How to Protect Against Heart Disease

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HealthDay News : 04-Feb-2018

Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States, but there are a number of things you can do to protect yourself, a cardiologist says.

"Heart disease kills hundreds of thousands of Americans each year, but many of these conditions are preventable," said researcher Dr. David Slotwiner, chief

Last Updated on Monday, 05 February 2018 11:47

Health Tip: Manage Non-24 Sleep Wake Disorder

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HealthDay News : 02-Feb-2018

Many people, the far majority of them blind, have non-24 Sleep Wake Disorder (Non-24), which affects the circadian rhythm.

This means their bodies don't properly prepare for sleep while it's dark outside and for wakefulness while it's light out.

As a result, many people with the disorder cite ongoing fatigue. The

Last Updated on Sunday, 04 February 2018 11:55

Health Tip: Chewing Gum May Help Protect Teeth

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HealthDay News : 01-Feb-2018

Chewing gum has been around since ancient times. Originally made from natural products, today's gums are combinations of synthetic materials.

Some chewing gums may help protect your teeth, the American Dental Association says. The organization says it grants its Seal of Acceptance to companies that provide scientific proof that their products

Last Updated on Sunday, 04 February 2018 11:52

Set New Milestones for Exercise Motivation

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HealthDay News : 01-Feb-2018

A goal like having a flat stomach may give you the initial impetus to start exercising, but may not be enough to keep you on track.

For that you need "intrinsic motivation" -- being motivated from within by enjoying fitness and valuing it.

Below are key steps to building that drive

Last Updated on Monday, 05 February 2018 11:48

MS Patients May Gain From Balance-Focused Workouts

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HealthDay News : 31-Jan-2018

Problems with balance are a common hallmark of multiple sclerosis, but new research suggests a specially designed exercise program can help put patients on firmer ground.

People with MS who enrolled in the 14-week program showed "greater improvements in balance, dizziness and fatigue," compared to MS patients who hadn't done the

Last Updated on Saturday, 03 February 2018 13:31

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