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Fitting in fitness: Finding time for physical activity
Can't seem to make time for exercise? Try taking your dog for daily walks, ramping up chores, moving while watching TV and more.
Carbon monoxide poisoning
That space heater or fireplace that's keeping you warm may also be harmful. Learn ways to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning — such as getting a detector.
Cold symptoms: Does drinking milk increase phlegm?
Is drinking milk to blame for extra phlegm when you're sick with a cold? Find out.
Vitamin D deficiency: Can it cause high blood pressure?
See what the research says about too little — or too much — vitamin D and your blood pressure numbers.
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HEALTH TIP OF THE WEEK
The power of positive thinking
Negative thoughts can feed pessimism and create unnecessary stress. You can learn to turn negative thoughts into positive ones. The process is straightforward, although it's challenging, especially at first. Start by following one simple rule: Don't say anything to yourself that you wouldn't say to anyone else. Throughout the day, stop and evaluate what you're thinking. If a negative thought enters your mind, evaluate it rationally and respond with affirmations of what is good about yourself.
Need practical advice on diet and exercise? Want creative solutions for stress and other lifestyle issues? Discover even more healthy lifestyle topics at MayoClinic.org.
Going the distance: Don't get squeezed by the tech crunch
How can you make technology work for you and not against you? Try these handy tactics.
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