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Battling The ‘COVID-15’: Half Of Americans Fear They’ll Never Get Their Pre-Coronavirus Body Back

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May 25, 2020 … New survey on weight gain during the coronavirus outbreak reveals that the average adult has put on five pounds since beginning quarantine. Nearly two-thirds of Americans feel they’ve been eating more unhealthy foods compared to just a few months ago. NEW YORK — Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, exercise regimen, and diet is difficult in the best…

Omega-3 Fats Won’t Lower Your Risk Of Developing Cancer, Study Finds

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Mar 11, 2020 … New research shows that omega-3 supplements may slightly raise a man’s risk of having prostate cancer. Scientists also say evidence also reveals a small reduction in one’s odds of developing coronary heart disease. NORWICH, England — Omega-3 fats have long been viewed as a natural aid in the fight against conditions like cancer, heart disease, and…

Drink More OJ! Oranges May Reduce Obesity, Prevent Heart Disease & Diabetes, Study Finds

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Mar 04, 2020 … LONDON, Ontario — As fruits go, the orange may be among the most underappreciated. Sure, everyone knows they’re chock full of vitamin C and orange juice is indeed a breakfast staple for tens of millions. But, oranges still largely take a back seat to their more popular cousins in the apple and banana. Perhaps now, however, the…

Time Of The Season: Study Finds Late Fall, Early Winter Is Best When Trying For Baby

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Feb 19, 2020 … BOSTON — Thinking about adding a new member to the family? Scientists at Boston University say that couples tend to achieve conception at a quicker rate during the late fall or early winter. That timeline is especially relevant for residents of southern U.S. states, according to this first-of-its-kind piece of research. First, birthday rates according to…

Tired Nation: Americans Now Averaging Less Than 6 Hours Of Sleep Per Night

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Jan 20, 2020 … Annual survey reveals adults are sleeping a staggering 47 minutes less than they did in 2018. Respondents had 105 “terrible” nights of sleep on average in 2019 — up from 99 in 2018. NEW YORK — As the years press forward, sleep is becoming a frustratingly harder challenge for many Americans. That’s the main finding of…

Study: Most Testosterone Boosters Nothing But Bull, Will Leave You + Your Wallet Limp

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Jun 28, 2019 … LOS ANGELES — If you’ve visited a health or fitness supplement store recently you’ve probably seen testosterone boosters, or “T-boosters,” for sale. These supplements are marketed as a natural way for men to gain muscle and increase their libido, but new research finds that these supplements have little to no real scientific evidence to support their claims.…

Lower-Carbon Diets: They’re Healthiest For The Planet — And You, Too, Study Finds

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Apr 09, 2019 … ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Forget low-carb diets. It’s lower-carbon diets that may be the best option. A new study finds that not only are lower-carbon diets better for the environment, they’re also great for our bodies. The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan and Tulane University focused the carbon footprint of what more than…

Alternative Medicine Use Among Children Has Doubled Since 2003

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Jun 20, 2018 … CHICAGO — Alternative medicines, such as nutraceuticals, herbal products, and natural supplements, have presented families with new ways of treating and preventing illnesses in their children, albeit with varying degrees of success. As more and more people veer away from antibiotics and standard treatments, a new study finds that the use of alternative medicine with…

Scientists Develop Muscle Rejuvenation Elixir For Older Adults

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Mar 20, 2018 … HAMILTON, Ontario — You don’t have to be a young gym rat to down a supplemental shake after a workout. Scientists at McMaster University in Canada have developed a ready-to-drink formula for seniors that, based on their studies, repairs and rejuvenates muscle tissue, especially for those over 65. In the elderly and the retirement-aged, individuals routinely…

Twitter A Major Platform In The Growth Of The Anti-Vaxxer Movement, Study Finds

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Feb 27, 2018 … BOULDER, Colo. — Anti-vaccination sentiment has been building in the United States over the past five years, with Twitter being one of the most instrumental vehicles for those who oppose traditional vaccines, a new study finds. Using a machine-learning algorithm, researchers from the University of Colorado and the University of Alabama analyzed more than 500,000…

If You’re Sick, Stay Home: Study Finds The Flu Can Be Spread Just By Breathing!

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Jan 31, 2018 … COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Avoiding people who are coughing and sneezing during the flu season is difficult enough, but now scientists from several universities have found that the influenza virus can spread just by breathing, too. The flu typically spreads via aerosol droplets in the air that hang around for long periods. Most people are…

No Amount Of Alcohol Is ‘Safe’ When You’re Pregnant, Study Finds

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Oct 26, 2017 … BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — That occasional glass of wine may be more harmful than believed. A new study finds that simply put, no amount of alcohol is “safe” to drink when you’re pregnant. Researchers at Binghamton University, State University of New York conducted an experiment on pregnant rats, exposing them to ethyl alcohol vapor once, about halfway…

Autism Diagnoses More Common In Wealthier, Educated Communities, Study Finds

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Oct 17, 2017 … MADISON, Wisc. — Autism is more prevalent in wealthier and more educated communities, a new study finds. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison looked at health data on 1.3 million eight-year-olds who were part of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study that took place in 11 states from 2002 to 2010, helping…