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What Your Bowel Movements Tells You About Your Health

By Wadyk Saly It may not be a topic typically talked about at the dinner table or a cocktail party, but most people are actually somewhat obsessed with it. And with good reason: The state of your gastro-intestinal tract (as well as the quality and quantity of its output) is a great barometer of the health of your body. “The ...

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Stopping The Spread Of Germs At Home, Work & School.

Get Vaccinated The single best way to prevent the flu is to get a flu vaccine each season. The 2012-2013 flu vaccine will protect against 2009 H1N1, and two other influenza viruses (an H3N2 virus and an influenza B virus). Good Health Habits Avoid close contact. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. When you are sick, keep your ...

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Nine romantic things to do with your boyfriend

Way too often, the onus is on the guy to do something romantic in a relationship. As women, we like to be pampered, swooned, surprised, serenaded, and romanced. We want our man to be a Prince who can show us that he’s not tough, macho and unemotional all the time. We want him to prove his love to us, to ...

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Smoking May Be Hazardous to Job Prospects

Source:crosswalk.com …….Job seekers who smoke are less likely to find employment Unemployed smokers have a harder time finding work than job seekers who don’t smoke, and they earn less than nonsmokers when the do become employed, researchers reported. Nonsmokers who were not employed when they entered the study were 30% more likely than unemployed smokers to have found jobs a ...

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This weeks Health News: Not all Aspirins Are Alike

Source:www.everydayhealth.com Aspirin can save your life, but how you take it makes a difference. Video featuring Dr. Sanjay Gupta As a daily medication, aspirin can reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes. It can also be taken during a heart attack to slow the damage being done to the heart muscle, giving you more time to get to the ...

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The Heart Attack That Can Fool Your Doctor-Video featuring Dr. Sanjay Gupta

Source.everydayhealth.com/ Most heart attacks are caused by a buildup of plaque in the artery. But there is a rare and little-understood kind of heart attack that is much harder to detect. There was no reason Ana Gregg should be having a heart attack. She was 35 years old, fit, and had no risk factors for heart disease. That’s why, when ...

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This Week’s Health Topic: Anger Management.

Anger Management Remember Anger is a natural emotion that can sometimes make you feel uncomfortable or even out of control. If anger begins to take control over you, it’s important to do something to keep yourself and others around you safe. Managing your anger lowers stress and improves your health. Do you know that learning to manage anger is good ...

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Study finds link between daytime naps and diabetes

Source: aolnews.com A new study by Japanese researchers, at the University of Tokyo, showed there was a link between daytime naps that lasted longer than 60 minutes and a 45 percent increased risk of type 2 diabetes. However, there was no link to naps with a duration of only 40 minutes. SEE ALSO: One unexpected factor could determine if you’ll ...

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