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Stressed? New Study Says You Simply Need a 20-Minute 'Nature Pill'

Taking at least twenty minutes out of your day to stroll or sit in a place that makes you feel in contact with nature will significantly lower your stress hormone levels. "For the first time" ever, researchers have conducted a study on the most effective dose of an urban nature experience to counteract the effects of modern stress. Healthcare practitioners …

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DR ELLIE CANNON: Is my sore back a result of IBS?

I've suffered with IBS for many years, causing constipation, bloating and cramps. I also have back pain which is worse when my IBS is bad. Are they connected? Irritable bowel syndrome, otherwise known as IBS, is very common. As many as one in five people suffer with it and symptoms can be debilitating. Bloating, stomach pain, diarrhea and constipation happen …

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The loss of Norovirus strikes the DC child's hospital

The Hospital for Sick Children Pediatric Center recommends D.C. health officials. three patients were positively tested for the infectious virus this week. No new infections have been found in the last 24 hours. A children's hospital in Northeast D.C. was affected by the outbreak of norovirus, confirmed by health officials. The HSC Pediatric Center alerts D.C health officials that three …

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& # 39; Non-healthy diet larger mortal than tobacco & # 39; | India News

NEW DELHI: The unhealthy diet is responsible for more premature deaths than tobacco, high blood pressure or any other health hazards, a new study published in the Lancet is indicated . Food hazards are the second largest cause behind deaths and disabilities in 2017 in India, following fears of malnutrition. The risk of dietary in India increased by 35% over …

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The First Living with HIV-Positive Donor Organ Wants To Raise & # 39; The Shroud Of HIV & # 39; Related Stigma: NPR

Nina Martinez became the first to live in an HIV-positive donor organ. Above, Martinez is pictured in his surgeon, Dr. Dorry Segev of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Johns Hopkins Medicine hide caption toggle caption Johns Hopkins Medicine Nina Martinez became the first organizer of an HIV-positive donor. Above, Martinez is pictured in his surgeon, Dr. Dorry Segev of …

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