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Women with a history of migraine headaches may suffer severe hot flashes during menopause, and this combo may boost their risk for heart disease, researchers say. Migraine doesn't cause more or worse hot flashes — or vice versa. But both [Read More...] about Are Migraines and Menopause Tied?
An ongoing study of more than 6 million Americans found no serious side effects linked to mRNA COVID-19 vaccines. "These results from our safety surveillance are reassuring," said Dr. Nicola Klein, director of the Kaiser Permanente Vaccine Study Center in [Read More...] about Major Study Finds No Serious Health Issues From Pfizer, Moderna Vaccines
Want to have attractive, well-groomed hands? Here's a guide to the right way to trim your nails. The American Academy of Dermatology notes that short, manicured nails not only look great, but are less likely to trap dirt and bacteria [Read More...] about 7 Tips for Healthy Nails
After a stroke, survivors can greatly increase their odds for many more years of life through activities as easy as a half-hour's stroll each day, new research shows. The nearly five-year-long Canadian study found that stroke survivors who walked or [Read More...] about Daily Half-Hour Walk Can Greatly Boost Survival After Stroke
Gramo por gramo y caloría por caloría, las verduras de hojas verdes y otros tipos de verduras son las claras ganadoras respecto a la cantidad de nutrientes que suministran. Pero muchas frutas también tienen un lugar en la dieta. Los [Read More...] about Estas son las cinco principales frutas que debe añadir a su dieta
If you struggle with anxiety, you might want to skip that second cup of coffee, new research suggests. For some people, caffeine may help with concentration and provide an energy boost, but it can cause problems for those with general [Read More...] about Is Caffeine Fueling Your Anxieties?