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14:06 News-Medical.Net Adding to COVID stress, families of health workers fight for denied workers’ comp benefits

James “Mike” Anderson was a hospital employee in suburban Philadelphia with a low-profile though critical job: changing air filters in COVIAdding To COVID Stress, Families Of Health Workers Fight For Denied Workers’ Comp BenefitsCOVID cases in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, had ramped up to as many as 90 per day.

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09:52 News-Medical.Net Study demonstrates public health benefits to reduce tobacco consumption

The introduction of standardized packaging for cigarettes in the UK, combined with stricter taxation measures on cheaper cigarettes, has led to a significant fall in sales for cigarettes, according to a new analysis from researchers at the University of Bath.

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00:45 Healthier School Meal Programs Helped Poorer Kids Beat Obesity: Study

TUESDAY, July 7, 2020 -- Just how healthy has the introduction of healthier new meals at America's schools been for kids? A new study ties the policy move to about a half-million fewer obese U.S. children. The study covered kids aged 10 to 17. It...

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23:07 AHA News: A Healthier Frozen Treat for Hot Summer Days

TUESDAY, June 30, 2020 (American Heart Association News) -- Want to beat the heat with a cold treat this summer? Consider a healthy frozen yogurt pop with peaches. "It's a tasty low-calorie recipe that provides protein, potassium and calcium that is...

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19:32 Yahoo Science Scientists Calculated How Much Longer You Can Live With a Healthy Lifestyle

Researchers worked out not just how much longer people can live when they have healthy habits, but also how healthy — and disease-free — those years might be

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08:26 Mapping the Molecular Health Benefits of Exercise

PNNL proteomics researchers are part of a large consortium tracing the benefits of exercise on an unprecedented scale

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19:57 CNBC technology Users of Oura's smart health tracker ring first discovered its coronavirus detection benefits, CEO says

Oura CEO Harpreet Rai told CNBC on Tuesday that users began noticing that changes in their overall health score could be early predictors for illness.

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19:57 CNBC health care Users of Oura's smart health tracker ring first discovered its coronavirus detection benefits, CEO says

Oura CEO Harpreet Rai told CNBC on Tuesday that users began noticing that changes in their overall health score could be early predictors for illness.

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21:37 ScientificAmerican.Com Fiber 2.0--Fiber's New Science of Health-Boosting Benefits

Fiber is so much more than "roughage!" From your heart, to your bones, to your microbiome, the list of health benefits linked to fiber keeps getting longer as nutrition science learns more... -- Read more on

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10:33 Combination of healthy lifestyle traits may substantially reduce Alzheimer’s

Combining more healthy lifestyle behaviors was associated with a substantially lower risk for Alzheimer’s disease in a study

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09:22 News-Medical.Net Scientists develop molecules that can remodel gut bacteria to a healthier state

Scientists at Scripps Research have developed molecules that can remodel the bacterial population of intestines to a healthier state and they have shown--through experiments in mice--that this reduces cholesterol levels and strongly inhibits the thickened-artery condition known as atherosclerosis.

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21:07 Multi-ethnic study suggests vitamin K may offer protective health benefits in older age

A new, multi-ethnic study found adults aged 54-76 with low circulating vitamin K levels were more likely to die within 13 years compared to those with adequate levels, suggesting vitamin K may offer protective health benefits as we age.

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21:01 Healthier Meals Could Mean Fewer Strokes, Heart Attacks

MONDAY, June 15, 2020 -- Sticking with a healthy diet can lower your risk for stroke and heart attack, a new study suggests. "Although each healthy eating pattern represents a different combination of dietary constituents, our study indicates that...

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17:40 News-Medical.Net Vitamin K may offer protective health benefits as we age, study suggests

A new, multi-ethnic study found older adults with low vitamin K levels were more likely to die within 13 years compared to those whose vitamin K levels were adequate.

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10:37 Risk of ADHD diagnosis lower in children who follow healthy lifestyle recommendations, study shows

The risk of a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can be significantly lowered by following healthy

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06:04 News-Medical.Net Drinking fruit juice in early years associated with healthier dietary patterns later

A new study from Boston University published on-line at BMC Nutrition by Lynn L. Moore and colleagues, found that drinking 100% fruit juice early in life was associated with healthier dietary patterns in later childhood without adversely impacting weight gain.

