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Breakups Can Be Harder on Men
No one weathers a breakup well, but older women, with a broader social net, appear to handle it better than older men do. Some suggestions.
Reach for the Olive Oil
Using olive oil instead of mayo, margarine, butter, or other dairy fats led to an 8 to 34 percent lower risk of death from all causes.
Playing to Learn
Teaching kids using guided play turns out to help them learn not only reading and math, but also how to persist when difficulties arise.
Feed Children Real Food, Not “Kids Food” — Part Two
Don't get trapped into feeding kids ultra-processed foods that go down easy. Here's how to give them nutritious foods they'll learn to love.
Give Your Brain a Shot of Exercise
A study of seniors who agreed to brain biopsies after death shows more precisely what exercise does for our brains to help us stay sharp.
No More “Kids’ Food”
Feeding children ultra-processed foods like fries and chicken nuggets conditions them to crave easy-to-eat foods with few nutrients.
Do Your Heart a Favor — Make a Resolution to be Kinder to Yourself
Self-compassion is good for the heart. It not only reduces atherosclerosis and plaque, it can make New Year's resolutions less stressful.
HPV and Oropharyngeal Cancer in Men
Human papilloma viruses are behind rising rates of oropharyngeal cancer in men. HPV vaccines could prevent most cases.
Cancer Treatment Gets a Boost from Fiber
Cancer patients receiving immunotherapy who ate diets high in fiber had much better outcomes than did those consuming less fiber.
Inflammatory Foods May Fuel Dementia
Eating a diet high in anti-inflammatory foods like fruit, tea and coffee, vegetables and legumes appears to help prevent cognitive decline.
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