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What Could the New Budget Mean for Important Health Issues?

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What the New Federal Budget May Mean for Your Health
NPR—The Trump administration’s budget proposal is expected to have an effect on a number of public health issues, as well as funding for medical research, impacting the NIH, CDC, and other agencies.
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How Our Ancestors' Climate Affects the Shape of our Noses
CNN—We usually attribute our facial features—and other physical characteristics—to genetics. But a recent study suggests nose shape is determined in part by our ancestors’ adaptation to the climate in which they lived.
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Dangerous Falls Are Increasing in Older Adults
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A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that more and more elderly adults are experiencing head injuries caused by falls. In fact, current concussion rates in older adults are unprecedented.

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Order Ahead When Dining Out
Berkeley Wellness—To better control calories when eating out, order your food in advance, if pos­sible. You will be less hungry and less likely to order impulsively, a recent study suggests.
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11 Ways to Reduce Your Heart Disease Risk
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The more risk factors you have for coronary artery disease, the greater your chance of developing it. While you can't control every factor, there are many elements you can do something about.

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