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Holiday Lights Can Pose Burn Danger

Daily Dose
With millions of Americans decorating their homes—inside and out—for the holiday season, strings of lights and extension cords running here and there throughout the house and yard are common at this time of the year. In homes with small children, parents and caregivers should be aware of the risk for oral electrical burns from children biting through these cords.
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Holiday Lights: How to Prevent Electrical Burns
ScienceDaily—With millions of Americans decorating their homes—inside and out—for the holiday season, strings of lights and extension cords running here and there throughout the house and yard are common at this time of the year. In homes with small children, parents and caregivers should be aware of the risk for oral electrical burns from children biting through these cords.
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Having a Woman Doctor Reduces Risk
LiveScience—According to a new study, older patients treated by women doctors are less likely to die after being in the hospital than those treated by male physicians. The study showed patients with female physicians have a 4 percent lower risk of dying within 30 days of being hospitalized and a 5 percent lower risk of being readmitted to the hospital within a month of their discharge than patients with male doctors.
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Marijuana/Mood Connection Is Complex
MNT

Since recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado in 2014, a number of studies have been conducted to determine its effect on mood. According to a recent study, casual cannabis users have a stronger relationship with negative moods—depression and anxiety, for example—than heavy users and people who do not use marijuana.

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Beware of Holiday Scams
Health After 50

Older adults are attractive targets for holiday scams for several reasons: They’re most likely to have a nest egg, to own their home, to have excellent credit, and to be trusting. Here are some of the most common holiday scams targeting seniors and what to be on the lookout for.

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Splenda: Not So Splendid?
Berkeley Wellness

Should lovers of this artificial sweetener go back to sugar? We don’t think so. While the adverse effects of sucralose are unclear, the many health risks associated with high intakes of added sugar—including obesity, diabetes, and heart disease—are indisputable. A better alternative all around is to cut down on sweets and opt for water or seltzer instead of diet or regular sodas.

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