Exercise is good for your body and your mind, study says

( CNN) The benefits of exert are widely known: it helps you live longer and lowers risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes. A new analyse published Wednesday in The Lancet Psychiatry periodical is demonstrated that when done in moderation, it leads to better mental health as well. The researchers analyzed responses from 1.2 million […]

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Need for velocity: The quest for the world’s fastest humans, without an engine

Battle Mountain, Nevada( CNN) Route 305 is a seemingly nondescript stretching of road in the midst of a very empty country, connecting two small towns. But in the middle of this desolate valley of brown-yellow scrub brush, amid cows and wooden telephone poles and with opinions of dirt-brown mounds, there’s a windy 5-mile stretching of […]

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‘Birth control is a political act’: the pre-Trump contraception rush starts now

In fear of what the new presidency will mean for reproductive rights, women in the US are racing to secure IUDs On Wednesday morning, gynecologist Deborah Ottenheimer went to work ascertained not to talk about the election. I never do that, she says. You merely never know where people are at. But as her doorways […]

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How to tell when your body needs a infringe

( CNN) We’ve all been there: Only when you’re get into the groove of your new workout preoccupation — wham! Suddenly your knee is killing you, or your quads are hurting in a way that just doesn’t feel right. Yep, you’ve over-worked yourself into an injury — and are abruptly wondering why you didn’t take […]

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How we’ fixed’ our diabetic father- and saved his life

When their parents diabetes threatened their own lives, Ian and Anthony Whitington stepped in with a revolutionary diet and fitness scheme. It was a hard plod, but it worked When their father, Geoff, was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes at the age of 50, brothers Ian and Anthony Whitington were not enormously surprised, and for […]

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‘Birth control is a political act’: the pre-Trump contraception hurry-up starts now

In fear of what the new presidency will mean for reproductive rights, women in the US are racing to procure IUDs On Wednesday morning, gynecologist Deborah Ottenheimer went to work ascertained not to talk about the election. I never do that, she tells. You only never know where people are at. But as her doorways […]

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