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If you think hearing loss is just an inevitable part of ageing, think again. More than 48 million Americans over age 12 have trouble hearing in one or both ears, according to a new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine

15 Nov 2011, 03:54
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We all know the symptoms. Your eyelids droop and your vision becomes blurry. Your head feels so heavy that you can’t hold it up and so your chin keeps falling toward your chest. You can’t stop yawning. Diagnosis is clear to most of us: You’re sleepy.

11 Nov 2011, 02:52
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Even moderate drinking increases a woman’s breast cancer risk, according to a study published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association

2 Nov 2011, 08:44
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Losing weight is hard, but keeping the pounds off can be even harder.By some estimates, as many as 80% of overweight people who manage to slim down noticeably after a diet gain some or all of the weight back within one year

27 Oct 2011, 09:27
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Last month, President Obama proposed cutting almost $72 billion from Medicaid, the program that provides health care to America poor. Such deep reductions are necessary, he declared, to bring down our staggering national debt

7 Oct 2011, 11:10
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Move if you have back pain, this is the advice of a researcher at the Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg

30 Sep 2011, 12:56
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A few cups of coffee a day may help keep the blues at bay. According to a large new study, women who drink decaffeinated coffee are less likely to become depressed - and the more they drink, the more their risk of depression goes down

27 Sep 2011, 12:42
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People with depression are more likely to have a stroke than their mentally healthy peers, and their strokes are more likely to be fatal, according to a new analysis published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association

22 Sep 2011, 12:46
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If you don't smoke, aren't overweight, get regular physical activity and eat vegetables, you can significantly reduce your risk for heart failure, according to research reported in Circulation: Heart Failure, an American Heart Association journal

16 Sep 2011, 14:00
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A lack of deep sleep may be one of the reasons why people develop high blood pressure. A study of older men published Monday found that those who got the least amount of deep sleep were 80% more likely to develop high blood pressure

30 Aug 2011, 12:42
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