• Stop Procrastinating

    Dec. 22

    “I’ll do it tomorrow” has become a mantra for too many of us. In fact, 20 percent of us identify as chronic procrastinators. You recognize us: We stay up all night cramming for a final ...
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  • FDA Approves New Meds for Advanced Ovarian Cancer

    Dec. 22

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new drug to treat advanced ovarian cancer, along with a test to identify patients eligible to receive it. Lynparza belongs to a new class of drugs, ...
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  • Are You Drinking Enough Water?

    Dec. 22

    You’ve heard the standard “drink eight glasses of water a day,” but recent research found that many adults—especially older Americans—aren’t drinking enough. Researchers evaluated overall water consumption of more than 15,000 Americans. For the sake ...
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  • How Does My Diet Affect Bipolar Disorder?

    Dec. 19

    While there is no specific diet for bipolar disorder, the mood condition marked by dramatic highs and lows, there are some foods you should consume with caution. Caffeine might seem like just the thing to ...
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  • How to Find Your Signature Scent

    Dec. 19

    It’s getting cold outside, so why not warm things up with a new fragrance? Learn how to find your perfect fall/winter scent, plus some great perfumes for every budget. Walking into a department store can ...
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  • Natural Remedies for Migraines

    Dec. 19

    If you suffer from migraines, you know they can cause excruciating pain, visual disturbances and nausea. They can also be so debilitating that all you are able to do is curl up in a darkened ...
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  • Young Adults Taking Care of (Health) Business

    Dec. 18

    The Affordable Care Act is having a positive effect on young people, says a new study. Between 2009 and 2011-12, significant increases were seen in the numbers of 19- to 25-year-olds getting preventive care, including ...
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  • Understanding Suicide Risk Among African-American Women

    Dec. 18

    Learning more about the root cause of suicidal ideation is a core task for mental health providers as discovering why people contemplate suicide is vital for prevention and support. Historically, researchers have studied white, middle ...
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