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Penn study: Improvements in U.S. mortality rate offset by obesity
It could harm your heart and waistline Study: Walnuts could quiet that part of your brain that makes you want to eat like crap Obesity in the United States has offset some of the public health gains from advances in medical treatment and a reduction in the ...
Teenagers more likely to eat junk food after exposure to ads, study finds
Commenting on the study, Caroline Cerny, Obesity Health Alliance lead, said: “Now is the time for action, with restrictions on junk food advertising before the 9pm watershed to protect children from exposure to junk food marketing.”
Researchers study on how to make soul food healthier
A two-year study based at the University of South Carolina is trying to learn what happens then ingredients are changed in ways that cut calories and can prevent heart disease, The Post and Courier of Charleston reports . Scientists are recruiting people ...
Cycling does not negatively impact sexual and urinary health finds study
A latest study has found that long hours of cycling do not negatively impact sexual and urinary health in men unlike popular belief. The researchers find that the benefits that cycling has on the cardiovascular system of individuals far outweighs any ...
Study: Constantly Taking Selfies Is A Sign Of Mental Illness
Your friend who cannot seem to control the impulse to post a lot of selfies might actually have a psychological disorder according to a new study published in the International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. Two psychologists, Mark D. Griffiths ...
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