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Results published from a diet comparison study

Results published from a diet comparison study...

Results from a 2 year diet comparison study have been published from Harvard University.

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Lowest blood oxygen levels on Mt. Everest

Lowest blood oxygen levels on Mt. Everest...

Record low blood oxygen levels have been recorded in Mount Everest climbers.

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Sleep more to lose weight

Sleep more to lose weight...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Kellie's blog, Other Health News on February 27, 2009 | no responses | permalink

The amount of sleep you get each night could be influencing your weight, according to a new study.

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Is exercise bad for your joints?

Is exercise bad for your joints?...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Kellie's blog, Other Health News on February 21, 2009 | no responses | permalink

A recent study explored whether exercise can be harmful and stressful on the bodies joints.

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Tape measure is better than BMI

Tape measure is better than BMI...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Kellie's blog, Other Health News on February 14, 2009 | no responses | permalink

Measuring the waist is a better indicator of weight and health than BMI, a study shows.

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Regular weighing on the scales will help

Regular weighing on the scales will help...

Regular weighing has been shown to assist with weight loss, a new study reports.

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Smoking ban reduces heart attack rate

Smoking ban reduces heart attack rate...

Research of a smoking ban in Pueblo, Colorado, U.S. has shown that smoking bans can help reduce the heart attack rate.

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The aged are at risk of hypothermia

The aged are at risk of hypothermia...

Older people should be concerned about the risks of being too cold during winter.

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FDA list of tainted weight loss pills

FDA list of tainted weight loss pills...

The FDA has released an extended list of weight loss pills and products that may put consumers health at risk.

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Walk to stop weight adding up

Walk to stop weight adding up...

The more you walk, the less likely you will increase your weight as you get older.

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Carrying weight on the waist a risk

Carrying weight on the waist a risk...

Excess fat on the abdomen has been linked to high blood pressure, regardless of overall body fat.

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Yawning controls temperature

Yawning controls temperature...

The need to yawn could be linked to control of the temperature of your brain.

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Low blood oxygen affects epileptics

Low blood oxygen affects epileptics...

A study has shown sudden unexplained deaths of some epilepsy patients may result from low blood oxygen.

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Low carb diets affect memory

Low carb diets affect memory...

Eating a low carb or Atkins style diet may be affecting your memory and cognitive function.

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Cold IV may help heart attack victims

Cold IV may help heart attack victims...

Posted by KellieMyHS in Kellie's blog, Other Health News on December 20, 2008 | no responses | permalink

Paramedics are using an ice cold IV to help cool the body quickly after a heart attack, in order to protect the body.

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