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Brief periods of cognitive training in areas such as memory, reasoning and speed-of-processing may significantly improve cognitive ability and daily functioning for seniors, according to a new study. ... Read More »
For the fourth year in a row, the DASH diet has been named 2014’s best overall diet in the U.S. News & World Report rankings. This heart-friendly diet has been on top of the list every year ... Read More »
Shingles may significantly increase the risk of stroke and heart attack, particularly for people who suffer from the painful skin disease before the age of 40, according to a new study published in ... Read More »
The debate, about whether or not to use corporal punishment as a disciplinary method, rages on, despite the fact that no reputable study has ever shown its use to be beneficial. Spare the rod, spoil ... Read More »
Fertility docs hate when their patients, who are trying to conceive, use lubricants during intercourse. Well, now you can. If you are trying to get pregnant, listen up. The FDA has approved ... Read More »
Did you ever smell a particular scent, and a flood of memories came pouring in? It happened to me when my aunt passed away. I hadn’t been to her house in many years. I had moved to the West Coast ... Read More »
This past year brought us two new weight loss medications: Qsymia and Belviq. Qsymia is a mixture of two meds that have been around (Topamax + Phentermine), and the Belviq is a serotonin-like drug ... Read More »
IVA? Not a typo. It’s an infertility breakthrough that may be changing the lives of couples that thought they would never be able to have children of their own. In Vitro Activation, or IVA, is a ... Read More »
Halloween is a time that most people overindulge in sweets. Kids gather up the goods and parents syphon off the extras – all in the name of keeping their kids away from the dreaded sugar of course. ... Read More »
The role of bracing in people with adolescent idiopathic (as in, we don’t know why it happens) scoliosis who are at risk for curve progression is controversial. When the curve of scoliosis reaches ... Read More »

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