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Stem cells repair damaged circuits in mice with Parkinson’s

A study suggests a type of nerve cell derived from stem cells can make the right connections when implanted into the brain, restoring lost motor function. Parkinson’s disease is a progressive degenerative disorder that affects muscular control. Its symptoms include tremor, rigidity, slowness of movement, and impaired balance. Difficulties with swallowing and speaking are also…
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Over 1.5 Million People Have Recovered From Coronavirus Around the World

As cases of a new coronavirus climbed to more than 4.2 million on Wednesday, more than 1.5 million people were deemed to have recovered, according to a tracker maintained by Johns Hopkins University. Officials suspect the number of people who have recovered is higher than has been reported, as people with mild cases or those…
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6 Health Benefits of Yard Work

The National Institute of Health recommends that individuals do about two and half hours a week of physical activity to reap the most physical activity benefit. But let’s face it, some weeks that is a large order to fill. Really, who has time to go to the gym that much? Lucky for you, we have…
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Worlds Best Bacon Pea Salad

I always loved the little POP of biting into peas. I love them so much that I’ve even been known to dig into the bag of frozen peas for a fast, cold snack in the dog days of summer. It just goes together with bacon like no other. I haven’t done anything but eat it…
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Incorporating Nutrition Education into Your Home Routine

Guest post by Melanie Marcus MA, RDNutrition and Health Communications, Dole Food Company Engaging children in family meals at home is undeniably positive—it helps them maintain a healthy weight, achieve more success in school and even get more nutritious fruits and veggies in their diets! But what can parents do teach nutrition at home outside of eating…
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How to Reduce “Text Neck” Pain

The phrase “pain in the neck” usually refers to a task that is irritating or bothersome. But sometimes, the phrase is literal. Whether you slept the wrong way or have “Text Neck” a stiff or sore neck is a painful reminder of limitations in your mobility. Neck pain is on the increase—much of it due…
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Sunlamps and Sunlamp Products (Tanning Beds/Booths)

Description Risks/Benefits Information for the Public Laws, Regulations & Standards Industry Guidance Other Resources The FDA wants consumers to know that UV radiation in tanning devices poses serious health risks. A 2009 report by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), part of the World Health Organization, concludes that tanning devices are more dangerous than…
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How Quitting Helps Women’s Health

Quitting smoking has many benefits for your physical and emotional health. Learn how quitting can improve your health now and in the future. Physical Benefits of Quitting Within 20 minutes of quitting, nicotine starts to leave your body and it begins to heal. You’ll get some of these benefits right away. Quitting also improves your…
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Smoking: A Women’s Health Issue

Harold Clinic Pharmacy- Smoking for anyone, at any age, is dangerous and can lead to preventable disease, and even death. But, for women, smoking carries certain additional risks. While many Americans may know that smoking can cause cardiovascular disease and certain cancers, like lung cancer, they may not be aware that smoking can also negatively…
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Having Naloxone on Hand Can Save a Life During an Opioid Overdose

Anyone can save a life during an opioid overdose with naloxone, a front-line defense in the nation’s opioid crisis. Naloxone is a life-saving drug that, when sprayed into the nose or injected, quickly reverses the powerful effects of opioids during an overdose. Everyone who overdoses with opioids, whether it is with a prescribed medicine or…
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