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  1. Trans Fats From Foods May Worsen Memory

    By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, June 17, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Trans fats may play havoc with your memory along with your cholesterol levels, a new study suggests. Younger men who ate high levels of trans fats performed more poorly on a memory test involving word recall than thos

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  2. 10 Questions With LL Cool J

    1. Lip Sync Battle, which you host, has been a huge hit. What do you think draws people to fake singing? It's a silly thing we all do, whether we're singing in the shower or lip syncing in our cars or getting dressed in the morning. It's part of who we are as human beings, the love of music. When th

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  3. Could Staying Single Hurt Your Health?

    June 12, 2015 -- Being married or living with your partner may have health perks, while going it alone may worsen your odds of having certain problems as you age. A new study shows that middle-aged women who had never married had an increased risk of heart disease and breathing problems, but to a le

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  4. First Penile Transplant Patient to Become a Father

    June 11, 2015 -- The first man in the world to receive a penile transplant is about to become a father. The 21-year-old South African's girlfriend is about four months' pregnant, which shows that the "transplant worked," said Andre van der Merwe, the surgeon who performed the procedure, BBC News rep

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  5. Many Men With Depression, Anxiety Not Treated

    By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, June 11, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Close to one in 10 American men suffers from depression or anxiety, but fewer than half get treatment, a new survey reveals. The nationwide poll of more than 21,000 men also found that among younger males, blacks and Hispan

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  6. Easy Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure

    Think the only way to get your high blood pressure down is to push away the salt shaker? Nope. From the kitchen to the gym and beyond, here are some tricks to help you get your readings back in line. Did you hate this root vegetable when you were a kid? Take another stab at it.  Beets have nitrite,

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  7. 6 Simple Steps to Help You Lose That Gut

    You know where you want to be. Now all you have to do is get started and keep on going. Use this roadmap to get results, whether it’s to trim your gut, fit into an old suit, or get on board with your doctor’s advice. Should you hit the treadmill first, or clean out your fridge? Or do you have to do

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  8. Lose Your Love Handles

    So there’s a little more of you to love than there used to be. No big deal, right? You’ll eat a salad every once in a while. Go for a wrap instead of bread on that sandwich. Carbs out. Greens in. Except that sounds an awful lot like a diet -- a four-letter word that means no more fun food. Forget th

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  9. Kitchen Switches to Tackle Your Cholesterol

    The doctor said you need to work on your cholesterol numbers. What does that even mean? It means if you don’t do something, you’re likely to get a buildup of sticky gunk called plaque in your arteries. That’s the stuff that leads to heart disease, and it’s bad news. You can fix the problem with chan

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  10. Train Like a Pro: Tips for the Weekend Athlete

    Don’t let anyone tell you the glory days of sports are behind you. There’s the weekend pickup game. An occasional round of golf. And the company softball tournament is next month. You’ve still got it! If you’re not careful, though, you could hurt yourself. Basketball, softball, and golf injuries sen

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