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Good News! Get My Fat for Fuel Online Courses at Half-Price, Plus One Free Video, Too

Good News! Get My Fat for Fuel Online Courses at Half-Price, Plus One Free Video, Too

July 16, 2018 | 893 Views

The secret’s out. A topic I introduced in my last book, “Fat for Fuel,” has become headline news just about everywhere you look, and it seems like everyone is talking about how replacing refined carbs and processed foods with...

Talc Cancer Verdict of $4.6 Billion From St. Louis Jury Sends ‘Very Powerful Message’

Talc Cancer Verdict of $4.6 Billion From St. Louis Jury Sends ‘Very Powerful Message’

July 16, 2018 | 466 Views

A St. Louis jury has hit talc maker Johnson & Johnson with billions of dollars in punitive and personal damages to be paid to plaintiffs who claimed either they or a member of their family had gotten ovarian cancer from asbestos in the...

Exercising This Much as a Teenager Lowers Blood Pressure: Study

Exercising This Much as a Teenager Lowers Blood Pressure: Study

July 16, 2018 | 300 Views

In a small, first-of-its-kind study, researchers found that teenage boys who engaged in high-intensity exercise had lower blood pressure lasting up to an hour after completing their workouts. One downside of the study was that it only included boys...

‘Do Not Eat This Cereal’: CDC Issues Blunt Warning About Honey Smacks as Outbreak Grows

‘Do Not Eat This Cereal’: CDC Issues Blunt Warning About Honey Smacks as Outbreak Grows

July 16, 2018 | 400 Views

The popular Kellogg’s cereal Honey Smacks is at the center of a massive recall and warnings by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) not to eat it. Linked to a salmonella outbreak, Honey Smacks is the suspect agent in sickening...

The Looming Threat to America’s Favorite Fruit

The Looming Threat to America’s Favorite Fruit

July 15, 2018 | 1,227 Views

Fusarium wilt is a deadly banana disease destroying banana plantations throughout the world. As scientists race to figure out how it’s spreading so quickly to places far apart from each other — Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Australia...

High Blood Pressure: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

High Blood Pressure: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

July 15, 2018 | 156 Views

High blood pressure afflicts about 1 in 3 Americans, 66 percent of whom are age 65 or older. The British aren’t immune, though: About 40 percent of adult Brits also have hypertension, according to Loves Yourself Fitness — but children...

Use of ‘Smart Drugs’ on the Rise

Use of ‘Smart Drugs’ on the Rise

July 15, 2018 | 150 Views

Tens of thousands of people report using prescription drug stimulants such as Ritalin or Adderall in an effort to boost mental performance. The trend was discovered through an anonymous online questionnaire about drug use worldwide; the survey...

Soccer’s Concussion Epidemic

Soccer’s Concussion Epidemic

July 14, 2018 | 1,479 Views

The hazards of football have gotten a lot of attention in the past year or so, with concussions being the center of discussion in both big leagues and college ball, as well as in juvenile competition teams like Pop Warner. It’s time to pay...

Cold Temps Lead to Offspring With More ‘Good Fat’

Cold Temps Lead to Offspring With More ‘Good Fat’

July 14, 2018 | 376 Views

A new study takes family planning to a new level by suggesting that fathers can increase the amount of “good fat” — aka brown adipose tissue — their potential offspring carry by staying in a cool environment for several days...

Does Sparkling Water Make You Hungry?

Does Sparkling Water Make You Hungry?

July 14, 2018 | 487 Views

Presumably, sparkling water is a good, no-calorie alternative to sugary sodas and their artificially sweetened counterparts. But research shows the carbon dioxide that makes that H2O “sparkle” may induce you to eat more than you would...

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