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THC may be able to reverse the signs of brain aging, a new study finds.

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A new study looks at mice - and how THC may be able to reverse signs of brain aging.
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Study links aspirin with lower risk of breast cancer

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Women taking baby aspirin over eight years reduced their risk of breast cancer by 16 percent.
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New research shows how smoking impedes healthy lung function.

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New research shows how smoking impedes healthy lung function.
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A new app uses sound waves to improve mood.

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A new app uses sound waves to improve mood - a step forward for telehealth. 
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Medication may increase the likelihood of dementia in older patients.

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A new study revealed that some medication can increase the likelihood of dementia in older patients.
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Stiff joints may be part of getting older - but when does it become arthritis?

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Stiff joints may be a part of getting older - but when is it a sign of arthritis?
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How can wearables help seniors?

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Wearable technology can help seniors and their caregivers monitor blood pressure and set reminders for medication.
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Cat lover or dog lover? No matter the preference, seniors will see benefits of having a pet.

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Cat lover or dog lover? No matter the preference, seniors will see benefits of having a pet.
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It was harder for patients to stay positive when coping with insomnia.

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Insomnia can affect many aspects of life - but it can worsen the symptoms of depression?
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New 'silent killer' affecting adults

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Metabolic syndrome may be the new disease to keep an eye on, according to researchers.
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Individuals who have previously had a high BMI are more likely to have cardiovascular health concerns.

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A new study found that this one factor could increase the likelihood of cardiovascular disease.
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A new study found that increased T cells can fight MS.

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A new study found that increased T cells can fight nerve damage.
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Diet soda may lead to slower mental function.

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That can of diet cola could cause your brain to slow down.
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Hot flashes may lead to heart trouble

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Older women who experienced hot flashes during menopause may be more likely to have heart disease.
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Arthritis is on the rise

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The number of arthritis patients is increasing, the CDC noted.
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A new study finds that the environment can increase or decrease stress.

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A new study finds that the surrounding environment can increase or reduce stress levels. 
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Having difficulty breathing may signify larger health problems.

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Difficulty catching one's breath could indicate lung or heart troubles.
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Tea may slow cognitive decline

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Tea leaves fight free radicals, ultimately slowing mental decline.
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"White coat" hypertension is a real problem - and it has side effects for seniors.

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Seniors may experience a spike in blood pressure at the doctor's office - which could lead to additional health problems.
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A new study shows a downside to a gluten free diet.

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A new study found that a gluten-free diet can increase the risk of Type 2 diabetes.
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