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I’ve been a practicing physician for more than 10 years now, and have unfortunately treated many patients whose stories were just heartbreaking. One patient, however, stands out so indelibly in my mind; her story, so very sad, and so very preventable. I met Marian, a 33-year-old nurse and wife, one year after the birth of her first child. She had some medical difficulties during her pregnancy, including high blood sugar, which was brought under control with healthy diet and exercise. Personally, things weren’t much better, either. Her husband had lost his job shortly after Marian found out she was pregnant. […]
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(CBS News) For the past decade, women who are post-menopausal have been getting conflicting information about hormone replacement therapy. Now, a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association is adding to the debate. The study of 1,326 women taking synthetic hormones over seven years found no risk to cognitive functions for women 50-55, and some cognitive decline for women 65 and older.
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While trying to lose weight is often a reason not to eat food, what if we told you that eating certain types of food can help you lose weight, too? Most people view food as the enemy when they’re dieting, always thinking of the weight they might gain because of a food’s high calorie count or the amount of fat it has, but dieting doesn’t always have to be about abstinence. Rather than just avoiding certain foods because of their high fat content, it’s important to consider some foods because of their proactive qualities or because of how they can […]
An ice-cold cocktail sounds can be a nice way to beat the summer heat. Sadly, those sugary mojitos and pina coladas could do some major damage to your waistline. Talk about a buzzkill. For those looking to cool down with a libation, you can still enjoy that cocktail without putting your swimsuit-ready figure at risk. While drinking in moderation and being mindful of how many you consume are no-brainers, there are some other ways you can keep your calorie intake in check. Read more: http://magazine.foxnews.com/food-wellness/10-low-calorie-summer-cocktails#ixzz2bUdJVg3D