Pregnancy and motherhood don’t cause women to have memory lapses and other cognitive problems, even though the concept of ”pregnancy brain” and ”momnesia” are widely accepted, according to a new study.
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Just How Real Is ‘Pregnancy Brain’?
Traffic congestion may increase the risk of extra weight gain and obesity among children living in areas closer to heavy traffic, new research indicates.
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High-Traffic Areas May Lead to Kids’ Obesity
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Cymbalta, a drug used to treat depression, fibromyalgia, and diabetic nerve pain, may also provide relief from hard-to-treat chronic low back pain.
Antidepressant Cymbalta Eases Back Pain
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