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5 unusual headaches: Signs to watch for and what to do

Headaches come in lots of varieties, and some are easily recognizable. A migraine classically causes throbbing, pounding pain that lasts for hours — sometimes even days — on one side
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Micro-scale depictions solve century-old puzzle of brain energy use and blood vessel clusters — ScienceDaily

Our brains are non-stop consumers. A labyrinth of blood vessels, stacked end-to-end comparable in length to the distance from San Diego to Berkeley, ensures a continuous flow of oxygen and
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‘Telestroke’ Care at Hospitals Is Improving Patient Outcomes

By Ernie Mundell and Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporters TUESDAY, March 2, 2021 (HealthDay News) — You’ve had a stroke and arrive at a hospital, but the stroke specialist is off-duty.
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Victorian Royal Commission the final piece in solving the national mental health reform puzzle

Mental Health Australia has today welcomed the release of the final report from the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System, and the commitment to implement all recommendations, saying such
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Best Type of Cardio for Building and Preserving Muscle?

There’s an old saying about bodybuilding, which says that whatever you did to build muscle, also preserves muscle. The best tactic to build muscle, as we already know, is to
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Remembering the lives lost to COVID-19: Juan Ordoñez, 40, of North Arlington, N.J.

Remembering the lives lost to COVID-19: Juan Ordoñez, 40, of North Arlington, N.J. Thank you for stopping by and reading this news release on Healthy Living and related news updates
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How to be there for a friend ? : mentalhealth

Thank you for for sharing. A reminder: if you are seeking resources in your local area, please provide that in the post so that users can share appropriate links and
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Cathy Madeo: E-RYT 500-Hour Yoga Expert On International Women’s Day

Cathy Madeo is an E-RYT 500-Hour RYT, YACEP certified yoga instructor, social media influencer, entrepreneur, and mom of 2. She has devoted her life to the study, practice and teaching
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Fighting prostate cancer in the Mississippi Delta, one man at a time – Talking About Men’s Health™

In the impoverished communities of the Mississippi Delta, where prostate cancer death rates are more than 28 men per 100,000, residents were leery about the concept of research. Delta residents
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How to have an argument

Whether it’s with a partner, colleague, friend, or family member, we get some expert insight into managing arguments, communicating in the throes of passion, and discovering your ‘conflict style’ Like
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Single Dose of Pfizer COVID Vaccine Highly Effective in Previously Infected People

By Robert PreidtHealthDay Reporter A single dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine provides strong protection against the new coronavirus in people who’ve already been infected, two new British studies say.
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NIMH » Let’s Talk About Eating Disorders with NIMH Grantee Dr. Cynthia Bulik

Transcript Cynthia Bulik: Hello, thank you for joining me today. My name is Dr. Cynthia Bulik. I’m a professor at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill’s School of Medicine,
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The Power of Micro Workouts

Despite what most people might think, you really don’t need much time to work out. In fact, even ten to twenty (or yes, twelve) minutes of challenging exercise a few
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Top Ways to Relieve Body Pain

Top Ways to Relieve Body Pain Top Ways to Relieve Body Pain : As winter starts to unfold itself, body pain begins to regulate. Weather changes come with their own bunch
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5 Tasty Fruit Beers That Re-Use Waste, Piquette-Style

Aluminum cans aren’t the only thing brewers are recycling. Increasingly, brewers are making fruit beers with previously fermented fruits such as blackberries and peaches, plus pressed grape skins and stems,
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Covid-19 vaccine: How an EUA can impact the timeline

Emergency use authorization is what its name suggests: a medical product that gets special authorization by the US Food and Drug Administration to be used during an emergency. Sometimes it’s a
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Evidence of disturbed gene activity in the brain as a result of heart problems — ScienceDaily

Heart problems cause disturbed gene activity in the brain’s memory center, from which cognitive deficits arise. Researchers at the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE), the University Medical Center Göttingen
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Best toys for kids that they will love for their birthday

Great birthday gifts for kids. (Markus Spiske via Unsplash/) Shopping for toys for kids can be the ultimate exercise in trial and error. Young children are cute and cuddly, but
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Weekly CEO Update: It’s understanding and communicating the ‘WHY?’ that really matters in the workplace

As we near the 12-month mark of the disruption and change as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and look to learn from those subsequent changes and challenges across many
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What Goes into Each Bottle of Northern Chill?

When most people think of electrolytes, it usually involves brightly-colored and artificially-flavored sports drinks that supposedly aid us in the gym. Problem is, a lot of those are overflowing with more added
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My girlfriend has severe mental health problems and is suicidal and I need advice on how I can help and what I should do? : mentalhealth

My girlfriend has been constantly telling me she’s suicidal but also assures me that she won’t do anything but I keep fucking up by saying things that upset her. For
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Best RxGym Alternative: Exercise.com vs. RxGym

Exercise.com: Your RxGym Alternative Why Choose Exercise.com? Here are five reasons why fitness professionals use Exercise.com vs. RxGym.   Fitness Business Management Software to Run Your Business Unlike RxGym, Exercise.com
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Lose Your Gut and Drop Belly Fat

By Daniel Gwartney, M.D. The average person not only is seeking to lose fat for the overall health benefit; he or she is typically fixated on one “problem area.” Many
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Does Muscle Soreness Really Mean Your Workouts Are Effective? – Men’s Health Singapore

You’ve crushed your leg session. That means your lower body is in the clear until the next time leg day rolls around, right? Well, not exactly. For a lot of
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Is Coronavirus Reinfection Possible? – The Atlantic

Read: The body is far from helpless against coronavirus variants. These evasion tactics seem to play a role in enabling coronaviruses that cause common colds to infiltrate the human population
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preventative counselling for new parents

They say nothing can prepare you for your first baby, and that might well be true. But here, with the help of a counsellor, we explore preventive relationship counselling, and
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Ghana Receives First COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery from COVAX

(ACCRA, Ghana) — Ghana received the world’s first delivery of coronavirus vaccines from the United Nations-backed COVAX initiative on Wednesday—the long-awaited start for a program that has thus far fallen
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Understanding and Treating Eating Disorders

Millions of Americans suffer from eating disorders, serious and sometimes fatal illnesses that cause severe disturbances in a person’s eating behaviors. The behavioral and physiological consequences of these illnesses can
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