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It is time to stop branding osteoporosis as a woman's disease. It kills more men and is on the rise. >
Four lifestyle changes can reduce women's risk of developing diabetes during pregnancy by 80%. >
Too many pitches can permanently injure young shoulders, causing ongoing rotator cuff problems. >
Stress, especially ongoing, chronic stress, can wreak havoc on the mind. It can leave you feeling lost, disconnected, forgetful, distracted and unable to act. That is why when we are stressed, we can find ourselves in the grocery store or the car, unable to immediately remember what we are doing there. The reason for this is that stress affects brain cells' connectivity and processing speed, literally slowing our ability to think. >

My 18 month-old son didn't breathe at birth and has severe brain damage and long seizures. He gets all nutrition through a g-tube. Is it ethical to stop his g-tube feeds? More >

Our minds are built to learn. We just need to give them a little help — sleep and distractions are good — to help the process along.   More >

Aspirin may reduce your risk of developing cancer. But there are some risks.   >

How many minutes do you walk
in a day?
A. Five to 10 minutes
B. 15 to 20 minutes
C. 25 to 35 minutes
D. at least 45 minutes a day

A physical therapist shows how poor body alignment is behind most injury and teaches you the safe way to do many daily tasks. More >

How often should you get your blood pressure checked?
A. Once a month.
B. Once a year.
C. It depends on your last blood pressure measurement.

You can get a picture of the number of meals a person eats away from home from their body mass and cholesterol levels. >
Guess who can carry the heavier backpack: Fullback types or more modestly-sized adults? >
Specific nutrients in chocolate stimulate brain areas associated with memory loss. But read before you indulge. >
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