Keeping Your Bones Strong at Midlife

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As women (and men) in midlife, we all should be concerned about our bone health. Bones are one of those things that you don't really...

Is Your Job Making You Vitamin D Deficient?

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THURSDAY, June 22, 2017 (HealthDay News)—Spending your days cooped up inside an office might mean you're not getting enough vital vitamin D—know as the...

Are There Advantages to Being a Woman Over 50?

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I was asked this question by journalist Jackie Pilossoph, who writes the weekly "Love Essentially" column in the Chicago Tribune Pioneer Press, a suburban paper in...

New Research on Heart Attacks and Sex

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Among other things, sex is a nice aerobic workout. You breathe hard; your heart rate goes up, as does your metabolic rate. You burn calories....

3 Tips for Struggling Alzheimer's Caregivers

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By Lydia Chan Caring for an elderly loved one is no small task to begin with, but when your loved one is plagued with a...

These New Books Will Help You Reinvent Yourself

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It's been many years since I've had kids at home who are starting a new school year, yet come September I always think about new beginnings. The past month my...

What's Your Headache Type?

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Do you know what a headache feels like? You'd be in the minority if you didn't. When it comes to pain, headaches...

U.S. Seniors Getting Healthier, But Racial Disparities Remain

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MONDAY, Sept. 18, 2017 (HealthDay News)—American seniors are getting healthier overall, but the well-educated, rich and white are seeing the greatest gains, a new...

Visit to Greece: Seaworthy Adventures in Santorini

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My first trip to Greece with my sister N and daughter A would soon be ending. Thankfully, we saved our seaworthy adventures in Santorini for the...

Are Scientists Closer to Reversing Alzheimer's?

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WEDNESDAY, Feb. 14, 2018 (HealthDay News)—Brain plaques believed to contribute to Alzheimer's disease melt away in mice when robbed of a key enzyme, researchers...