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Which diet is the best, really?

How many times have you been asked that question? And how many times have you seen a promotion of the latest and greatest diet that is presumably the fail-safe way to lose weight and get healthy? I think we have all seen that, ultimately, few people are successful with...

source: By Amy Bertram
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If you associate vitamin A with vision health, you are correct. But you may only be "seeing" half the picture. This vitamin also has a role in several of your body's functions, including your skin and respiratory health (via Cleveland Clinic). Vitamin A is an essential...

source: Health Digest

For years, Vitamin D has been viewed as a helpful supplement to address everything from mood disorders to heart disease prevention. The popular supplement has also long been used to reduce the risk of bone fractures in older adults. New...

source: Health

A team of researchers located at Helmholtz Munich reports on a novel function of vitamin K, which is generally known for its importance in blood clotting. The researchers discovered that the fully reduced form of vitamin K acts as an antioxidant efficiently inhibiting ferroptotic...

source: Technology Networks

Although we generally understand exercise to be good fo us in all sorts of ways, scientists continue to make interesting inroads around the specifics of this relationship. The latest comes from a team in Germany which has found that...

source: New Atlas

A new study by kinesiology graduate students from Western has found passive exercise leads to increased cerebral blood flow and improved executive function, providing the same cognitive benefits as active exercise. Published...

source: Medical Xpress

Record levels of obesity and physical inactivity among children mean they are set to bear the brunt of poorer health effects from rising global temperatures – that's the stark warning in a new comprehensive review of current studies...

source: News Medical


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