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What you might have missed in June

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June 30, 2015
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What you might have missed in June

Here is a recap of the June news from Harvard Health Publications.

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Cognitive behavioral therapy offers a drug-free method for managing insomnia

Combination of a cholesterol-lowering statin and ezetimibe lowers risk of a heart attack or stroke

Improving Memory: Understanding age-related memory loss
By age 60, more than half of adults have concerns about their memory. However, minor memory lapses that occur with age are not usually signs of a serious problem, such as Alzheimer's disease, but rather the result of normal changes in the structure and function of the brain. This report describes these normal age-related changes and other more serious causes of memory loss — and how to distinguish between them.

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6 ways you can prepare to "age well"
You're probably already doing a lot to ensure that you stay in good health and are able to enjoy your later years. But it also makes sense to have some contingency plans for the bumps in the road that might occur. Read more »

7 ways to calm your upset stomach
Indigestion is real. The medical term for persistent upper abdominal pain or discomfort without an identifiable medical cause is functional dyspepsia. Eating a meal often triggers symptoms of functional dyspepsia. Read more »

Putting the kibosh on belching
Constant burping can be annoying...and embarrassing! But there are some simple steps that can help you squelch belching. The key is to reduce the amount of air you swallow. Read more »

Why good posture matters
Good posture is important to balance and also helps you maintain correct form while exercising, which results in fewer injuries and greater gains. Read more »

Do you have an overactive thyroid?
The symptoms of an overactive thyroid can be subtle and suggest any number of other health problems, ranging from a bowel problem to heart disease or a mental health issue. Read more »

When to worry about worrying
There is no shortage of things to worry about — from personal concerns about job security or health to fears related to larger issues such as political conflicts or natural disasters. Anxiety can be a healthy response to uncertainty and danger, but constant worry and nervousness may be a sign of generalized anxiety disorder. Read more »

Trying to be perfect can cause anxiety
No one is "perfect." Yet many people struggle to be, which can trigger a cascade of anxieties. Read more »

Coping with Anxiety and Stress Disorders
Everyone worries or gets scared sometimes. But if you feel extremely worried or afraid much of the time, or if you repeatedly feel panicky, you may have an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental illnesses, affecting roughly 40 million American adults each year. This report discusses the latest and most effective treatment approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapies, psychotherapy, and medications. A special section delves into alternative treatments for anxiety, such as relaxation techniques, mindfulness meditation, and biofeedback.

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Exercise 101: Don't skip the warm-up or cool-down
Starting a workout with "cold" muscles can lead to injury. It's important to start each workout with a warm-up and end with a cool-down — and that goes for true beginners, seasoned pros, and everyone in between. Read more »

Preventing ingrown toenails
An ingrown toenail is one of the most common sources of foot pain. Although it's usually just a nuisance, it can be a serious problem for anyone with diabetes or circulatory difficulties. Read more »

10 tips for finding the right shoes
When shopping for shoes, you want to have more than fashion in mind — you'll also want to consider function and keeping your feet in good shape. Read more »

Keep your advance directive safe but accessible
Many people understandably want to keep their living will and health care power of attorney forms in a secure place. But if these documents are locked away in a safe deposit box, they won't be much help if you're unexpectedly hospitalized. Here are some people who should have copies of your advance directives and other places they should be filed. Read more »

5 truths about protecting your eyes
We debunk five common myths — and tell you how to truly keep your eyes healthy. Read more »

5 ways to protect your eyes from AMD
There is no surefire way to prevent AMD. However, there are things you can do to delay its onset or reduce its severity. Read more »

News from Harvard Health

How to get at the roots of memory slips
A variety of factors can contribute to general forgetfulness. They include poor health, medications, sleeplessness, lack of exercise, stress, depression, and alcohol use. Read more »

Making good choices about anesthesia
Anesthesia affects your experience and your recovery. Learn your options. Read more »

Strength training improves heart health
Strength training has been linked to several factors that improve heart health, including weight loss, less belly fat, and a lower risk of diabetes and high blood pressure. Read more »

Get nutrients from food, not supplements
Nutrients are most potent when they come from food. Supplements may be helpful for people who are unable to get enough nutrients from the diet or who have a genuine deficiency in a particular nutrient, such as vitamin D. Read more »

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What is memory?
How we remember
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How memory changes with age
Memory impairment: Normal aging or brain disease?
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