Fat-burning zone is a myth: How exercise and weight loss really work

If you're the kind of exerciser who constantly checks your heart rate to ensure you're in the fat-burning zone, you should stop. You'll probably never meet your weight-loss goals that way. That's because there's no special fat-burning zone that's key to getting lean. Here's what you need to know about the myth and about the true relationship between exercise and […]

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Overactive immune system the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome

Experts find cause of chronic fatigue syndrome There are some people who suffer from the so-called chronic fatigue syndrome. So far, however, was still unclear, thus this disease is actually triggered. Researchers found out now that an overactive immune system seems to be the cause of the disease. The scientists of the King’s College London, found in their recent study […]

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The most gorgeous celebrity weight loss transformations of 2018

Stars — they’re just like us! Okay, maybe celebs aren’t just like us, but they definitely share in some of the same struggles that us regular, non-famous folks deal with in our day-to-day lives. From getting ghosted, to losing a job, to literally coining the term “Britney 2007,” celebrities have taught us time and time again that having fame and […]

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Doctors Suggest That Mindfulness May Help Weight Loss For Obese People

A United Kingdom study suggests that mindfulness techniques alongside weight loss programs could help to better actual weight loss, reports Medscape. The study was published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism on December 18. Results of the study showed that individuals who completed a mindfulness course not only had greater self-esteem, but also had more confidence around weight […]

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Lower blood pressure: These sports seem really against high blood pressure

Sports in hypertension is as effective as beta-blockers or ACE-inhibitors Sport is healthy – that is the majority of people are aware of. Certain sports can even achieve the same positive effects in the treatment of hypertension, as high blood pressure medicines. This found an international team of researchers recently in a study with 40,000 Participants. Researchers from the London […]

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Sophia Thiel: extra pounds at Christmas to avoid – so it works

Sweet cookies, juicy Roast and Raclette. During the holidays we have a feast, what your heart desires. Often, the disillusionment follows quickly, if in the new year the scale shows a few pounds more – but that must not be. In an Interview with ‘Intouch’ betrayed the Fitness icon Sophia Thiel, how she gets her toned body with no extra […]

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Drugs of abuse: Identifying the addiction circuit

What happens in the brain of a compulsive drug user? What is the difference in brain function between an addict and a person who takes a drug in a controlled manner? In an attempt solve this puzzle, neurobiologists at the University of Geneva (UNIGE), Switzerland; have been looking at this difference in a rodent addiction model. They have discovered that […]

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Todo lo que necesita saber sobre los herpes labiales

Normalmente, producen dolor, una sensación de ardor o picazón antes de que se rompan y formen una costra. Se suelen denominar con frecuencia herpes febril. La causa más común es el herpes simple tipo 1 (VHS-1), pero, a veces, el herpes simple tipo 2 (VHS-2) también puede causarlas. En Estados Unidos, entre el 50 y el 80 por ciento de […]

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Louisiana investigating hepatitis A outbreak: What you should know

The Louisiana Office of Public Health is investigating an outbreak of 25 cases of hepatitis A infections, most of which are concentrated in the state capital of Baton Rouge. Louisiana is the 15th state to declare an ongoing outbreak of the virus, which causes liver disease and is highly contagious, but also preventable with vaccination. “Compared to what some other […]

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