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Dry eyes have been my “beauty bane” since I turned 50 some ... Cough! Cough! ... years ago.
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Could we be prescribing antidepressants to those who really need a hearing test? A large-scale study published last April based on the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2005-2010 found a significant correlation between hearing loss and depression, confirming some smaller…
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You may want to check your medicine cabinet after reading this.
For decades, doctors, drug companies and the Food and Drug Administration have assured us that low-cost prescription generic drugs - which make up an estimated 80 percent of the prescription medicines we take - work just as well as the costlier brand-name drugs they mimic.
A New York Times editorial called it possibly "the most dramatic advance in treating depression in decades."
While depression is common among heart attack survivors, their spouses can also be hit hard.
There's been a lot of good news lately about coffee's health benefits, how it protects against  cancer and other diseases,  but America's favorite wake-up drink can also keep some common medications from working properly.
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