Medicine

We may finally know what causes Alzheimer’s – and how to stop it

Evidence is growing that a bacterium involved in gum disease causes Alzheimer's, raising hopes that a vaccine could one day prevent the disease

Health & Fitness | Health Tips

What Happens When You Drink a Gallon of Water a Day?

A self-proclaimed water hater slogs through a monthlong hydration quest.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Millions May Be Exposed To Potentially Harmful Nitrate Levels In Drinking Water - Study Finds

Millions of Americans face exposure to elevated nitrate levels in their drinking water, a study finds, which puts them at greater risk of developing health problems.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Up to a Third Of Knee Replacements Pack Pain and Regret

Knee replacements are marketed as a miracle cure for pain and mobility issues, but the actual results are questionable—and sometimes dangerous.

Food & Drink | Recipes and Food Related

Low Carb? Low Fat? What the Latest Dieting Studies Tell Us

People have very different physiologies and food preferences, dictating a need for different approaches to dieting, say experts.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Is Sunscreen the New Margarine?

Is it possible that we've been wrong about sunscreen all along?

Health & Fitness | Sleep

Study: New Sleep Med May Prevent People From Snoozing Through Emergencies - Study Finds

Popping a sleeping pill to ensure sound shuteye may get you extra rest, but it also might prevent you from waking up in the event of an emergency

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Should You Play Hard To Get With Guys? Playing head games like “hard to get” will just make it hard to get a man. #love #thestruggleisreal

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

Raising Our Vibration in the New Year -- It’s Time for a Reset

The start of a new year is often a time for a personal reset. With the rise in political and economic extremism we are seeing throughout the world, many are feeling it’s also time for a collective reset.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Salt and Blood Pressure - Are They Connected? | RESPeRATE-blog

Does salt cause high blood pressure? Salt is endangering your health and putting you at risk for a host of diseases.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Bowing to Coal Industry, EPA Moves to Weaken Mercury & Air Toxics Standards | NRDC

The agency is trying to undo safeguards that help to save tens of thousands of lives a year.

Health & Fitness | Health News

6 Reasons to Eat Chocolate

While milk chocolate is loaded with sugar, dark chocolate provides the many benefits of cocoa without the unfortunate side-effects of sugar.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Removing Sweets From Grocery Checkout Drops Unhealthy Purchases

Trips to the grocery store can always turn into shopping sprees for foodies, but the biggest threat to your figure may actually come when you check out. New research shows that removing sweets from grocery store checkout lines leads to fewer purchases of

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Researchers Raise $1M For Revolutionary Eye Drops That Could Replace Glasses | Technology News

Ophthalmologists at Shaare Zedek Medical Center and Bar Ilan University are building a biotech company that expects to market the 'nanodrops' by 2020.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

The Key To A Long, Healthy Life Lies Within The Gut, Study Finds - Study Finds

The world of life deep within our bellies may hold the key to many happy, healthy years ahead. Experiments on fruit flies showed increased lifespan after the addition of probiotics and an herbal supplement.

Health & Fitness | Sleep

Study: Women Who Are 'Early Birds' Are Less Likely To Develop Depression - Study Finds

Women who find themselves feeling blue may want to consider changing their bedtimes. A recent study found that middle-aged women who both go to bed and rise earlier are less likely to develop depression than others in the same demographic.

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Study of 14,000 Nonagenarians Says Alcohol, Java Drinkers, Those Overweight In Their 70s Live Longer

“What allows people to live to age 90 and beyond?” Researchers at the University of California Irvine Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders (UCI MIND) have been asking nonagenarians that very question for the last 15 years. And t

Health & Fitness | Sleep

Deep Sleep A Natural 'Fountain Of Youth' In Old Age, Study Says

A new study finds that seniors who don't get enough deep sleep are more likely to suffer from memory loss and life-threatening ailments like heart disease.

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The use of Umbilical Cord Blood Plasma Stem Cell Therapy - Dr. Marc Darrow is a Stem Cell, PRP,Prolotherapy Expert in Lo

At the Darrow Stem Cell Institute, we continue to research and explore new treatment options for our patients. Of obvious and great interest to us is the ever evolving research surrounding stem cell therapy for musculoskeletal disorders. Not only do we mo

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Saliva Test For Early Detection Of Alzheimer's Disease Delivers Promising Results - Study Finds

Catching the development of Alzheimer's disease early on can make a world of difference in helping to treat the devastating condition. Scientists have long sought to find accurate, easier methods of detecting the disease, and now a promising new study sho

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Exercising At Night Won't Make It Harder To Sleep, Study Finds

Worried a little late night fitness will keep your heart racing into the overnight? Contrary to popular and previous scientific belief, a new study finds that hitting the gym and exercising in the evening has no effect on sleep quality or duration.

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5 Simple Steps to Pain Relief with Alpha-Stim - Alpha-Stim

The Alpha-Stim pain protocol involves 5 simple steps. Relief is long lasting and often immediate. Alpha-Stim is a drug free way to treat pain.

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This is your brain on video games

Given the immense power that games have to alter our consciousness, it’s natural to wonder what long-term effects they might have on our brains.

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3 Simple Ways to Make a Bruise Go Away Faster

How to Make a Bruise Go Away Faster. Bruises often appear at the least opportune moments, creating unwanted blemishes on your skin that detract from your overall look. If you need to get rid of a bruise quickly, be it for a photo, special...

Advice & Self-Help | Addiction & Recovery

The Forgotten Addiction | Psychology Today

As a tidal wave of worry about opioid overdose engulfs the nation, what even larger tragedies have been swept out to sea?

