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Brooding Could Kill, Warn Psychologists

...n change," Mroczek says. "If you learn to worry or fret less, you may add time to your life." Women are more likely than men to overthink, says psychologist Susan Nolen-Hoeksema of Yale University, who has studied rumination for years. Women brood about things that make them sad or anxious; men are mor...

Help Near At Hand For Elderly With Disturbed Sleep

...pted that their problem has no// solution need not fret any longer. "Sleep requirements and patterns change throughout life, but sleep problems in the elderly are not a normal part of aging," says Julie Gammack, M.D., assistant professor of geriatrics at Saint Louis University, and an author of a review...

Allergic to Kisses?

...r face began to swell up. // Worried he started to fret about whether it was caused by something she ate or something she touched. 'We discovered that it was me,' he recalled. 'I ate some peanuts that morning, I gave her a kiss and her whole face came up … luckily for us it was from my kiss rather than ...

Sore Throat? Help Is At Hand

...eption of a full-blown cold. However, you need not fret since relief is just moments away.// The American Academy of Family Physicians has the following suggestions: * First get an over-the-counter pain killer like acetaminophen, ibuprofen or naproxen. * Make sure your fluid intake is substantial. * Suc...

Calcium in isolation no good for maintaining bone integrity

Do not fret or blame all those people who had been telling you to take calcium for strong bones. Calcium plays an important part for bone strength but is not the only one.It works in conjugation with other nutrients as well. // As per a recent study which is pa...

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