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  • “Can You Hear Me Now?” – Pain Relievers Linked to Hearing Loss.

    It’s not uncommon for people with arthritis, back pain or other chronic pain to reach for over-the-counter drugs like acetaminophen and ibuprofen several times a day. But according to a new study from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, these pills may take away more than just your pain. In fact, there is a chance they could cause... Read More The post “Can You Hear Me Now?” – Pain Relievers Linked to H...

  • Workplace Relationships Can Boost Your Health

    Some people love their jobs. Getting up and heading to work is something they look forward to. Others moan and groan about another day at work. It’s just no fun and it stresses them out, even though their skills are a perfect fit.  Depending on which category you fall into, you could either be boosting your... Read More The post Workplace Relationships Can Boost Your Health appeared first on Nutri...

  • These Steps Can Prevent One in Three Breast Cancers

    Most people believe that cancer is hereditary… that if they have the “gene for it” there is nothing they can do to stop it.  However, research repeatedly shows that only a small portion of cancers are genetic. The majority of cancer cases are a direct result of lifestyle. This includes breast cancer—the cancer women fear the... Read More The post These Steps Can Prevent One in Three Breast Cancers...

  • Light Therapy Could Treat Early Prostate Cancer

    A diagnosis of prostate cancer is terrifying for any man. And making a decision on how to treat it is just as frightening. Should you “watch and wait?” Would it be better to undergo surgery, chemotherapy or another aggressive treatment? The good news is that there may be a safer treatment alternative available to men in... Read More The post Light Therapy Could Treat Early Prostate Cancer appeared...

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  • Worrying About Your Health is Bad for Your Heart

    Do you worry that you’ll get sick, develop a serious illness, or be diagnosed with a chronic health problem?  If so, you may be among the “worried well”—suffering from excess anxiety and stress that occurs when you become too preoccupied with your health. Unfortunately, anxiety is a risk factor for heart disease. And, according to a new... Read More The post Worrying About Your Health is Bad for Y...

  • Can’t Get That Tune Out of Your Head? Here’s Why.

    Almost everyone gets a song stuck in their head every now and then—whether it’s one you like or not. But why do certain songs get stuck more often than others?  It turns out that these tunes, called earworms, usually have a livelier tempo. They also have a fairly generic melody that’s easy to remember. This combination... Read More The post Can’t Get That Tune Out of Your Head? Here’s Why. appeare...

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  • Can a Positive Attitude Extend Your Life?

    If you tend to consider things from a pessimistic viewpoint, it might be time for an attitude adjustment, especially if you want to live a long and healthy life.  Many studies show that people with a sunny outlook tend to be healthier than those who have a negative view of the world. Now, research out of... Read More The post Can a Positive Attitude Extend Your Life? appeared first on Nutri-Health...

  • Alzheimer’s Prediction Tests Could Help You Prepare Sooner

    The thought of developing Alzheimer’s disease is frightening. But if you could take a free, 100 percent accurate test to predict your risk of the disease, would you take it?  Since there is no cure for Alzheimer’s, this type of testing has very little value when it comes to treating the disease. What it can do,... Read More The post Alzheimer’s Prediction Tests Could Help You Prepare Sooner appear...

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  • How to Avoid the Portion Distortion Trap

    If you always choose small-sized portions when you go out to eat, you could be fooling yourself into thinking you’re eating less food than you are. That’s because one restaurant’s small could easily be another restaurant’s large. And the confusion over sizing could lead you to overeat. Researchers at the Cornell Food and Brand Lab designed... Read More The post How to Avoid the Portion Distortion ...

  • 3 to 5 Cups of Coffee Daily May Help Protect Against Alzheimer’s

    We Americans love our coffee. You can’t drive more than a mile in any major city without encountering a Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts. And it’s estimated that here in the U.S. we drink about 330 million cups of Joe a day. This may be good news, since studies suggest coffee offers numerous protective benefits. For example,... Read More The post 3 to 5 Cups of Coffee Daily May Help Protect Against Alz...

  • Participating in These Sports Could Help You Live Longer

    You know that exercise is necessary to keep you feeling strong and healthy. But exactly what type of exercise works the best? Is it going to the gym, walking, bicycling? To find the answers to these questions, a team of international researchers examined a slew of data. They accessed 11 separate annual health surveys involving 80,000... Read More The post Participating in These Sports Could Help Y...

  • Need to Lose Weight? It Might Be Time to Stop Dieting.

    When you go on a diet and lose a few pounds, it’s a great feeling. But if you’re like many people, that extra weight may creep back up faster than you would like. Now, researchers are gaining an understanding of why this happens. It turns out that repeated dieting may trick your body into thinking there’s a... Read More The post Need to Lose Weight? It Might Be Time to Stop Dieting. appeared first...

