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Public unaware of cancer risk from too little exercise, study reports

It has long been accepted that regular exercise can assist in helping to prevent or reduce the risk of a multitude of health problems....

Ketogenic diets may lead to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes

New research published in the Journal of Physiology indicates that ketogenic diets, which are low carbohydrate high fat eating plans that are known to lead to...

Parents’ religious beliefs may affect kids’ suicide risk: study

Teens, especially girls, whose parents are religious may be less likely to die by suicide, no matter how they feel about religion themselves, new...

Giving kids plates with segments and pictures caused them to eat more vegetables

A pair of researchers at the University of Colorado has found that preschool kids ate more vegetables when presented with segmented plates with pictures...

Mom still matters—In study, young adults tended to prioritize parents over friends

If you're a parent who feels your college-age children would choose their friends over you, a new UCLA psychology study has a reassuring message:...

‘Believing you’re a winner’ gives men a testosterone boost and promiscuous disposition

A new study shows that men only have to believe they've bested another man in competition to get raised testosterone levels and an inflated...
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Minerals for Memory & Mood

Supplemental iron and zinc can help to improve cognitive skills and enhance mood, among women who are deficient in these minerals. Iron is essential for...

Vitamin C and Antibiotic Combo Can Kill Cancer Cells

Researchers have shown that a combination of antibiotics and Vitamin C can destroy cancer stem cells before they promote the growth of fatal tumors. Researchers...

Fennel Reduces Postmenopause Symptoms

Study confirms the benefits of fennel in reducing postmenopause symptoms such as sleeplessness, hot flashes, and anxiety. A recent study has confirmed that fennel helps...
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