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New Findings On Women’s Heart Health

The Journal Of The American Medical Association issued new findings about women's heart health.
Women, especially younger women, are more likely than men to show up at the hospital with no chest pain or discomfort after having a heart attack -- and they are also more likely to die than men of the same age, according to a U

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Tight Clothes Affect Your Health

Tight jeans.  High heels.  Flared tops.  The clothes you wear affect your health in ways you may not realize.
Apparel and accessories that are too tight, too loose, too heavy, too high or too floppy can all create health issues

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A Little Cake for Breakfast Won’t Kill Ya – In Fact, It May Help You Lose Weight

Are you hankering for a big sloppy slice of chocolate cake, but it’s not even noon? Go ahead and indulge.

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Men Change Their Speech Patterns Around Fertile Women

Even the most debonair men will likely tell you they’ve been tongue-tied around women at some point in their lives. Now a new study suggests that when young men interact with a woman who’s ovulating, they actually alter their speech patterns.

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Study: The Heart Can Make "Bad Fat" Burn Calories

A team of researchers at the Sanford Burnham Medical Research Institute in Orlando found that hormones produced by the heart can cause regular fat calls from mice and humans to taken on characteristics of brown fat cells.

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Study: Sugar is just as Harmful as Tobacco and Alcohol

Consuming excessive amounts of sugar is as harmful as tobacco or alcohol, according to a recent study conducted by the University of California, San Francisco.

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Fried Foods Don’t Increase Your Risk Of Heart Disease

Contrary to widely-held beliefs, eating fried foods doesn't increase your risk of heart disease.  The type of oil and the country you live in does.
There is good news out there for all of us french fry eaters: researchers have found no connection between eating fried foods and suffering from heart disease

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Study: Men at Higher Risk for Mild Memory Loss Than Women

Men may be at greater risk of developing mild cognitive impairment than women, according to a new study published in the journal Neurology.

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Your Smartphone May Someday Diagnose Diseases

Soon you’ll likely turn to your smart phone for medical tests instead of the hospital. Scientist in Korea are in the process of developing an app to do medical tests.

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Drug Manufacturers Must Disclose Payola

It's become so much of a standard that it's just assumed:  your doctor is at the receiving end of "leverage" from drug manufacturers to prescribe their medications.  And whether they receive pens and Sticky Notes with the pill's brand name on them or they receive a cash payment, the end result is that someone from the drug manufacturer has "marketed" those medications to your doctor so that they would be "aware" of the drug and be able to prescribe it to you

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Does Marriage Make Men Healthier?

“It makes even less sense when you realize that being single is bad for your health.”

My friend Kim made this statement during a heated group discussion about men and marriage a few weeks ago.

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10 Tried-and-True Ways to Lose Weight

If you're like most people, you've probably made a New Years resolution to lose weight. Unfortunately, most people – 80 percent – tap out before they really get started. To help you maintain your goal through 2012 and for years to come, we've compiled a list of tips the experts want you to know to get on the right track to weight loss.

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