Chris O'Brien

Chris
O'Brien
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Worried about your kid’s weight? Lose the salt, too
If you’re concerned about your child’s weight, you may want to scrutinize salt intake—not just sugar. New research
Going with gut feelings gets the thumbs up
Got a hunch? Don’t be afraid to go with your gut, says new research conducted at Leeds University Business School in
HEPA filters for indoor air may improve heart health
Using a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter may boost heart and vascular health in older nonsmokers by as
Even low-intensity exercise beats fatigue
According to new research you don’t have to pound out 10-mile runs five days a week to feel energized. In fact,
Soy protein may help you stay trim-and stave off heart disease
In a recent study conducted at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and at the University of Vermont, postmenopausal
Moderate happiness may be better than total bliss
Turns out you really can have too much of a good thing—including happiness. Results from a recent analysis suggest
Proof that exercise keeps you young
Although exercising for health certainly isn’t a new concept, scientists recently uncovered one more reason to believe
Carotenes in carrots and other veggies protect the heart
What’s up doc? Though Bugs Bunny’s favorite munchable—carrots—may not keep him safe from Elmer Fudd, they may just keep
Smart diet and exercise choices help prevent cancer
A new report published by the American Institute for Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund reviews how
Sleepless kids at risk of being overweight
A recent study published in Pediatrics suggests that kids who sleep short durations are more likely to become
Soy isoflavones reduce bone loss in menopausal women
Can soy isoflavones help prevent osteoporosis? According to a recent meta-analysis published in Clinical Nutrition, the
A little citrus could add a twist to tea’s antioxidant power
A recent study found that catechins, the powerful antioxidants in tea, are easily destroyed by the digestive process.
High blood pressure can increase disability risk
In a recent study by the Harvard Medical School, researchers found that disability is more common for people with high
Could the blues lead to bone loss?
It is well known that menopause, lack of exercise, smoking, low calcium intake, and even drinking soda are osteoporosis
Sharpen your mind with daily chitchat
Researchers recently found that a 10-minute daily conversation has about the same positive effect on the brain as doing
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