Diet and Weight Loss

Eating breakfast is not a good weight loss strategy, scientists confirm

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You probably feel guilty when you skip breakfast. Why wouldn’t you? Many of us grew up with parents fussing to make sure we had something in our bellies before we set off […]

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Excercise

Tired of Research Studies that Tell You to Exercise?

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Are you tired of reading about scientific studies that say you should exercise? One article came across my science feed this morning, reporting on yet another research study that proves with statistical significance that […]

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Nutrition

Nutrition: Women can reduce risk of heart disease with diet and exercise

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Studies have shown the Mediterranean diet can improve lipid levels in postmenopausal women. This includes a variety of whole, unprocessed foods. Getty Images Heart disease is the leading cause of death in […]

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News

6 Rummy Game Tricks for a Newbie

Have you just begun playing Rummy? Are you looking for a few rummy game tricks that can make you a better rummy player? The first thing that you need to keep in […]

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Nutrition

Any way you slice it, nutrition studies are controversial

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For every study that warns against the health perils of coffee, there’s another that points to java as the key to longevity. Really, if you pick any trendy food — wine, kale, chocolate […]

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Pregnancy

Do Orgasms Change When You’re Pregnant? Apparently Not All Pregnancy Side Effects

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Just when you think you know everything to expect from pregnancy, a new symptom or change appears. There are the swollen boobs, the insomnia, the heartburn, the stretch marks, the restless legs, […]

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Pregnancy

Pregnancy can raise risk of heart disease: Study

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According to Wang Dongming, lead researcher from the varsity, pregnancy could cause inflammation within the body and accumulation of fat tissue around the abdomen, in the blood and arteries. Pregnancy can raise […]

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Nutrition

Nutrition In The News: Sharp Diagnoses And Converging Policy Instruments

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This interview is part of BW Sustainability’s series Nutrition in the News. BWs Neeta Misra speaks with Purnima Menon a senior Research fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Persistent […]

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Nutrition

Labrador food security woes get helping hand from new nutrition guide

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Though Canada’s new food guide calls for clean drinking water and more fresh fruit and vegetables — two things some northern and Indigenous communities have long been fighting for — a doctor […]

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Nutrition

NUTRITION: Brighten your winter with tasty citrus

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When our days are dark, brighten them up with all kinds of citrus. Winter is citrus season. Sometimes referred to as edible sunshine, citrus provides us with bright oranges, reds, yellows and […]

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