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U.S. Alzheimer's Cases to Nearly Triple by 2060
By 2060, almost 14 million Americans will suffer from Alzheimer's disease, a number that's nearly three times as high as today, a new report projects.

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Regular Bedtime Might Be Key to Better Health
As important as getting close to eight hours of sleep a night is, new research suggests that going to bed and waking up at the same time every day is just as critical for your health.

'Fitcations' Are a Great Way to Shape Up
From a three-day bike race to raise awareness of a charitable cause, to adventure travel abroad, you can take exercise to a brand new level on a fitness trip.

Sharing May Be Contagious
Your tendency to share may depend less on your own nature and more on the surrounding culture, a new study suggests.

Fitter Folks Suffer Milder Strokes: Study
It's well-known that regular exercise can help cut your risk for a stroke. Now, new research shows fitness may have an added bonus, cutting the severity of a stroke should one occur.

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