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Treadmills vs. Ellipticals: Which Is Better for You?

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Ellipticals and treadmills are popular cardio machines. Which one is better for you? This Health Hub Knockout pits the two against each other to decide the health and fitness champ.


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Happy Brains and Dreamy Foods (Slideshow)

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What food is bad for thought? Which three foods get you the best sleep? Why should you pay attention to your poop? Health Hub Tips has the surprising answers to these questions and more.


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Recipe: Chicken and Broccoli Slaw Wrap

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Fresh meats, fish/seafood and poultry aren’t just more delicious, they’re much healthier than processed meats. This chicken and broccoli slaw wrap is big on taste — and on fresh, nutritious ingredients.


Robot-Assisted Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery

Robotic Bypass & Back to Life (Video)

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Robotic bypass surgery saved the life of this patient, who was flown to Cleveland Clinic while suffering a heart attack. Watch cardiovascular surgeon Stephanie Mick, MD, and the robot at work.


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Do You Need a Shot for Shingles? (Video)

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Shingles, a relative of chickenpox, can be prevented with a vaccine for people over 60. Learn about the benefits of the shingles vaccine, as well as who is most at risk.


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Bad Reactions to Temporary Henna Tattoos

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Temporary tattoos, including henna tattoos, may seem like a good idea, but they’re far from risk-free. The black henna ink contained in many of these tattoos can cause serious allergic skin reactions.


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Simple Ways to De-stress at Work

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Is your job stressing you out? Don’t worry — you’ve got plenty of company. Here are a few simple but effective ways to de-stress and make your work life easier to handle.


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Women: You Can Beat Heart Disease (Video)

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Heart disease is the number one cause of death in American women. Holly L. Thacker, MD, talks about what you can do, from eating right to regular checks of your cholesterol, blood pressure and more.


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Anemia Drug Not Effective For Heart Failure

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It’s time to find new treatment options for anemic heart failure patients because the commonly prescribed drug darbepoetin alfa isn’t working. Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. James Young, explains.


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Sex Drive and Menopause: 50 Shades of Normal

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How often should you have — or desire — sex? Experts say there is no right answer. Sexual dysfunction simply refers to anything causing distress or interpersonal difficulty in the bedroom. If this issue is troubling you, find expert tips.