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Eating too much sodium could make multiple sclerosis symptoms worse and increase the risk of further damage, according to a small study published in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry. FULL STORY
Nicole Smith went to the doctor expecting to be back at work no later than the next day. A decade later, she still hasn’t returned. That’s how badly she underestimated her condition. Now this survivor and volunteer is rebuilding her life, with an eye on working once again. FULL STORY
Wearable fitness devices have moved into the mainstream helping people pick up the pace of their daily activities. FULL STORY
American Heart Association reiterates policy: E-cigarettes can help people quit, but only after medical consultation, as last resort, with caution and a firm quit date.
Read the latest post from the American Heart Association CEO Nancy Brown's Huffington Post Blog. READ MORE
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