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July 9, 2019 - Volume 13, Issue 14

Medicating Your Empathy Away

Taking acetaminophen (common brand name: Tylenol, but also found in a variety of multi-ingredient medications including Excedrin) may make you feel less pain (although it won't address the cause of your pain), but it also may blunt your feelings in general, particularly empathy: the ability to feel or understand what another person is experiencing from their point of view, without the person having to tell you.

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Regular Chiropractic Visits Best for Back Pain

If you've been suffering from low back pain and your chiropractor suggests you come in periodically for treatment - even when you're not in pain - you may want to heed his/her advice. It's a research-supported suggestion that could dramatically reduce the amount of time you spend in pain.

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Your Cellphone Is Draining Your Brain

It makes sense that your cell phone can occupy your brain when you're using it; but its mere presence can also take a mental toll. Even if you're strong enough to avoid the temptation to check your phone, just the fact that the phone is there reduces your available cognitive capacity, say researchers.

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Weights Over Aerobics for a Healthy Heart?

Weight training and aerobic exercise are two key components of a well-rounded fitness plan. However, when it comes to heart health, while exercise in general reduces cardiovascular disease risk, weights appear to be superior at reducing a specific type of heart fat that can be dangerous.

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More Meat = Higher Death Risk

Even small increases in red meat consumption appear to increase death risk, even if you're free of cardiovascular disease or cancer when you start eating more meat.

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Another Reason to Lose Weight

Imagine dealing with not only psoriasis, but also arthritis; you'd do almost anything to reduce the severity of your symptoms. Start with managing your weight. Here's why.

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