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Taking multiple medications, poor health, and older age can make aggressive drug therapy for high blood pressure riskier. Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 06, 2014
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today one of the nation's most successful independent bookstores, Harvard Book
Adapting a home to suit an older person's needs can help him live there longer. Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 02, 2014 A home should evolve as its owners'
A new study reveals that short-lived but severe climatic events can trigger cascades of ecosystem changes that can last for centuries.
To eat healthier food when on the go, try planning ahead, cooking in batches, choosing nutrient-dense foods, making smoothies, and keeping snacks simple. Boston,
A faded fragment of papyrus that allegedly includes a passage in which Jesus Christ refers to “my wife” is not a modern forgery, according to scientific analysis of the document itself and the ink-like pigments used to write it appearing in the Harvard Theological Review.
Routine screening for dementia is currently not recommended for people without symptoms. Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 08, 2014 Millions of American women
Even after many years of not exercising, there are compelling reasons to get active.
Taking a multivitamin does not reduce the chance of heart disease or mental decline, but it does reduce the risk of being diagnosed with cancer or developing cataracts. Boston,
As a result of the heightened need for an affordable alternative to dental insurance, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Universal Dental Plan have teamed up to improve the quality and value of oral health
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