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Can Weight Loss Reduce Hot Flashes?
Menopausal women who lose weight eating a low-fat diet rich in fruits and vegetables could reduce or eliminate their hot flashes and night sweats, a large new study suggests. One...
Dieting May Lower Hormone Levels Tied to Breast Cancer
New research suggests that weight loss through exercise and dieting helps overweight women lower the levels of certain hormones in their blood, potentially raising the odds that they'll avoid developing...
Hot Flashes Don't Signal Poor Heart Health for Most Women
The hot flashes that bedevil so many women as they enter menopause don't appear to be linked to poorer heart health, new research suggests. The exception to that finding may...
Sleep Apnea Can Be A Serious Problem
Sleep apnea is a relatively common disorder affecting up to 19 million people in the U.S., most cases going undiagnosed. It is most common in adults 45 to 65 years...
Grinding Your Teeth? Try Reducing Stress Levels and Creating a Restful Environment for Sleeping
Teeth grinding is also known as bruxism, and many people experience this during the nighttime. If your dentist has told you that you need to stop grinding, you’re in the right place! It all comes down to your sleep cycle, your body, and what you need in order to relax.


Can You Learn Anything From A Sleep Tracking Device?
The average adult needs at least seven hours of sleep each night, although most people get less. Approximately 70 million Americans have a sleep disorder, which may be why there's...
How Does Sleep Deprivation Hurt Us?
For most of us, sleep is a precious commodity that we don't seem to get enough of. But, when it comes to being productive and performing well at work or...