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Smart Heart Action Kit
Author : Dr. Timothy Johnson - Subject : Health
Could you use an additional 10 years? Reduce your risks of heart disease and stroke and you could add as much as a decade to your life, says the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.
While you have little control over risks associ.....more.....
Author : Staff - Subject : Health
Abscessed tooth A painful, serious infection that develops in the tissue around a tooth. When the pulp of the tooth dies, mouth bacteria start to overgrow and spread from the root of the tooth to the tissue under the tooth, creating a pus-filled.....more.....
Grand Parents: More than Cookies and Milk
Author : About.com - Subject : Grandparenting
Being a Grandparent is one of the special joys of growing older. As one grandmother put it, "Itís like the dessert at the end of a good meal." Itís the only relationship in which people are crazy about each other simply because theyíre breathing, say.....more.....
Heart Disease in Women
Author : Medical Author: Carolyn J. Crandall, MD, FACP - Subject : Health
What is the Risk of heart attacks in women?
Coronary artery disease (CAD) and heart attacks are erroneously believed to occur primarily in men. Although it is true that the prevalence of CAD among women is lower before menopause, the risk of CAD r.....more.....
How to Ward Off the Flu This Winter
Author : Sarah Parker - Subject : Health
The wisdom mothers have been dispensing for ages -- wash your hands, eat your vegetables, go to bed earlier -- turns out to be great advice for avoiding the flu.
Doctors and nutritionists say careful hygiene, a balanced diet and plenty of rest an.....more.....
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