August 2014


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Migraines Linked to Depression?

The study in the Netherlands involved 2,652 people who took part in the larger Erasmus Rucphen Family study. All of the participants were descendants of 22 couples who lived in Rucphen in the 1850s to 1900s.

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blaming-others130x100.jpgPassing the Buck: Blaming Others Is Contagious
Finger pointing at others, especially at work, can cause cascade, study says


Blaming mistakes on others is socially contagious, according to a new study. Just watching someone pawn their failures off on another can make you do the same to protect your self-image.

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19 Bizarre Home Cures That Really Work

Of course there are some health staples you should never be without — bandages or OTC pain relievers come to mind. But you can treat or cure a surprising number of minor ailments with these unexpected household objects and foods.

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600,000 Cribs Recalled After Baby's Death
Drop sides on 20 models of Dorel Asia cribs can detach, creating deadly gap


The death of a 6-month-old child prompted the recall Tuesday of about 635,000 cribs sold by Kmart, Sears, Wal-Mart and other stores.

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highheals130x100.jpgShould Little Girls Wear High Heels?
Parents Magazine Editor in Chief Discusses Health Concerns, Gives Advice on How to Discourage High Heel Envy


There is a growing trend of little girls wearing high heels. However, there are many health-related concerns that have parents trying to steer their kids away from these fashions.

To read the full article Should Little Girls Wear High Heels?, click here.

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Pomegranates Prevent Breast Cancer?

Researchers have linked fruits that contain anti-aromatase phytochemicals, such as pomegranates, to a reduced risk of hormone-dependent breast cancer.

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10 ways to boost your brain power

Around the time we hit 30, our brains begin a slow, steady downward trajectory, or so popular wisdom would have it. But cognitive decline is by no means an inescapable side effect of aging.

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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Sits Down with Them to Find Out What They Know About Sex, Puberty and Contraception


To celebrate the release of her book, "The Body Scoop for Girls: A Straight-Talk Guide to a Healthy, Beautiful You," CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton sat down with some typical teenagers from the New York area to give them the scoop on their health on everything from body image to contraception.

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 Study: Antidepressants, Placebos Near Equally Effective
Commonly Prescribed Antidepressants Had 'Negligible' Effect on Patients With Mild, Moderate, Even Severe Depression


A new analysis found that commonly prescribed antidepressants had little effect on people with cases of mild to severe depression compared to those treated with placebos.

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Active ImageG-Spot Study: Erogenous of Erroneous Zone?
Sex Educators Say Study Dismissing G-Spot Is Flawed, Didn't Account for Positions, Partners


California saleswoman Tamara Bell has been married 26 years and she credits the longevity of her relationship, in part, to the contentious G-spot.

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