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Proponents Should Not Overlook Legitimate Concerns About Cannabis (Mis)use

Proponents Should Not Overlook Legitimate Concerns About Cannabis (Mis)use

Apr 10, 2019 - It's a new day for marijuana, with mounting evidence about the potential medicinal benefits... But intellectually honest discussion by legalization advocates means not throwing out the baby with the bathwater.

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Even Without Symptoms, Lung Cancer Screening May Be a Lifesaver

Even Without Symptoms, Lung Cancer Screening May Be a Lifesaver

Apr 5, 2019 - You're a Baby Boomer with a history of smoking, and although you don't have any symptoms, you're afraid of the big C. Instead of just crossing your fingers, why not take the test that can give the early detection that just might save you?

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Noise-Related Hearing Loss Is Both Permanent and Avoidable

Noise-Related Hearing Loss Is Both Permanent and Avoidable

Mar 21, 2019 - Everywhere you go these days people are plugged in to their smartphones. Increasingly, those people are damaging their hearing. But a little awareness can help you not be one of them.

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Blue Light: Bad for Sleep but Good for Heart Health?

Blue Light: Bad for Sleep but Good for Heart Health?

Feb 24, 2019 - Blue light has gotten a bad rap in recent years, but new research suggests that a different sort of exposure than you get from your electronic devices may help with high blood pressure and more.

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Green Living a Healthier Heart (and We're Not Talking about Just Your Diet)

Green Living a Healthier Heart (and We're Not Talking about Just Your Diet)

Feb 13, 2019 - The benefits of green space have long been hypothesized as wide-ranging. Now a new study homes in on how green living may benefit your health at the very heart of things.

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Repair Cafés: An Old Approach to New Tech

Repair Cafés: An Old Approach to New Tech

Jan 25, 2019 - Part and parcel of our conspicuous consumerism is to buy new products even when the old ones can be repaired. It's an insidious cycle that may lead to ruin. But some people are trying to fix the problem⎯literally.

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Giving Is Good, But It’s Best When Targeted Wisely

Giving Is Good, But It’s Best When Targeted Wisely

Dec 5, 2018 - Tis the season of giving. But regardless of the time of year, the best donations to charity are the ones that are well informed.

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The State of the Art of Flu Prevention and Treatment

The State of the Art of Flu Prevention and Treatment

Nov 16, 2018 - You know the flu from first-hand experience, but what do you really know about it? Brush up on the facts—and learn about some recent developments.

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Beliefs Need to Change Before We Enjoy Full Benefits of Flu Vaccination

Beliefs Need to Change Before We Enjoy Full Benefits of Flu Vaccination

Oct 30, 2018 - It’s that time of year again. No, not the holidays—we’re talking about the flu. But with half of parents believing that flu vaccines can cause the flu, call it the season of misinformation.

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Do Pink Products Raise Cancer Awareness, or Is It All About the Green?

Do Pink Products Raise Cancer Awareness, or Is It All About the Green?

Oct 19, 2018 - While it may be debatable whether making a product pink one month per year is good for cancer awareness, there’s no question of whether it’s good business.

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