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Why Being a Weekend Warrior is Better Than Not Working Out

Researchers discover the benefits of being a weekend warrior. Published in JAMA Internal Medicine on Monday, Hannah Arem from Milken Institute of Public Health at...

IBM’s Watson Partners with Illumina For Cancer Research

IBM and Illumina announced on Monday a new partnership to use Watson's technology to analyze and understand genomic data derived from Illumina's cancer profiling...

Study: Going to The Bar Maybe Good For Your Health

A new study by researchers at Oxford University have found going to the bar may actually be good for your health. Published in the journal...

Want To Eat Healthier in 2017? Try Taco Bell

Taco Bell announced their New Year's resolution and the home of the chalupa revealed their plan to provide healthier food options. Taco Bell shared in a...

Study: Long-Term Effects of Gastric Bypass in Teens

While obesity is a major epidemic in America especially, among children and young adults, not too much is known about the impact of bariatric...

Researchers Find a Link Between Alcohol Abuse and Heart Attacks

Researchers have discovered a correlation between alcohol abuse and heart attacks. There are more than 3 million US cases per year of alcoholism. It is...

Obese Parents Linked to Child Development Issues, Study Finds

Researchers have found a correlation between child development issues and obese parents. Currently, two out of three Americans are clinically obese and researchers are examining...

Teens Are Using E-Cigarettes For More than Just Nicotene

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has revealed that U.S. adolescents are using refillable e-cigarettes for products other than nicotine. E-cigarettes are becoming more and...

Pentagon Warns Soldiers About Energy Drinks Health Risks

US Department of Defense is warning soldiers to avoid drinking too many energy drinks. While many soldiers are returning from the war on terrorism with...

Research May Explain Why Obese People Are Physically Inactive

Researchers have discovered a link between low dopamine levels and physical inactivity in obese mice. Are people obese because they are not physically active? Or are...

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