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Ziya Gaziyev
We’ve known for two or three decades that we’re in the middle of an obesity epidemic. A third of the American public is obese — meaning they weigh at least 20 percent more than their ideal weight— while two-thirds are overweight. But the obesity epidemic is not just in wealthier countries like the United States,...
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Most of us have heard the phrase low immune system, but what does it mean, how is it measured, and what are its health implications?
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Turning 50 can be a shock — after all, it means we’ve now been on the planet for half a century.
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We all know that stress is one of the banes of modern existence.
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Most people have only a vague notion of what magnesium deficiency is, and the health problems it can cause.
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Everyone needs the vitamins and minerals in food to stay healthy, but research shows a lot of people get less than adequate amounts. What to do? Start by having your doctor determine which nutrients you are falling short of. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that most Americans lack calcium, potassium, magnesium, and Vitamins A,...
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Cardiovascular disease, a term that covers both heart conditions and stroke, has been the world’s leading cause of death for decades, claiming about a third of all lives. Lifestyle changes and annual check-ups can reduce the risk substantially, but unfortunately millions of people stick with unhealthy routines, becoming ticking time bombs. The keys to maintaining...
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Almost everyone experiences the sudden, sharp pain of leg cramps once in awhile.
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