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Breakfast could be an important meal to prevent hunger throughout the day, according to new research.

When should you dine? The sooner the better, according to new research

New dietary research suggests that eating later in the day, starting around noon, may promote obesity. Eating all your meals within 10 hours may also have health benefits, according to another new study. Making breakfast your biggest meal of the day isn’t a guaranteed health boost, but you might feel less hungry as the day …

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Family remembers 27-year-old artistic mom with ‘huge heart’ who died seeking recovery on Staten Island

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first part of two stories highlighting the life and tragic loss of Melissa Veltidi, whose shocking death occurred while being treated at Amethyst House, the only women’s sober living center from Staten Island. Melissa Veltidi of Haverstraw in Rockland County died at age 27 on July 22, 2021, after losing …

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Pollutants from traffic fumes can travel through the mother's bloodstream, through the placenta to the baby's developing organs during the first 12 weeks

Revealed: Babies have air pollution particles in their lungs while still in the womb

Revealed: Babies have air pollution particles in their lungs while still in the womb Air pollution particles can reach babies in the womb, landmark study finds Pollutants from traffic smoke can cross the placenta and enter the baby’s organs Experts say the results are ‘worrying’ because organ development happens in the womb By Kate Pickles …

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A woman with multiple sclerosis says she was misdiagnosed for 13 years and told by doctors she should 'exercise' or make herself a 'mixed drink' to ease her severe pain

Woman with multiple sclerosis misdiagnosed for 13 years, doctors say pain was from ‘exercise’

A woman with multiple sclerosis says she was misdiagnosed for 13 years and doctors told her she needed to ‘exercise’ or make herself a ‘mixed drink’ to ease her severe pain. Lindsay Cohen Karp, 39, a children’s book author from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, said she suffered from “debilitating fatigue, mobility issues and pain” for more than …

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Omega-3s linked to improved brain structure and cognition in midlife – Neuroscience News

Summary: According to a new study, increasing the intake of omega-3 fatty acids helps maintain brain health and improve cognition in middle age. For people with the Alzheimer’s disease-associated APOE4 gene, omega-3 fatty acid intake was associated with greater hippocampal volume and less small vessel disease. Source: UT San Antonio Consuming cold-water fish and other …

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New York woman receives $80,000 medical bill after treatment for ectopic pregnancy

New York woman receives $80,000 medical bill after treatment for ectopic pregnancy

hospital Getty woman in hospital A New York woman received a huge medical bill after receiving care for her ectopic pregnancy, an example that shows cost could be a barrier to care for some women, even in abortion-protected states . Sara Laub told Kaiser Health News [KHN] that she didn’t expect her treatment to be …

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Shocking study finds decrease in proteins – not amyloid plaques – that cause Alzheimer’s disease

The prevailing theory is that Alzheimer’s disease is caused by the buildup of amyloid plaques in the brain. However, new research reveals that it is actually caused by a drop in levels of a specific protein. New research on patients with mutations published in the Review of Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s disease is a disease that attacks …

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