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A new study reveals the power of fennel in treating menopause symptoms.
A new study suggests fennel can combat menopause symptoms.
A new study looks at mice - and how THC may be able to reverse signs of brain aging.
THC may be able to reverse the signs of brain aging, a new study finds.
Women taking baby aspirin over eight years reduced their risk of breast cancer by 16 percent.
Study links aspirin with lower risk of breast cancer
New research shows how smoking impedes healthy lung function.
A new app uses sound waves to improve mood - a step forward for telehealth.
A new app uses sound waves to improve mood.
A new study revealed that some medication can increase the likelihood of dementia in older patients.
Medication may increase the likelihood of dementia in older patients.
Stiff joints may be a part of getting older - but when is it a sign of arthritis?
Stiff joints may be part of getting older - but when does it become arthritis?
Wearable technology can help seniors and their caregivers monitor blood pressure and set reminders for medication.
How can wearables help seniors?
Cat lover or dog lover? No matter the preference, seniors will see benefits of having a pet.
Insomnia can affect many aspects of life - but it can worsen the symptoms of depression?
It was harder for patients to stay positive when coping with insomnia.
Metabolic syndrome may be the new disease to keep an eye on, according to researchers.
New 'silent killer' affecting adults
A new study found that this one factor could increase the likelihood of cardiovascular disease.
Individuals who have previously had a high BMI are more likely to have cardiovascular health concerns.
A new study found that increased T cells can fight nerve damage.
A new study found that increased T cells can fight MS.
That can of diet cola could cause your brain to slow down.
Diet soda may lead to slower mental function.
Older women who experienced hot flashes during menopause may be more likely to have heart disease.
Hot flashes may lead to heart trouble
The number of arthritis patients is increasing, the CDC noted.
Arthritis is on the rise
A new study finds that the surrounding environment can increase or reduce stress levels.
A new study finds that the environment can increase or decrease stress.
Difficulty catching one's breath could indicate lung or heart troubles.
Having difficulty breathing may signify larger health problems.
Tea leaves fight free radicals, ultimately slowing mental decline.
Tea may slow cognitive decline
Seniors may experience a spike in blood pressure at the doctor's office - which could lead to additional health problems.
"White coat" hypertension is a real problem - and it has side effects for seniors.
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