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The 5 Ancient Yoga Practices for Mental Clarity and Peace

<b>Patanjali, the great Indian spiritual teacher who codified a way to enlightenment that we know as Yoga, was well aware that the most troublesome of</b> …

The Best Yoga Poses for a Strong Core

There is no denying that one of the many benefits of yoga is a strong core, which in turn protects your spine; improves your posture, balance, and …

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The Best Gym-Free Exercises: Fitness Experts Share Their Favorite Moves

<i>By Laura McMullen for U.S. News Health</i><p>Quit the gym. Or rather, if the 40 or 50 bucks you shell out each month for a membership is shrinking your wallet, remember that folks have been exercising since long before the days of ellipticals and spin classes. Many exercises can be done just about …

Building a healthier workplace with the help of the e-crowd

Our health at work can be impacted by a variety of factors, from how our offices are built to how we interact with co-workers to how our companies …

Nine ways business can improve health in the workplace and beyond

The way we travel, eat, work and generally live today is having a profound effect on our health and that of those around us. Diabetes and other …

Forced exercise may still protect against anxiety and stress

Being forced to exercise may still help reduce anxiety and depression just as exercising voluntarily does, according to a new study.

"Up/Down" Bipolar Disorder Documentary FULL MOVIE (2011)

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Hard times behind fall in heart disease and diabetes in 90s Cuba, says study

The hard times experienced by the people of Cuba in the early 1990s – when food was short and petrol almost unobtainable owing to the tightening of …

Sugary drinks can raise diabetes risk by 22 percent -study | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - Drinking just one can of sugar-laced soda drink a day increases the risk of developing diabetes by more than a fifth, according to a large European study published on Wednesday.<p>Soft drink cups sized (L-R) at 32 ounces and 64 ounces are displayed at a news conference at City Hall …

Harvard Scientists Discover Hormone That Could Help Treat Diabetes

Researchers at Harvard Stem Cell Institute have discovered a hormone that could dramatically improve treatments for Type 2 diabetes.<p>Douglas Melton, a co-director of HSCI, along with post-doctoral candidate Peng Yi and researcher Ji Sun Park, report today in Cell, that betatrophin can accelerate the …

Obesity and type 2 diabetes link identified

<b>KING’S COLLEGE LONDON (UK) —</b> Researchers are hopeful that obesity can be “uncoupled” from insulin resistance after finding that the immune system and …

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Childhood Obesity Factors: Screen Time, Sleep, 'Obesogenic' Environments Play Roles, Research Shows

<b>By Tara Haelle (Click here for the original article)</b><p>New evidence is confirming that the environment kids live in has a greater impact than factors such as genetics, insufficient physical activity or other elements in efforts to control child obesity. Three new studies, published in the April 8</i> …

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Beyond BMI: New obesity tool better at predicting risk of death, studies say

A new test that can predict which overweight and obese people face the greatest risk of death is much more accurate than relying on body mass index alone and should become the new standard of care, according to two large new studies.<p>The findings turn the prevailing notion that carrying extra weight …

Can Coca Cola be both a part of the obesity problem and a part of its solution?

Marketing Can Coca Cola be both a part of the obesity problem and a part of its solution?<p>The Globe and Mail | <br>Show Description<p>Marketing reporter Susan Krashinsky and health reporter Carly Weeks talk with Madeleine White about Coca Cola’s new ad campaign that attempts to get pop consumers conscious …

A Spoonful of Tax (Makes Obesity Go Down)

As I walk into my primary care clinic and greet my patient, I notice she is drinking a soda while she waits for me. She looks at her baby daughter, who is also my patient, and tells me:<p>"I know soda isn't healthy but the baby loves it. Sometimes I give her sips of it when she's crying."<p>The mother …

Do You 'Like' Game Of Thrones Or SoulCycle? New Study Links Facebook Activity To Obesity

Mark Zuckerberg and his data wizards have been making money off your Facebook account for years, selling your ‘likes’ for targeted advertising.<p>Rejoice, then, with news that your online activity is being used to track and help prevent a very real off-line problem: obesity in America.<p>Harvard Medical …

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Study: For Body Fat, 30 Minutes of Exercise as Good as 60

<i>Research in the</i> American Journal of Physiology <i>found that Danish men lost more weight with a half hour of daily exercise than they did with a full hour; their body fat remained the same in both cases. Moderation wins again.</i><p>Darryl Webb/Reuters<p><b>PROBLEM:</b> Creating a negative energy balance -- burning off …

Exercise Gives a Big Boost to Sleep

We all know exercise is good for us. Good for our health, good for our waistlines, good for stress and for our clarity of mind. Exercise is also very -- very -- good for sleep. Research has shown that exercise can improve sleep, including for people with sleep disorders and other sleep-related …

How Exercise And Other Activities Beat Back Dementia

The numbers are pretty grim: More than half of all 85-year-olds suffer some form of dementia.<p>But here's the good news: Brain researchers say there are ways to boost brain power and stave off problems in memory and thinking.<p>In other words, brain decline is not necessarily an inevitable part of …