Why eating late at night may be bad for your brain. That dinner you've been putting off until late at night or bowl of ice cream you can't resist before bedtime could mess with your head. Today Health, 02/21/2015. (Also see Sleep Disorders)
5 things you still may not know about colds and the flu. There still are a few things people don't know about colds and the flu — and what you don't know might make you sick. Today Health, 02/14/2015.
Sunbathers take heed: skin damage continues hours after exposure. Here's a warning to sunbathers everywhere. Scientists have found that the skin damage caused by UV rays does not stop once you get out of the sun. Reuters, 02/19/2015. (Also see Vitamin D Deficiency, Sunshine, and Scleroderma)
FDA approves new treatment for varicose veins. The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new technique for treating varicose veins by sealing them with a clear liquid that turns into a solid adhesive. Washington Times, 02/20/2015. (Also see Antiphospholipid Syndrome)
How SLUMPING could be causing your headaches: Increased pressure on the neck not stress or dehydration is to blame. Experts say 80 per cent of all tension-type headaches are caused by muscles in the neck, made worse by bad posture. Mail Online, 02/20/2015.
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