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Try Tai Chi to Relieve Neck Pain

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How Tai Chi Relieves Neck Pain

Neck pain is one of the most common types of chronic pain in adults in the U.S. According to a new study, Tai Chi—a form of low-impact, mind-body exercise—is as effective as the neck exercises often used to treat persistent pain in this area of the body.

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Marijuana Raises Bone Loss Risk
MNT—As the number of states in the U.S. that have legalized medicinal and/or recreational marijuana use continues to rise, it’s becoming increasingly important to identify the drug’s harmful effects. According to a recent study, regular use of marijuana may reduce bone density, leading to osteoporosis and an increased risk for fractures.
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New Helmet Could Keep Cyclists Safer
Live Science—For now, it's just a concept. But in the future, bicyclists may have 360-degree vision thanks to the Optic helmet designed by a British company called DCA to improve bicycle safety.
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Embrace Autumn with Pumpkin Bisque
Health After 50—Pumpkins aren't just for carving. Warm up to this delicious soup that's rich in vegetables and low in fat. Happy fall!
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Is Virtual Colonoscopy Right for You?
Berkeley Wellness—In June 2016, the influential U.S. Preventive Services Task Force published final updated guidelines on screening for colorectal cancer. It expanded the list of screening options for people at average risk, with the goal to encourage more test­ing.
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Watching TV Together Can Help Your Relationship
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More Concerns about Antidepressants in Pregnancy
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Low-fat Cheese Isn't Healthier
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