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3 Surprising Signs You’re Sleep-Deprived

Feeling like you need a nap an hour after downing a venti latte is a pretty clear clue that you’re not getting enough sleep. However, there are some more subtle signs that you’re lacking z’s.  

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Osteoporosis: What You Need to Know

Osteoporosis affects both men and women and causes your bones to become weak and fragile. Here's what you need to know to reduce your risk.

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What Parents Should Know About Swaddling and SIDS

While some experts tout swaddling as a way to help your baby sleep more soundly, you may have heard about the report saying swaddling may be linked with sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). What’s a new parent to think?

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