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{PostingDate} - Having that morning cup of coffee probably won’t trigger heart rhythm problems, a new study says. That goes for tea and chocolate, as well.
{PostingDate} - Testosterone treatment may help some older men regain sexual desire, but it won’t give them more energy. That’s the conclusion of a recent that looked at how well this treatment worked.
{PostingDate} - For years, colonoscopy has been the main test for finding colon cancer. But an annual stool test may work as well—without the unpleasant prep time, new research says.
{PostingDate} - Vegetables and fruits can be a tough sell for youngsters. But two simple changes in your family’s eating habits can help make sure that your children get enough of these healthy foods every day.
{PostingDate} - Eating potatoes before getting pregnant may make it more likely for you to develop gestational diabetes. This form of diabetes occurs during pregnancy.
{PostingDate} - It’s better for your health if you cut back on the amount of salt in your diet. That’s been the advice from health experts for a number of years, but the message apparently hasn’t gotten through, the CDC says.
{PostingDate} - Having a dog at home may lower the risk for asthma in children, researchers say.
{PostingDate} - Add heart failure to the growing list of health problems that may be tied to drinking sweetened beverages.
{PostingDate} - Recent research suggests that unhealthy heart habits may affect your brain, too. This is true no matter what your age.
{PostingDate} - Shopping may seem like a harmless activity. Perhaps the only downfall: your empty wallet. But for some people, shopping can turn into an addiction.
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