Health & Fitness | Marijuana

Can Cannabis Shrink Tumors: Mike Voss Thinks So | HelloMD

Mike started taking high doses of Rick Simpson oil (RSO). To his doctor’s surprise, his tumor shrank—and they no longer needed to operate to get it out.

Health & Fitness | Marijuana

Beyond the CB1 & CB2 Cannabis Receptors: TRPV1 & GPR55

If you know cannabis science, you may know about the receptors CB1 and CB2; they’re triggered by cannabinoids like THC and CBD. But receptors like TRPV1 and GPR55 also respond to cannabinoids. They’re influenced by THC and CBD, as well as endocannabin

Health & Fitness | Sleep

if you’re sensitive to alcohol, you’re probably sensitive to sleep deprivation too

By Julia Gottwald. It seems alcohol intoxication and sleep deprivation are more similar than we once thought.

Health & Fitness | Sleep

A Top Sleep Scientist Shares the Nighttime Routine She Swears By

Cheri Mah, MS, MD is one of the most sought after sleep scientists in the sports world, consulting with Olympians and a growing list of professional teams including the Golden State Warriors. Here, Dr. Mah, a Physician Scientist at the University of Calif

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

the optimum exercise intensity, type and duration for boosting mood

By Christian Jarrett. Perhaps the most important lesson from this review is that we need more research into how different types and intensities of exercise affect our mood.

Advice & Self-Help | Health & Fitness

Sleep Deprivation Makes Your Anxiety Peak

According to two new studies, a lack of sleep is associated with both increased anxiety and increased anger, both of which can also lead to further sleep deprivation, creating a cyclical problem.

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What 'Today' Show Host Al Aroker Has Said About His Weight Loss - Al Roker on 'Today'

In his own words, 'Today Show' and Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade host Al Roker talks about his weight loss struggles and triumphs, how his marriage with his wife was affected by his eating habits, and what he feels like today.

News | National News

New Vaccine Could Cut Number Of Alzheimer's Cases In Half

A new Alzheimer's vaccine developed by scientists at the University of Texas Southwestern could conceivably cut the number of dementia cases in half.

Health & Fitness | Health News

ABC News: Dayton officers using technology to treat stress, anxiety, PTSD - Alpha-Stim

Original article by Christina Schaefer for ABC 22 DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) In the 30 years Gregory Moyer has been a police officer, he’s seen a lot, “things that come back to haunt you.” He’s a detective with Forensic Services at the Dayton Poli

Health & Fitness | Health News

Parents Advised Not to Give Decongestants to Young Children

Decongestants used to treat symptoms of the common cold are largely ineffective and should mostly be avoided, a new study says. They can even be dangerous.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Joint Health: How to Tell if Your Supplements Are High Quality

If you’re one of the millions of Americans who experience joint pain, you probably know that the market is awash with supplements for joint health—Amazon alone has over 10,000. But not all brands live up to their promises. Some joint supplements don�

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

7 Whiskey Drinks That Could Help Cure Your Cold | Food & Wine

Here, seven whiskey cocktails to help dilate your blood vessels and put you on the path to recovery. ...

Travel | Israeli Culture

Here’s why, despite it all, Israelis live longer

An average lifespan of 82.5 puts Israel in the top 10 countries for longevity -- ahead of the US, with its 78.7 years

Health & Fitness | Health News

The Most Surprising Barrier To Weight Loss - PsyBlog

People's weight loss efforts can be undermined in this surprising way.

Health & Fitness | Health Tips

8 Ways to Tackle Morning Depression and Successfully Get Out of Bed

Depression can make it hard to get out of bed in the morning, especially when it’s kept you up all night or given you restless sleep. Here’s eight ways to tackle difficult mornings with a little self-care and consideration.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Study: Taking The Scenic Route To Work Every Day Improves Mental Health - Study Finds

Taking the scenic route to work every day may do wonders for your mood at the office. That's because a new study finds that people whose commutes to work take them through wooded areas, parks, or other natural settings are more likely to demonstrate stron

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Eat Leafy Greens To Stop Development Of Macular Degeneration - Study Finds

A new study conducted by Australian researchers finds that eating more leafy greens -- such as lettuce, spinach, or kale -- may help prevent macular degeneration, a condition that causes loss in the center of the field of vision.

Entertainment | Movies & Television

How horses and e-bikes help William Shatner stay fit and creative at 87 - Los Angeles Times

Still active in show business, legendary performer William Shatner discusses a key element in his long, joyful ride: daily fitness activities.

Advice & Self-Help | Couples and Relationship Support

Why Relationships Are the Key to Longevity - Mindful

Fostering and maintaining close friendships can help keep your brain healthier as you age.

Health & Fitness | Essential Oils

8 Best Essential Oils to Heal Broken Bones Faster - Vibrant Blue Essential Oils

Essential oils can help broken bones heal faster. Obviously essential oils will not heal a broken bone by themselves (Always go to the doctor and make sure the bone is properly set and put in a cast or other immobilizing device).  Once the acute injury h

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

6 things that make people live longer, happier lives - Business Insider

Harvard followed 800 people for their entire lives to see what makes people live happier, healthier, and longer. The study was the longest prospective study of physical and mental health in the world, and it found six factors that impact happiness, includ

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Hug It Out: Study Shows Hugs Really Do Make Us Happier, Especially On Hard Days - Study Finds

In a spat with a loved one and can't reach a resolution? Hug it out. A new study finds that hugs shield us from the harmful effects of a soured mood that come from arguments and conflicts with others. 

Health & Fitness | Health Tips

Coffee Reduces Your Appetite, Belly Size, and BMI

Coffee doesn't just make you healthier, live longer and perform at a higher level. It also helps you lose weight. Yay!