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Your gut is arguably one of the most important parts of your body.
Excessive sugar intake can cause health problems ranging from diabetes to obesity to higher risk of cancer.
Organisms construct their DNA using building blocks they get from food so, maybe you are, in fact, what you eat.
Creating a low-oxygen environment could lead to repair not only of heart muscle, but of other organs as well.
Researchers have found a potentially effective new method of promoting weight loss. And no, not the sort of weight loss attained through crash diets.
While it's not fully clear how the breast milk affects the brain and cognitive growth, what is clear is that it does.
A new study shows that regular exercise does make a difference to sperm quality by all measures.
Could the potential cure for diabetes and obesity be as simple as protein?
Accumulation of a toxic class of fat metabolites, known as ceramides, may make people more prone to type 2 diabetes.
The ADA has released new guidelines. More activity can improve glucose control and encourage weight loss.
Making sure you get enough fiber is no joke.
Maybe Santa is jolly, and a little corpulent, but research seems to indicate that big people are not happier.
Eating right may be the key to preventing impaired cognitive development.
Low-volume, high-weight resistance training is the accepted "norm" for building strength, but that may not be the case.
Research of hunger gatherers in East Africa shows that physical activity is approximately 14 times greater than average American.
After total knee replacement (TKR), the risk for hip fracture increased by 4% and the risk for vertebral fracture increased by 19% percent compared to the population without TKR
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