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  • For a Good Night's Sleep, What You Do During the Day Matters

    If you’re having sleep problems, you’re not alone. One recent study found about 40% of the population reports troubled slumber. What you do at night matters, but you can start prepping for bedtime even earlier.

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  • Gender Counts When It Comes to Heart Attacks

    All may be fair in love and war, but the same can’t be said for matters of the heart. A heart attack—when blood doesn’t reach part of the heart muscle—is a medical emergency, but its symptoms vary from person to person.

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  • Learn to Calculate Your BMI

    While body mass index (BMI) isn't a perfect measure, it gives a fairly good idea of how much of your body is fat. Here's how to determine your BMI and what it might mean for your health.

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      Kidney stones are a common problem, affecting about 12% of men and 5% of women. Stones are typically caused by an imbalance in the urinary system: too little water, too much oxalate, or too much calcium. In this video, you'll find out how the stones develop and what you can do to prevent them.