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Cognitive issues increase risk for elderly with heart failure

OHMYGOSSIP — Elderly patients with cognitive impairments and heart failure issues face a tougher prognosis than those without such impairments, at least partially because they are worse at adhering to medications.

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Sniffing this amazing herb can increase your memory by 75%

OHMYGOSSIP — Rosemary is a wonderful herb with a tradition of use spanning millennia. It has innumerable uses in both the kitchen and in herbal medicine.

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New study finds way to stop breast cancer spreading!

OHMYGOSSIP — New research has discovered a protein which could stop breast cancer from spreading. When a tumour cell spreads, it enters the blood stream before latching onto the inner walls of blood vessels. The new study, funded by Cancer

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7 Steps to a flat tummy in 30 days

OHMYGOSSIP — Losing weight is simple if you make an effort. You need to have the right will to do it. If you think you have excess flab in your tummy area, then you can reduce the fat in just

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The only 8 exercises you need to be fit

OHMYGOSSIP — Human movement can be reduced to three basic categories: pushing, pulling, and hip extension (squatting, jumping, running, and even riding a bike).

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15 Ways you can help your child succeed in school: Better study habits for ADHD kids

OHMYGOSSIP — Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD, similar to hyperkinetic disorder in the ICD-10) is a psychiatric disorder of the neurodevelopmental type in which there are significant problems of attention, hyperactivity, or acting impulsively that are not appropriate for a

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Think you’re allergic to running? You actually could be!

OHMYGOSSIP — Pounding the muddy fields during school cross country races, PE teachers are sure to have heard the excuse, “I’m allergic to running,” more than once. Now a new study has revealed that it could actually be a real

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15 IMPORTANT NOTES! Things you need to know about people who have concealed anxiety

1. They don’t hide their anxiety, they hide their symptoms. To have concealed anxiety isn’t to deny having it – only to do everything in your power to ensure other people don’t see you struggle. 2. They have the most

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Your mouth, your health! Can mouth bacteria affect the heart?

OHMYGOSSIP — Can mouth bacteria affect the heart? Some studies show that people with gum disease are more likely have heart disease than those with healthy gums. Researchers aren’t sure why that is; gum disease isn’t proven to cause other

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Call for healthier diets to combat alarming surge in diabetes

OHMYGOSSIP – Diabetes is a global problem now affecting one in every 11 adults, the World Health Organization (WHO) claims. In a major report, released to coincide with World Health Day on Thursday (07Apr16), WHO warns cases of diabetes had

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Loneliness increases risk of heart attack and stroke

OHMYGOSSIP – Lonely people are a third more likely to suffer an increased risk of a heart attack or stroke, according to new research. British scientists from the universities of York, Liverpool and Newcastle examined data from over 181,000 people

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Tel Aviv University: Whey protein for breakfast aids weight loss

OHMYGOSSIP – Breakfast has always been seen as the most important meal of the day, and while this could be true, it can depend on what you choose to consume first thing in the morning. A new survey has found

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Can you really die from a broken heart?

OHMYGOSSIP – New research suggests dealing with the loss of a loved one really could break your heart. We are bombarded by old wives’ tales about people who never recover after the death of their true love, but now it

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4 TIPS how to lose weight without cutting out food!

OHMYGOSSIP – Losing weight doesn’t have to be time-consuming and difficult, as Dr Brian Wansink has revealed to British newspaper The Daily Mail. Here are some of his top tips on how to shed the pounds without the effort, which

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Is your toddler drinking too much milk?

OHMYGOSSIP – Parents are feeding their toddlers too much milk and putting them at risk of obesity, experts warn. New research has found that a significant portion of children are consuming excess protein each day, putting them at risk of

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Tears are a luxury item

OHMYGOSSIP – For a time, it seems, Charles Darwin became sidetracked by his attempts to understand crying. In his efforts to study the roots of emotion, he turned to zoologists and his friends about weeping: Did monkeys cry? Did Africans

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