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17:51 Rain plays a surprising role in making some restored prairies healthier than others

Prairies once covered an enormous area of North America, but today have been reduced to a small fraction of this historical range. Imagine an area the size of Texas, the second largest state, shrinking over the course of decades to an area the size of Massachusetts, the sixth smallest state.

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01:03 AHA News: Calorie Data on Menus Could Generate Significant Health, Economic Benefits

THURSDAY, June 4, 2020 (American Heart Association News) -- Current federal law requiring restaurants to post calories on their menus would help diners make healthier choices and could ultimately lead to fewer cases of heart disease and diabetes,...

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22:06 ScientificAmerican.Com What Are the Health Benefits of Yerba Mate?

The impressive health benefits of drinking yerba mate include increased energy and enhanced weight loss. Should you trade your coffee or tea for this traditional South American beverage? -- Read more on

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05:22 'Kangaroo Care' Has Big Health Benefits For Preemies

MONDAY, May 25, 2020 -- Skin-to-skin contact between parents and babies -- often called "kangaroo care" -- provides major benefits to preemies' hearts and brains, Australian researchers say. They assessed 40 babies born about 10 weeks early with an...

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22:19 AHA News: As COVID-19 Stalls Vacation, Achieve Travel's Health Benefits at Home

THURSDAY, May 21, 2020 (American Heart Association News) -- Since marrying in 2002, Doug Behan and Lise Deguire have gone on safari in Tanzania, watched the sunset over the Santorini caldera in the Greek Islands and walked through the ruins of Machu...

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08:10 News-Medical.Net New strategy promotes healthy lifestyle behaviors in obese, overweight women

When researchers asked prospective study participants who they would like to see in videos promoting healthy lifestyle behaviors, the answer was unequivocal: They wanted to see themselves - that is, other mothers living in low-income households who were overweight or obese.

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00:16 Healthier Heart, Better Brain in Old Age

MONDAY, May 18, 2020 -- Preventing heart disease may protect you from dementia, researchers say. The new study looked at nearly 1,600 people, at an average age of 79.5, who were followed for 21 years. Their heart disease risk was assessed at the...

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19:56 Trial questions benefits of organic nitrates for bone health

A new study found that organic nitrates do not have clinically relevant effects on bone mineral density or bone turnover in postmenopausal women, and the medications caused significant side effects.

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23:56 Medscape.Com Can a Healthy Lifestyle Reduce ADHD Incidence in Children?

Greater adherence to healthy lifestyle recommendations in childhood is associated with a decrease in ADHD diagnoses and related doctor visits in early adolescence.

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18:23 Healthier climate: Fava beans could replace soy

The end of soy as a protein substitute? Researchers have found a way to make protein powder using fava beans -- a far more climate-friendly alternative.

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03:17 Red wine compound could help you live a longer and healthier life

Consuming excess alcohol has always been associated with poor health. However, some scientists suggest that a small glass

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01:37 News-Medical.Net Healthy lifestyle, greater disease-free life expectancy

For years, doctors have been advocating a healthy diet, more regular exercise, stress relief, and weight control. However, no study has examined a combination of all these factors with the number of years that one can live free of major chronic disease. This could help communicate the benefits of a healthy lifestyle more convincingly than the commonly reported relative risk of disease with each of these risk factors.

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17:53 NewScientist.Com How to get the health benefits of nature when you’re stuck inside

Going out into the natural world is good for your health and mind, and you can still get some of the same benefits even when stuck inside, says Graham Lawton

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15:06 Want to live a longer and healthier life? Eat less

Everyone wants to live a long a healthy life. Only in this way you get to experience more

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20:58 AHA News: Is This Nature's Healthier Meat Replacement?

FRIDAY, March 27, 2020 (American Heart Association News) -- Thanks to research suggesting they are better for heart health than animal-based foods, many carnivores are on the hunt for the best plant-based meat replacements they can find. That may...

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17:23 News-Medical.Net Avoid junk food to reap heart health benefits of a plant-based diet, study suggests

Plant-based diets are becoming more popular in many areas of the world, but the health benefits of this dietary pattern may depend largely on the specific foods consumed.

