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What Is the Proper Dosage of Jogging?
There is no question that a sedentary lifestyle is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD) and an early death. But a new study provides data to make it easy to conclude, that people who go to the opposite end of the spectrum and run too much suffer the same consequence. As usual, there is more to the story before "running" to a conclusion.

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Orthopedist Offers Tips for Preventing Shoulder Injuries
As the most flexible joint in your body, your shoulder can move and position your arm in many ways. But this flexibility also makes it prone to instability and injury.

Health Tip: Manage Allergies in the Bedroom
Allergies can hurt sleep quality, so it's important to make sure your bedroom is as allergen-free as possible.

Smog May Be Harming Your Brain
Long-term exposure to tiny particles of air pollution may be linked to subtle changes in the brain that could lead to thinking and memory problems, a new study suggests.

Challenging Job May Help People With Type of Dementia
Having a challenging job may help people live longer after developing a certain type of dementia, a small study suggests.