Harvard Study Reveals How to Live 10 Years Longer
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Lockdown Could Worsen Hearing Problems for Seniors
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Study: Seniors at Risk When Dentists Prescribe Opioids
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Study: Fewer People Having Second Heart Attack Within One Year
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Belly Fat Linked to Higher Risk of Death Than Any Other Fat
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