- Allergies and asthma: Double trouble
- Caffeine: How much is too much?
- Diuretics: A cause of low potassium?
- Erectile dysfunction symptoms: How do I recognize a problem?
- Weight loss: Gain control of emotional eating
- Allergy-proof your house
- Women's health: Prevent the top threats
- Video: Modified push-up
- Can't sleep? Try daytime exerciseRegular physical activity, especially aerobic exercise, can help you fall asleep faster and make your sleep more restful. However, for some people, exercising right before bed may make getting to sleep more difficult. If that's you, don't exercise within three hours of bedtime.
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