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March 26, 2013
Health Tip: Alcohol Can Affect Your Athletic Performance
(HealthDay News) -- Excessive alcohol consumption can trigger many problems with your body, particularly when it comes to athletic performance.
Health Tip: Kids Keeping You From Exercising?
(HealthDay News) -- Kids and family responsibilities can make it tough to find time to exercise, but it's important for your health and to be a good role model.
New Method May Help Pinpoint Woman's Final Menstrual Period
TUESDAY, March 26 (HealthDay News) -- A new formula to predict a woman's final menstrual period could help menopausal women fight bone loss and reduce their heart disease risk, a new study reports.
Tofu-Rich Diet May Help Women With Lung Cancer Live Longer
TUESDAY, March 26 (HealthDay News) -- Eating tofu and other soy foods may help women who develop lung cancer increase their odds of living longer.
Too Much TV May Make Kids Antisocial, Study Suggests
TUESDAY, March 26 (HealthDay News) -- Five-year-olds who watch television for three or more hours a day are a bit more likely to fight, steal and have other antisocial behaviors by the age of 7, a new study suggests.
Brain Differences Seen in People With Migraines
TUESDAY, March 26 (HealthDay News) -- People who suffer migraines may have certain structural differences in pain-related areas of the brain, a new study suggests.
U.S. Must Step Up Response to Vets, Report Says
TUESDAY, March 26 (HealthDay News) -- Timely and adequate health care is needed to help U.S. military personnel and their families readjust to life after deployment, an Institute of Medicine report finds.
Breath Test Might Predict Obesity Risk
TUESDAY, March 26 (HealthDay News) -- A simple breath test may be able to tell if you are overweight or will be in the future, a new study suggests.
Temporary Tattoos May Leave Permanent Damage
TUESDAY, March 26 (HealthDay News) -- As thousands of college students head to sunny spots for spring break, getting temporary tattoos may seem like a fun thing to do. But the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns that they can cause blisters and permanent scarring.
Health Highlights: March 26, 2013
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