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To Lower Alzheimer's Risk, Be Active

Some research suggests that by engaging in certain physical and mental activities, you may be able to lower your risk for cognitive decline.

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Feel Dizzy When You Stand?

You’re sitting or lying down. You leap up. Suddenly, you’re dizzy and lightheaded. This could be a sign of orthostatic hypotension, which doctors have long linked to heart problems. And  it might have consequences for the mind, too.

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Don't Despair Over Bowel 

If you feel an urge to have a bowel movement but are unable to hold it until you reach a bathroom, or you accidentally leak stool, you may have bowel incontinence. But you don’t have to suffer in silence. Bowel incontinence is often treatable.

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Prioritizing Your Mental Health During a Pandemic

Your day-to-day life may look much different now than before the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve all been introduced to some new—and at times—uncomfortable ways of living, like social distancing, stay-at-home orders, and quarantining. Such pandemic-related changes may have you and your loved ones worried, overwhelmed, or even scared. Now more than ever, you need to mind your mental health.

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