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Social Medicine Blog Stress Can Encourage Good Habits Too - Although stress can motivate some people to overeat or go on a shopping spree, it can also encourage them to stick to their good habits, such as eating healthily and exercising, according to a new study. The research, conducted by scientists from Unive... Continue reading

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Social Medicine Blog US Teen Birth Rates Drop To New Low - Teen birth rates have dropped significantly, most notably among Hispanic teens, according to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Among adolescents aged 15 to 19 years, the birth rate rate fell by close to one half from... Continue reading

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Social Medicine Blog Yoga Can Help Lower Blood Pressure - According to a new study presented at the "28th Annual Scientific Meeting", yoga can help lower a person's blood pressure. Desirable or normal blood pressure is generally considered to be below 120/80 (one-twenty over eighty). Where 120 represents the... Continue reading

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