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Too Little Sleep is Harmful to Men’s Health

You may not realize it, but your body is pretty active while you sleep. Your brain is busy creating new…

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Study: Americans Have Gotten Shorter, Heavier

Tall people seem to have it made. Not only do they tend to be healthier, smarter, and more successful than…

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Is the Key to Fighting Superbugs Right Under Our Noses?

Actually, it might be in our noses. Scientists in Germany recently discovered a strain of bacterium hiding in the human…

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Overweight, Obese Men Have a Higher Risk of Premature Death

In one of the most comprehensive obesity studies to date, researchers in England found that the global obesity epidemic may…

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Study Links Omega-3 with Bowel Health

Countless studies point to the health benefits of fish-derived Omega-3 fatty acids, which is why many experts recommend adding more…

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Do Good Bacteria Support Healthy Weight? New Study Says Yes

Probiotics are the friendly microbes found in the human gut that are known to support digestive and immune health. Now,…

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Silence Isn’t Just Golden, It’s Good for You

True silence isn’t easy to find in our modern world. Here in the United States, your best bet may be…

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Simple Daily Stretches May Help Ease Menopause Symptoms

Although menopause is a natural transition that happens to all women, the symptoms that go along with it—including hot flashes,…

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Overweight, Obese Boys More Likely to Develop Liver Disease

Childhood obesity rates continue to rise in the United States, but the problem reaches far beyond our borders. Countless children…

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Is Gut Bacteria Linked to Chronic Fatigue?

Until only recently, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) was thought to be psychological in nature. In other words, “It’s all in…

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More Americans Saying “No” to Sugary Drinks—But is it Enough?

A new study offers promising news about the American diet, but we still have a long way to go, according…

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Omega-3 Linked to Shorter Hospital Stays after Heart Surgery

The heart health benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids are well documented, and research shows that a diet rich in Omega-3…

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Food Allergies: Is More Fiber the Solution?

The number of people with food allergies keeps rising on a global scale, and researchers in Australia believe it may…

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Feeling Stressed? Try a Little Art Therapy

You may have noticed those adult coloring books popping up everywhere, encouraging us to take a break from our hectic…

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Women and Adults under 35 More Prone to Anxiety Disorders

Many of us experience occasional anxiety about things like work, relationships, and money, but anxiety disorders go deeper, often triggering…

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