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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. >
Chronic stress can wreak havoc on the mind. Now we understand what it’s doing to the brain.  >
Men also suffer from osteoporosis, the bone loss aging brings. And in fact, the disease is more deadly for men, with fractures resulting in death much more often compared to women. Because men are living longer and are therefore more likely to develop it, rates of osteoporosis are expected to rise 50% in the coming years. A new report argues that it is time to stop branding osteoporosis as a woman's disease. >

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 >

Eating fruits and veggies works to reduce oxidative stress in the body.  >

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.

What do people fear most? A survey finds It is not always rational...or reasonable. >
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? >
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