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Walk Your Way To Better Health

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Most of us believe that our big brain is what sets humans apart from other species. And that’s what anthropologists thought for decades. All the fossils of our hominid ancestors indicated larger brains.

But everything changed in 1974.

That’s when the fossilized skeleton of a female human ancestor was unearthed in Ethiopia. Scientists called the specimen “Lucy.”

Her remains were 3.2

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The Deadly Secret Behind Heartburn Pills

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We’ve warned you for years about the dangers of proton pump inhibitors (like omeprazole, lansoprazole, and esomeprazole) and other popular acid-suppressing medications for treating heartburn.

They expose you to a wide range of serious health problems, such as osteoporosis, heart attacks, kidney and liver problems, and vitamin deficiencies. One study found they even increase coronavirus risk.

Now, research shows that the medications may be even more risky than anybody thought.

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3 Ways to Avoid the Sneaky Toxin That’s Everywhere

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The FDA made big headlines a few years ago when it banned the antibacterial chemical triclosan from hand soaps and body washes.

It’s linked to cancer, thyroid disorders, and fertility problems.[1]

We should all feel safer, right?

Actually, the ban did practically nothing to protect our health. That’s because it’s filled with loopholes to accommodate the chemical and cosmetic industry.

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Top 5 Exercises for Stronger Bones

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Swimming and bicycling are great exercises. But if you’re at risk for osteoporosis or you want stronger bones, you need something else.

Researchers have found that jumping and resistance activities—not cardio or endurance workouts—promote stronger bones.

Dr. Pamela Hinton is an associate professor of nutrition and exercise physiology at the University of Missouri. She led a study that examined which workouts were best for bone health.

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Never Do This to Your Ears

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Almost half of people over 65 have some degree of hearing loss.[1]

And scientists have found a surprising reason why so many seniors are going deaf.

Yes, the ear-splitting rock concerts from years ago may have taken their toll…

But there’s another culprit as well, one that may be even more harmful.

Experts at the American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery Foundation say that the one thing people do most often to maintain their ear health actually can damage their hearing.

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Daily Aspirin Risks Outweigh Benefits for Most People

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For years, doctors recommended that seniors take a baby aspirin every day to prevent heart attacks and strokes. That advice seemed to make sense because aspirin is a blood thinner.

Doctors and patients figured it could stop the blood clots that lead to those deadly events.

The only problem was that there were no large, well-designed studies that actually showed this to be true.

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