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01 Dec Sugar Panic

Now that the professional health hysteria community has moved on from blaming fat as the source of all of their problems, they have found a new target. Sugar. Yes, sugar, that all-encompassing food item that you find in absolutely everything, is now being blamed for everything from...

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29 Nov Working out builds psychological strength, too

Resistance training may benefit some aspects of psychological well-being in older adults, according to new research from the University of Jyväskylä in Finland. Muscle-strengthening activities could boost psychological well-being among seniors. The researchers — who reported their findings in the journal Quality of Life Research — came...

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29 Nov Major advance made in treating dementia

New research reveals how a dysfunction in the brain's so-called self-digestion system leads to cell death in neurodegenerative disorders. The newly discovered mechanism may lead to new therapies for conditions such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease. When the brain's 'housekeeping' mechanism fails, neurons start degenerating. New...

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29 Nov Diarrhea has a diet, too

Diarrhea is a bowel movement that is more liquid than solid or has a loose texture. It is a common problem and may occur a couple of times each year. Diarrhea will usually last no more than 3 days. Soft, bland foods, such as toast, will...

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