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Childhood Peanut Allergies Increasing

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More children diagnosed with peanut allergies. In Your Health Minute, A new study reveals childhood peanut allergies have increased 21 percent since 2010. In fact, nearly two and a half percent of kids in the U-S may have an allergy to peanuts. Researchers also found an increase in tree nut allergies. Black children had nearly double the risk of nut…

Medical Marijuana Helps Sometimes

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Medical marijuana is not a cure all.   In Your Medical Minute, there’s emerging evidence about the benefits of medical marijuana for some children. A review of research suggested marijuana might help reduce nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy. The drug might also help decrease seizures in children with epilepsy. There was not enough proof to support the use of…

Many LGBT Employees say they Feel Bullied

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  LGBT workers say they are being bullied. A new survey reveals 40 percent of LGBT workers feel bullied at the office. The poll, conducted by Career-Builder, included over three thousand full time workers. Many LBGT employees said they were falsely accused of mistakes they did not make or were picked on for their appearance. One in five said being…

Want to Live Longer, Walk!

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A little walking produces big effects. Walking could help you live a lot longer. A new study finds regular walking, even for just two hours a week, lowered the risk of an early death, compared to inactivity. Walking was especially effective in reducing deaths from respiratory and cardiovascular disease. Experts say walking is the perfect exercise because it is simple,…

Men Experience Heart Problems at a Younger Age

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  Doctors find men with heart fibrillations at a younger age than women.   In Your Health Minute, Men tend to develop heart problems including an irregular heartbeat earlier than women. A new German study finds the onset of atrial fibrillation jumped sharply in men after the age of 50 but, women after the age of 60. Researchers also found…

Why Some People Don’t Get Cancer Screenings

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People who work for smaller companies not as likely to get cancer screenings. In Your Health Minute…. People working for small companies are less likely to get regular cancer screenings. Researchers from the American Cancer Society looked at screening rates for cervical, breast and colorectal cancer. Workers at companies with fewer than 25 employees were less likely to be up…

O’Charley’s Announces Second Annual Partnership with The Folded Flag Foundation

Now Through October 29th, O’Charley’s Guests Can Donate to Aid the Families of Fallen Soldiers

1/1FOLDED FLAG FOUNDATION Show Caption Hide Caption NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October 9, 2017) — O’Charley’s Restaurant and Bar, the classic American restaurant with locations across 17 states, today announced a second annual partnership with The Folded Flag Foundation, an organization that provides scholarships and educational support grants to families of fallen soldiers. After a successful inaugural initiative, the 200+ restaurants have…

It’s True. Relationships Affect the Heart.

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  Relationships can affect heart health, especially in men. In Your Health Minute, the ups and downs of marriage could be linked to heart disease in men. British researchers tracked changes in cardiovascular risk factors for over 600 married fathers. Men with relationships that were ‘improving’ were linked to lower levels of bad cholesterol and lower weight. But, men in…

Breast Cancer Treatments Affect Work and Income

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  Women who choose the most aggressive breast cancer treatments lose time and money from work. In Your Health Minute, women who undergo aggressive treatments for breast cancer tend to miss more work A new study tracked about a thousand breast cancer patients who had jobs before their diagnosis. Women who had a double mastectomy with reconstruction had nearly 8…

Overnight Workers More Likely to Become Overweight

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  You’re more likely to gain weight working overnight. In Your Health Minute, working at night may make you fat. Studies show it wreaks havoc on your waistline. A new study found night shift work is linked to a 29 percent increased risk of becoming obese or overweight. Permanent night workers had a higher risk of weight gain than those…