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Screw Fat Loss

The goal of fat loss isn’t (usually) the problem. It’s the mindset that often evolves from a seemingly never-ending fat loss pursuit. Fat loss isn’t executed as a simple objective, structured process that lasts for a designated time — it gradually morphs into a definitive,...

Video Gamers Learn Better

People who play video games performed significantly better than non-gamers in a learning competition and had increased activity in areas of the brain relevant for learning, according to a small study conducted by researchers at Ruhr-University Bochum in Germany and published in Behavioural Brain Research. The...

Diabetes Weakens Bones in Seniors

Although older adults with type 2 diabetes are more likely than their peers without the condition to have normal or higher-than-normal bone density, a new study suggests they are actually at increased risk for fractures. The study was conducted by researchers at Hebrew SeniorLife’s Institute...

How Sodium Boosts Diabetes Risk

Previous research has suggested that a diet high in sodium increases type 2 diabetes risk. Now, a new study provides more information about the connection between salt in the diet and an increased risk for diabetes and another metabolic condition called latent autoimmune diabetes in...

7 Steps to Better Brain Health

In a new advisory published in Stroke, the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA) outlines seven ways to cut dementia risk and keep your brain healthy as you age. Many of the brain-preserving recommendations also boost cardiovascular health, which is known to affect thinking ability. Risk...

Good Health Habits Mean Better Grades

A report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirms the connection between healthy habits and academic performance in teens. According to the report, published in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), high school students with lower grades report more risky health...