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13:25 FightAging.Org Quantifying the Effects of a Healthy Lifestyle on Later Risk of Age-Related Disease

It is no big secret that maintaining a healthier lifestyle will extend the time spent free from age-related disease and generally improve the experience of later life. In this day and age, and now that the very harmful practice of smoking is waning somewhat, the practice of maintaining better health largely means resisting the siren call of excess calories and consequent excess weight. The presence of visceral fat tissue in excessive amounts accelerates the aging process. Staying slim over the course of life thus pays off down the line. If you instead choose to damage yourself in this way, the inevitable result is an earlier onset of chronic ill health, greater medical expense, and a shorter life expectancy. The longer you lead a healthy lifestyle […]

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23:05 Medscape.Com Can Gardening, Leisure Activities Cultivate a Healthier Brain?

Regularly engaging in leisure-time physical activities may help slow brain atrophy in older adults by 4 years, results of a new brain imaging study suggest.

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02:18 Health Even among young men, healthier diet tied to higher sperm counts

(Reuters Health) - Young men who care about their sperm quality might want to lay off the cheeseburgers and fries, according to a new study that links a typical Western diet with a lower sperm count.

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12:21 NYT Health Omega-3s Show No Overall Benefits for Heart Health or Cancer Prevention

Two analyses found no overall harms or benefits from taking omega-3 fatty acid supplements.

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12:04 NewScientist.Com Why the health benefits of cycling to work outweigh the risk of injury

Cycling to work has been linked to a higher risk of injury among UK commuters, but the health benefits of getting on your bike still vastly outweigh the risks

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04:00 News-Medical.Net Healthy lifestyle for longer keeps disease at bay

Researchers from the Boston University School of Medicine have conclusively found that increased time spent leading a healthy lifestyle during midlife can keep certain diseases at bay and promote good cardiovascular health.

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03:14 News-Medical.Net Healthy lifestyle for longer promotes keeps disease at bay

Researchers from the Boston University School of Medicine have conclusively found that increased time spent leading a healthy lifestyle during midlife can keep certain diseases at bay and promote good cardiovascular health.

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22:48 Living Healthier Can Help Shield You From A-fib: AHA

WEDNESDAY, March 11, 2020 -- From weight loss to physical activity, lifestyle changes are effective, yet underused strategies to manage atrial fibrillation, according to a new scientific statement from the American Heart Association (AHA). Atrial...

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19:26 News-Medical.Net Healthy lifestyle may lower risk of chronic diseases, mortality

The longer you lead a healthy lifestyle during midlife, the less likely you are to develop certain diseases in later life.

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02:29 News-Medical.Net Paid maternity leave associated with mental and physical health benefits for mothers, children

Paid maternity leave has major mental and physical health benefits for mothers and children - including reduced rates of postpartum depression and infant mortality, according to a report in the March/April issue of Harvard Review of Psychiatry.

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01:54 Squat, Don't Sit: Study of African Tribe Shows Why One Position Is Healthier

MONDAY, March 9, 2020 -- You've probably heard the phrase, "Sitting is the new smoking," but what is it about sitting that's so harmful? New research suggests it's because sitting doesn't require much use of your body's muscles. The study compared...

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18:00 COVID-19 coronavirus: Changes I've made to my home office to make it cleaner, healthier, and safer

With the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak threatening to become a pandemic, I've made some changes to my workspace to help make it a little healthier and safer.

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15:05 Coronavirus/COVID-19: Changes I've made to my home office to make it cleaner, healthier and safer

With the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak threatening to become a pandemic, I've made some changes to my workspace to help make it a little healthier and safer.

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23:25 Seniors, Getting Off the Sofa Brings Big Health Benefits

THURSDAY, March 5, 2020 -- Physical activity may help seniors live longer and healthier -- and exercise doesn't have to be intense, two new studies say. "Finding a way to physically move more in an activity that suits your capabilities and is...

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13:37 NYT Health The Benefits of Exercise for Children’s Mental Health

Even light physical activity among adolescents was linked to better mental health as they got older, new research shows.

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03:00 News-Medical.Net Does olive oil lose its health benefits when heated?

There have been many past studies that show consumption of extra rich virgin olive oil (EVOO) in the diet is beneficial for health. Also, previous studies have look at the antioxidant potential of this oil and the potential mechanism by which it can benefit health. There is, however, limited research that looks at the use of olive oil in cooking.

