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THURSDAY CONSUMER HEALTH TIPS

Caffeine content for coffee, tea, soda and more Over-the-counter laxatives for constipation: Use with caution Gastroparesis Rheumatoid arthritis: Does pregnancy affect symptoms? Bone and joint problems associated with diabetes  

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Coffee In Moderation May Offer Health Benefits

Coffee In Moderation May Offer Health Benefits March 5, 2010 Dear Mayo Clinic: What are the current thoughts on coffee as to how it affects one's health, good or bad? Answer: Over the past several years, research has busted some health myths about coffee. It doesn't contribute to heart attacks, [...]

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Monday's Housecall

THIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES Weight loss: Feel full on fewer calories Working on weight loss? Find out how to put the concept of energy density to work for you. Cancer risk: What the numbers mean Find out how to interpret the latest news about cancer risk. This can help you [...]

Created by Dana Sparks

Monday's Housecall

THIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES Snacks: How they fit into your weight-loss plan Discover creative and healthy snacks to satisfy your hunger without sabotaging your weight loss. Medical history: Compiling your medical family tree Use a special family tree to track your family's health information. EXPERT ANSWERS What is BPA? Should [...]

Created by Dana Sparks

Monday's Housecall

THIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES Flu shot: Your best bet for avoiding influenza The flu can make you miserable and keep you home from work or school. Getting a flu shot is good insurance. Influenza (flu) Initially, the flu may seem like a common cold with a runny nose, sneezing and [...]

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Consuming Coffee Linked to Lower Risk of Detrimental Liver Disease

Regular consumption of coffee is associated with a reduced risk of primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), an autoimmune liver disease, Mayo Clinic research shows. The findings are being presented at the Digestive Disease Week 2013 conference in Orlando, Fla. PSC is an inflammatory disease of the bile ducts that results in [...]

Created by Dana Sparks

Monday's Housecall

THIS WEEK'S TOP STORY  Social support: Tap this tool to beat stress  The benefits of supportive personal relationships are less stress and better health. Here's how to get and stay connected. Special Announcement Three Imperatives to Transform Health Care in America John Noseworthy, M.D., president and CEO of Mayo Clinic, will [...]

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Head Trauma, Pesticides and Lack of Coffee Linked to Parkinson’s Disease in Men

Men who have had head trauma, used pesticides and don’t drink coffee are more likely to be associated with Parkinson’s disease. When those characteristics were coupled with immunologic diseases like multiple sclerosis and lupus, plus a family history of dementia, men were even likelier to have Parkinson’s. Read EMBARGOED news [...]

Created by Dana Sparks