07/07/2015
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  • NEWS

    People's bodies age at very different rates, even when they're born only a year apart, according to a study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.. Learn more


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    New research published in JAMA Pediatrics suggests that many doctors and health care professionals still report to work when they’re sick--despite the risk it may cause for their patients. Learn more


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    Older adults don't have to become workout warriors to maintain their heart health. According to new research at Tufts University, they can halve their risk of heart failure simply through moderate physical activity, moderate drinking, no smoking and avoiding obesity. Learn more

  • QUOTE OF
    THE DAY

    The old believe everything, the middle-aged suspect everything, the young know everything.

    —Oscar Wilde


  • NEWS

    Men with low testosterone levels have higher rates of depression than men in the general population, concludes new research at George Washington University. Learn more


  • NEWS

    Playing video games within 24 hours of suffering a traumatic event could help reduce the occurrence of flashbacks or recurring bad memories, according to new research conducted by the Medical Research Council’s Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in the U.K. Learn more

  • SLICE OF HISTORY

    Driving gets a whole lot safer when a U.S. patent is awarded to a Swedish engineer named Nils Bohlin for an invention he calls the “three-point seat belt.” The U.S. didn’t require seat belts in American cars until 1968, a year after Bohlin, a safety engineer at Volvo, presented a study showing that the belts reduced the risk of injury or death by as much as 75 percent. Get the full story.

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