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{PostingDate} - Parkinson disease may be on the rise among men in the U.S., according to a recent study.
{PostingDate} - When you are doing a skin check this summer for skin cancer, don’t forget the soles of your feet.
{PostingDate} - New research shows that the risk for fever-related seizures after certain vaccines is quite small.
{PostingDate} - As you age, you gradually lose muscle mass. The result: Your muscles weaken. By keeping them strong, though, you can slow down this natural part of aging. A recent study suggests you may even add years to your life.
{PostingDate} - Here’s a possible eye-opener: Carrots aren’t the only sight-saving veggies. In fact, many foods can give you the nutrients you need to keep your eyes healthy.
{PostingDate} - Since 1980, the Dietary Guidelines have helped millions of Americans eat healthier. Updated every 5 years, the guidelines are packed with nutritional advice based on sound scientific data.
{PostingDate} - For every hour of TV you watch, you may well be shaving years off your life. So suggests a recent study that linked too much television to some of the most common causes of death.
{PostingDate} - Not smoking. Staying active. Keeping a healthy weight. Eating a well-balanced diet. All these things can prevent certain cancers and make a cancer survivor feel better. For instance, exercise cuts the fatigue that often follows cancer treatment.
{PostingDate} - Eating for two doesn’t mean you need to eat twice as much. When you are pregnant, you should keep an eye on your weight. But many women are gaining too many pounds during pregnancy, says a recent government report. That can lead to many health woes for mom and baby.
{PostingDate} - If you have a UTI, it's important to see your doctor. He or she can best decide if you need to take antibiotics.
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