Rachel Ray Brand Teakettle Recalled

Rachel Ray Brand Teakettle Recalled

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Meyer Corporation, U.S., of Vallejo, Calif., announced a voluntary recall of about 59,000 Rachael ...
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Most People Shouldn’t Eat Gluten-Free

Most People Shouldn’t Eat Gluten-Free

Many Americans are considering cutting back on the amount of gluten in their diets or avoiding it altogether. However, nutritionists say that if ...
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Older Adults Most Likely to Visit ER for Bad Reaction to Meds

Older Adults Most Likely to Visit ER for Bad Reaction to Meds

Older Americans face a greater risk of harmful reactions to medications than younger individuals, a new study suggests. The study, conducted by the ...
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Vaccine Protects Against Flu … and Heart Attacks?

Vaccine Protects Against Flu … and Heart Attacks?

Getting a flu shot this season may not only greatly lower your risk of influenza this year, it may also lower your risk ...
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Prescription Drug Bottles Lack Proper Safety Warnings

Prescription Drug Bottles Lack Proper Safety Warnings

Drugstores are not providing adequate safety information to consumers when they pick up their prescription medications, according an investigation from Consumer Reports. The ...
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Older Brains Work Harder to Multitask

Older Brains Work Harder to Multitask

As humans age, their brains may need to work harder to multitask, new research from Japan suggests. In the study, older people’s brains ...
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Older Women with Heart Condition Have Higher Stroke Risk than Men

Older Women with Heart Condition Have Higher Stroke Risk than Men

Older women with irregular heart rhythms may be at a slightly higher risk for suffering a stroke, compared with men, according to a new ...
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Diabetes Drug May Someday Repair Alzheimer’s Damage

Diabetes Drug May Someday Repair Alzheimer’s Damage

The diabetes drug metformin may spur the growth of new brain cells, which could have benefits for Alzheimer’s patients, a new Canadian study ...
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Dental X-Rays Linked to Increased Brain Tumor Risk

Dental X-Rays Linked to Increased Brain Tumor Risk

People who’ve had frequent dental X-rays may have an increased risk of developing meningioma, a type of brain tumor, new research suggests. People ...
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