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22:13 Healthy Heart in Your 20s, Healthier Brain Decades Later

THURSDAY, Feb. 27, 2020 -- A healthier heart in early adulthood could mean fewer thinking and memory problems later in life, a new study suggests. "These results indicate that people need to pay close attention to their health even in their early...

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12:40 Digital technology helps people stay healthier, cut costs

For people in Japan, whose life expectancies are among the longest in the world and who enjoy universal

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01:06 Medscape.Com Mediterranean Diet Tied to Gut Diversity and Healthier Aging

A new study finds that eating a Mediterranean-style diet alters the gut microbiome and is linked to less frailty and better cognitive function in the elderly.

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01:56 News-Medical.Net Healthy diet, healthier sperm, greater fertility

A new study published in the journal JAMA Network Open in February 2020 reports that Danish men who followed a healthy diet had the highest total sperm counts, and a better hormonal profile concerning hormonal regulators of fertility, compared to those on a Western or other less healthy types of diet.

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00:49 Health School lunch overhaul led to healthier meals for U.S. kids

(Reuters Health) - An overhaul of school lunch nutrition standards seems to have driven dramatic improvements in the healthiness of meals served to millions of kids nationwide, a U.S. study suggests.

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13:17 Big investment needed to eliminate hepatitis C in Pakistan could deliver huge health benefits

A large investment of at least US$3.9 billion needed to meet the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) target for

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03:35 News-Medical.Net Mediterranean diet promotes healthy aging with healthier gut microbiome

A new study published online in the journal Gut in February 2020 reports the striking health-promoting effects of switching to a Mediterranean diet for just one year. The results were due to an increase in the health and number of gut bacteria that favor a healthy diet.

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18:09 ScientificAmerican.Com 3 Strategies for Eating Healthier--Which One Works Best?

There’s new research on the most effective strategies for changing behavior. Which one is best at helping you eat healthier? -- Read more on

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01:51 News-Medical.Net Early PTSD treatment for children after a disaster provides lasting health benefits

In 1988, a 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck near the northern Armenian city of Spitak. The temblor destroyed cities and is estimated to have killed between 25,000 and 35,000 people, many of whom were schoolchildren.

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01:55 News-Medical.Net A happy and positive partner will make you healthier

A new study says that having a happy and optimistic partner may help you become healthier, preventing cognitive decline.

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10:28 Yahoo Science Intermittent fasting is the best diet for weight loss, but the Mediterranean diet is easier to stick to and healthier overall, study finds

Researchers at the University of Otago studied people on intermittent fasting, paleo, and Mediterranean diets. Some were easier to stick to.

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20:14 A happy partner leads to a healthier future

Research has found that those who are optimistic contribute to the health of their partners, staving off the risk factors leading to Alzheimer's disease, dementia and cognitive decline as they grow old together.

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20:59 Report: How Google hacks its free food to get employees eating healthier

Google is famous for keeping its employees very well-fed with a slew of campus restaurants and snacks. In recent years, Google has been trying to get its employees to eat healthier with a number of clever, subtle food hacks.more…The post Report: How Google hacks its free food to get employees eating healthier appeared first on 9to5Google.

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19:36 Rejuvenate Bio launches to help dogs live longer, healthier lives

The Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University announced today that Rejuvenate Bio has secured an exclusive worldwide license from the Harvard Office of Technology Development to commercialize a gene therapy technology developed at the Wyss Institute and Harvard Medical School (HMS) to prevent and treat several age-related diseases in dogs, extending their overall healthspan. The announcement follows the publication in PNAS of a study led by Harvard researchers detailing the technology's efficacy in mitigating obesity, type II diabetes, heart failure, and renal failure in mice.

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06:26 News-Medical.Net Mixing up your workout routine may provide health benefits

Change is good - even when it comes to exercising. Did you know that altering the intensity of your workout or trying a new activity may benefit your cardiovascular and mental health?

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06:14 News-Medical.Net Research offers simple way for parents looking to make healthier food choices

Giving in to your kid's desire for an unhealthy snack may improve your own eating choices, a new University of Alberta study shows.

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15:32 News-Medical.Net New goals to help all people live healthier for more years of life

Data reported in the just published American Heart Association's Heart & Stroke Statistics - 2020 Update, show heart disease and stroke deaths continue to decline, but that trend has slowed significantly in recent years.