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  • Cut Your Chances of Dying From One of the 5 Leading Causes of Death

    Did you know that about two-thirds of the deaths in the U.S. are attributed to only five health conditions? According to a new report from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, these include—in order—heart disease, cancer, stroke, chronic lower respiratory diseases and unintentional accidents. However, the report also states that many of these deaths are preventable. Based on... Read More Th...

  • Two Eye-Opening Reasons Why You Aren’t Getting Enough Sleep

    When it comes to research on why we’re not sleeping, November was a busy month. Two separate studies came out. And both of them clearly identified specific activities that may be keeping you from getting a good night’s sleep. In the first study, researchers measured Smartphone screen time among more than 23,000 people. Over a 30-day... Read More The post Two Eye-Opening Reasons Why You Aren’t Gett...

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  • Expert Tips to Break Free of Your Junk Food Cravings

    If you crave processed foods that are high in sugar, salt and fat, you aren’t alone. These foods are addictive, much in the same way that drugs are. They can trigger cravings that can send you off on a binge. And if you try to cut them out of your diet, you could find yourself suffering... Read More The post Expert Tips to Break Free of Your Junk Food Cravings appeared first on Nutri-Health Supple...

  • Tricky Way to Eat Healthier Foods While Dining Out

    Eating in dim light has been linked to eating more slowly… and ultimately eating less food than in brighter restaurants. But does that mean a low light atmosphere also encourages us to eat healthier foods? Apparently not. According to a new study, when diners eat in low-lit restaurants they actually order more unhealthy food items. They also... Read More The post Tricky Way to Eat Healthier Foods ...

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  • Confusing Labels Place People with Food Allergies at Risk

    Food labels aren’t easy to understand under the best of circumstances. However, when they include vague statements about allergens, they can appear even more confusing.  As a result, it’s not surprising that a new study finds that people often misunderstand labels about allergens that include statements like “may contain” or “manufactured on shared equipment”. “Our findings underscore... Read More...

  • Is Your High-Stress Job Healthy or Fatal?

    If you have a high-stress job, you may tell others that you’re being “worked to death”. But, it’s not likely that you view your job as a matter of life and death.  However, a new study finds that, in some cases, you could be working your way toward an early grave. The researchers found that people in... Read More The post Is Your High-Stress Job Healthy or Fatal? appeared first on Nutri-Health Sup...

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  • The World Needs Pie—and Antioxidants!

    Pie is one of the most wonderful inventions in the world. Just saying the word “pie” makes me feel happy. Even though I’m gluten free, no way am I giving up pie for Thanksgiving. The crust is the key to pie happiness. Whenever I have leftover pumpkin pie filling and bake it separately, it just... Read More The post The World Needs Pie—and Antioxidants! appeared first on Nutri-Health Supplements.

  • What Your Bowel Movements Say About Your Health

    Nobody likes to talk about their bathroom habits. But it’s hard not to wonder if your bowel movements are “normal” or not. The good news is that if it feels comfortable, then you’re probably in good shape. “Normal bowel movements are relatively soft but dense,” says Gabriel Neal, MD., a family medicine doctor and clinical assistant professor... Read More The post What Your Bowel Movements Say Abou...

  • Regular Dental Checkups May Slash Risk of Pneumonia

    Do you go to the dentist every six months to maintain healthy teeth and a pearly white smile? If so, good for you!  Those regular dental checkups are important… maybe even more critical than you realize. That’s because they do much more than protect your teeth from decay. It turns out that your semi-annual visit to the... Read More The post Regular Dental Checkups May Slash Risk of Pneumonia appea...

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  • Fitness Helps Counter Effects of Sedentary Behavior

    Study after study shows that sitting too much increases your chances of developing heart disease, diabetes and other lifestyle-related illnesses. Some studies even estimate that being sedentary kills as many people as smoking. But is this still true if you’re fit? Norwegian researchers took a look at a group of older men and women. As they expected,... Read More The post Fitness Helps Counter Effe...

  • Is that Fragrance Making You Sick?

    If you prefer a fragrance-free environment, you may be out of luck these days. Here in the U.S. a surprising 99 percent of us are regularly exposed to fragranced products. However, that doesn’t mean everyone is happy about it.  New research finds that more than half of all Americans surveyed would prefer fragrance-free workplaces and healthcare... Read More The post Is that Fragrance Making You Si...

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  • Diet and Exercise Offer Equal Protection to Your Heart

    Should I diet, exercise or do both? This is a question everyone who wants to boost their heart health wrestles with at some point in time. Now, a new study finds that it doesn’t actually matter which strategy you select, as long as you lose weight while you’re doing it. “For men and women with excess body... Read More The post Diet and Exercise Offer Equal Protection to Your Heart appeared first o...

  • Need to Pass a Kidney Stone? Try Riding a Roller Coaster.

