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3 Flu Vaccine Myths —Busted!

Misery loves misconception: Learn the truth about flu protection to stay healthy this season. If you’re planning to get a flu shot, now is the time: the vaccine offers the best protection before flu season kicks into high gear in late fall. “The flu vaccine is the number one way to prevent influenza unless you live in a bubble,” said Susan Rehm, MD, vice chair for Cleveland Clinic’s Department of

5 Foods That May Hurt Male Fertility

“Most guys have never even heard that anything in their diet could impact sperm count.”  But the truth is, an emerging body of research suggests that the foods you pile on your plate may play a role in the number of sperm you have (count), whether they’re normally shaped (morphology), and how well they move (motility).  Related: 6 Ways to Boost Your Odds of IVF Success How that does that play

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Having trouble sleeping? ABC’s Tech Contributor Tina Trinh tries out the newest technology that could help you get a better night’s sleep.

Celery may help kill cancer

(NaturalNews) If you need another reason to add more celery into your diet, researchers have now identified a compound in the vegetable that demonstrates anti-tumor activity. Effective against several types of cancer — including those of the pancreas, ovaries, liver, small intestine…

Being a Couch Potato Could Harm You in Ways You Don't Even Know

Is your sofa bad for your health? A host of scientists and advocacy groups say the answer may be yes — and some government officials may slowly be agreeing with them. The problem lies with fire-retardant chemicals in foam sofa cushions. In the 1970s concerns over house fires, some sparked by lit cigarettes on furniture, prompted a move to…

The One Thing Americans Fear the Most

What are you most afraid of? It’s a personal question that brings to mind a number of unsettling thoughts: spiders, ghosts, heights, public speaking. A new survey asked the question to a random sample of 1,500 people across the nation.

Fluoridated water calcifies your arteries: study

(NaturalNews) A major promoter of heart disease in the U.S. today could be a chemical that the government has been intentionally dumping into the water supply for decades on the premise that it prevents tooth decay. Fluoride, according to a new study published in the journal Toxicology…

8 Foods You Should Eat Every Day

Spinach It may be green and leafy, but spinach is no nutritional wallflower, and you know from reading Eat This, Not That! . This noted muscle builder  is a rich source of plant-based omega-3s and folate , which help reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and osteoporosis. Bonus: Folate  also increases blood flow to the nether regions, helping to protect you against age-related sexual issues. And spinach is packed with lutein , a compound

Cell Transplant Helps Paralyzed Man Walk With Frame

The technique, described as a breakthrough by a study in the journal Cell Transplantation, involved transplanting what are known as olfactory ensheathing cells into the patient’s spinal cord and constructing a “nerve bridge” between two stumps of the damaged spinal column. “We believe… this procedure is the breakthrough which, as it is further developed, will result in a historic change in the currently hopeless outlook for people disabled by spinal

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Watson upbeat on Open chances

Bubba Watson was brimming with enthusiasm on Tuesday as he looks to improve on his recent years of poor form at the Open when the 144th Championship gets underway at St Andrews on Thursday. The 36-year-old left-hander from Florida has enjoyed his greatest success on the other side of the Atlantic where he won the 2012 and 2014 Masters’ while also racking up 10 professional victories, including a morale-boosting win

2016 Kia Sorento 2.0T AWD Tested: Four Can Be More than Six

-It used to be rare that we’d test a four-cylinder vehicle that cost more than the same model equipped with a V-6, but that’s becoming more common—and it’s what we have here: a loaded Kia Sorento SXL for $45,095, fully 10 percent pricier than the V-6 AWD edition tested previously. This four, though, isn’t the base engine—it’s the 240-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter found in the EX and in this SXL (for

Zoom-Zoomstart: Mazda Introduces Mobile App With Remote Vehicle Features

– Mazda, which is perhaps the most-awarded car company (by yours truly, of course), is introducing a new mobile app–based suite of remote-control vehicle features dubbed Mazda Mobile Start. Similar to GM’s OnStar app, Mazda Mobile Start (MMS) allows users to remotely start their engine, lock or unlock the doors, fire up the car alarm, and find their car’s location all from a smartphone app.– – – For now, Mazda

IBM’s new computer chips will obliterate everything else on the market

What’s the fastest computer chip you can think of? Now, forget about it, because IBM announced it has created the fastest computer chips ever made. The firm’s new chips are four times faster than today’s top-of-the-line silicon, and they’re also significantly more efficient. DON’T MISS: How have you used Netflix this long without knowing these 10 tips and tricks? IBM is investing $3 billion in a private-public partnership with GlobalFoundries to make the new

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