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Yes, Some People May Need Coffee
If you like coffee, chances are you don’t settle for just one cup in the morning. Researchers now think they understand the grip coffee has over many of us a little better. It seems our addiction to coffee may be in our genes.
Now there’s a reason besides stress (if that weren’t enough!) to avoid traffic jams. A recent study showed that pollution levels inside cars stopped in traffic or at red lights are up to 40 percent higher than in moving vehicles.
MNT—For years, research has shown that people who are overweight or obese have an increased risk for heart disease, diabetes, certain types of cancer, and other health problems. Now, eight additional types of cancer have been added to the list of obesity-related conditions.
Do you want your family to eat more fresh vegetables and fruit? Start a garden. Whether at home or in a community garden, growing vegetables, fruit, and herbs is one of the best ways to get your family to eat their daily servings of greens, oranges, and reds.
As a patient, you have a right to your medical records, x-rays, and other diagnostic images—regardless of how old the data are—from health care professionals, pharmacies, your health insurance company, and medical facilities, including hospitals and nursing homes.
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