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Marijuana’s THC May Help Improve Memory In Older Adults

New study shows that a little marijuana a day may be good for the brain. A small dose of cannabis per day may help delay the aging process in the brain and improve memory in older adults, according to a new study published Monday in Nature Medicine. Scientists at the University of Bonn, along
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Cheese does not lead to heart attack or stroke

Stop with the cheese-shaming already. Eating cheese, and other full-fat dairy products like milk, does not raise the risk of heart attack or stroke, according to new research. Dairy was previously seen as hazardous because of its supposedly high saturated fat levels but experts are now calling
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4 reasons why women get turned off by sex

Over the years, a woman's sex drive can wax and wane due to many complex components. Low libido in women can be a contentious sore spot among couples when they want to engage in sex but she has little to no desire. Sexual satisfaction is an important part of a woman's overall health and well-
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Spring allergy season is also a bad time for eczema sufferers

Many of us associate spring with sniffling and itching, but one group of patients faces the season with particular dread — people with eczema, a set of chronic skin conditions that cause itchy red lesions. For patients with mild cases, the warmer temperatures can trigger flare-ups. But for pa
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Screens delay speech in toddlers: study

Siri the babysitter may be causing speech delays in toddlers. Toddlers who use handheld screens before they begin to talk can experience delays in expressive speech, says new research presented to the 2017 Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. “By their 18-month check-ups,” the abstract r
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Improve your workout with a potty mouth: study

You’ll swear by this new exercise technique. No, really. A new study, presented by Dr. Richard Stephens, of Britain’s Keele University, David Spierer & Emmanuel Katehis, of Long Island University Brooklyn, says that cursing while exercising at the gym leads to a better workout. Two ex
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Does baby powder cause cancer? Another jury says yes

TRENTON, N.J. — Johnson & Johnson has been hit with a multimillion-dollar jury verdict for the fourth time over whether the talc in its iconic baby powder causes ovarian cancer when applied regularly for feminine hygiene. Late Thursday, a St. Louis jury awarded $110.5 million to Lois Slem
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Rich and poor people can agree on one thing: love of fast food

Contrary to popular belief, a survey of baby boomers showed that people across all economic divides indulge in fast food. Middle-income Americans were most likely to eat at the chains, but only by a slim margin. "It's not mostly poor people eating fast food in America," said Jay Zagor
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Eight ways marijuana seeds can be used for medicine every day

Forget about the bud! Check out these health benefits of seeds. We have all heard about the supposed benefits of using marijuana seeds. Those who push for the use of these seeds have reported that they can be used as medicine, leading to numerous health benefits. It can be hard to know whether
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What is Exploding Head Syndrome and how to tell if you have it

Hint: It's a sleep disorder. This rare disease has a lot of mystery surrounding it, but it’s definitely not as bad as it sounds. Exploding Head Syndrome sounds like the end of the world but in reality it’s a sleep disorder that affects around 13 percent of the world’s population at some p
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