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9 ways to quit sugar for good

Here’s a shocker: the average person takes in 22 teaspoons of sugar daily—more than three times the amount suggested by the American Heart Association. And although it has never been considered a health food, new evidence shows sugar can do … Continue reading

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Earning a College Degree Before, But Not After, Getting Married Protects Against Obesity: NIH-Supported Study

Newswise — WASHINGTON, DC, May 26, 2015 — People who earn a college degree before getting married are much less likely to become obese than those who graduate from college after getting married, according to a new study. “People who … Continue reading

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YOGA: Top 100 Yoga Poses with Pictures!: Yoga, Yoga for Beginners, Yoga Poses, Yoga for Weight Loss

Yoga is getting more and more popular nowadays. Many famous celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and Charlize Theron all practice yoga to keep their bodies fit and good-looking. Contrary to the popular belief, yoga is not … Continue reading

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Life-Saving Herbs, Essential Oils and Natural Remedies for When There is No Doctor

When disaster strikes, it will take more than food and water to keep your family alive. Prepper’s Natural Medicine empowers you with all the information needed to safely create your own medicines when a major disaster has rendered doctors, hospitals, … Continue reading

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Exercise-Induced Weight Loss is More Effective Than Dieting for Improving Adipokine Profile, Insulin Resistance and Inflammation in Obese Men

Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 2015 May 22. [Epub ahead of print] Khoo J1, Dhamodaran S, Chen DD, Yap SY, Chen RY, Tian HH. Author information 1Department of Endocrinology, Changi General Hospital, Singapore. Abstract The adipokines chemerin and adiponectin … Continue reading

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Hearing voices and seeing things others cannot is more common than previously thought, as high as 5 per cent of all people: JAMA Psychiatry

Hallucinations and delusions in the general population are more common than previously thought. An international study led by The University of Queensland and Harvard Medical School found that hearing voices and seeing things others cannot impacts about five per cent … Continue reading

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A good hard look at the world of dieting

The Diet Wheel of Death Have you ever taken a walk around the Health, Fitness, & Diet section in your local bookstore? Shelf upon shelf of books, each promising to give you the body you want, an end to your … Continue reading

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The IOC Manual of Emergency Sports Medicine

The Manual focuses on the fieldside diagnosis and treatment of severe injuries and illnesses that can present at a sports event. It concentrates on basic diagnostic skills and treatment modalities as the sports physician has often limited diagnostic and treatment … Continue reading

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When you’re fat, to be noticed is to be judged. Or mocked. Or worse.

Plum Kettle does her best not to be noticed, because when you’re fat, to be noticed is to be judged. Or mocked. Or worse. With her job answering fan mail for a popular teen girls’ magazine, she is biding her … Continue reading

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For diabetic neuropathy, plant-based-diet interventions may work: Nutrition & Diabetes journal

Nutrition & Diabetes (2015) 5, e158; doi:10.1038/nutd.2015.8 Published online 26 May 2015 A dietary intervention for chronic diabetic neuropathy pain: a randomized controlled pilot study A E Bunner1, C L Wells1, J Gonzales1, U Agarwal2, E Bayat3 and N D … Continue reading

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Exercise classes taught by robots

Technology isn’t just the bastion of the young. When they gather for a physical therapy class, the senior citizens follow instructions from a 22-inch humanoid robot that can move, speak and dance. The robot is positioned on a table and … Continue reading

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The triggers that can derail us at work and in life

In his powerful new book, bestselling author and world-renowned executive coach Marshall Goldsmith examines the environmental and psychological triggers that can derail us at work and in life. Do you ever find that you are not the patient, compassionate problem … Continue reading

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The 7 Principles for Making Marriage Work: A Practical Guide

With more than a million copies sold worldwide, The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work has revolutionized the way we understand, repair, and strengthen marriages. John Gottman’s unprecedented study of couples over a period of years has allowed him to … Continue reading

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