Today’s Headlines: Knuckle Cracking, Divorce and Gut Bacteria

Cause of knuckle cracking sound figured out. There’s been a long debate in the scientific community about the popping sound your joints make when you crack them, with some saying…

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New Blood Test May Help Predict Who Will Get Breast Cancer

The challenge of treating cancer is often to try and catch it early. In the beginning stages, cancer is growing rapidly, but often hasn’t spread to other locations. That makes…

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Today’s Headlines: Rita Wilson, Cheese and Long Work Days

Rita Wilson removes dangerous breast cancer with double mastectomy. Actress Rita Wilson has spoken out about the details of her breast cancer treatment. “Wilson revealed in a statement that she underwent…

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Tango Helps Those With Parkinson’s

Learning to tango might seem like a challenge for even the most coordinated of enthusiasts, let alone for people who struggle with everyday movement. But new research released this week…

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Today’s Headlines: Plastic Surgery, Arts and Crafts, and Being Short

Plastic surgery may change the way people think about you. Going under the knife to perk up your facial features has become a popular way to try to fight the appearance…

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Getting Some Exercise Drops Your Risk of Liver Disease

It used to be that people with liver disease were mostly heavy drinkers. But as waistlines began to expand in the ’80s and ’90s, doctors noticed an increasing number of…

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Today’s Headlines: Exercise, Supplements and Mammograms

Even a little exercise is better than none. While current health guidelines recommend at least two to three hours of physical activity per week for optimal health, many fall below…

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Smoking for Weight Loss Makes Quitting Less Likely

Ever heard that smoking can help you lose a few pounds? If so, you’re not alone. Many people notice that they lose a little weight when they first start smoking,…

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Today’s Headlines: Acetaminophen, Googling and Sitting

Tylenol doesn’t work for most chronic pain. When you have a sore back or aching knees, your first inclination might be to reach for acetaminophen. But according to new research…

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Eyeliner Inside Lid May Irritate Eye, Cloud Contacts

Eyeliner has long been used to set off eyes and accentuate lashes, but new research is indicating that eyeliner applied too close to the inside of your lid may not…

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