Study finds fitness trackers could slow weight loss

  A new study from the University of Pittsburgh suggests fitness trackers aren’t as effective as some consumers reckon. At the start of the study, John Jakicic and his colleagues at the University of Pittsburgh’s Physical Activity and Weight Management Center place the whole test group on a low-calorie diet and urged them to get […]

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As People Age, Exercise Levels Drop €”and That’€™s Bad

  THURSDAY, Sept. 15, 2016 (HealthDay News)—More than one-quarter of Americans over 50 don’t exercise, a new federal report estimates, increasing their risk for heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. “Adults benefit from any amount of physical activity,” said study co-author Janet Fulton. “Helping inactive people become more physically active is an vital step towards healthier […]

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Why You Crave Food After Mentally Taxing Tasks And How Exercise Can Help

Could the solution to post-study session cravings be a 15-minute jaunt on the treadmill? According to new research in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, small but strenuous workouts may curb the hunger pangs that tend to follow challenging cognitive tasks. For anyone who’s ever ordered Domino’s after pouring over a spreadsheet, or wrapping up a complex report, the […]

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Hillary Clinton has pneumonia, doctor says, after early 9/11 event exit

Tale highlights Hillary Clinton left the 9/11 ceremony early Her campaign said she was feeling overheated The incident seems certain to prompt further scrutiny of Clinton’s health and her campaign’s transparency — though Republican rival Donald Trump was uncharacteristically silent throughout a solemn day marking the 15th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Clinton, 68, […]

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How to Reprogram Your Appetite to Crave Healthy Foods

Starving? This might be why You’re not logging enough z’s: Skimping on sleep can make you place on pounds. “Research shows that sleep deprivation reduces leptin and increases ghrelin levels,” says Dr. Aronne. How much sleep is enough? Per Stanford University research, people who slept five hours a night saw their hunger hormones go haywire, compared […]

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Knowledge makes losing weight much simpler. These tips can help you start off properly. When you want to lose weight, it is extremely helpful to keep a log of the number of calories you take in daily. If you notice that there are places where you can cut out eating fattening foods then do it. […]

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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. I’m going to start by saying I don’t reckon most of the health concerns about Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton are valid, just as I didn’t reckon the health concerns about former GOP nominee John McCain were valid. That being said, I would at least like the media to treat candidates […]

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It is hard to lose weight, especially if those in your household can eat whatever they would like. You must come to the realization that changes are necessary in order to lose weight. This article can help with that. A fantastic weight loss technique involves simple tracking of caloric intake on a daily basis. You […]

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Your Long Commute Is Making You Gain Weight

Getting from your home to your office and back again is a major part of daily life, but the act of commuting may be even more vital than we realize. According to a new report, longer commutes may be detrimental to your health. The report, which was commissioned by London-based charity The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), used UK census data […]

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