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Obesity is also correlated with cancer, but what most experts believe is that it only exacerbates the risk, not immediately cause it. A new study, however, seems to lean on the latter.
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A new study finds out that being obese may reduce life expectancy by 8 years.
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Researchers found that a daily intake of about 28 grams of yogurt each day chops down a person's risk to the disease by approximately 18 percent.
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Cancer has been dubbed as a disease caused by various risk factors such as smoking, alcoholism and environmental factors such as pollution. However, a new study from the World Health Organization says that obesity results in half a million cases of cancer ever…
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World’s fattest man from London died at age 44 because of Pneumonia.
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Are you obese? It’s really time to reconsider keeping that extra pound as a new study suggests that it can also reduce your life to around 8 years.
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A daily glass of orange juice is nutritious and can help prevent cancer and cardiovascular disease.
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In a brand-new study that’s just been released in Cell Metabolism, Salk Institute researchers prove that when it comes to health, time still remains of the essence.
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Here are six things that you need to consider when choosing your running shoes
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People who spend more than and hour a day preparing meals are more likely to eat a healthier diet than those who spend less time. A lack of time may be an unrecognized factor in eating healthier.
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Between running and walking, the former keeps you young, especially when you're already a senior.
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A woman weighing 363 pounds lost nearly half of her weight. What is her secret?
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