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Kegels: Not for women only

Kegel exercises to strengthen pelvic floor muscles have long been seen as just for women, but they may be a way for many older men to address some common unpleasant issues, such as urinary leakage, bowel trouble, and even erection… More »

Spotting whole grains at the grocery store

Some people may be confused about what constitutes a whole grain. Whole grains are seeds or kernels that have three parts: the bran, germ, and endosperm. Common varieties of whole grains include wheat, barley, brown rice, corn, rye, oats, and… (Locked) More »

The case for measuring fitness

Solid evidence links a sedentary lifestyle to higher risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and early death. However, doctors do not routinely assess their patients’ cardiorespiratory fitness to help them reduce risk. That may soon change. Experts are now calling for… (Locked) More »

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