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Health Tip – Mar. 8 – Big Bellies Bad for Bones

Men’s big pot bellies are a known risk factor for heart disease, but a new study suggests that this extra tissue is also bad...

Health Tip – Feb. 12 – Omega-3 Boosts Working Memory in...

Working memory - for example, the ability to recall street addresses or phone numbers - is in top form when we’re in our teens...

Health Tip – Jan. 30 – Is It Asthma? Or Are...

Obesity is considered a risk factor for asthma, but a new study suggests that wheezing and shortness of breath may be nothing more than...

Health Tip – Oct. 1 – Obesity Plus Low Vitamin D...

After analyzing data from 5806 participants in a large national health survey, researchers at Drexel University School of Public Health found that low levels...

Health Tip – Apr. 5 – Simple Mental Exercise and Alzheimer’s

How often do you read the newspaper? Write an email or a letter? What about reading books or playing games that take some brainpower?...

Health Tip – Mar. 28 – Swimming Can Lower Seniors Blood...

Swimming is often promoted as good aerobic exercise for seniors because it is easy on the joints. Now a small study suggests that it...

Health Tip – Dec. 2 – Reducing Macular Degeneration Risk

Macular degeneration is a debilitating eye disorder generally considered to be irreversible, and it remains the leading cause of blindness in individuals over the...

Health Tip – Nov. 16 – Alzheimer’s: The Sleep Connection

Getting enough sleep might help lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. The link to sleep hasn’t been entirely proved yet, but a new study...

Health Tip – Oct. 20 – Yoga to Help Diabetics

Yoga is no substitute for the more vigorous exercise which many people with diabetes need in order to lose weight, but a new study...

Health Tip – June 28 – Apples and Tomatoes, Edible Essentials

A new study suggests that apples and tomatoes may help prevent respiratory disease.Researchers at the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom studied...