1. Two weeks of inactivity can lead to "metabolic derangement" A new study published in Diabetologia studied several markers of health in a group of 45 men and women who were asked to abruptly
1. Smaller plates don't make you eat less when you're hungry Want to eat less? Eat on smaller plates. This popular theory for reducing portion sizes has officially been debunked. A new study out of
1. Eat this fruit for better eyesight A 15-year study out of the Westmead Institute for Medical Research found that people who ate just one serving of oranges a day had over a 60% reduced risk of
1. Air pollution may increase the risk of diabetes Air pollution has already been linked to an increased risk of heart disease, lung disease, kidney disease, and other noncommunicable diseases.
1. New study shows how running provides similar benefits as mindfulness meditation Several new studies have shown that 30 minutes of moderately intense running improves focus, memory, cognitive
1. High blood pressure at age 50 linked to a greater risk of dementia A new study out published in the European Heart Journal found that blood pressure as low as 130 could at the age of 50 could
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1. This malfunction in your fat cells may lead to weight gain A study out of the University of Copenhagen has discovered the vital role that a fat molecule plays in weight loss. Large amounts of