    If you’re having trouble passing kidney stones, a trip to Disney World may be in order. At least, that’s what Dr. David Wartinger at Michigan State University concludes after conducting a highly unusual bit of research. “Basically, I had patients telling me that after riding a particular roller coaster at Walt Disney World, they were able... Read More The post Need to Pass a Kidney Stone? Try Ridi...

  • Adult Education is a Fun Way to Make Friends and Boost Health

    Research repeatedly shows that people with strong social connections live longer than people who are more isolated. They also experience better mental and physical health as they age, with less risk of memory loss and cognitive issues.  So, if your social network is dwindling as you age, it may be time to go out and make... Read More The post Adult Education is a Fun Way to Make Friends and Boost ...

  • Mediterranean Diet Could Slash Risk of Macular Degeneration

    Macular degeneration is a big concern for aging adults. Once you’ve got it, it’s not reversible. And unfortunately, it’s the leading cause of vision loss in American adults 60 years of age and older. However, research presented at the October 2016 meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology shows that there is a way to... Read More The post Mediterranean Diet Could Slash Risk of Macular Degen...

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  • Are You Eating Meat… or an Animal?

    If you’ve been trying to cut down on your meat intake, researchers from Norway have made a weird connection that might help. The researchers wanted to find out what would happen when people were presented with meat products in different ways. And they found the more likely you are to view the meat as an animal,... Read More The post Are You Eating Meat… or an Animal? appeared first on Nutri-Health...

  • American Heart Association Warns of Statin Drug Interactions

    Just last week, the American Heart Association released a statement about statin drug interactions. They report that if you take a statin drug with another heart medication, you may be at higher risk of severe muscle toxicity. When you combine medications, there is always the risk that one drug will increase or decrease the effects of... Read More The post American Heart Association Warns of Stati...

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  • Is Your Stressed-Out Partner Making You Fat?

    If your spouse or significant other is stressed out, it might be a good idea to start watching your weight. That’s because your partner’s long-term stress levels may be adding inches to your waistline, suggests an intriguing new study. A team of researchers sampled a group of 2,042 married individuals. All of the participants answered questions... Read More The post Is Your Stressed-Out Partner Ma...

  • Prostate Cancer Treatment Raises Dementia Risk

    Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) is one of the most common treatments for prostate cancer. This treatment lowers testosterone levels in men. This, in turn, helps reduce the growth of tumors. Currently, about a half-million men in the U.S. receive this type of treatment. However, a new study finds that androgen deprivation therapy could more than double... Read More The post Prostate Cancer Treat...

  • Combination of Anger, Physical Exertion Could Triple Heart Attack Risk

    In movies and television shows we often see characters collapse from a heart attack when they are angry or engaged in heavy physically activity. But is this something that happens in real life? According to new research, the answer is yes. Both anger and physical exertion can trigger a heart attack. And if you experience both... Read More The post Combination of Anger, Physical Exertion Could Trip...

  • The Secret to Growing Old in Good Health

    A healthy lifestyle not only helps you live longer. It can also drastically shorten the amount of time you spend with a disability or major illness. This is the conclusion of a new 25-year study that included 5,888 people that were 65 years of age at the start of the study. Among the group, the average number... Read More The post The Secret to Growing Old in Good Health appeared first on Nutri-He...

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  • Negative Thoughts about Insomnia and Pain can Wreck Your Sleep

    Getting to sleep at night can be difficult if you suffer from back pain, arthritis or other painful symptoms. And if you don’t sleep well, your pain levels may worsen the next day.   While this connection makes a great deal of sense, it may not be the only factor in play. In fact, a news study... Read More The post Negative Thoughts about Insomnia and Pain can Wreck Your Sleep appeared first on Nu...

  • Study Suggests Bright Light Boosts Male Libido

    A flagging libido is something that strikes terror in the hearts of men. And unfortunately, around one out of every four men will experience this problem after the age of 40. While there are many treatment options, most involve some type of prescription drug. These, of course, often come with unwanted side effects. Now, research out of... Read More The post Study Suggests Bright Light Boosts Male ...

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  • Anxiety Linked to Cancer Deaths in Men

    Nobody likes feeling anxious. It can lead to excess worry, insomnia, muscle tension and perhaps even suicidal thoughts. It’s also linked to an increased risk of heart disease and other health disorders. But could it also increase your risk of early death from a disease like cancer? New data from the recent European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP)... Read More The post Anxiety Linked to C...

  • NSAID Drugs Could Double Your Risk of Heart Failure

    There has been a lot of news in recent years about both over-the-counter and prescription NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). Specifically, the FDA recently re-evaluated these drugs and found that the risk of heart attack and stroke can occur very early in treatment, even in the first weeks. Now, we’re learning that some of these pain relievers... Read More The post NSAID Drugs Could Do...

