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Quitters Can Still Be Winners
Former smokers who largely follow healthy lifestyle recommendations live longer --regardless of how much they smoked in the past.
Digestion breaks down food into byproducts that can be either good or not-so-good for our memories. It's all about the foods we eat.
Pick Up the Pace
Walking 10,000 steps a day is good for your heart and general longevity. And there's something even better — going a little faster.
Oral Health As a Hedge Against Dementia
Periodontal health may protect your cognitive health. Inflamed gums and tooth loss appear to raise the risk of mental decline.
Low-T's Link to Severe COVID in Men
Low-T is not unusual, but it appears to put men at greater risk for severe COVID-19 infection. But hormone treatment is not without risks.
A Long View of Weight-Loss Surgery
Bariatric surgery offers benefits that last for years. The joints, health and economic well-being of patients are all positively impacted.
Your Genes Won't Save You
Being active -- it doesn't take much -- is truly the fountain of youth. Even good genes can't overcome the ill-effects of being sedentary.
Tea Drinkers Live Longer -- Really
Go ahead, have a cup. Those who drink tea regularly tend to live longer than those who never touch the stuff. Two cups were better than one.
Vegetarians' Hip Risks
The odds of fracturing a hip are higher for vegetarians and vegans than for those who eat meat. But there are still ways to reduce the risk.
Walk It Off — No Pain, No Gain
Peripheral artery disease makes walking painful. The alternative -- not walking -- ensures that the pain and immobility will only get worse.
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