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Easy ways to spot health scams

Untested remedies promising to treat or cure everything from arthritis to aging are considered health scams. Older adults are often vulnerable to them. Common scams include bogus dietary supplements and gadgets that promise to cure disease. The first tip-off to… (Locked) More »

Why nutritionists are crazy about nuts

Eating fewer than five 1.5-ounce servings per week of nuts and seeds has been linked to an increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease and diabetes. To reduce health risks, snack on nuts and seeds, substitute them for meat, or… (Locked) More »

Breast implants linked to rare lymphoma

The FDA has identified over 200 cases of a rare lymphoma in women with breast implants. Implants with textured surfaces were associated with the cancer more frequently than those with smooth surfaces. More »

The finer points of acupuncture

The ancient practice of acupuncture has been used to help heal and manage ailments such as chronic pain, low back pain, and arthritis. The treatment involves inserting hair-thin needles into specific points on the body to help release energy that… (Locked) More »

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