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Here are a few news stories we discovered this month that provided plenty of guidelines for maintaining a healthy diet.
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While you may need to work a little harder to maintain good health, you don't need to envy the younger generation. In some regards, you may have the advantage over them when it comes to leading a healthy lifestyle.
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While Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases can be managed, there are currently no existing cures. However, researchers may have found a treatment that can be used for various degenerative illnesses.
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COPD may complicate some of your usual activities, but that doesn't mean they can't be managed.
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Humans are genetically attached to nature, which may be why being outdoors can do the body and mind just as much good as medications when managing health conditions.
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Working out keeps you in shape and offers plenty of benefits outside of weight loss, including better heart health, improved brain functioning and reduced risk of diabetes.
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By eating a variety of foods, you'll start to see countless health benefits.
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New research provides evidence of vitamin C reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease and early death.
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Antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids have long been thought to be good for you. Recently, researchers discovered that they may have a more significant benefit: preventing Alzheimer's disease.
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In a new study, researchers have found that nuts provide people with both healthy snacks and delicious additions to meals.
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Excessive amounts of sweets may bring on countless health conditions. However, there is one that has remained loyal to sugar lovers everywhere: chocolate.
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Stomachaches aren't out of the norm for the average person. However, persistent pain may be a sign of a more serious health condition.
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Here's a little news that we came across this month that made plenty of recommendations for lifting our spirits.
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While quitting smoking can lower your chances of developing smoking-related diseases, it won't eliminate them completely.
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Being surrounded by your friends and family may make you feel good about yourself, but researchers from the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research found that group activities can boost your self-esteem even more.
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When it comes to end-of-life decisions, physicians may unintentionally influence patients' choices.
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When you have depression, you may find it difficult to find the enthusiasm for the activities you once loved. Luckily, there are treatments that may help you feel like yourself again.
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Stress is part of daily life, even if people don't like dealing with it. A new study showed that how someone reacts to stress can affect his or her health.
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Losing weight prior to joint replacement surgery may help lower health care costs and reduce complications.
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Here's a bit of news that caught our attention in May and offered plenty of advice for staying healthy.
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