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5 HOURS AGO - New York Times

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Well: Fish Oil Claims Not Supported by Research

The vast majority of clinical trials have found no evidence that fish oil supplements lower the risk of heart attack and stroke.

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9 HOURS AGO - The Independent

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The loneliness epidemic: We're more connected than ever - but are we feeling more alone?

Modern life is making us lonelier, and recent research indicates that this may be the next biggest public health issue on par with obesity and substance abuse.  A recent review of studies indicates that loneliness increases mortality risk by 26%.

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10 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Good Ways To Exercise & Care For Your Most Neglected Body Part

By Dorene Internicola NEW YORK, March 30 (Reuters) - Feet are a part of the anatomy many exercisers ignore while pounding the treadmill or honing a headstand, but fitness experts say they are the very foundation of physical well-being. A quarter of the body's bones are contained in the feet and ankles. It is where most movement begins and, much ...

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11 HOURS AGO - Family Practice News

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Nurses’ Health Study: No link between depression and breast cancer

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. – Neither depression nor antidepressant use are associated with an increased risk of breast cancer among participants in the Nurses... More »

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11 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Fitness In Midlife Could Help Men Reduce Their Cancer Risk, Study Says

For middle-aged men, exercise may do a lot more than just help them get a nice physique. Indeed, a new study says a high level of cardiovascular fitness in middle-aged men also could help slash their risk for certain cancers by around 50 percent. The findings published this week in JAMA Oncology say that fitness in middle-aged men can not ...

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