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Lifting weights may make your nervous system stronger, too

In a new study, researchers found that gym-goers may get frustrated when they don't see results from weightlifting right away, but their efforts are...

This exercise makes you hungrier and likely to eat more at the next meal

People often believe that exercise can make you hungrier, so they may therefore eat more during subsequent meals. But for the typical person, single sessions...

This simple exercise may help prevent heart diseases and diabetes

In a new study, researchers found that 12 weeks of easy-to-administer passive stretching helps improve blood flow by making it easier for arteries to...

This exercise could boost blood vessel health, improve blood pressure

Essential hypertension—a type of high blood pressure that occurs without a known cause—is linked to an impaired ability of the blood vessels to dilate...

These two wholegrain foods may reduce weight gain and liver inflammation

In a new study, researchers found the consumption of dietary fiber from oat and rye brans supported gut health, which in turn improved cholesterol...

Poor sleep linked to higher blood sugar, study shows

People with diabetes have high levels of blood sugar (or blood glucose). When blood sugar builds up too high, it causes harmful effects. A study...

Many people still unwilling to comply with COVID-19 prevention behaviors

In a new study, researchers found that several U.S. cities may be at increased risk of surges in COVID-19 cases as they reopen their...

Most diets could help lose weight and lower blood pressure for less than 1...

Obesity has nearly tripled worldwide since 1975, prompting a plethora of dietary recommendations for weight management and cardiovascular risk reduction. But so far, there has...

Exercise may help slow or prevent vision loss

In a new study, researchers found that exercise can slow or prevent the development of macular degeneration and may benefit other common causes of...

Scientists find how to delay memory loss in older people

A recent study at King’s College London found that small lifestyle changes such as diet and exercise could influence brain aging through certain molecular pathways. This means...

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