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Study: Olive Oil Protects Brain From Alzheimer's

The benefits of a Mediterranean diet are widely chronicled, but new research shows extra-virgin olive oil, a key part of the diet, may protect "against cognitive decline."

Specifically, researchers at Temple University in Philadelphia say extra-virgin olive oil "protects memory and learning ability and reduces the formation of amyloid-beta plaques and neurofibrillary tangles in the brain - classic markers of Alzheimer's disease."

Researcher say olive oil reduced inflammation and triggers a process called autophagy, which helps broken down cells to flush intracellular debris and toxins.

US Mayors: Look to Us, Not Washington, for Results

Think Washington, D.C., and your statehouse are irredeemable and unproductive? Look to city hall for answers. That's the message from the nation's mayors six months in to Donald Trump's presidency.

"We don't have time to argue about ideological positions. We have to find real solutions for problems," said New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, who will take over this weekend as president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors as it convenes in Miami Beach, Florida.

China Takes Delivery of First Shipments of American Beef in 14 Years

China let through the first shipments of beef from the United States in 14 years on Friday, after the two nations agreed to resume the trade in May, state media reported.

The imports were brought in by Cofco Meat Holdings Ltd from U.S. meat processor Tyson Foods Inc., China National Radio (CNR) reported on Friday, citing Beijing Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau.

China officially allowed U.S. beef imports from Tuesday this week after the two sides settled the conditions for exports last week.

Are You Being Attacked By Bed Bugs?

It's your worst nightmare - literally. A bed bug infestation leaves you frustrated and stressed out every time you go to sleep. You can wake up itchy from bite marks all over, and it's never fun to notice a bed bug crawling around when you're lying in bed.

What should you do to deal with bed bugs?

Start with the following:

- Clean everything you can and dry it after.
- Brush your mattress.
- Vacuum the entire area.

Signs Your Seasonal Allergies Are Actually Something Worse

The warm summer weather has arrived, encouraging people to go outdoors and enjoy nature. Unfortunately, being outside can bring itching, a runny nose and watery eyes. While most people associate these symptoms to seasonal allergies, there are times when they can be signs of more serious conditions. The following explains what to pay attention to during allergy season.


Allergies can cause the sinuses to swell, which may lead to a pressure headache.

If You Live in These States, You Are at Increased Risk of Exposure to Lyme Disease

Where you live in the U.S. has a significant impact on your risk of getting Lyme disease. Most cases occur in the Northeastern U.S. or the Midwest. In fact, in 2105, 95 percent of confirmed Lyme disease cases in the U.S. occurred in just 14 states. If you live in one of the following states, you are at increased risk of exposure:

- Connecticut
- Delaware
- Maine
- Maryland
- Massachusetts
- Minnesota
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New York
- Pennsylvania
- Rhode Island

While all residents of North America, including both Canada and the U.

10 Things You Should Never Buy at The Grocery Store

The grocery store has a vast display of food options both good and bad. While many enjoy the occasional splurge, making this a habit can lead to serious health complications over time. Processed foods, sodium and added sugars to many products on the store shelves are also high in calories and lack the proper nutrients.

The following are 10 things you should never buy at the grocery store:

Frozen Meals

Certain food options at the store such as frozen meals are time savers because they are quick and easy.

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