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Exercise may help people avoid regaining weight after successful dieting

It shows that exercise can crucially alter the body’s response to weight loss and potentially stop unwanted pounds from creeping

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Phthalates are everywhere, and the health risks are worrying.

A tidal wave of new research has documented their wide-ranging negative health impacts. Click here to read the article

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Studies of bisphenol-S, the chemical compound sometimes used to replace bisphenol-A in “BPA-free” plastic products

Was found to be disruptive not only to the body’s hormone system, but to brain circuitry in developing animal embryos.

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Making Exercise a Habit

What’s the best way to create a habit of exercising? Click here to read the article.

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What I Gained From My Journey Through Cancer

My journey started back in January 1999. It was my senior year of high school and I was healthy and

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Exercise, a new study finds, changes the shape and functioning of our genes

Now new research reports that the answer may lie, in part, in our DNA. Click here to read the arrticle.

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Consumption of popular drink coincided with higher chances of cancer, hip fractures

Despite delivering calcium and protein, drinking a lot of milk doesn’t seem to provide a net health benefit for women.

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Enjoy Anderson Cooper’s 13 minute report on what it’s like to try to achieve Mindfulness

Self-awareness scientists say is very healthy, but rarely achieved in today’s world of digital distractions. Click here to see the

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Early onset puberty is a risk factor for breast cancer

Many girls are beginning puberty at an early age, developing breasts sooner than girls of previous generations. Click here to

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Low Vitamin D Tied to Higher Death Risk risk for disease

Many observational studies suggest that low vitamin D levels are associated with an increased risk for disease. Click here to

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