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06:51 News-Medical.Net Just one minute of exercise per week can provide health benefits to older people

Just one minute of exercise per week is enough to provide health benefits to people over the age of 65, according to new research.

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19:06 News-Medical.Net Heatwaves could increase health threats in China

Current health issues in China could be dwarfed by the future impacts of severe and frequent heatwaves caused by climate change, scientists are warning.

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23:23 News-Medical.Net Keto diet produces health benefits in the short term, Yale study finds

A ketogenic diet -- which provides 99% of calories from fat and only 1% from carbohydrates -- produces health benefits in the short term, but negative effects after about a week, Yale researchers found in a study of mice.

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14:11 CNN Health If you want your kid to eat healthier, let them watch certain cooking shows

If you want your kids to make healthier food choices, have them watch more television -- certain cooking shows, anyway.

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03:31 Yahoo Science 5 ways to look and feel healthier in one week, according to a nutritionist — and 5 things you should never do

A dietitian and nutritionist, Andy Bellatti, has five pieces of advice to start feeling like your best self in just one week.

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22:20 News-Medical.Net Policies restricting menthol flavors could increase health equity

Current policies that include restrictions on the sale of menthol flavored tobacco and nicotine products are less likely to reach those that would benefit from them the most, according to new research from the University of Kentucky's College of Medicine published in Health Promotion Practice Jan. 7.

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16:51 NYT Science Rich People Don’t Just Live Longer. They Also Get More Healthy Years.

Wealthy men and women generally have seven to nine more years of “disability-free” life after age 50 than poor people do, according to a new study of English and American adults.

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14:31 FightAging.Org A Healthier Lifestyle at Age 50 Increases Healthspan by Nearly a Decade

Healthier lifestyle choices are called healthier lifestyle choices for a reason: they do improve health over the long term. That translates to a reduced risk of suffering any of the common age-related diseases, and a noteworthy delay in their incidence when they do occur. Per the epidemiological research noted here, the difference between healthy and unhealthy lifestyles amounts to eight to ten more years of life free from the common chronic diseases of aging. Researchers looked at 34 years of data from 73,196 women and 28 years of data from 38,366 men participating in, respectively, the Nurses' Health Study and the Health Professionals Follow-up Study. Healthy diet was defined as a high score on the Alternate Healthy Eating Index; regular exercise as at least 30 […]

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13:14 BBC Health How to make your packed lunch healthier

It's not just about ditching sweets, crisps and fizzy drinks, experts say.

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02:29 News-Medical.Net Health benefits of a 'Dry January'

A new year often means a list of resolutions for change, such as abstaining from drinking alcohol, stopping smoking, or living a healthier lifestyle. For one, “Dry January” has become immensely popular because it motivates people to abstain from drinking alcohol for 30 days, at least.

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16:26 Health Tip: Healthier Ways to Use Social Media

-- Teens spend as many as nine hours each day on social media, says Abington Hospital in Pennsylvania. While social media is a great way to stay connected to friends and get information, it can also take a toll on mental health, the hospital...

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20:43 News-Medical.Net Insect leaf-wounding produces healthier organic fruit

Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientists found benefits of insect leaf-wounding in fruit and vegetable production. Stress responses created in the fruits and vegetables initiated an increase in antioxidant compounds prior to harvest, making them healthier for human consumption.

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12:12 News-Medical.Net Drinking tea thrice a week is linked with longer, healthier life

Drinking tea at least three times a week is linked with a longer and healthier life, according to a study published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).

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04:18 Medscape.Com Healthy Lifestyle Adds Up to a Decade More of Disease-Free Life

Following a healthy lifestyle could increase life expectancy free of cancer, CVD, and diabetes by up to 10 years in people in their middle years, suggests a large US analysis.

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23:49 CNBC technology Accolade, which helps employees navigate health benefits, has hired banks to prepare a 2020 IPO

Accolade provides human experts to employees to help them figure out their health benefits. The startup has hired Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs to help prepare for an initial public offering, sources say.

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23:49 CNBC health care Accolade, which helps employees navigate health benefits, has hired banks to prepare a 2020 IPO

Accolade provides human experts to employees to help them figure out their health benefits. The startup has hired Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs to help prepare for an initial public offering, sources say.

