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Friendly Fats: High-Fat Foods That Can Aid Weight Loss
Bariatrics
Not all fats are created equal. So-called "healthy fats" can improve health and help with weight loss.
This article could explain the difference between saturated and unsaturated fats and list foods rich in the best kinds of fat.
A Self-Conducted Test for Aortic Aneurysms
Cardiovascular
A recent study published in the American Journal of Cardiology says a thumb-palm test often correlates with a diagnosis of an aortic aneurysm. The way a thumb moves can indicate that a patient's joints are lax, which is a possible sign of connective tissue disease. Given that aortic aneurysms were responsible for 9,923 deaths in 2018 and more than 50% of related deaths occurred among men, it's important to recognize an aneurysm before it ruptures.
This article could discuss the findings of the study and what the test is, and then cover screening guidelines.
Facing Symptoms After Breast Cancer
Oncology
Although 66% of women with breast cancer are diagnosed early and have a good chance of survival, many continue to experience post-treatment symptoms in silence. Research shows as many as 77% of women said they continued to live with three or more uncomfortable symptoms.
This article could focus on the variety of symptoms women may experience—including hot flashes, fatigue, anxiety, cough, bone pain, swelling and more—and encourage them to speak up and seek help from their physicians.
Common Golf Injuries
Orthopedics
It's a slow-moving game, but golf can cause a number of painful orthopedic injuries.
This article could dive into the most common ones and how they're treated, and also discuss preventive measures.
How Serious Is Strep Throat?
Pediatrics
Strep throat is more than just a bad sore throat. It's a bacterial infection, and complications can occur.
This article could discuss strep throat, how it's caught, who's at risk, antibiotics for treatment, possible complications that can result from strep throat and how to protect the family from it. A sidebar could explore the symptoms of strep throat.
Hibernation Help
Wellness
Sleep affects everything from quality of life to, possibly, dementia risk.
This article could offer tips for a better night's sleep beyond basic sleep hygiene, such as how to choose the right mattress and pillow to reduce shoulder and back pain and which bedding materials can keep individuals cool or warm at night.
Heavy Menstruation
Women’s
For some women, menstruation is longer and more painful than for others.
This article could get explore the causes of the problem and discuss available treatments and their effectiveness.
Lower Your Risk of Obesity With Resistance Exercise
Bariatrics
According to new research, doing resistance exercise (RE)—either alone or with aerobic exercise—can significantly decrease obesity risk. In this study, RE was associated with 20% to 30% reduced risk of developing obesity.
This article could explain what RE is and provide a couple of RE exercises people can do at home. A sidebar could discuss when to visit a bariatric professional when exercise and diet haven't worked.
Dining, Timing and Heart Health
Cardiovascular
A study in the Journal of the American Heart Association found that eating certain foods at certain times of day may influence people’s risk of death from heart disease. A starchy snack after a meal, for example, may increase heart disease death risk, whereas eating fruit with lunch may reduce the risk.
This article could explore the study’s findings and remind readers of the importance of healthy eating as part of heart health.

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