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Look at Your Face for This Sign You’re Headed for a Heart Attack

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, General Health

Being overweight… 

A bad diet… 

Lack of exercise… 

A family history of heart disease… 

Everybody knows these are signs that a heart attack could be in your future. 

But researchers found there’s a major risk factor that you can see by looking in the mirror. 

It raises your chances of a heart attack by nearly 1,000%. 

Your Heart Health Is Written on Your Face 

Forehead wrinkles may be the last thing you’d associate with heart disease.Read More

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10 Best Healthy Halloween Treats 

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition


Who wants to deny the kids a sweet treat on Halloween? If it’s just once a year, can a sugar splurge be so bad?  

The problem is that Halloween has evolved far beyond a one-day candy-fest. 

The average American now eats 3 1/2 pounds of sweets during the increasingly lengthy Halloween season. The average trick-or-treater totes home more than 21 ounces of pure sugar.Read More

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The Simple Solution to Regaining Your Mental Sharpness 

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, General Health


Was it hard to concentrate during that important work meeting? 

Maybe the crossword puzzle was more difficult than usual? 

Or perhaps you had a hard time remembering what you were supposed to buy at the grocery store. 

You may think these common mental lapses are a normal part of getting older. But a study shows that there is often a simple solution that can restore your cognitive sharpness.Read More

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Put Menopause on Hold by Eating This 

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Women's Health


The hot flashes…  

The mood swings…  

The insomnia…  

Menopause can be miserable. 

But it turns out there is a way to delay the “change of life” for years. And you can do it naturally, without hormone treatments or drugs, a major study finds.  

Researchers at the University of Leeds compiled data on 14,000 women. They were part of a multi-decade ongoing national health study in England.Read More

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This Diet Improves Your Memory While Helping You Lose Weight 

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Weight Loss

Low-carb diets have become wildly popular in recent years—for good reason. 

Studies show that they help people lose weight better than traditional low-fat diets. And low-carb dieters are better able to keep off the weight over the long-term.  

A low-carb diet also helps reduce belly fat, lower blood sugar, and improves cholesterol better than other types of diets.i 

Now, researchers have found that low-carb eating has another benefit you might not expect.Read More