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Ways to Fight the ‘Freshman 15’

Sept. 7, 2000 — Unused living quarters, unused courses, new friends, new levels of push, and bounty of nourishment. Small wonder, the specialists say, that college first year recruits often gain weight, or what’s more commonly known as the dreaded “freshman 15.” “Everything is so modern that it makes perfect sense why it happens,” says…

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Kids Need an Hour of Exercise a Day

June 13, 2005 — Kids need at least an hour a day of physical action to guarantee good health, agreeing to the discoveries of a CDC-backed expert board. As childhood weight climbs to record levels and school-based physical instruction programs appear progressively imperiled, panel individuals say they trust the recommendations will serve as a wake-up…

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How Does Your Brain Respond to Food?

Aug. 1, 2011 — Willpower alone usually isn’t enough for enduring weight misfortune; instep, to counter obesity, some specialists presently suggest centering on the ways in which the brain responds to nourishment instead of solely on individual choice. In a paper distributed in the August issue of the Diary of the American Dietetic Association, dietitians…

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FDA OKs Device With No Finger-Prick For Diabetes

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Columnist THURSDAY, Sept. 28, 2017 (HealthDay News) — The primary fingerstick-free blood sugar checking framework for adults with diabetes has been affirmed by the U.S. Nourishment and Drug Administration. The Freestyle Libre Streak Glucose Monitoring Framework features a little sensor wire that’s put below the skin’s surface and continuously monitors blood…

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