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Sober Curious? 10 Expert Tips to Cut Back on Alcohol

“I don’t like the way alcohol makes me feel anymore,” says Ellen Albertson, a 61-year-old psychologist and registered dietitian in North Hero, Vermont. She’s currently in breast cancer remission and ...
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How Is Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnosed?

Doctor looking at CT scan (shot in 2007 hence the old version of model release) Doctors use several methods and tools to help determine if a person with thinking or ...
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Foods You Can Eat Without Gaining Weight

Healthy lettuce wraps with grilled cauliflower, cabbage and tomatoes. Top view over a dark slate background. Plant-based diet concept. Cutting is critical when you’re trying to lose weight. You cut calories. ...
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1-Minute Workouts to Make You Stronger

Though you know you need to exercise, you may feel like you don’t have the resolve, interest or time to get physically fit. You aren’t alone. Almost half of those 50 ...
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Diabetes in Older People

Diabetes is a serious disease, and it affects many older adults. People get diabetes when their blood glucose, also called blood sugar, is too high. The good news is that ...
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Tips for Caregivers and Families of People With Dementia

A caregiver, sometimes referred to as a caretaker, refers to anyone who provides care for another person. Millions of people living in the United States take care of a friend ...
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 5 Things to Know Before You Start Eye Exercises

Maybe you’ve seen social media posts, smartphone apps or ads promoting eye exercises as a way to ease eye strain, improve your vision or banish wrinkles. Some even promise to eliminate ...
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The Extraordinary World of Music and the Mind

In 2007, a young man named Colin Huggins began playing music on the streets of New York using a battered upright piano he’d bought on Craigslist.  He was a ...
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10 Worst Habits for Your Heart

There’s good news and bad news when it comes to your risk of developing heart disease, the leading killer in the U.S. Let’s start with the bad. Several factors raise a person’s ...
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