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Any time you visit a health care provider, safety is top of mind. This is particularly true with certain patient populations – for example, seniors. That’s why a recent study comparing post-visit injuries is so important.
Why It Matters and What You Can Do
Three Ways to Build Muscle
Acid Suppressants Linked to Fractures
Get Back on Your Feet After an Ankle Sprain
Any physical activity is healthy activity, right? Not so fast. Where you do it might make a big difference in terms of your health. It could boil down to whether your activity is performed on or off the job.
Does something as simple as including "added sugars" on nutritional labels save lives? According to new research, the answer is a resounding yes, and its benefits go even beyond that.
High blood pressure is a major risk factor for heart attack and stroke. Fortunately, drinking tea, both green and black, can help reduce the risk, and researchers are beginning to understand why.
Children who suffer a concussion may experience mental health issues post-concussion ... and these issues could persist for several years.
Smokers who gain weight after they quit smoking are actually healthier than if they'd kept the weight off, but continued smoking.