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FDA, EPA Issue Advice about Eating Fish
U.S. Food and Drug Administration

The Food and Drug Administration and Environmental Protection Agency recently issued new advice about the consumption of fish and other seafood, including shellfish. The goal of these recommendations is to help people make informed choices about fish that is healthy and safe to eat.

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Health Changes Loom Large in Trump's 100-day Plan
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High on the new President's list of priorities: health care reform, immigration, government reform, and the economy. Trump plans to repeal the Affordable Care Act, also called Obamacare, but his strategy for replacing the law is not yet clear and the details are not yet in place. He also has indicated in recent interviews that he plans to take on the pharmaceutical industry.

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Inactivity Speeds Aging Throughout Life
MNT—There has been considerable research about the adverse health effects of a sedentary lifestyle. We know that sitting for long periods every day and failing to get the recommended amounts of exercise are associated with an increased risk for a number of health problems, and now, a new study shows inactivity speeds up the aging process in older adults.
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Forget This Memory Supplement
Berkeley Wellness—You may have seen the TV and online ads for Prevagen, a best-selling dietary supplement that claims to improve memory and help prevent age-related cognitive decline. If you did, and you bought this product, you may be eligible for a refund sometime soon.
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Why Obamacare Signup Is Still a Good Idea
Health After 50

With Obamacare about to disappear, should people even bother to enroll in health insurance plans for 2017? Yes, regardless of the law’s uncertain future, you should sign up if you haven’t already. The actual repeal of ACA could be many months or years down the road. Open enrollment for 2017 will last until Jan. 31.

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