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(5 days ago) Published March 16, 2022. Inflammation is the body’s response to an injury, allergy, or infection, a reaction that attempts to restore the health of the affected area. But that’s only part of the story, because there are two types of …

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(3 days ago) Published September 1, 2022. Benign prostatic hyperplasia, also known as an enlarged prostate, occurs in about 50% of men by age 60. It can lead to urination problems …

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(5 days ago) Published June 1, 2021. Menstruation is a basic fact of human existence, yet millions of people in the US struggle to afford –– or can’t afford –– products like tampons and …

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(3 days ago) Published October 6, 2022. Melatonin is a popular over-the-counter sleep aid. But because it is sold as a dietary supplement it is not regulated, and recent warnings include …

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Eggs and your health

(1 days ago) Eggs are a nutritious food. They are relatively low in calories and saturated fat, and rich in protein, vitamins, minerals, and other healthy nutrients like lutein and zeaxanthin, which are good for the eyes, and choline, which is …

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Medical Dictionary of Health Terms: A-C

(2 days ago) A. 5-alpha reductase: A chemical that changes the sex hormone testosterone into a substance called dihydrotestosterone.This hormone can cause the prostate gland to grow …

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Medical Dictionary of Health Terms: Q-Z

(2 days ago) Online medical dictionary of health terms: Q-Z. R. radial tunnel syndrome: A condition in which the radial nerve is compressed at the elbow, causing pain, numbness, …

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Genes protective during the Black Death may now be increasing

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(2 days ago) For the study, researchers tracked more than 6,000 people with heart disease for an average of 3.7 years. They found that compared with married people, those who were …

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(2 days ago) An abnormal heart rhythm — when your heartbeat is too fast, too slow, or irregular — can be tricky to detect and diagnose. These electrical misfires are often short-lived …

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Six simple ways to smarter, healthier eating

(Just Now) 2) Harness the power of nuts (and seeds) Almonds, cashews, filberts, hazelnuts, peanuts, pecans, and pistachios pack plenty of beneficial nutrients, including vitamin E, folic …

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Concerned about your child’s development

(8 days ago) 5 tips to encourage healthy development in infants and young children. Here are some ways you can encourage your child’s development: Play with your child! Interacting with …

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Have you done your crossword puzzle today

(Just Now) First, doing crossword puzzles is difficult, and many studies have shown that performing moderately difficult cognitive tasks is helpful for cognitive and brain health. …

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(6 days ago) Activate your account and gain access to your subscriptions and purchased electronic special health reports. If you subscribe to any of Harvard's print newsletters, you are eligible to read …

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(3 days ago) Resistant hypertension poses a serious threat to your heart's health. About one in three American adults has high blood pressure, defined as a top (systolic) blood pressure …

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Music and health

(6 days ago) Music and health. Music is a fundamental attribute of the human species. Virtually all cultures, from the most primitive to the most advanced, make music. It's been true through …

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(4 days ago) Polypill may help prevent repeat heart attacks. Published December 1, 2022. For heart attack survivors, taking a polypill that contains a blood pressure drug, a cholesterol …

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Does weight loss surgery relieve pain

(6 days ago) New research shows bariatric surgery may contribute to long-lasting improvement in pain and physical abilities. Weight loss surgery has many proven benefits, including …

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Treatment for an enlarged prostate

(7 days ago) Most men stop getting taller around age 18, but after 40, they often begin growing elsewhere — particularly in their prostate gland. Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also …

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Can a multivitamin keep your brain healthy

(1 days ago) A new study suggests that a daily multivitamin might improve memory in older adults. Millions of people take a multivitamin each day. Some believe it’s a sort of insurance in …

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(2 days ago) The recent study, which adds to the growing evidence linking heart health to brain health, has elements that make findings especially reliable, says Dr. Gad Marshall, a Harvard …

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