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Menopausal woman may be able to cut their hot flashes in half simply by learning to relax. A Swedish study reported the effects of relaxation techniques learned in group therapy. The study team focused on 60 healthy women who had been seeing their doctors for hot flashes that occurred at least 50 times a week. […]

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Adjective: Clamant  (KLAY-munt) Definition: 1. Clamorous, blatant 2. Demanding attention: urgent Sample sentence: Clamant students gathered outside the college president’s office, protesting the denial of tenure for a popular professor. Like and Share with your friends

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Iyengar yoga has been proven to help ease back pain, and researchers in Germany and Austria recently investigated whether it could also help patients with neck pain. A study team at Berlin’s Charité-University Medical Center, as well as study centers elsewhere in Germany and Austria, assigned 38 neck pain patients to learn yoga, and 39 […]

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Verb: Portend  (por-TEND) Definition: 1. To give an omen or anticipatory sign of 2. Indicate, signify Sample sentence:  Some people believe a black cat can portend impending danger. Like and Share with your friends

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Noun: Froufrou  (FROO-froo) Definition: 1. A rustling especially of a woman’s skirt. 2. Showy or frilly ornamentation. Sample sentence: Styled in the manner of a Victorian mansion, the bed-and-breakfast featured so much froufrou that guests were afraid to touch anything. Like and Share with your friends

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Expressing a positive attitude toward aging may make the difference in whether you can bounce back from disability. A study from the Yale School of Public Health found that seniors who accentuate the positive stereotypes of age and aging are more likely to recover from a health setback than those who view aging negatively. Over […]

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Would you exercise longer and more effectively if competition were part of the experience? A study from Michigan State suggests that the best approach to developing a longer, better workout may be exercising with a partner who is stronger than you. Researcher Brandon Irwin, assistant professor of kinesiology at Kansas State University, noted that most […]

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Adjective: Companionable  (kum-PAN-yuh-nuh-bul) Definition: Marked by conducive to, or suggestive of companionship: sociable. Sample sentence: I have come to enjoy sharing an office with Mike; he’s a companionable associate and we get along well together. Like and Share with your friends

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Noun: Aegis  (EE-jus) Definition: 1. A shield or breastplate 2. Protection 3. Controlling or conditioning influence 4. Control or guidance, especially by an individual, group or system Sample sentence: The studies were conducted under the aegis of the National Institutes of Health. Like and Share with your friends

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We know that kids need vitamin D to help them grow strong bones, but the question of whether “D” is also important for healthy teeth has never been settled. However, a new review of studies going back to the 1920s suggests that getting adequate “D” may help reduce the incidence of tooth decay by as […]

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