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How Sugar is Killing Us Slowly…

Approximately 420 million people in the world have Type 2 diabetes. In the United States alone, it is believed that in the next few decades, as many as one out of three Americans will develop the disease. You have heard it before, and you’re about…

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Is your post-workout stretching really helping you?

Advice about stretching is bit like advice about nutrition: Confusing at the best of times, usually contradictory, and anything but consistent! “Should I stretch before the workout? After the workout? Both?” “How long should I hold a stretch? Should I stretch everyday?” “Is there such…

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Scientists Discover 44 Genes Linked to Depression

Though we still have much to learn about the causes of depression—such as how much of it is determined by genetic factors, versus societal and lifestyle factors, versus other circumstances in life—a new study published in the Journal Nature Genetic appears to be making some…

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Want to live longer? Become a morning person!

Are you a night owl who has given up on ever becoming a morning person, even though you know it would be better for your life? Here’s some motivation for you: New research from the U.K.—published in The Journal Chronobiology International—studied close to half a…

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