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Feeling anxious or nervous can at times lead to symptoms like a racing heartbeat, clenched muscles, upset stomach, and trouble sleeping. If you feel this way all too often, you could have an anxiety disorder. A recent review found women are more likely to struggle with this health problem.
Researchers found that using estrogen after menopause did not improve memory. It did not matter when women took the estrogen or for how long.
A healthy diet is a cornerstone of good health. And research has found another reason why: An important mineral may help keep blood pressure at normal levels.
Health experts have long been urging patients to take antibiotics only as directed. But many people don’t seem to have gotten the message.
Farmers have been selectively breeding plants for thousands of years. They have done so to make them tastier, bigger, or hardier. Technology has moved part of this process out of the farmer’s field and into the scientist’s lab. Now plants like corn and soybeans can be changed by changing certain genes.
Parkinson disease may be on the rise among men in the U.S., according to a recent study.
When you are doing a skin check this summer for skin cancer, don’t forget the soles of your feet.
New research shows that the risk for fever-related seizures after certain vaccines is quite small.
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.
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.
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