Talk Therapy Linked To Lower Suicide Risk

Talk therapy significantly reduces suicide attempts and deaths among people who have previously attempted suicide, a new study finds.

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The Scientific Reason You Should Spend More Time Cuddling

A new shop in Oregon is charging customers 60 bucks for a snuggle session. Find out why touch is the ultimate mind-body medicine.

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Runners Over 65 Have Walking Metabolism Similar to 20-Somethings

Jogging helps seniors maintain their ability to walk, a new study finds.

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Scientists I.D. Stems Cells That Make Your Nails Grow

Researchers have discovered the stem cells that allow your nails to grow back after you lose them.

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FDA Adds ‘Boxed Warning’ to Devices Used to Remove Uterine Fibroids

By Dennis Thompson
HealthDay Reporter
MONDAY, Nov. 24, 2014 (HealthDay News) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday announced that new “boxed warning” labels will be added to devices called laparoscopic power morcellators, which are used to grind up uterine fibroid growths.
The warning labels follow a recommendation issued in July by an FDA advisory panel [...]

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Restroom Hand Dryers Spread More Germs Than Paper Towels

Those air-blown hand dryers in public restrooms may spread far more germs than conventional paper towels, a new study suggests.

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How to Make the Perfect Pumpkin Madeleines

Before fall’s through, you should enjoy as much pumpkin as you can. These delicious pumpkin madeleines from Lena Kwak are a sweet and healthy way to indulge.

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5 Myths and Facts About Sagging Breasts

Take this true-or-false quiz to see just how much you know about what does (and doesn’t) cause your dynamic duo to droop.

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How to Host (or Attend) a Successful Friendsgiving

Whether you can’t celebrate with your family, you’d prefer to break bread with friends, or you just want a second chance to eat stuffing, Friendsgiving sounds like an awesome day…as long as everyone pitches in. Here are 11 things to keep in mind.

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5 Signs You Should Take a Break From Social Media

The more time you spend liking and tweeting, the less enjoyable you may find your own life. Here’s how to tell if you should (temporarily) sign off.

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10 Fitness Trackers Worthy of a Spot on Your Wish List

These days you don’t need to hire an expensive personal trainer; with a fitness tracker you can wear one on your wrist.

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Tattoo-Removal Laser May Help Reduce Acne Scars

The same kind of laser that is used to remove tattoos may reduce scarring from acne, a small pilot study shows.

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1 in 5 U.S. Adults Dealt With a Mental Illness in 2013

Nearly one in five American adults — 43.8 million people — had a diagnosable mental illness in 2013, federal officials reported Thursday.

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How a Challenging Job Could Be Good for Your Brain

Jobs requiring intellectually challenging tasks may help preserve thinking skills and memory as workers age, a new study suggests.

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Drink a Lot? You’re Probably Not an Alcoholic

Most people who drink to excess or binge drink are not alcoholics, a new U.S. government report says.

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5 Reasons to Love Cinnamon

The spice boosts satiety, mimics sweetness, and offers antioxidants. Here are more potential health benefits of cinnamon, plus 10 delicious ways to use it.

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How Texting Can Seriously Mess Up Your Spine

New research shows just how bad looking down at your phone is for your neck.

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