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Don’t Have Time To Exercise? Science Has Good (And Bad) News For You

Don’t Have Time To Exercise? Science Has Good (And Bad) News For You

mag863 April 27, 2016 0

It’s a common refrain: We’d like to exercise more, but we just don’t have the time! Well, we don’t have the time for most kinds of exercise. If this is true of you, then

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Foods That Wake You up and Give You Energy

Foods That Wake You up and Give You Energy

mag863 April 2, 2016 0

Sleep is vital to good health. MayoClinic.com states that adults have lower mortality rates and perform complex tasks better if they receive seven to eight hours of sleep per night. However, waking up with

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Do Fitness Trackers Take the Fun Out of Fitness?

Do Fitness Trackers Take the Fun Out of Fitness?

mag863 March 30, 2016 0

If you find yourself obsessively checking your tracker every time you leave the house for a run or power walk, you might be inadvertently taking away some of the joy you get from exercising.

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Two Cups of Coffee Can Reduce the Risk of Liver Disease, Study Finds

Two Cups of Coffee Can Reduce the Risk of Liver Disease, Study Finds

mag863 February 29, 2016 0

Here’s some good news for those who enjoy a coffee: scientists have managed to link regular consumption of it to a reduced risk of liver cirrhosis. Having two cups of coffee a day appears

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Can the Zika Virus Affect Pets?

Can the Zika Virus Affect Pets?

mag863 February 6, 2016 0

The once-obscure Zika virus is now making daily headlines as it surfaces in more countries and health officials rush to make recommendations to keep it from spreading. We know the virus is primarily spread

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Rick Scott Declares State of Emergency Over Zika Virus

Rick Scott Declares State of Emergency Over Zika Virus

mag863 February 4, 2016 0

Florida Gov. Rick Scott isn’t taking any chances with the Zika virus. He officially declared a health emergency in four counties today where cases of the disease have already appeared, The Associated Press reports.

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Social Media is Really Messing With Your Sleep

Social Media is Really Messing With Your Sleep

mag863 January 27, 2016 0

Instagram models and Snapchat gurus might want to proceed with caution. According to researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, frequent social media users probably aren’t sleeping too well. The study, which

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How to Work, Sleep, and Exercise Better

How to Work, Sleep, and Exercise Better

mag863 January 26, 2016 0

Even if you exercise regularly, sitting at your desk all day will kill you. Literally. One study by the American Cancer Society found that men who sit for six or more hours a day

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Eating Healthy During the Week But Bingeing on Weekends is Not OK for Your Gut

Eating Healthy During the Week But Bingeing on Weekends is Not OK for Your Gut

mag863 January 25, 2016 0

A relatively healthy but complex community is living together peacefully, until an unruly mob of hooligans begins unsettling the community’s residents and disturbing the peace every weekend. This scenario could be playing out in the

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There Will Be More Plastic Than Fish in the Ocean By 2050

There Will Be More Plastic Than Fish in the Ocean By 2050

mag863 January 21, 2016 0

It’s time for Captain Planet and the Planeteers to make a comeback. A new study from the World Economic Forum and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation suggests that plastic waste in the ocean will outweigh fish

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