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  • 7 herbs to relieve kids’ allergy symptoms

    7 herbs to relieve kids’ allergy symptoms

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    Most of us may be enjoying the spring weather, but experts agree this year will be a rough one for allergy sufferers. And for parents who are looking to avoid over-the-counter drugs and all their potential side effects, herbal remedies might be a natural, alternative…

  • 5 time-saving superfoods

    5 time-saving superfoods

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    It’s often hard enough to eat right when you have time, but when you’re racing against the clock it becomes even more challenging. “Plan ahead! It’s a little change you can make with big benefits. When you are prepared with healthy snacks, a packed lunch…

  • This drug could be better than medical marijuana

    This drug could be better than medical marijuana

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    Pain, insomnia, nausea, and some psychological conditions are among the health issues medical marijuana is used to treat—but the drug can come with frustrating side effects like dizziness, dry mouth, and telltale red eyes.Plus, not everybody wants to get high, a doctor notes. Another…

  • Beetroot juice may help lower blood pressure

    Beetroot juice may help lower blood pressure

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    Daily consumption of beetroot juice for four weeks significantly lowered blood pressure in hypertensive patients compared with a placebo juice, according to a report in the February issue of Hypertension.Beetroot juice also helped to relax arteries and improve blood-vessel function.Beetroot juice, or beet…

  • Gradual smoking cessation may be possible with nicotine addiction pill

    Gradual smoking cessation may be possible with nicotine addiction pill

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    A nicotine addiction pill can help smokers quit gradually when they can't go cold turkey, a study finds, suggesting that it may be time to revisit practice guidelines that focus primarily on immediate cessation. Smokers who took the pill, sold as Chantix in the U.S.…

  • Hormone replacement therapy linked to increased risk of ovarian cancer, study finds

    Hormone replacement therapy linked to increased risk of ovarian cancer, study finds

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    An analysis of over 50 studies suggests an association between short-term use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) during menopause and a 40 percent increased risk of developing ovarian cancer. The study, published Thursday in the journal The Lancet, reviewed data from 21,488 women who lived…

  • The best workout move you’re not doing

    The best workout move you’re not doing

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    Want to take your workout to the next level? Consider adding deadlifts to your strength routine.A new study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research found that folks who performed the exercise twice weekly for 10 weeks experienced an uptick in torque…

  • Easy guide to veggie portions

    Easy guide to veggie portions

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    An adult eating 2,000 calories a day should aim to eat about 2½ cups of vegetables daily. How much is a serving of vegetables? Here’s a quick guide to portions per serving:Salad greensA 1-cup serving of mesclun greens contains just 10 calories, and…

  • Stressful jobs may increase stroke risk

    Stressful jobs may increase stroke risk

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    People who have demanding jobs and job strain are more likely to suffer one type of stroke, a review of previous studies suggests.Job strain has been linked to heart attack risk in the past, but not necessarily to stroke.“Previous studies on the association…

  • Marijuana now used in ... sex aid

    Marijuana now used in ... sex aid

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    A company is hawking what it claims is a personal lubricant that improves sex for women. Oh, and it's made from marijuana. It apparently works like this: You spritz the pot-based spray Foria on your genitals 30 minutes before sex, then have awesome sex.Or,…

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