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Mammogram guidelines: What's changed?
Get the latest Mayo Clinic mammogram guidelines for breast cancer screening.
Heart disease prevention: Strategies keep your heart healthy
You can avoid heart problems in the future by adopting a healthy lifestyle today. Here are six tips to get you started.
Alzheimer's prevention: Does it exist?
Staying physically and mentally fit may be most effective in preventing Alzheimer's.
Migraines: Are they triggered by weather changes?
Some people who have migraines appear to be more sensitive to changes in the weather.
Lemon or lime glaze for chicken, fish or vegetables
Tangy green beans
HEALTH TIP OF THE WEEK
Need a snack? Go nuts!
Nuts can be good for your heart. They may lower low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or 'bad,' cholesterol levels. Eating nuts may reduce the risk of developing blood clots that can lead to a heart attack. Try a small handful of nuts every day. Walnuts are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Almonds, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts and pecans are also very heart healthy. Even peanuts, which are technically not a nut, but a legume, can be good for you. Of course, choosing nuts coated in chocolate, sugar or salt may cancel out their heart-healthy benefits.
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