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Study: Artificial Sweeteners Linked To Weight Gain, Other Health Problems

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Jul 22, 2017 … WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Using artificial sweeteners may be one way to limit sugar intake, but a new study finds that they’re still linked to weight gain, along with other heart-related ailments. Researchers at the University of Manitoba in Canada reviewed the results of 37 previous longitudinal studies that had examined 400,000 individuals over the course of…

Worrying You Don’t Get Enough Exercise Can Cut Lifespan Short, Study Finds

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Jul 21, 2017 … STANFORD, Calif. — The mere thought that you’re not working out enough can cut short your lifespan, a new study finds. Researchers at Stanford University looked at data samples from three nationally representative surveys with over 61,000 American adults, which contained info on weight, activity levels, whether one smoked, and one’s assessment of whether they…

Nation’s Physicians Act Against Climate Change Health Hazards

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Mar 23, 2017 … WASHINGTON — Doctors across the country are joining with scientists to spread the message that studies show climate change can be harmful to our bodies. Last week, more than 50% of the nation’s physicians collaborated in order to benefit the health of citizens and spread awareness of climate change. The group includes pediatricians, doctors, allergists, geriatricians,…

Study: Having Attractive Husband Makes Women Likelier To Fixate On Body Image

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Jul 19, 2017 … TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The attractiveness of one’s partner may play a role in their decision to improve their body image, particularly when it comes to women, a new study finds. Researchers at Florida State University examined 113 newlywed, 20-something couples in Texas to try to evaluate the importance that attractiveness plays in a relationship. With…

Depression Tied To Faster Brain Aging, Poor Memory In Seniors, Study Says

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May 14, 2018 … MIAMI — One more reason to take extra care of your mental health, especially on the hard days: Depression among older adults may lead to faster brain aging and memory problems, according to a new study. The study also revealed that elderly people with depression have slightly different brain structures compared to those without depression symptoms.…

Study: Coronavirus Misconceptions Widespread Among Americans, British

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Mar 26, 2020 … From lack of knowledge about symptoms to false, discriminatory beliefs about people of Asian descent, new study reveals that the general public isn’t entirely in the know when it comes to the coronavirus. STANFORD — We have learned a lot about the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 in a short amount of time, but there…

Study: Multivitamins, Other Common Supplements Have No Health Benefits

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May 29, 2018 … TORONTO — Taking multivitamins or other commonly consumed vitamin and mineral supplements won’t actually provide you any health benefits, but they won’t harm you either, a new study finds. Researchers from the University of Toronto and St. Michael’s Hospital conducted a review of 179 studies on popular vitamin supplements that were published between January 2012…

Bullying Can Cause Long-Lasting Sleep Problems For Victims, Study Finds

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Aug 23, 2017 … BELMONT, Ma. — Being the victim of bullying may mean the onset of restless nights, a new study finds. Researchers at McLean Hospital, a Massachusetts-based institution affiliated with Harvard, set up an experiment using mice to explore how the physical and emotional stressors associated with being picked on affect sleep. During their repeated experiment, a…