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17 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Better Fitness In Middle Age May Stop This Organ From Shrinking

Couch potatoes, beware. A new study says that being out of shape can have some serious ramifications later in life -- and it's scarier than just a growing waistline. Researchers analyzed data from the long-running Framingham Heart Study, to look at the relationship between fitness in middle age and brain health later on. “We found a direct correlation in our ...

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FEB 07, 2016 - Huffington Post

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The 5 Amazing Health Benefits Of Spicy Foods

SPECIAL FROM Cayenne, jalapeno, habanero, chili—it seems like there are a million different kinds of hot peppers you can buy. And not only are they a great way to add flavor to your recipes, research shows that they may have a surprisingly positive effect on your health. Hot peppers, like jalapeños and chills, are rich in a component called capsaicin. ...

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FEB 05, 2016 - Huffington Post

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The NFL Has An Obesity Problem

When the Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl on Sunday, the players who hit the field will be among the country's fastest runners, most accurate passers and strongest blockers. You might also notice that some of them are a bit bigger around the midsection than you remember from Super Bowls past.  It wasn't always that ...

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FEB 04, 2016 - Yahoo! News

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Many cancer survivors face increased risk of heart disease

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Many adult cancer survivors face an increased risk of heart disease, worsening their long-term survival odds beyond the effect of tumors alone, a U.S. study suggests. In a study of about 110,000 people, survivors of certain cancers – including tumors in the lung, ovaries, bone marrow and lymph system – had a significantly higher ...

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FEB 03, 2016 - MedPage Today

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