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  1. Avoid, remove ticks, but forget about revenge

    Avoid, remove ticks, but forget about revenge

    Avoid, remove ticks, but forget about revenge
    Anyone who spends a significant amount of time outdoors these days knows ticks are a problem. And unfortunately, they’re more than just a nuisance. Ticks carry all manner of diseases, most notably Lyme disease. Finding one embedded in your skin is not cause for immediate despair, though. It takes hours – some professionals say as many as 24 to 48...
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  2. Prolonged sitting isn't good for you ... and here's why

    Prolonged sitting isn't good for you ... and here's why

    Prolonged sitting isn't good for you ... and here's why
    We already know that sitting down for extended stretches isn't that great for you. Whether it's at the office or planted on the couch after work, too much "down" time can negatively affect your health. An American Cancer Society study says too much sitting can kill you in 14 different ways: Alzheimer's disease; cancer; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; diabetes; heart...
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  3. 5 health tips for your college freshman

    5 health tips for your college freshman

    5 health tips for your college freshman
    All across the country, parents are dropping off their college freshmen, on their own in the world for the first time. It doesn't have to be as scary as you might think. Here are five health tips to discuss with your freshman before dropping him off at college. • • •   Diet So mom isn't cooking for you anymore...
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  4. Researcher believes 'man flu' isn't just an overreaction

    Researcher believes 'man flu' isn't just an overreaction

    Researcher believes 'man flu' isn't just an overreaction
    Is the “man flu” real or just an overreaction? That’s what Dr. Kyle Sue, the author of the study and an assistant professor of family medicine at Memorial University of Newfoundland, explored in research published in the BMJ medical journal. In a nutshell, Sue believes there’s evidence that the man flu might not be an exaggeration. In conclusion, Sue wrote...
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