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Smoking linked to higher dementia risk

Smokers have a higher risk of developing dementia, but giving up smoking can lower that risk, according to a new study in South Korea. Long-term quitters and those who had never…

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‘Male menopause’ is hitting men at a younger age: expert – National

Male menopause or andropause means that over time, men slowly begin to lose testosterone. But a recent article from CNN suggests andropause is happening earlier than most of us think,…

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Low-carb diet better when it includes more vegetables, nuts

People who cut back on carbohydrates may end up increasing their risk of premature death if they load their plates with meat and cheese instead of vegetables and nuts, a U.S. study suggests. …

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Concerns loom over the effects of vaping on kids: study – National

They’ve been touted as a safer alternative to smoking cigarettes, but vaping products are casting a new veil of doubt in Canadians’ minds when it comes to the safety of…

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Healthy seniors taking baby Aspirin may be doing more harm than good

In healthy elderly people who never had a heart attack, the widespread practice of taking a baby Aspirin every day may do more harm than good, according to a U.S.-Australian…

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Do you have a hernia? What you need to know about this common condition – National

A hernia is the result of an organ moving out of its permenant place, often pushing through tissue or muscle. “Not all hernias are created equal,” said Dr. Jacinthe Lampron,…

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Canada’s artificial trans fats ban comes into effect — with a phase-out period

Artificial trans fats are expected to be officially banned from Canada’s food supply on Monday — a move that comes almost 15 years after a majority of MPs voted in support of it. The ban will…

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These 8 weird tricks can help you spot health scams online – National

How often have you seen “one weird trick” for weight loss, or that “doctors don’t want you to know about” this new arthritis cure? It’s a growing problem, according to…

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Her dense breast tissue hid cancer for years. Now she’s warning others

In 2014, Michelle Di Tomaso was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer. It came as a shock to her because she had undergone four clear mammograms. She was devastated to learn…

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Depression or young onset dementia? Here’s how to tell the difference – National

Forgetting someone’s name happens to all of us, but for approximately five per cent of Canadians under the age of 65, it might be a sign of young onset dementia….

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