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Abdominal Obesity Could Up Risk of Recurrent Heart Attacks

Abdominal Obesity Could Up Risk of Recurrent Heart Attacks

24 minutes ago   |   Medindia Health

Abdominal obesity increases the risk of recurrent heart attacks and strokes. Maintaining a healthy waist circumference is important for preventing future heart attacks and...
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Exercise And Tips To Ensure Good Health And Fitness

Exercise And Tips To Ensure Good Health And Fitness

2 hours ago   |   Health Status   |   2 articles

Nowadays everyone talks about health, fitness, exercise, healthy diet, healthy lifestyle, etc. But do you know the exact definition of health? Health is a good condition of...
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Pregnancy Loss Can Lead to Postraumatic Stress

2 hours ago   |   Medscape

Miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy can lead to anxiety, depression, and posttraumatic stress that improve but can remain significant at 9 months. Medscape Medical News
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Infections Account for 13% of All Cancer Cases

3 hours ago   |   Medscape

Infectious pathogens are responsible for about 2 million cases of cancer worldwide, but there is great variation among geographic regions. Medscape Medical News
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15 Workout Pieces You Can Score at Banana Republic, Because They Have Some Very Good Stuff

15 Workout Pieces You Can Score at Banana Republic, Because They Have Some Very Good Stuff

6 hours ago   |   PopSugar

Reaching your personal body goals arguably has just as much to do with which exercises you're doing as it does what you're wearing while you're doing them. Think about it: if...
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Nearly 31% Goa IT Workers Battle Hypertension, 40% Overweight

Nearly 31% Goa IT Workers Battle Hypertension, 40% Overweight

7 hours ago   |   Medindia Health

Approximately 31 percent of the IT sector workforce in Goa suffers from hypertension, whereas over 40 percent are either overweight or obese, reveals a new study.
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Letter to the Editor: Swine inspections from the Canadian perspective

7 hours ago   |   Food Safety

Opinion Dear Editor, As a former CFIA inspector, I have been following this story regarding the change in inspections on the hog plants with great interest. Change is hard but...
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Vietnam and Hong Kong investigation finds forged health certificates

7 hours ago   |   Food Safety

Vietnamese authorities have identified eight forged health certificates related to one meat processing plant. The Centre for Food Safety in Hong Kong found discrepancies in...
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FSIS policy, precedent means Salmonella petition faces tough sledding

7 hours ago   |   Food Safety

A petition to USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service asking for the listing of 31 Salmonella strains as meat and poultry adulterants raises a question. How did FSIS respond...
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Spending at least 2 hours in nature per week improves overall health and psychological well-being, shows study

Spending at least 2 hours in nature per week improves overall health and psychological well-being, shows study

9 hours ago   |   Natural News

A mountain of research is giving near-conclusive evidence to the idea that exposing yourself to nature improves your physical and mental health, and the effects go beyond just...
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Exercise And Tips To Ensure Good Health And Fitness

Exercise And Tips To Ensure Good Health And Fitness

Nowadays everyone talks about health, fitness, exercise, healthy diet, healthy lifestyle, etc. But do you know the exact definition of health? Health is a good condition of... Read more ...

Don't cut salt completely: Animal study discovers that high-salt diets can...

Don't cut salt completely: Animal study discovers that high-salt diets can inhibit tumor growth

Having too much salt in your diet is incredibly unhealthy. High-salt intake can exacerbate conditions like multiple sclerosis and inflammatory bowel diseases. However, when it... Read more ...

Soybean oil alters genes in the brain: Study

Soybean oil alters genes in the brain: Study

A new study that examined the effect of high fat diets found soybean oil was associated with undesirable changes in gene expression the hypothalamusâat least in mice. Read more ...

Ashley Graham Gives Birth to 1st Child with Husband Justin Ervin - Read Her...

Ashley Graham Gives Birth to 1st Child with Husband Justin Ervin - Read Her Announcement

Congratulations are in order for Ashley Graham and her husband Justin Ervin! The model announced that they welcomed their first child together on Saturday, January 18 at 6 p.m... Read more ...

YouTube blocks Virginia pro-2A live streams to censor patriots and control...

YouTube blocks Virginia pro-2A live streams to censor patriots and control the narrative

YouTube is now blocking pro-America live streams from the pro-2A rally in Richmond, Virginia. Pete Santilli's live stream was just taken down moments ago, replaced with a... Read more ...

Women who undergo in vitro fertilization more likely to have deadly heart...

Women who undergo in vitro fertilization more likely to have deadly heart disease

Pregnancy complications could lead to severely negative health problems that could affect both the mother's and the baby's health. Some women could develop complications during... Read more ...

Abdominal Obesity Could Up Risk of Recurrent Heart Attacks

Abdominal Obesity Could Up Risk of Recurrent Heart Attacks

Abdominal obesity increases the risk of recurrent heart attacks and strokes. Maintaining a healthy waist circumference is important for preventing future heart attacks and... Read more ...

15 Workout Pieces You Can Score at Banana Republic, Because They Have Some...

15 Workout Pieces You Can Score at Banana Republic, Because They Have Some Very Good Stuff

Reaching your personal body goals arguably has just as much to do with which exercises you're doing as it does what you're wearing while you're doing them. Think about it: if... Read more ...

Nearly 31% Goa IT Workers Battle Hypertension, 40% Overweight

Nearly 31% Goa IT Workers Battle Hypertension, 40% Overweight

Approximately 31 percent of the IT sector workforce in Goa suffers from hypertension, whereas over 40 percent are either overweight or obese, reveals a new study. Read more ...

BIG QUESTION: Why is the U.S. vaccination rate still below 50%, after all...

BIG QUESTION: Why is the U.S. vaccination rate still below 50%, after all the fuss, propaganda and scare tactics?

Are vaccines really as “safe and effective” as the manufacturers and CDC always claim? Obviously not. Currently there are no epidemic- or pandemic-style breakouts of infectious... Read more ...