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As 2014 comes to a close, the Center for Preventive Health and Lifestyle Medicine would like to wish its members, partners and other industry professionals a safe and happy holiday season. As we reflect on the past year for the industry, we would like to provide the readers of the eNews on Prevention, Wellness & Lifestyle a look at the most accessed articles from the year. Our regular publication will resume Jan. 7.


7 harmful diet lies you probably believe
TIME
From May 28: As a culture, we go through phases with our diet preferences — low-fat gave way to low-carb, dairy-free begat gluten-free, and eggs (poor eggs) are either omega-rich wunderkinds or insidious cholesterol bombs depending on the current political climate and whether or not Mercury's in retrograde. Yet, there are some out-there diet myths that we simply can't seem to shake.
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7 ways to keep alcohol from wrecking your diet
Health.com via CNN
From Jan. 15: Over the years, many of my clients have confided that too many cocktails on the weekend, followed by alcohol-induced overeating, cancels out their work-week healthy eating efforts. And as a result, instead of seeing results, they remain "stuck" in a weight loss plateau. Sound familiar? This trend is supported by a new U.K. survey, which found that in a single evening out on the town, 40 percent of women consume about 1,000 calories in alcohol alone.
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Can exercising at night hurt your sleep?
upwave.com via CNN
From April 23: Maybe you're the kind of person who likes to lift weights while watching "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon," go running in the park at 10 p.m. or practice Pilates after you've digested your dinner. If so, you've no doubt heard the rumblings that exercising at night is bad for your sleep. After all, exercising raises your core body temperature, increases your heart rate and prompts your system to release stimulating epinephrine.
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5 signs you're vitamin deficient
Q by Equinox via Yahoo News
From July 16: When your body is trying to tell you something — for example, that you’re skimping on critical vitamins — it may go to some strange lengths. "With today's diet of processed foods it’s easy to become vitamin deficient — either by not eating enough of the right foods or not absorbing them properly due to digestive issues," says Dr. Susan Blum, founder of the Blum Center for Health and author of the new book, "The Immune System Recovery Plan."
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7 weird signs of health troubles
Men's Health via TIME
From Feb. 26: You don't need a crystal ball to predict your future health — just your five senses. Whether you realize it or not, many conditions and diseases start with physical changes you may not pinpoint as problematic. The good news: if you know what to look for, you can spot many issues early — and treat them fast. Here are seven ways your body could be signaling a health hazard.
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3 ultra-effective exercise machines you're not using, but should be
TIME
From March 5: It's easy to get into a gym routine and just bust in, do your thing and leave. We all do it. But in case you haven't noticed, the gym is filled with cool machines — and chances are, you haven’t tried all of them out yet. Translation? One of them could be your new gym friend and you simply haven't given it to the time of day it deserves.
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5 reasons to drink coffee before your workout
TIME
From July 2: Half of Americans start their day with coffee, and according to recent study, working out after downing a cup of java may offer a weight loss advantage. The Spanish study, published in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, found that trained athletes who took in caffeine pre-exercise burned about 15 percent more calories for three hours post-exercise, compared to those who ingested a placebo.
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Too much running tied to shorter life span
HealthDay News via WebMD
From April 9: Running regularly has long been linked to a host of health benefits, including weight control, stress reduction, better blood pressure and cholesterol. However, recent research suggests there may be a point of diminishing returns with running. A number of studies have suggested that a "moderate" running regimen — a total of two to three hours per week, according to one expert — appears best for longevity, refuting the typical "more is better" mantra for physical activity.
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Want to lose weight? 3 fitness myths you should never, ever believe
TODAY
From July 9: Fitness myths are tempting to believe, because if they were true it would be easy for everyone to get in shape. But falling for them can sacrifice serious results and keep you from finding an effective program that really works. Here are three popular myths.
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The sneaky cause of your sugar cravings
Yahoo Health
From Nov. 5: Sugar can’t catch a break these days. With everyone from from HBO comedian John Oliver to Yahoo’s Global New Anchor Katie Couric bashing sugar’s vice-like grip on the modern diet, more and more people are deciding to ditch it. The problem? It’s really, really difficult. We’re all neurologically wired to favor sweet flavors, and eating sugar sets off signals in your body that make us feel happy — and crave more of it.
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