Category Archives: Health

Want a Zika-proof condom? Ask an Australian Olympian! - The San Diego Union-Tribune

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Can condoms wrap up fears of a Zika virus spread among Olympic athletes in Brazil this summer? Australia seems to be betting on it. On Monday, authorities there announced it will be supplying its Olympic athletes with condoms especially designed to …
Zika concerns mount, but Rio Olympics not moving yetESPN
Dr. K: New studies reveal more information about Zika virusTulsa World
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Being Busy Is Actually Better For Your Brain, Study Finds - Huffington Post

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Feel like the work just never seems to end? Take heart. All that “busyness” is probably good for you. A new study in the journal Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience says a jam-packed schedule is associated with better brain function. A team led by
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Busy Lifestyle Linked To Increased Cognitive Function In Older Adults - Headlines & Global News

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You might want to think about your retirement plans, as a new study has discovered a connection between a busy lifestyle and cognitive function in older adults. By Tyler MacDonald | May 18, 2016 10:01 AM EDT. Busy Brain Cartoon. You might want to think …
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A Packed Daily Schedule Is Good For Your BrainTech Times
Busy people have improved cognitive function in old age, study saysThe Independent
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Study: Mom's voice works like a charm on your brain - CNN

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(CNN) Less than one second. That’s how long it takes children to recognize their mother’s voice. And that voice lights a child’s brain up like a Christmas tree. A new study from Stanford University School of Medicine studied how children reacted to mom
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Children’s Brains ‘Light Up’ at Sound of Mom’s VoiceU.S. News & World Report
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Could Potatoes Be Bad for Blood Pressure? - WebMD

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3 To 4 Servings Of Baked Or Mashed Potatoes A Week Increases High Blood Pressure RiskMedical Daily
Higher potato consumption associated with increased risk of high blood pressureEurekAlert (press release)
Potato-Heavy Diet Linked to High Blood PressureLive Science
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That's my mom: Mother's voice lights up kids' brains - Fox News

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There really is something special about a mother’s voice, science confirms. Children’s brains respond more strongly to their mothers’ voices than to the voices of strangers, even when heard for only a fraction of a second, according to a new study
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Your Mother Has A Special Voice; Its Sound Lights Up A Unique Group Of Brain Systems Only In Her ChildrenMedical Daily
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Exercising drives down risk for 13 cancers, research shows - Midland Reporter-Telegram

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Midland Reporter-Telegram
IN HOME YOGA Maribel Salazar exercises during a yoga class instructed by Anne Lucero Saturday at her apartment in Midland. James Durbin/Reporter-Telegram JAMES DURBIN. In addition to protecting hearts, preserving memory and lifting moods, …
Exercise Tied to Lower Risk for 13 Types of CancerNew York Times (blog)
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Zika virus expected in Europe by late spring, says WHO - CNN

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Vital Signs is a monthly program bringing viewers health stories from around the world. (CNN) The Zika virus is expected to reach Europe by late spring, according to a new report by the World Health Organization (WHO), but the risk of an outbreak
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Too Few Americans Take Advantage of Local Parks - U.S. News & World Report

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WEDNESDAY, May 18, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Most neighborhood parks in the United States are geared toward younger people, which limits their use, a new study suggests. “Relatively modest investments could make parks much more conducive to …
Girls And Older Adults Are Missing Out On Parks For RecreationNPR
Urban parks study finds women, seniors, poor are excludedFusion
First national study of US parks finds low use by adults, seniors and femalesEurekAlert (press release)

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