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Why alcohol use may hurt short-term memory

Who doesn’t like to have a drink or two … or perhaps three or four? A nice glass of Chardonnay can help us unwind, not to mention it just looks cool to have a Manhattan in your hand at parties.

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Beware of antioxidants, warns scientific review

The result is a clear warning: do not take these supplements unless a clear deficiency is diagnosed by a healthcare professional.

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Make no mistake, revenge is (bitter)sweet

Deep, dark and sometimes overwhelming, the human compulsion to seek revenge is a complex emotion that science has found incredibly hard to explain.

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Can bright lights help you lose weight?

There is increasing evidence that light and dark exposure patterns over time impact health outcomes such as body weight and food intake.

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Shorter time in bed may protect against chronic insomnia

It shouldn’t matter that it’s 3 a.m. and you’ve been awake for the last 22 hours, if you’re being threatened and you believe there is a threat to your quality of life or existence, it’s not a good time to sleep.

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Could soy supplements, herbal remedies reduce hot flashes?

Some studies tied black cohosh therapies to a lessening of overall menopause symptoms score but not specifically to fewer hot flashes or night sweats.

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