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You’ll Be Shocked to Learn How Unhealthy Sleeping with the Lights On Can Be

It’s long been understood that darkness is most conducive to a good night’s sleep and helps spur the production of sleep-causing chemicals, but doctors recently revealed just how disruptive sleeping with lights on can be to a person’s health.

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How Much You Weigh Could Be Tied to Where You Shop

If you’re one of the millions of Americans who struggle with obesity, part of the problem may lie in where you grocery shop. A new study found people who frequent lower-cost supermarkets tend to be heavier than those who shop at pricier stores.

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Loud Traffic Isn’t Just Annoying — It’s So Dangerous It Could Give You a Heart Attack

There’s no denying that loud noise from traffic is annoying, but who knew it actually has the potential to cause you physical harm?

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Summer Running in Missoula: Why Earlier Might be Better

Now that the sun is rising earlier and morning temperatures usually are well above the freezing mark, more and more people are choosing to exercise before work.

Of course, I am not one of them — this is secondhand information that I have gathered from eavesdropping on other people’s conversations.

Luckily,

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Could the Samples at Cosmetics Counters Make You Sick?

For a woman, visiting a cosmetics counter to try new products can be a lot of fun, but new tests have revealed many of the sample bottles and compacts on display could be harboring yeast, mold and dangerous bacteria strains.

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Prescription Painkillers Emerge As the Leading Cause of Accidental Death

For years, car accidents have been the leading cause of accidental death. But that all changed four years ago when, for the first time, vehicle-related deaths were topped by poisoning due to prescription painkillers like OxyContin and Vicodin.

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How Much Are Americans Spending on Alcohol? — Dollars and Sense

There are many reasons why the idea behind prohibition not only failed miserably in this country, but has been long since buried deep in the American archives alongside slavery and the powdered wig.

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No Skinnies! Gym in Canada Bans Slim Women — Is It Fair?

A big reason folks join a gym is to lose weight. But if a patron of the female-oriented Body Exchange gym in Canada gets too svelte they are liable to lose their membership.

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Can Weight-Loss Surgery Lead to Alcoholism? [VIDEO]

There’s no denying that gastric bypass can be an effective way to treat morbid obesity, but new research suggests the surgery may actually increase the risk of alcoholism, as well.

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What City Has Joined New York in the Quest to Ban Giant Sodas?

Looks like New York City is once again a trend-setter — its proposed ban on large sodas has made Cambridge, MA wonder whether it should follow suit.

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