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Simple Way to Reduce Nighttime Bathroom Trips

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A new study shows that one easy diet change can end annoying nighttime bathroom trips.

After age 50, most people wake up one or more times a night to urinate. This is a condition called nocturia. It can lead to sleep disruption, daytime tiredness, irritability, and stress.1

Most people with this problem are told to reduce the amount of water they drink before bedtime.

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This Fruit Juice Keeps Seniors Mentally Sharp, Study Finds

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A new study shows that a daily dose of one kind of fruit juice increases blood flow to the brain, improving cognitive function and memory in seniors. Not only that, the findings suggest the juice reduces depression.

What is this miracle drink?

It’s the juice of a superfood that you may already eat: blueberry.

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Did Carrie Fisher Die of This Mineral Deficiency?

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Carrie Fisher’s fatal cardiac arrest was likely caused by a common mineral deficiency.

That’s the belief of one of the nation’s top medical researchers, Dr. George Lundberg. He says the sudden death of the Star Wars actress shows the classic signs of low magnesium.

Dr. Lundberg was editor in chief of the prestigious Journal of the American Medical Association for 30 years.

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The Parkinson’s Mindfulness Miracle

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Editor’s Note: We are happy to announce that world-renowned brain health expert Dr. Paul Nussbaum is joining our team at The Institute for Natural Healing.

He is an adjunct professor in neurological surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Dr. Nussbaum’s groundbreaking work was recently featured in The New York Times.

Watch your inbox in the coming weeks for Dr.

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What Really Killed Mary Tyler Moore?

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What really caused the death of beloved actress Mary Tyler Moore?

Was it type 1 diabetes, which famously plagued the actress for almost her entire adult life? Or was it pneumonia, which sent her to the hospital in the days before her death? Did cardiac arrest kill her? This is what the public was told caused her death on Wednesday at age 80.

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Study Reveals How to Maximize the Health Benefits of Walking

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Americans know they have a sitting problem. Study after study has shown that our sedentary lifestyle is killing us.

It leads to atherosclerosis, heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, kidney failure, and many other life-threatening illnesses.1,2,3

Since many of us spend our days at desk jobs, we try to compensate by taking long walks in the mornings, evenings, and on weekends.

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