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  • Are Your Headaches Getting Worse? This Could Be Why.

    Everybody gets a headache every now and then. But if you get them more often than most, you may be at higher risk of developing thyroid problems. This is particularly true if you’re prone to migraine headaches. Hypothyroidism isn’t something to be taken lightly. When your body can’t make enough thyroid hormone it can lead to... Read More The post Are Your Headaches Getting Worse? This Could Be Why...

  • Great News for Anyone Who Has Ever Had Acne

    Putting up with acne isn’t any fun. It can be embarrassing and make you feel self-conscious about your looks. However, after all those years of misery, there may be a silver lining for acne sufferers. New research out of London finds that people who experience breakouts are more likely to have fewer wrinkles and younger looking... Read More The post Great News for Anyone Who Has Ever Had Acne appe...

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  • Laugh Your Way to More Physical Activity

    Getting enough exercise isn’t always easy. And it may be even more challenging for older adults who have limited mobility. However, the health benefits of regular physical activity are especially important to aging adults. Now, a unique moderate-intensity exercise program called LaughActive may help get seniors moving again—and enjoying every minute of it. In a new study,... Read More The post Lau...

  • De-Stress to Get Health Benefits of “Good” Fats

    Inflammation is a major factor when it comes to age-related health problems like heart disease, diabetes and arthritis. However, studies show that healthy fats—such as monounsaturated fats found in extra virgin olive oil and avocados—can reduce levels of inflammation. Thus, they have a protective effect. But do the health benefits of these good fats keep working,... Read More The post De-Stress to...

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  • Hidden Tooth Infection Boosts Heart Risk

    If the tip of one of your teeth is infected, it may increase the risk of plaque build-up in your arteries. Dental root tip infection, or apical periodontitis, is your body’s defense against an infection that occurs in your dental pulp. If the condition is chronic, you may never even feel it. The tooth may be... Read More The post Hidden Tooth Infection Boosts Heart Risk appeared first on Nutri-Hea...

  • Fidget Your Way to Healthier Arteries

    It’s no surprise that sitting for hours at a time reduces blood flow to your legs. However, that lack of circulating blood may contribute to your chances of developing cardiovascular disease. Now, researchers find that if you fidget while sitting you can protect the arteries in your legs—and potentially help prevent arterial disease. “Many of us sit... Read More The post Fidget Your Way to Healthi...

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  • FDA Warning: Ovarian Cancer Tests Unreliable

    Today, one of the most commonly used screening tests for ovarian cancer is the CA-125 blood test. CA-125 is a protein that is often high in women with ovarian cancer. However, many common conditions other than cancer can also result in high CA-125 levels. Additionally, not all women with ovarian cancer have abnormally high levels of... Read More The post FDA Warning: Ovarian Cancer Tests Unreliabl...

  • Americans More Concerned About Cancer than Zika

    If the news headlines have you worried about the Zika virus, you may be in the minority. A new Mayo Clinic National Health Checkup finds that Zika, along with other infectious diseases, are the least of our health concerns. The Health Checkup is conducted by telephone survey to obtain a quick pulse on consumer health opinions. “With the... Read More The post Americans More Concerned About Cancer t...

  • Why Women Sleep More Poorly than Men

    If you’re a woman, you might not be able to fall into deep, uninterrupted sleep as easily as a man does. Additionally, you’re more likely to suffer from insomnia, have problem focusing at night and wake up feeling groggy in the morning. You may think this has something to do with female hormones, but new research... Read More The post Why Women Sleep More Poorly than Men appeared first on Nutri-He...

  • Social Media Wards off Loneliness, Boosts Health in Seniors

    Despite popular belief, older individuals are taking part in the social media experience. And they’re reaping great rewards from it. These people have fewer chronic illnesses and better self-rated health. This news comes from a study of nearly 600 older adults with an average age of about 68. The study authors wanted to find out how social... Read More The post Social Media Wards off Loneliness, B...

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  • Cut Your Risk of Cardiovascular Death by as Much as 50 Percent

    Would you like to cut your risk of a heart attack or stroke by up to 30 percent? How about slashing your chances of dying from a cardiovascular event by as much as 50 percent? Research presented at last month’s European Society of Cardiology Congress shows there may be a way to do this. The study took... Read More The post Cut Your Risk of Cardiovascular Death by as Much as 50 Percent appeared fir...

  • Is the 5-Second Rule for Dropped Food Safe?

    If you drop food on the floor, do you toss it in the trash? Or do you take advantage the five-second rule that says you can safely scoop it up off the floor within five seconds of dropping it? “The popular notion of the ‘five-second rule’ is that food dropped on the floor, but picked up... Read More The post Is the 5-Second Rule for Dropped Food Safe? appeared first on Nutri-Health Supplements.

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