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Preeclampsia Tied to Tripling of Dementia in Later Life
High blood pressure during pregnancy can be a sign of preeclampsia -- a potentially life-threatening complication. Now, new research suggests preeclampsia might also make women more vulnerable to a specific type of dementia.

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Health Tip: Be Aware of Autumn Driving Hazards
Autumn is a particularly dangerous time to be out driving. The days are getting shorter, the weather can be unpredictable and wet leaves frequently cover the roads.

Protein-Packed Foods That Should Be Part of Your Diet
Protein is key to your well-being and deserves a significant place in every diet. Knowing the best sources can boost your health as well as help you feel more satisfied on fewer calories.

U.S. Birth Rates Continue to Drop as Age of New Moms Rises
American women are having fewer children, and they're having them later in life, a new government report shows.

Genes, Not Diet, May Be Key to Gout Flare-Ups
Although many people suffering from painful gout flare-ups point to diet as the culprit, new research suggests DNA plays a much bigger role.