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Bacon Linked to Increased Risk of Pancreatic Cancer

Eating two strips of bacon can increase your risk of developing pancreatic cancer, according to a new study published in the British Journal of Cancer.

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Study: Nicotine Can Help with Memory Loss

Using a nicotine patch may help improve mild memory loss in older adults, according to a study published in the journal Neurology.

Previous studies have shown smokers could improve cognitive function by quitting smoking and other studies have found attention and memory improvement in people with Alzheimer’s disease. In this study, researchers at the American Academy of Neurology looked at nicotine in people with mild cognitive impairment – the stage between normal aging and dementia when people have mild memory or thinking problems but no significant disability.

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Doctors Should Offer All Smokers Help with Quitting, Study Says

Although doctors typically gauge a smoker’s willingness to quit before offering help in doing so, new research indicates that help should be offered to all smokers.

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Healthly Foods You Should Be Eating But Probably Aren’t

Everyday you read new surveys telling you that you should eat more healthy meals. You’re probably already eating a lot of healthy everyday foods like bananas, and broccoli, but what about the foods filled with disease-fighting phytochemicals you aren’t eating? Our friends at the Huffington Post put together a lar

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Taking A Routine Aspirin May Cause More Harm Than Good

Aspirin is often prescribed to people who’ve had a heart attack or stroke to ward off future attacks. But new research indicates that may not be such a good idea.

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Researcher Propose Higher Tax on Sugary Beverages

As obesity continues to plague the United States, many states have imposed a tax cost on some of the products that contribute to unhealthy weight gain, like soda. But experts believe that the current sales tax isn’t high enough to truly impact health and weight loss.

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Would You Stop Eating Out to Lose Weight?

With the start of the New Year come resolutions for many. One of the most popular is usually to lose weight. Before you cancel your restaurant reservations for the coming months here’s some good news. A study, published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, suggests that it’s possible to continue to eat out and still lose weight.

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Have You Started a Diet for 2012? — Survey of the Day

It’s been a little over a week since New Year’s resolutions kicked in, officially long enough to determine if  you’ve started that diet that you promised yourself — if, in fact, you picked what is usually the year’s most popular resolution.

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Does Marriage Make Men Healthier?

“It makes even less sense when you realize that being single is bad for your health.”

My friend Kim made this statement during a heated group discussion about men and marriage a few weeks ago.

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5 Workouts You Haven’t Tried… Yet

It’s easier to stick to a workout routine if you love it, and few guys love hitting the treadmill day after day. Whether you’ve resolved to make 2012 the year you finally get fit or are just looking for a new way to tone up, these innovative exercises will help you blast fat and get cut in a whole new way.

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Women Aren’t the Only Ones Who Don’t Like Their Own Bodies

You usually hear women complain about their bodies, but a new British study finds men are just as unhappy about their own body image.

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For a Healthier Heart Go Easy on the Vitamin D

Scientists at John Hopkins University have found that while vitamin D is important for heart protection, it may have diminishing — and harmful — returns if levels in the blood rise above even the lower end of normal.

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