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How football training could benefit people with prediabetes

How football training could benefit people with prediabetes

In a recent study, European researchers find that football training could help improve bone health in middle-aged and older people with prediabetes. People with prediabetes...
Multivitamins may not protect your cardiovascular health

Multivitamins may not protect your cardiovascular health

Taking multivitamin and mineral supplements does not prevent heart attacks, strokes or cardiovascular death, according to a new study. The study analyzed 18 studies and...
People who tan in gym can become addicted

People who tan in gym can become addicted

Gyms are places people go to get healthier. But a recent study from University of Connecticut shows that nearly half the gyms in the U.S....
Cars, trains, airplanes How are they linked to your heart health

Cars, trains, airplanes: How are they linked to your heart health?

Living in a big city offers lots of convenience: you are close to public transport, schools, hospitals, airports, shopping centers, restaurants, theaters, and beautiful...
Bitter-taste sensitivity linked to cancer risk

Bitter-taste sensitivity linked to cancer risk

High bitter-taste sensitivity is associated with a significantly increased risk of cancer in older British women, according to new research from Penn State. The team...
45+ working hours per week linked to higher diabetes risk in women

45+ working hours per week linked to higher diabetes risk in women

In a recent study, researchers find that clocking up 45 or more working hours in a week is linked to a higher risk of...
Obesity and loss of muscle mass may predict dementia, Alzheimer's risk

Obesity and loss of muscle mass may predict dementia, Alzheimer’s risk

In a recent study from Florida Atlantic University, researchers find that skinny fat may be an important predictor of cognitive performance in older adults. Skinny...
Can the new blood pressure guideline harm your health

Could the new blood pressure guideline harm your health?

Recently, the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association have issued new blood pressure guidelines to redefine high blood pressure, or hypertension. According...
People with dementia diagnosis may take unnecessary drugs

People with dementia diagnosis may take unnecessary drugs

A new international study led by University of Sydney shows more newly diagnosed dementia patients take medications. Some of the mediations are unnecessary or inappropriate. The...

Why you should listen to your gut

To prevent colon cancer, you need to be aware of your digestive system and its daily cycle. There are several possible early symptoms that people...