Good Lifestyle Choices Add Years to Your Life

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HealthDay News : 13-Oct-2017

Change your lifestyle, change your life span.

That's the claim of a new study that found not smoking, watching your weight and continuing to learn new things could help you live longer.

And genes play a part in the lifestyle choices people make, according to researchers at the University of Edinburgh

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Health Tip: Recognizing Sepsis

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HealthDay News : 13-Oct-2017

Sepsis is the body's deadly response to an infection that lurks in the tissues and organs.

More than 1.5 million people in the United States get sepsis each year, and at least 250,000 die from it, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.

While anyone can develop sepsis, it typically

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Health Tip: Make Exercise a Habit

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HealthDay News : 13-Oct-2017

Too many exercise plans fail because daily life gets in the way. But if you include it in everyday activities, you are more likely to see positive results.

The U.S. National Library of Medicine suggests:

  • Use the stairs instead of the elevator.
  • Walk to a co-worker's desk, rather than sending
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Scientists Spot Genes Behind Skin Color

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HealthDay News : 12-Oct-2017

Humans come in a range of colors, and new research is getting a step closer to how that happens.

Newly identified gene variants tied to skin colors among Africans could offer insights into human evolution. The findings could also boost scientists' understanding of skin cancer and other conditions, researchers say.

"We

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The Body Benefits of Pilates

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HealthDay News : 12-Oct-2017

If you're looking for an exercise that's gentle yet challenging and works your core like no other, consider Pilates.

Created by Joseph Pilates, a German gymnast and bodybuilder who immigrated to the United States in the 1920s, this fitness method uses controlled movements that can help flatten your stomach, strengthen your

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Breast Cancer Screenings Still Best for Early Detection

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HealthDay News : 12-Oct-2017

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women in the United States, and routine screenings remain the most reliable way to detect the disease early, a breast cancer expert says.

"Breast cancer can be treated more successfully if detected in its early phases, while it is small

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