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Is Inactivity A Pandemic? The World Health Organization Says Yes

11 Sep, 2018

Sedentary lifestyles are becoming more and more commonplace across the globe, leading the World Health Organization (WHO) to label the problem an official “pandemic” crisis.

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3 Effective Strategies For Dealing With Headaches

10 Aug, 2018

Whether you only get one or two a year, or you’re massaging your temples weekly — headaches are a huge pain. Here’s how to keep them in check.

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Protect Your Eyes With Sunglasses This Summer

25 Jul, 2018

News flash: sunglasses don’t just make you look cool and keep you from having to squint. The right pair can actively protect your eyes against serious conditions.

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What Position Should You Sleep In?

03 Jul, 2018

Yes, the position you sleep in every night can have a real impact on your health. Find out which positions to snooze in, and which to avoid.

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Is Video Game Addiction Disorder Real?

27 Jun, 2018

The World Health Organization has officially recognized video gaming addiction as a classifiable disorder. However, not everyone agrees with their findings.

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Yes, Food Addiction Is Real

13 Jun, 2018

Staying away from that extra slice of pie or helping of french fries might be a little more complicated than just exercising willpower. Yes, food addiction is real – but you can fight back.

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Married Couples Share Diabetes Risk

22 May, 2018

A fascinating new study may have found a connection between spouses’ BMI and their shared risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Find out what this means for your relationship, and how you can stay healthy together.

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Warren Buffett Calls Health Care A “Tapeworm” On U.S. Economy

26 Mar, 2018

Warren Buffett is one of the richest people in the world, and he recently aimed his economic knowledge at one target in particular: the U.S. healthcare system, which he likened to a tapeworm.

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What Are “Smart Pills?”

14 Mar, 2018

Many pundits believe that so-called “smart pills” will be a major treatment option in the near future, even potentially replacing some traditional diagnostic methods. So, what are “smart pills,” anyway?

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Is Loneliness A Public Health Crisis?

23 Jan, 2018

Various studies have shown that feeling lonely — and living alone — can raise your risk of a premature death. Now, the UK is leading the world in an effort to reduce its citizens’ loneliness.

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