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Nuts, if you eat them in moderation, are full of healthy nutrients for your heart and may even help you ward off other diseases like cancer. So why do only 4 in 10 of Americans eat them on any given day — and a measly 1 in 10 eat them daily?
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Despite everything we’ve been told about milk building strong bones and making us healthy, that may not be the case once we’re middle-aged adults, a new Swedish study suggests.
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May is National Osteoporosis Month - a good time to assess your risk of breaking a bone and figure out the best way for you to avoid osteoporosis down the road.
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Former NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw has been diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a cancer of the bone marrow that has seen remarkable progress in its treatment in the last 15 years.
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Recently I wrote about how Johnson & Johnson inappropriately marketed Risperdal to treat agitation, confusion and other symptoms in older patients with dementia. As if that's not enough, the company's now tentatively agreeing to a $4 billion - yes, that's  billion - settlement with thousands of patients for whom a company-made hip implant failed.
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Wedding episodes are one of TV's most reliable tropes. Fans love them because they bring together characters they adore, often after much will-they-or-won't they drama. Networks love them because they often deliver big ratings and weeks of promotional build-up to the Big Day.
New research is showing that older, thin men have an increased chance of osteoporosis and bone fractures, particularly those who have had fluctuations in weight.
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