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    Ask Dr. K: Strength training slows bone loss

    10/21/2016 08:36 PM EDT
    DEAR DOCTOR K >> I was recently diagnosed with osteopenia. My doctor advised strength training because it can help slow bone loss. How does it do that? DEAR READER >> Osteopenia is a thinning of the bones. 
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    Pittsfield girl, family cope with Rett Syndrome, raise awareness
    10/21/2016 08:36 PM EDT - Jaycee Danforth recently turned 3. But when you say hello to her, she may not talk back. She's not shy and she's not rude. She just has Rett Syndrome. She doesn't appear much differently from any other little girl. Full Story

    Myth vs. Fact: Nothing 'natural' about synthetic substances
    10/21/2016 08:36 PM EDT - Have you ever heard of K2, and Spice or Charge Plus and Hurricane Charlie? They are labels given to substances within two categories of the hundreds of synthetic drugs sold in the U.S. K2 and Spice are two of the many names used for synthetic Full Story

    Why you should eat the rainbow — and the paler foods, too
    10/14/2016 03:27 PM EDT - How many times have you heard the phrases "eat the rainbow" or "avoid white at night"? Although certain white foods — namely white flour and refined sugar — don't do our health any favors, and white rice lacks the fiber and many of the Full Story

    Ask Dr. K: Why you should volunteer for health study
    10/14/2016 03:27 PM EDT - DEAR DOCTOR K >> I have a particular disease. A nearby medical school is recruiting people with my condition to participate in a research study. Should I volunteer? DEAR READER >> There are two good reasons to consider volunteering for a Full Story

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    Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston split up

    Taylor Swift decides Tom Hiddleston isn’t the one after all and hands him his walking papers.