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Information on the latest research and studies, better-health tips, and advice for children's and seniors' health from GateHouse News Service. Know what the \x34study of the week\x34 means for your health and that of your family, and get plenty of ...
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Information on the latest research and studies, better-health tips, and advice for children's and seniors' health from GateHouse News Service. Know what the \x34study of the week\x34 means for your health and that of your family, and get plenty of fodder to ask your doctor about.
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Number to Know



23.6 million: Autumn is filled with crisp air, falling leaves, pumpkin carving and, of course, hay fever symptoms. Hay fever affects 23.6 million American adults and children, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.



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Senior Health



Price changes to Medicare coverage occur year to year, so examine the prices you have been paying and what you can expect to pay in the coming year. There may be alternative plans with lower costs available in your area that an experienced Medicare specialist can locate.



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New Research



Everyone gets a little boost or “high” when they cheat, according to a study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. TIME.com reports the new research “contradicts previous data that suggests that dishonest actions and intentionally deceiving others makes people feel guilty and worse about themselves.”

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