Netflix. Amazon. Hulu. Whatever your vehicle for viewing your favorite shows, you may want to hit “pause” on your binge-watching habit. According to new research, people who often watch TV are more likely to develop dangerous blood clots than those who rarely tune in.
Here are some tips: Eat seafood 4 times a week. Stick to a regular sleep schedule. Cultivate your mental well-being.
A new study has found a strong link between heavy alcohol use and dementia, especially in early-onset dementia, which occurs before age 65.
In an effort to reduce opioid-related deaths, the U.S. Surgeon General recently released a public health advisory on the use of the overdose-reversing drug naloxone.
Hair spray, antifreeze, house paint. These and other common items found in any home are useful products when used correctly. In the wrong hands, however, they can be deadly.
An exercise imaging stress test shows how well blood flows inside your heart and how well your heart pumps blood. It gives your healthcare provider more information than a non-imaging stress test.
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