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30 DEC 13
Anxiety Disorders May Increase Stroke Risk
BY Charlene J. Owen Anxiety disorders shouldn't be left untreated, as these may cause greater health problems in the future.
29 DEC 13
Excessive Gum Chewing May Cause Migraines, Says New Study
BY Charlene J. Owen Researchers suggest an easy solution to get rid of your headaches.
28 DEC 13
Weight Gain during Pregnancy May Lower Risk of Infant Mortality
BY Charlene J. Owen Consult your doctor about your ideal weight on your next appointment.
27 DEC 13
26 DEC 13
Extreme Fear of Gaining Weight Common among Teens
BY Charlene J. Owen Watching your weight to stay healthy is okay, but being obsessed about it may have serious repercussions.
25 DEC 13
Obesity Linked to Early Decline in Kidney Function
BY Charlene J. Owen Eating right and exercising daily may keep your kidneys healthy.
24 DEC 13
Taking Too Many Photographs May Cause You to Miss Out on Life
BY Charlene J. Owen It may be better to live the moment instead of living a memory.
23 DEC 13
Altitude Training Only Works at Certain Heights
BY Charlene J. Owen Researchers found that the optimum altitude for training athletes falls between 2,000 meters and 2,500 meters.
22 DEC 13
Regular Exercise May Help Improve Your Cardiorespiratory Fitness
BY Charlene J. Owen You don't have to be obese or overweight to benefit from regular physical activity.
21 DEC 13
Exercise May Help Lessen Joint Pain in Breast Cancer Patients
BY Charlene J. Owen Regular physical activity like strength training and aerobics may go a long way.
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