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  1. Instant noodles carry health risks for women: studyRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    Women who eat instant noodles, like Ramen, at least two times a week face a greater risk of high blood pressure, elevated blood sugar and high cholesterol, US researchers said Thursday.


  2. Retail Notebook: SweetiePies, Noel's Jazz ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Kinston Free Press

    The "cupcake boutique" will be open today from 4-8 p.m. with entertainment and drawings, owner Kendi Davis said.


  3. Sleep deprivation causes, or contributes to, many health problemsRead the original story

    Mar 9, 2010 | Examiner.com

    Getting enough sleep is extremely important for people, yet a huge proportion of our society walks around in a condition of severe, long-term sleep deprivation.


  4. Jamaicaa s growing crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Jamaica Observer

    WHILE we debate the economic challenges facing Jamaica, there is an emerging crisis that many are not speaking of, but which we must address as a country.


  5. Dr. Oz: Prevent cancer with food as medicine; weight loss supplement reviewsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Imagine visiting your doctor and receiving a prescription for what ails you that resembles a food shopping list.


  6. Doctors Treating More Athletes For Atrial FibrillationRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | CBS Local

    He went out for a team run when suddenly his chest felt funny and his vision closed down for a few minutes.


  7. Top Health Issues about the Consumption of NoodlesRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | International Business Times

    Instant noodles are easy to cook and cheaper in price. Everyone does love it for its convenience, but studies revealed that it increases the chance of the consumer having heart diseases and stroke.


  8. Want to slim down? Take transitRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Globe and Mail

    A study showed that middle-aged men of average height who actively commuted to work or took public transportation weighed an equivalent of about seven pounds less than those who drove.


  9. FDA approves tech that turns smartphone into stroke warning systemRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | ComputerWorld

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted AliveCor clearance to sell technology that enables an iPhone or Android smartphone phone to record atrial fibrillation , the most common form of cardiac arrhythmia or an irregular heartbeat.


  10. Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: Families battling depression need love, time, understandingRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Deseret News

    "Depression is the grand imposter-posing as all powerful," says Dr. Keith Ablow, a psychiatrist and member of the Fox News A-Team.


  11. Wear This Device So the Boss Knows You're Losing WeightRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    FitBit Inc. has a sales force dedicated to pitching employers and insurance companies, and touts software to make it easier to log the activity of workers, down to specific individuals if a company wants, said Amy McDonough, who coordinates deals for FitBit with companies.


  12. Yoga heals the mind and the body.Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | 24 Hours

    On Aug. 20, one of yoga's great teachers, BKS Iyengar, died at the age of 95. Born in southern India into a poor family, he suffered poor health due to malaria, typhoid and tuberculosis.


  13. Clinical scenario: Chest pain while mowing the lawnRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | EMS1

    Post your assessment in the comment section below, and the person with the best answer will receive one of our exclusive EMS1 Challenge Coins! While parked at post, you receive a call to a private residence on a hot and humid Saturday morning.


  14. Elderly tenants left 'trapped' as intercom system breaksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Times-series.co.uk

    Elderly tenants living in a block of flats claim they have been cut off from vital care services after their intercom system broke.


  15. Heather Shaw of Greenfield and her daughter Aliviya Prevett, 7. Recorder/Paul FranzRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Recorder

    For 13 years, Heather Shaw of Greenfield dealt with kidney disease - until her kidneys finally failed and she required dialysis.


  16. Controversial blood pressure targets for older patients challenged by studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 19 | Science Daily

    ... released in December 2013 by the Eighth Joint National Committee (JNC 8) Panel on the management of adult hypertension recommended relaxing the threshold for treatment initiation and blood pressure targets from previous guidelines for elderly ...


  17. Good neighbors, friendly local community may curb heart attack riskRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 18 | Science Daily

    Having good neighbors and feeling connected to others in the local community may help to curb an individual's heart attack risk, concludes research.


  18. Living with Hypertension: Take medication as prescribedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 5, 2012 | Examiner.com

    ... as a sphygmomanometer, or blood pressure meter, lies on his desk on September 5, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Hypertension also known as high blood pressure is the silent killer. Uncontrolled high blood pressure can damage your kidneys and cause a ...


  19. Instant noodles carry health risks for women: studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2010 | Yahoo!

    Women who eat instant noodles, like Ramen, at least two times a week face a greater risk of high blood pressure, elevated blood sugar and high cholesterol, US researchers said Thursday.


  20. Wear This Device So the Boss Knows You're Losing Weight: TechRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    To fight rising medical costs, oil company BP Plc last year offered Cory Slagle -- a 260-pound former football lineman -- an unusual way to trim $1,200 from his annual insurance bill.