Preschool children who go to bed after 9 p.m. will double the chance of this medical condition later on.
According to a new study, regular bedtimes before 8 p.m. in preschoolers lowers the chance of obesity by half compared to those who go to bed after 9 p.m.
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New research explains why many diet plans are doomed from the start.
Successful dieters tend to choose to eat healthy foods that they really like, a new study finds.
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The amount of sitting that risks damaging the heart.
Researchers have revealed that more than 10 hours sitting a day increases the chance of heart-related illnesses.
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Burning carbohydrates and fat all depends on the activity duration and the intensity when we exercise.
An alkaloid supplement can increase the fat burnt in individuals by 7 grams per hour exercise, new research finds.
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Artificial sweeteners are sold as a way to treat obesity, but billions consume them without knowing their real impact.
For the first time, new research has found the reason why you feel hungry and want to eat more when consuming artificial sweeteners.
Continue reading The Real Impact Of Low-Calorie Artificial Sweeteners Is Ironic
Those who bite their nails or suck their thumb during their childhood can have an advantage.
A new study has found that children with these bad habits have less risk of being allergic to such things as grass, airbone fungi, house dust mites, horses, dogs and cats.
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Scientists have now discovered more evidence that chronic fatigue syndrome is not a mental illness but a physical disorder.
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is an abnormal condition with persistent fatigue that affects everyday life and won’t go away with rest.
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Stimulation of the brain’s reward centre can increase the immune system, a new study reports.
A placebo pill with no active ingredient has been shown to influence the brain’s reward system.
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The world’s most popular drugs are tobacco and cannabis, making up for more than 1 billion smokers and 182 million people using cannabis worldwide.
Mixing tobacco with cannabis raises the chance of addiction to either drug, a new study suggests.
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Food supplement reduces cravings for high calorie foods such as pizza, chocolate and cake.
Inulin-propionate ester is a new supplement developed by scientists in the UK which can help to turn off food cravings.
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