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Adults who pursue artistic, crafts, and social activities may stay mentally sharp longer, a new study suggests.
A healthy diet, physical activity and brain exercises can help slow mental decline in people at risk for dementia, a new study suggests.
For people who are obese and sedentary, any exercise can help trim belly fat, but it may take a bit more effort to get other health benefits, a new study suggests.
Most people eat much more sodium (salt) than they need. This can lead to health problems like high blood pressure.
While we know that eating whole foods and exercising regularly can improve health, did you ever stop to think that practicing gratitude can also lead to better health?
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling said that it was his use of smokeless tobacco for 30 years that caused oral cancer that required both radiation and chemotherapy
Study finds peaches canned in their natural juice pack as much nutrition as fresh!
Read about 15 great ideas for affordable, healthy indulgences that will recharge your energy and spirit!
Shrimp passed canned tuna on the National Fisheries Institute list of most-consumed seafood in 2001, and today Americans consume 4.2 pounds of shrimp per capita. But is Shrimp for you?
Cutting back on salt? Your food can still be tasty.

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