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17:21 Company uses genetic secrets of your DNA to spur healthier eating, longer life

DnaNudge utilizes your DNA to help you take steps to avoid developing health problems that you're geneticallypredisposed to developing. While the technology is complex, actually putting it into use is simple.

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19:19 News-Medical.Net Aspirin’s benefits may extend beyond heart health to colorectal cancer treatment

The benefits of a daily aspirin may extend beyond heart health to colorectal cancer treatment, say City of Hope researchers who have found aspirin appears to reduce tumor growth and inhibit recurrence of the disease.

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19:51 News-Medical.Net Exercise and a healthy lifestyle shown to reduce the risk of dementia

Research suggests that regular exercise not only improves heart health but can also slow down cognitive decline and potentially delay the onset of dementia.

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16:35 Health Tip: Resolutions for a Healthier New Year

-- The new year is an exciting time for fresh starts and new beginnings. As 2020 rolls around, you should recommit to your health and well-being, says Johns Hopkins Medicine. The school mentions these resolutions for a healthier new year: Practice...

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16:15 Health Tip: Advice for a Healthier Divorce

-- About half of marriages end in divorce, says the American Psychological Association. Though the end of a marriage often unleashes a flood of difficult emotions, it is possible to have a healthier breakup. The association provides advice for a...

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10:31 Watermelon supplements bring health benefits to obese mice

Eating watermelon in the form of powdered supplements helped adult obese mice avoid some detrimental health effects of

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02:22 News-Medical.Net Powdered watermelon supplements provide health benefits to obese mice

Eating watermelon in the form of powdered supplements helped adult obese mice avoid some detrimental health effects of an unhealthy diet, according to a new Oregon State University study.

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01:09 Health Air pollution cuts lead quickly to large health benefits

(Reuters Health) - Reducing air pollution at its source can substantially improve health within a few weeks, and the savings from reduced death and disease exceed the costs, according to a review of existing research.

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21:49 Watermelon supplements bring health benefits to obese mice

Eating watermelon in the form of powdered supplements helped adult obese mice avoid some detrimental health effects of an unhealthy diet, according to a new study.

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18:09 Here's how you can be nudged to eat healthier, recycle and make better decisions every day

Every day, you make important choices—about whether to feast on fries or take a brisk walk, whether to spend or save your paycheck, whether to buy the sustainable option or the disposable plastic one.

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01:26 Health Food labels with caloric costs in exercise could lead to healthier choices

(Reuters Health) - Consumers might make healthier choices if food labels showed how many minutes of walking or running was needed to burn off calories, instead of just a calorie number, a new study suggests.

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10:31 Aspirin’s health benefits under scrutiny

Taking a baby aspirin every day to prevent a heart attack or stroke should no longer be recommended to

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05:47 News-Medical.Net Intermittent fasting may provide significant health benefits, study shows

Intermittent fasting may provide significant health benefits, including improved cardiometabolic health, improved blood chemistry and reduced risk for diabetes, new research conducted in part at Texas State University indicates.

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23:30 Have a Purpose, Have a Healthier Life

TUESDAY, Dec. 10, 2019 -- Do you feel like you know why you're here? The answer to that question could determine how you feel day-to-day. If you've found meaning in your life, you're more likely to be both physically and mentally healthy, a new...

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19:55 Play sports for a healthier brain

There have been many headlines in recent years about the potentially negative impacts contact sports can have on athletes' brains. But a new study shows that, in the absence of injury, athletes across a variety of sports -- including football, soccer and hockey -- have healthier brains than non-athletes.

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19:55 Aspirin's health benefits under scrutiny

Taking a baby aspirin every day to prevent a heart attack or stroke should no longer be recommended to patients who haven't already experienced one of these events, new research suggests.

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12:26 CNN Health Athletes have healthier brains that can actually hear better, study says

A new study shows that elite athletes have less 'noisy' brains than the rest of us, a sign of better brain health.

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04:39 Medical News Today: How reducing air pollution benefits health

A new report looks at the effects of interventions that reduce air pollution on several health outcomes across different countries.

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23:15 Dramatic health benefits following air pollution reduction

Reductions in air pollution yielded fast and dramatic impacts on health-outcomes, as well as decreases in all-cause morbidity, according to new findings.

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