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Study Finds Doing This Regularly Is Likely To Prevent COVID-19 Hospitalization

Multiple reports have been issued over the past month carefully documenting many of the underlying health issues which make the chances much higher for COVID-19 infected individuals of landing in the hospital, and possibly death.  Foremost among these is the pervasive American problem of obesity, and the often corresponding disease of diabetes. "Young adults with obesity are…

New Study Exposes More Evidence That Summer Won’t Stop The Coronavirus

One of the public's last great hopes as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases nears the 2 million mark is that the onset of summer in the northern hemisphere will help defeat the virus as warmer temperatures make life for the virus more hostile, hampering the virus's ability to spread. However, it's looking increasingly likely…

Study: Scent of a Rose Improves Learning During Sleep

Researchers striving for ‘effortless’ learning during sleep Effortless learning during sleep is the dream of many people. The supportive effect of smells on learning success when presented both during learning and sleep was first proven in an extensive sleep laboratory study. Researchers at the University of Freiburg – Medical Center, the Freiburg Institute for Frontier…

Children Who Drink Whole Milk Have a Lower Risk of Being Overweight – Study

Skip to content Findings challenge international guidelines that promote reduced-fat milk to children A systematic review and meta-analysis led by St. Michael’s Hospital of Unity Health Toronto found children who drank whole milk had 40 percent lower odds of being overweight or obese compared with children who consumed reduced-fat milk.The research, published in The American…

UN Study Finds World’s Highest Rate Of Child Detention… Under Obama

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk, A UN study shows the “U.S. has world’s highest rate of children in detention". That was under the Obama administration. Unacceptable Headline Of course, such a headline is politically unacceptable. Thus, the UN Withdrew the Study. A Nov. 18 story headlined “U.S. has world’s highest rate of children in detention…

Leading Experts Reveal Benefits of Vitamin D

Vitamin D is essential for human health. Although much is known about its important role in bone metabolism and in certain areas of non-skeletal health, there are many open questions and topics of debate.With the help of guest editor, Terry Aspray, Calcified Tissue International has commissioned seven state-of-the-art expert reviews which provide insights into current consensus and…

Researchers Linking Personality Traits, Not Just Food Addiction, to Obesity Patients

Skip to content Food can trigger overconsumption similar to alcohol and drugs, but it is not the whole story A large analysis of personality studies has found that people with obesity behave somewhat like people with addictions to alcohol or drugs. But obesity is also a complex condition that cannot be fully explained by the…

Potatoes as Effective as Carbohydrate Gels for Boosting Athletic Performance – Study

Potatoes cost-effective, nutrient-dense, whole-food source of carbohydrates Consuming potato puree during prolonged exercise works just as well as a commercial carbohydrate gel in sustaining blood glucose levels and boosting performance in trained athletes, scientists report.“Research has shown that ingesting concentrated carbohydrate gels during prolonged exercise promotes carbohydrate availability during exercise and improves exercise performance,” said…

Study: Green Tea Holds Key to Reducing Antibiotic Resistance

Infections becoming increasingly difficult to treat as resistances to antibiotics rise University of Surrey | EurekAlert! - September 23, 2019 Scientists at the University of Surrey have discovered that a natural antioxidant commonly found in green tea can help eliminate antibiotic-resistant bacteria.The study, published in the Journal of Medical Microbiology, found that epigallocatechin (EGCG) can…

Exercising While Restricting Calories Bad for Bone Health – Study

A new study published today in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research shows how bones in mammals are negatively impacted by calorie restriction, and particularly by the combination of exercise and calorie restriction. Maya Styner, MD, associate professor of medicine at the UNC School of Medicine, is the senior author on the study.“These findings…
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