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Married Women Drink More Alcohol Than Married Men
by Margarita Nahapetyan
According to the findings of a recent study, married women may find themselves drinking a lot more alcohol than single or divorced women, while married men tend to moderate their intake of drink.

Does Organic Food Make People Arrogant And Unethical?
by Margarita Nahapetyan
The journal Social Psychology and Personality Science has published a new study according to which individuals who consume organic foods have negative attitude toward other people and are less social in general.

Married Men Prefer Fast Food To Healthy Home Meals
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Married men eat healthy food their wives prepare for them at home, but like to secretly binge on unhealthy fast food while away from the family dinner table, a new survey has found.

Cheating Husbands Are at Risk of a Heart Attack
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Men who are unfaithful to their wives do not just jeopardize their marriage, but are also at an increased risk of having a deadly heart attack, Italian scientists who were studying male monogamy have found.

Healthcare Costs Increase During Recession
by Margarita Nahapetyan
U.S. healthcare prices in 2010 rose faster than inflation, even though patients actually used less medical care in many categories, a study from the Health Care Cost Institute has discovered.

Women Are Inspired By Normal Sized Models When Buying Clothes
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Ben Barry, a modeling agency CEO, has recently conducted a survey in order to find out what kinds of models inspire women to buy their clothes. He came to the conclusion that most women are actually more willing to buy an item that was modeled by someone

Mental Stress Hurts Women's Hearts More Than Men's
by Margarita Nahapetyan
When women experience mental stress they are more likely than men to suffer heart problems, according to a small new study from the U.S. scientists who revealed that during emotional upsets, heart blood flow increases in men, but never changes in women.

Women May Choose Wrong Partners When On Contraceptive Pill
by Margarita Nahapetyan
According to the most recent lab experiments, a contraceptive pill might alter the way women feel about their partners. In particular, it was revealed that ladies who have been on the pill when starting a relationship may no longer be attracted

Marriage Has Medical Powers For Healing Hearts
by Margarita Nahapetyan
People who are married are three times more likely than their single counterparts to survive the critical first three months following heart surgery, claims a new study from the United States.

Irritated or Moody? Blame Trans Fat
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Eating diet high in trans fats is associated with irritability and aggression, say researchers from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. It was found that people who consume lots of snacks made with dietary trans fatty acids

Fruit and Veggies Are Key To Beautiful Skin
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Eating more fruit and vegetables may not only boost an immune system and improve overall health, but also is a key to a rosier, healthier and more attractive skin color, a new study has found.

A Glass of Wine a Day Keeps Stroke at Bay
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Moderate consumption of alcohol may lower women's risk of suffering a stroke, claims a new 26-year research. The data collected for the study purposes was of the Nurses' Health Study, a large research on women's health that began in 1976.

Botox Effectively Treats Female Incontinence
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Injecting Botox directly into the wall of the bladder was found to be very effective at treating women who suffer from a common form of urinary incontinence, claims a new research.

Air Pollution Could Affect Baby's Birth Weight
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Mothers who live in areas that are moderately polluted by car fumes give birth to babies with lower than average birth weight, a new Australian study has revealed.

Cancer: Coming to Terms with the Possibility of Death
by Andrew Kneier, Ph.D.
Cancer is certainly not always a death sentence, and most people find it helpful to hold onto hope. But I have found that many cancer patients, especially those with a poor prognosis, think about their eventual death and whether they will be at peace with

Living Longer: Get Ready to Change Your Life
by Dan Buettner
Get Ready to Change Your Life The first time I met Sayoko Ogata, she was wearing the sort of fashionable gear one might expect a young Tokyo executive to take on a safari: hiking boots and cuffed socks, khaki shorts and shirt, and a pith helmet. Never

Having Children After Cancer: How to Make Informed Choices Before and After Treatment and Build the Family of Your Dreams
by Gina M. Shaw
I faced the young woman sitting in my office and discussed treatment options for her early-stage breast cancer, treatment necessary to give her the best chance of preventing recurrence. She faced the news of the recommendation for chemotherapy bravely

The Blooming Rose
Healing Mind, Healthy Woman: Using the Mind-Body Connection to Manage Stress and Take Control of Your Life
by Alice D. Domar, Ph.D.
The Blooming Rose During my graduate training, I had an experience that presaged my later life's work. I was enrolled in the Health Psychology doctoral program at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. By our third year, we were required to

Why Illness?
The Edgar Cayce Remedies
by William A. McGarey
When I was an eight-year-old boy, I frequently looked up into the night sky, saw all those wonderful sparkling stars, and wondered how far out space really went. I knew from school that distances out there were measured in light years, not miles, and

Tanning Beds Increase The Risk of Melanoma
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Indoor tanning beds significantly increase the risk of developing melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, the scientists from the United States reported last week.

Botox Could Treat Chronic Cough
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Botox - the most popular and commonly used drug for reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines - could help some individuals resolve chronic cough, claims a new study, although the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has yet to approve

Is There A Health Cost To Smelling Nice?
by Margarita Nahapetyan
A prominent environmental organizations from Canada and the United States have recently revealed that many of the popular brand name perfumes and colognes contain potentially hazardous chemicals that are not listed on their labels.

Few Breast Cancer Patients Opt For Implants
by Margarita Nahapetyan
According to a new study from US scientists, a surprisingly small percentage of women who have a choice to get implants following mastectomy for breast cancer undergo the procedure.

Nuts Can Help Lower Cholesterol Levels
by Margarita Nahapetyan
For most people, consuming a handful or two of nuts on a daily basis appears to lower the levels of 'bad' (LDL) cholesterol and triglycerides, an analysis of 25 studies have demonstrated.

Whole Grains And Bran Good For The Heart
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Women with type 2 diabetes who consume a diet rich in bran-containing whole grains are at a significantly lower risk of developing heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases, report scientists from Harvard University.

Roller Coaster Rides Could Cause Ear Damage
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Roller coaster thrills and excitement could be accompanied by severe damage to our ears, and even can cause temporary hearing loss, warn doctors at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.

Botox Could Help Treat Tennis Elbow
by Margarita Nahapetyan
The drug Botox, which smoothes facial wrinkles and fine lines through injections, can be much more than just a cosmetic filler, claims a new research. It turns out that Botox shots can also help individuals who suffer from so-called 'tennis elbow.'

BCBG Max Azria Launches New Fragrance
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Clothing company BCBG Max Azria has announced earlier this week that they partnered with New Wave Fragrances - a manufacturer and worldwide distributor of fine fragrances and beauty products - in order to create a new signature scent in March 2011.

Tanning Beds Can Be Addictive
by Margarita Nahapetyan
People who use tanning beds on a regular basis may actually be suffering from a form of addiction, similar to alcohol, anxiety or substance abuse, US scientists have found.

Daily Exercise May Improve Fibromyalgia Symptoms
by Margarita Nahapetyan
Incorporating short bursts of exercise into the day may improve the symptoms of fibromyalgia, the chronic pain disorder that affects millions of Americans, a new study has found.

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