Physical Health

Does Daily Aspirin Keep Cancer Away?

An aspirin or two per day could keep cancer away over the long-term, a recent study suggests.

People who consume two or more aspirin per week have a 20 percent lower risk of gastrointestinal cancers, 25 percent reduction...

Does Daily Aspirin Keep Cancer Away?
Nutrition

Drinking Milk Does the Aging Brain Good

Drinking a tall glass of milk daily could help keep your aging brain youthful, U.S. News & World Report reports.

Older adults who drink milk regularly have higher levels of glutathione — a natural antioxidant linked to...

Drinking Milk Does the Aging Brain Good
Family, Featured, Life Evaluation

Parents: Put the Phone Down at the Playground

Watching your children play at the playground may not be the most exhilarating time in the world, but try to keep your phone in your pocket. Kids are more likely to get injured while you’re playing around with...

Parents: Put the Phone Down at the Playground
Basic Access

Smoggy Air Could Fog Your Brain

Sorry city-dwellers: Even a moderate amount of long-term exposure to fine-particle air pollution could significantly increase your risk of cognitive impairment as you get older, a new study indicates.

A two-microgram-per-cubic-meter increase in fine-particle air pollution ...

Smoggy Air Could Fog Your Brain
Healthy Behaviors

Chipotle Cuts GMO Foods Out

That’s a wrap: Chipotle will no longer use genetically modified ingredients in food at its restaurants, the New York Times reports.

Bowing to a wide consumer anti-GMO (genetically modified organisms) movement, the chain is the first of...

Chipotle Cuts GMO Foods Out
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Drinking Milk Does the Aging Brain Good

Drinking a tall glass of milk daily could help keep your aging brain youthful, U.S. News & World Report reports. Older adults who drink milk ...

Are Dietary Supplements a Massive Fraud?

Four of five dietary supplements sold at major retailers like GNC, Target, Walgreens and Walmart contain none of the herbs claimed on their labels, ...

Mixing Up Some Reasons You Should or Shouldn't Drink

They say that life's too short to drink crappy beer; it's also true that your life may be shorter if you drink too much beer, wine, or liquor. S...
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Does Daily Aspirin Keep Cancer Away?

An aspirin or two per day could keep cancer away over the long-term, a recent study suggests. People who consume two or more aspirin per week have a ...

Breast Cancer Diagnoses May Rise 50 Percent

If there were ever a good reason to schedule regular mammogram screenings, it’s this: Breast-cancer diagnoses are on track to increase as much 50 ...

Just Chipping? Light Smokers Underestimate the Dangers

Contrary to scientific consensus, many “light” smokers believe that smoking a handful of cigarettes can’t do all that much harm, new research ...
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Lest We Forget: Men's Memories Really Are Worse

It may seem like the man in your life isn't paying enough attention to what you say, but it's also possible that he really just didn't remember about ...

Fish Risks for Pregnant Women May Be Outweighed by Benefits

Worries about mercury and birth defects have led doctors to caution pregnant women against eating fish, but the benefits of eating fish may outweigh ...

What's in Your Wallet? More Money, Americans Say

The financial fortunes of Americans seem to be on the rise, with 47 percent of us telling Gallup that our personal finances are in better shape now ...
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Is Your Fitness App Backed by Science?

A review of the top 100 free and fee-based fitness apps available on Apple iTunes and Google Play found that few are based on scientific research, ...

Is Your Fitness App Backed by Science?

A review of the top 100 free and fee-based fitness apps available on Apple iTunes and Google Play found that few are based on scientific research, ...

Experts Throw Cold Water on Your Morning Shower Routine

Do you take a hot shower to perk yourself up in the morning? You're doing it wrong, researchers say. Fox News reports that studies show that warm ...
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Parents: Put the Phone Down at the Playground

Watching your children play at the playground may not be the most exhilarating time in the world, but try to keep your phone in your pocket. Kids are ...

This Report Gives New Meaning to 'Practice Safe Sex'

They say that sex can be a dangerous business, and a recent study shows that certain positions are more likely to leave a guy 50 shades of black and ...

Here's Some Good News About Youth Cholesetrol Levels

Youth cholesterol levels, while still high, have declined since 1999, Reuters reports. Researchers say 20 percent of U.S. kids ages 8 to 17 had ...

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