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Health Tip – Feb. 15 – How Attitude Affects Aging

Expressing a positive attitude toward aging may make the difference in whether you can bounce back from disability. A study from the Yale School...

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 – Sept. 24 – What’s Really Wrong With Fast...

In addition to consuming oversize portions that quickly exceed a prudent calorie intake, eating too much fast food appears to dramatically raise the risk...

Health Tip – June 1 – Blueberries and Apples May Protect...

Here’s another good reason to eat plenty of fresh fruit. A new investigation from the Harvard School of Public Health shows that eating lots...

Health Tip – Apr. 20 – Desk-Job Weight Gain

Sitting at a desk all day is part of the problem - too many office workers get no on-the-job exercise. Also to blame are...

Health Tip – Apr. 3 – More Fish, Fewer Colon Polyps

Here’s another reason to increase the amount of fish in your diet, particularly if you’re female: a new study shows that eating three servings...

Health Tip – Jan. 10 – Fitness Trumps Leaness

Even if you're carrying a few extra pounds, if you get in shape and stay in shape - and you’re male - your risk...

Health Tip – Dec. 19 – Women and Depression

Too much TV and not enough exercise appear to add up to depression for older women. A new investigation from the Harvard School of...

Health Tip – Nov. 29 – What Your Hairdresser Will See

You can be pretty sure that your hairdresser will notice surgical scars from a face-lift, but it turns out that they're also pretty adept...

Health Tip – Nov. 11 – Coffee May Protect Women From...

A large study involving nearly 51,000 women found that drinking four or more cups of coffee a day appears to lower the long-term risk...