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Senior Fitness — Easier than You Think
The exercise needed to keep seniors mobile and independent can be accomplished by doing daily household chores, gardening,or taking a walk.
Breaking the Grip of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
There's hope for those suffering from the relentless worries and compulsive acts that characterize OCD: non-invasive electric stimulation.
Lockdown's Silver Lining
Lockdown is hard on families; but when asked, some caregivers also listed a number of benefits to being cooped up at home with kids.
A Surprising Way to Improve Eyewitnesses' Reliability
When an eyewitness identifies a suspect, he or she is usually looking at a series of photos or a lineup. Those fillers make a difference.
Home Grown Helps
Kids eat better when they grow their own fruits and vegetables and learn a little about cooking and nutrition. Schools can make it happen.
IUDs as Emergency Contraception
IUDs are known to be a reliable method of contraception. They are also, like the morning after pill, a good form of emergency contraception.
Lockdown's Not so Bad After All?
People are adjusting to the economic and social restrictions needed to help contain the pandemic better than you might expect, but not all.
Mind Your Heart
Your outlook can affect your heart by leading you do adopt healthy or unhealthy habits. Doctors are starting to address patients' mindsets.
Low-Carb and Low-Fat Diets Put to the Test
Scientists had people eat a low-carb, Keto diet and a low-fat diet each for two weeks. One was a clear weight-loss winner. Can you guess?
When Parents Fight, Children Lose
Parental conflict around divorce scars kids emotionally and can lead to ongoing mental health issues. Parents can learn to prevent this.
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