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The best approach depends on your age.

Stroke ranks higher than heart attack in scaryness, say surveys. So stroke prevention is something we all care about.

Of the two main stroke-prevention procedures, new research points to which is the better choice.

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No Smoking

Use these 5 steps to stop now.

President Barack Obama’s 2010 physical examination revealed that he is in generally good health -– and that he is still trying to quit smoking. His doctor’s advice: keep up his "smoking cessation efforts"; in other words, he should keep trying to kick the habit.

Stress is one of the reasons people give for not being able to quit smoking, says Susan Rausch, health educator at the Pat Walker Health Center and co-chair of the University of Arkansas’ FRESH campaign to promote the Tobacco Free Campus policy.

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The 39 Steps - title shot of classic movie

New films feel new, old films feel old. But why? There's a scientific explanation.

It's more than black-and-white vs. color, standard screen vs. widescreen, classical music vs. rock soundtrack. There's something else that makes films of yesteryear feel very different than modern films -- something about the rhythm and texture. But what?

New research suggests that modern movies are more engrossing — we get "lost" in them more readily — because the universe’s natural rhythm is driving the mind. Really.

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How you feel affects your desire for new things.

Here's research that hits close to home. Because when you're feelin' blue, home is where you want to be. 

This is more than common -- it is behavior you can count on!

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An Advisor Academy tutorial

When your child or grandchild has questions about energy, how do you begin to explain such a vast concept?

Teaching kids about energy starts with conveying that there are many forms of energy around us and even inside us. Life as we know it would not exist without energy. Energy is so important that all food packages list Calories, an old energy unit. Energy is either stored or involved with motion.

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Alisa Singer

What's in your closet, and why?

Every mother loves her kids and every woman loves her black pants. It’s as simple as that. In fact, approximately 99.99% of the female population in the United States adores, and requires an ample supply of, black pants.

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Janet Neilson

What really happens in Canada?

Americans are familiar with the stories of Canadians who would have died because of their government's health care rationing had they not been able to get care in the United States. Perhaps just as troubling, however, are the less dramatic but much more common instances of minor indignities, inequities and inconveniences imposed by the Canadian health care system.

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Tips to make your Garage Band a success

Whether you have been in a garage band for several years or just a few days, it's a group effort, which isn't always easy. In years of playing, I've learned tips and tricks that all members of the Band should adopt to make it work and get along.

Here are some recommendations for garage band harmony:

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