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Health Tip: When To Call Your Doctor If You Have Lower Back Pain
Few people go through life without having episodes of lower back pain.

What Makes Up the American Gut?
Want a healthy gut? New research suggests you should eat plenty of fruits and veggies, avoid antibiotics and take care of your mental health.

Health Tip: Find Your Resting Heart Rate
A normal resting heart rate is between 60 and 100 beats per minute, but this rate will be affected by a person's stress, caffeine consumption, anxiety, hormones, medication and fitness level, the American Heart Association says.

Backbreaking Work May Shorten Men's Lives
As if their work wasn't already tough enough, new research suggests that men in physically taxing jobs may be at risk of an early death.