A 2017 survey of over 2,000 women newly diagnosed with breast cancer found that half of those who undergo bilateral mastectomy after genetic testing don't actually have mutations known to confer increased ... Read More >
Inflatable pool toys and swimming aids, such as bathing rings and arm bands, often have a distinctive smell that could indicate they contain a range of potentially hazardous substances. Some ... Read More >
A 2017 survey of over 2,000 women newly diagnosed with breast cancer found that half of those who undergo bilateral mastectomy after genetic testing don’t actually have mutations known to con Read More >
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Is it a good idea to buy an annuity within an IRA or Roth IRA? At first blush, the answer would seem to be “no” because one of the biggest benefits of an annuity is tax deferral, which you alre Read More >
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Everybody knows or has heard of a remarkably long-lived person. Many have lived independently into their hundreds and passed away without experiencing the extreme debility we usually associate with Read More >
Plenty of things can kill the romance in a relationship.But traditionally, money and all the complications that come with it sit near the top of the list.
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With summer right around the corner, you may be starting to think about “suiting up,” and shed those few pesky pounds that just won’t go away, but most likely won’t succeed. Clearly, this Read More >
According to the National Institute on Aging, If you have a choice of where to get your groceries, pick a store that is clean and well supplied. If it is also busy, the stock is probably more likel Read More >
Preventive medicine experts at Rush University Medical Center have discovered that delaying access to tempting high-calorie foods and snacks in vending machines potentially can shift people’s Read More >
We’ve all heard the adage that you should check with your doctor before beginning or changing an exercise program. But what exactly can you ask him to get the best answer. The experts from Go4Lif Read More >
Some people like to walk on a treadmill at the gym, and can do that every day without needing to change their approach. Others find that kind of activity boring. The key to sticking with exercise i Read More >
Music therapy has been found to decrease pain in patients recovering from spine surgery, compared to a control group of patients who received standard postoperative care alone.
The study, pu Read More >
Baby boomers witnessed and experienced a lot in their formative years, such as the Cold War, the space race, political assassinations, the Vietnam War, Civil Rights protests and Watergate.
According to the National Institutes of Health, on any given day one-third of children and 41 percent of teens eat from a fast-food restaurant. They also report that the restaurant meals often serv Read More >
Parenthood is associated with a longer life than childlessness, particularly in older age, when health and capacity may start to decline. That’s the finding of research published online in March Read More >