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Health News on October 22, 2011

Drinkers told to avoid alcohol 3 days a week to prevent liver problems
Leading doctors in Briton have warned that drinkers should have three days a week off alcohol to avoid slipping into a cycle of binge drinking and risking liver disease. ANI

'Powerless' consumers eat too much to gain status
Consumers who feel powerless try to increase their social standing by eating too much, researchers say. ANI

Pregnant women do more regular exercise than non-expectant peers
A survey has found that pregnant women are fitter and take more regular exercise than those not expecting a baby because they want to give the best possible start to their unborn child, to relax and to get fit for the birth. ANI

Common BP pill can kick start recovery post stroke
A commonly prescribed blood pressure-lowering medication can kick start recovery after a stroke by boosting blood vessel growth in the unaffected part of the brain, a new University of Georgia study has found. ANI

Aromatherapy may produce harmful indoor air pollutants
Spas offering aromatherapy may have elevated levels of potentially harmful indoor air pollutants like volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and ultrafine particles, according to a new research. ANI

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