Marlene Cimons The Washington Post


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  • Chronic Itching: Top Causes, Symptoms And Treatment Options

    Chronic Itching: Top Causes, Symptoms And Treatment Options

    Chronic itch can be because of dry skin and skin disorders like psoriasis, eczema or painfully familiar conditions such as bug bites or poison ivy. Here's everything you need to know about chronic itch.

  • Are You Sleeping More Than 8 Hours? Here's Why You Need To Be Worried

    Are You Sleeping More Than 8 Hours? Here's Why You Need To Be Worried

    Nobody knows why some people sleep long, although researchers suspect genetics may be involved.

  • Women May Need More Cooling During Or After Exercise

    Women May Need More Cooling During Or After Exercise

    Athletes who perform multiple bouts of high intensity exercise, which result in compounding increases in core temperature, may benefit greater from recovery periods that utilize cooling modalities, and females may benefit even more

  • You're Getting Older. Is It Time To Get Medical Care From A Geriatrician?

    You're Getting Older. Is It Time To Get Medical Care From A Geriatrician?

    A geriatrician is a doctor who specializes in caring for the complex medical problems of the elderly.

  • Migraines: Why Do Women Have More Headaches Than Men?

    Migraines: Why Do Women Have More Headaches Than Men?

    A migraine is much more than just a terrible headache. To be sure, migraine typically involves a painful throbbing headache, most times on one side of the head, sometimes both.

  • Many People Live Unaware Of A Hole In The Heart That Does Not Close

    Many People Live Unaware Of A Hole In The Heart That Does Not Close

    Everyone is born with a hole in the heart. During pregnancy, this hole allows blood to bypass the fetal lungs - and deliver oxygen to the unborn baby's heart and brain. The small opening, located between the left and right chambers, usually closes on its own within a few months after birth.

  • Too Much Carbon Dioxide May Cloud our Thinking

    Too Much Carbon Dioxide May Cloud our Thinking

    More than five million people will die from a frightening cause: breathing.

  • Too Much Carbon Dioxide May Cloud Our Thinking

    Too Much Carbon Dioxide May Cloud Our Thinking

    Do you sometimes find yourself losing focus on the job? Is your thinking a little fuzzy? It could be something in the air - and you and your co-workers may be the source.

  • Live Long And Prosper? You May Have It In You

    Live Long And Prosper? You May Have It In You

    Mary Harada's father lived to 102, healthy and sharp to the end. She wouldn't mind living that long, if she could stay as mentally and physically fit as he was. "He died sitting in his chair,'' says Harada, 80, a retired history professor who lives in West Newbury, Mass. "He was in excellent shape until his heart stopped.''

  • What it Takes to Live up to 100 Years

    What it Takes to Live up to 100 Years

    Mary Harada's father lived to 102, healthy and sharp to the end. She wouldn't mind living that long, if she could stay as mentally and physically fit as he was.

  • Being Able to Handle Stress Might Help You Become a Centenarian

    Being Able to Handle Stress Might Help You Become a Centenarian

    The New England Centenarian Study began studying very old people and their offspring in 1995, setting out to determine - among other things - which characteristics people 100 and older seem to share.

'Marlene Cimons The Washington Post' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Chronic Itching: Top Causes, Symptoms And Treatment Options

    Chronic Itching: Top Causes, Symptoms And Treatment Options

    Chronic itch can be because of dry skin and skin disorders like psoriasis, eczema or painfully familiar conditions such as bug bites or poison ivy. Here's everything you need to know about chronic itch.

  • Are You Sleeping More Than 8 Hours? Here's Why You Need To Be Worried

    Are You Sleeping More Than 8 Hours? Here's Why You Need To Be Worried

    Nobody knows why some people sleep long, although researchers suspect genetics may be involved.

  • Women May Need More Cooling During Or After Exercise

    Women May Need More Cooling During Or After Exercise

    Athletes who perform multiple bouts of high intensity exercise, which result in compounding increases in core temperature, may benefit greater from recovery periods that utilize cooling modalities, and females may benefit even more

  • You're Getting Older. Is It Time To Get Medical Care From A Geriatrician?

    You're Getting Older. Is It Time To Get Medical Care From A Geriatrician?

    A geriatrician is a doctor who specializes in caring for the complex medical problems of the elderly.

  • Migraines: Why Do Women Have More Headaches Than Men?

    Migraines: Why Do Women Have More Headaches Than Men?

    A migraine is much more than just a terrible headache. To be sure, migraine typically involves a painful throbbing headache, most times on one side of the head, sometimes both.

  • Many People Live Unaware Of A Hole In The Heart That Does Not Close

    Many People Live Unaware Of A Hole In The Heart That Does Not Close

    Everyone is born with a hole in the heart. During pregnancy, this hole allows blood to bypass the fetal lungs - and deliver oxygen to the unborn baby's heart and brain. The small opening, located between the left and right chambers, usually closes on its own within a few months after birth.

  • Too Much Carbon Dioxide May Cloud our Thinking

    Too Much Carbon Dioxide May Cloud our Thinking

    More than five million people will die from a frightening cause: breathing.

  • Too Much Carbon Dioxide May Cloud Our Thinking

    Too Much Carbon Dioxide May Cloud Our Thinking

    Do you sometimes find yourself losing focus on the job? Is your thinking a little fuzzy? It could be something in the air - and you and your co-workers may be the source.

  • Live Long And Prosper? You May Have It In You

    Live Long And Prosper? You May Have It In You

    Mary Harada's father lived to 102, healthy and sharp to the end. She wouldn't mind living that long, if she could stay as mentally and physically fit as he was. "He died sitting in his chair,'' says Harada, 80, a retired history professor who lives in West Newbury, Mass. "He was in excellent shape until his heart stopped.''

  • What it Takes to Live up to 100 Years

    What it Takes to Live up to 100 Years

    Mary Harada's father lived to 102, healthy and sharp to the end. She wouldn't mind living that long, if she could stay as mentally and physically fit as he was.

  • Being Able to Handle Stress Might Help You Become a Centenarian

    Being Able to Handle Stress Might Help You Become a Centenarian

    The New England Centenarian Study began studying very old people and their offspring in 1995, setting out to determine - among other things - which characteristics people 100 and older seem to share.

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