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Q: My husband frequently has a nightcap before going to bed. He says scotch relaxes him and helps him fall asleep. The only trouble is that he frequently wakes up in the middle of the night, and then he has a hard time getting back to sleep. That wakes me...
For probably the past 20 years I have made little progress on New Year’s resolutions. I start out with good intentions to get rid of clutter, get organized, improve my memory, and worry less. The second of January I spent four hours in my small...
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Ana Veciana-SuarezI'm on the baby shower circuit these days, marching in a parade of pink and blue that has left me a tad nostalgic for the sweet smell of a newborn's hairless head. Of course, this wistfulness lasts for all of two seconds. Then reality rushes in. I...
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Growing up on a foreboding South Side block near Brainerd Park, Brooks College Prep senior running back Cleveland Clark considers every day a gift. Not to mention a challenge. "I know what type of neighborhood I live in so I do my best not to even be...
Q: Why isn't there a soluble 325 mg aspirin tablet available in the U.S.? I carry two 325 mg tablets in my coin purse at all times and have read that one should take aspirin at the first sign of a heart attack, while simultaneously calling 911. Is it...
Q: I lost my job six months ago when the company downsized, and I am still unemployed. I cannot sleep and am disinterested in any activities I once enjoyed. Is this grief or depression? A: While 30 million Americans will suffer from depression at...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt hurts to walk. It hurts to sleep. It hurts to hug. And it hurts when people don't understand. You must be a complainer or a hypochondriac, they think. Maybe it's all in your head. You look fine — why don't you get better? If there is a form...
Premium Health News ServiceWho hasn't ever aired a complaint about their appearance: wrinkles, puffy eyes, sleep-deprived? Go ahead, insert your issue here. Here's the good news: A solution may be in what you add to your grocery cart. Try these beauty foods for a natural glow and...
Premium Health News ServiceWhen you wake up in the morning, are you refreshed and ready to go, or groggy and grumpy? For many people, the second scenario is all too common. Numerous health conditions and medications can interfere with normal sleep - including prescription and...
While health professionals encourage people to get from seven to eight hours of sleep nightly, millions of Americans are falling well short of that mark. Many are getting just five to six hours and recent studies have shown that more than 20 percent of...
The Medicine CabinetQ: Is the antidepressant escitalopram (Lexapro) different from citalopram (Celexa)? Does it have any advantages? A: Both escitalopram and citalopram are types of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Other SSRIs include sertraline (Zoloft),...
I don't often suffer from insomnia, but sleep came slowly after the outcome of the presidential election was announced ("Re-elected," Nov. 7). My good and valued friend of almost a half-century, Nat Asch, often says that "we're going to die at the right...
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