Insider / Dr. Anna Guanche 8 simple ways to curb your sugar cravings May 4, 2018

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A year-round resolution that many people make is to have healthier eating habits. Whether that means eating more fruits and veggies or cutting down on portions, changing your eating habits is a good start to having a healthier lifestyle. One of the first steps you can take to help is to cut down the amount of sugar you intake on a daily.

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Univision Primer Impacto / Dr. Rady Rahban Latinos and plastic surgery May 4, 2018

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Prevention / Dr. Nancy Rahnama The Blood Type Diet: Can Eating Based on Your Genetics Help You Lose Weight? May 2, 2018

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Diets have historically taken a one-size-fits-all approach, but lately, nutrition advice has been all about getting personal. Thanks to the rising popularity of nutrigenomics–decoding your nutrition needs based on your genes–and a focus on creating healthy eating habits based on your lifestyle and preferences, diets no longer exist as they once did.

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U.S. News & World Report / Dr. Paul Turek How to Find a Good Fertility Clinic May 2, 2018

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IN THE WEEKS AFTER storage tanks in two separate fertility clinics in different parts of the country failed, destroying hundreds and perhaps thousands of frozen eggs and embryos, Dr. Paul Turek fielded calls from a raft of patients. These were men and women who had eggs, sperm or embryos frozen at one of the banking facilities he uses in California. The anxious would-be parents asked whether their reproductive tissues were safe.

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Health Line / Dr. Ming Wang More Children Are Becoming Nearsighted… These New Glasses Might Help May 2, 2018

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Myopia affects almost 30 percent of the population in the United States. Severe myopia is associated with complications that can threaten your eyesight.

However, there’s some promising news on the horizon, at least for children.

Glasses that proponents say are specially designed to slow the progression of myopia in children are scheduled to launch this summer.

The lenses, developed by scientists at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, were found to reduce the progression of myopia for 60 percent of the young participants in a two-year, double-blind, randomized clinical trial.

In addition, the new lenses completely stopped further vision loss in 21 percent of trial participants.

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