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Mothers share the rudest things they have been told during pregnancy

From curious questions, judgement to free advice, most pregnant women are used to people saying inappropriate things to them. On a Reddit thread, mothers, and…

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Psychologists explain why at-home exercise machines like Peloton have what it takes to keep people moving

Peloton is taking a hint from the other kind of peloton, by incorporating social aspects into its workouts. Con Chronis/Getty Images Home is the new gym….

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Exercise Can Help You Think More Clearly, A New Study Shows, & It Might Have To Do With Blood

Plenty of studies have shown that exercise can boost brain health over time, especially in older adults at risk for dementia. However, a new study published in…

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Pregnant women with severe flu more likely to have poor outcomes

(Reuters Health) – Pregnant women so sick with influenza that they’re admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) are more likely to have premature and…

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Nearly half of Americans have heart disease, study says

Nearly half of U.S. adults deal with some form of cardiovascular disease, said a new study, driven largely by changes in guidelines for classifying high blood…

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Sleep Deprivation May Lead To DNA Damage: Sleep-Inducing Foods You Should Have

Do find it hard to catch up some shut-eye every night? Is the stress of work taking a toll on your sleep-wake cycle, or are…

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Zinc Deficiency May Cause High Blood Pressure; Have These Foods Rich In Zinc

High blood pressure (hypertension) may be caused by lower than normal zinc levels, which alter the way in which kidneys handle sodium, a new study…

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