ALLERGY, RESPIRATORY
Air Pollution May Raise Blood Pressure
Combating Myths About Seasonal Allergies
Asthmatics Who Quit Smoking May Reverse Lung Damage
ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE
Yoga May Bring Calm to Breast Cancer Treatment
Green Tea May Help Brain Cope With Sleep Disorders
Acupuncture Eases Side Effects of Head, Neck Cancer Treatments
ANIMAL CARE
Safe Toys for Dogs
'Comfort Dogs' Come to Emotional Rescue
Rest Easy. When It Comes to Swine Flu, Your Pet Is Safe
BONES & JOINTS
Alcohol Abuse Can Damage Bones
Fall Sports Peak Time for Lower Leg Damage
Postmenopausal Women With Breast Cancer Face Joint Issues
CANCER
Yoga Eases Sleep Problems Among Cancer Survivors
Smoking Ups Risk of Second Breast Cancer
Some Spices Cut Cancer Risk That Comes With Grilled Burgers
CAREGIVING
3 Steps Might Help Stop MRSA's Spread
Recession Scrambling Health Spending in U.S.
U.S. Mental Health Spending Rises, But Many Still Left Out
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
Potassium-Rich Foods May Cut Stroke, Heart Disease Risk
Secondhand Smoke Quickly Affects Blood Vessels
Walk 100 Steps a Minute for 'Moderate' Exercise
COSMETIC
Science May Banish Bad Hair Days
Mouse Study Finds Molecule That Tells Hair to Grow
Contact Lenses Boost Kids' Self-Image
DENTAL, ORAL
Good Oral Hygiene May Protect Against Heart Infections
Gum Disease Treatment Doesn't Cut Preterm Birth Risk
Dental Implants Need More Work Than Root Canals
DIABETES
24 Million Americans Had Diabetes in 2007
Abnormal Heart Rhythm Boosts Death Risk for Diabetics
Arthritis Hits More Than Half of Diabetics
DIET, NUTRITION
Drinking Your Way to Health? Perhaps Not
Eating in America Still Unhealthy
Antioxidant-Rich Foods Lose Nutritional Luster Over Time
DISABILITIES
Review Finds Marijuana May Help MS Patients
Could Your Cell Phone Help Shield You From Alzheimer's?
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
Home Renovations by Affluent Families Can Unleash Lead Threat
Golf Course Insecticides Pose Little Danger to Players
Sunken, Unexploded Bombs Pose Cancer Risk
EYE CARE, VISION
Brain Adapts to Age-Related Eye Disease
Unconscious Learning: In the Eye of the Beholder?
Nutrient-Rich Diet Lowers Risk of Age-Related Eye Disease
FITNESS
Have Fun This Summer, But DO Be Careful
Fall Cleanup Is a Prime Time for Accidents
Any Exercise Good After a Heart Attack
GASTROINTESTINAL PROBLEMS
Traditional Nonsurgical GERD Treatments Not Impressive
Soothing Imagery May Help Rid Some Kids of Stomach Pain
Peppermint Oil, Fiber Can Fight Irritable Bowel
GENERAL HEALTH
Soluble Fiber, But Not Bran, Soothes Irritable Bowel
Research Shows Genetic Activity of Antioxidants
Why Am I So Tired? Could It Be Low Thyroid?
HEAD & NECK
Zen May Thicken Brain, Thwart Pain
Ski Helmets Encouraged for All
Many Children Will Outgrow Headaches
HEALTH & TECHNOLOGY
Subway Defibrillators Save Lives
'Comfort Dogs' Come to Emotional Rescue
Imaging Sheds Light on How Acupuncture Works
HEARING
Noise Hurts Men's Hearing More, Study Shows
Summer Sounds Can Lead to Hearing Loss
HEART & CARDIOVASCULAR
Chinese Red Yeast Rice May Prevent Heart Attack
Dark Chocolate May Lower Stroke Risk
Low Vitamin D Levels Linked to Heart Disease
INFECTIOUS DISEASE
Older Adults May Have Some Immunity to Swine Flu
Surgical Masks Could Prevent Flu, Maybe
Swine Flu Is Now a Pandemic Says W.H.O.
INFERTILITY
Obesity May Affect Fertility in Young Womene
KID'S HEALTH
Working Intensely Early on May Help Autistic Kids
Health Tip: Back Pain in Children
Babies Who Eat Fish Lower Eczema Risk
MEN'S HEALTH
Exercise May Prevent Prostate Cancer: Study Shows
Drinking Green Tea May Slow Prostate Cancer
Noise Hurts Men's Hearing More, Study Shows
MENTAL HEALTH
Most Depressed Teens Don't Get Treatment
Bullying Seems to Affect Kids Years Later
Psychotherapy Can Boost Happiness More Than Money
PAIN
Are We Exercising Pain Away? Not So Much.
Acupuncture, Real or Fake, Eases Back Pain
'Cell Phone Elbow' -- A New Ill for the Wired Age
PHYSICAL THERAPY
PREGNANCY
Woman in America Are Delaying Motherhood, Study Says
Obesity May Affect Fertility in Young Womene
Expectant Mom's Exercise Keeps Newborn's Birth Weight Down
SENIORS
Boost In Elderly Population Will Be Felt Worldwide
Video Gaming Just Might Fight Aging
A Little Alcohol May Stave Off Alzheimer's
SEXUAL HEALTH
SLEEP DISORDERS
Moderate Aerobics May Ease Insomnia Symptoms
Lose Weight, Sleep Apnea May Improve
Meditation May Help Put Primary Insomnia to Bed
WOMEN'S HEALTH
Varicose Veins May Mask Larger Problem
Sleeping Could Help Women Lose The Baby Fat
Natural Oils Help Lower Body Fat For Some
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Tai Chi and Qigong Offer Many Health Benefits: Review 07/08/2010 - By Robert Preidt

Tai Chi and Qigong Offer Many Health Benefits: Review

Eastern 'exercises' may aid heart, immune system, balance, bone health and quality of life, researchers say


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Exercise Helps Reduce Falls in Young and Old 06/14/2010 - By eholistic.com

Exercise Helps Reduce Falls in Young and Old

Two hours of aerobic activity a week lowers the risk, researchers found


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More Steps a Day Lead to Better Health 05/20/2010 - By eholistic.com

More Steps a Day Lead to Better Health

Study suggests walking may help prevent metabolic syndrome


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Being Active an Hour a Day Puts Brakes on Weight Gain 03/24/2010 - By eholistic.com

Being Active an Hour a Day Puts Brakes on Weight Gain

Walking, biking, dancing can all help normal-weight women as they age, study finds


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Tai Chi: An Ideal Exercise for Many People with Diabetes 03/10/2010 - By eholistic.com

Tai Chi: An Ideal Exercise for Many People with Diabetes

Regular exercise is a must to help achieve blood sugar control if you have diabetes. Tai chi, an ancient Chinese meditative exercise, may help you do that.


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As Temperature Plummets, It's Still Safe to Exercise 02/22/2010 - By eholistic.com

As Temperature Plummets, It's Still Safe to Exercise

Just dress appropriately and avoid extreme conditions, expert says


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Barefoot Best for Running? 01/28/2010 - By eholistic.com

Barefoot Best for Running?

Study finds people are more likely to strike forefoot first, easing impact


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Weak Muscles May Cause 'Runner's Knee' 12/03/2009 - By eholistic.com

Weak Muscles May Cause 'Runner's Knee'

Hamstrings, quadriceps and fallen arches take the blame in new study


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