Why static stretching may not be as effective as you think

The thing about professional football that renowned health-fad skeptic Timothy Caulfield finds most incredible isn’t the feats of athleticism, the big hits or even the moments of grace that emerge from the chaos—it’s the pre-game stretching. “The research shows these million-dollar football players might be increasing their chances of injury and probably decreasing their performance capabilities, and yet there they […]

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You have to be good, it will do you good

According to a new study of time pieces for positive thoughts about themselves and persons close to the mental and physical well-being. Exercises for more self-compassion the heart rate and lower off the body’s reactions to threats are typical. Study participants were prompted via Audio instructions to be kind to yourself, feel relaxed and safe. Compared to individuals, whose critical […]

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Why do you leave your razor in the shower should Video

To shave in the shower quickly, of course, is practical. But after that, you should leave the shaver in the shower, because the moisture, he is at the right Germ spreader. In the shower, the hair and the body to be washed, and because it is so practical, even shaved the legs. After that, the shaver is mostly just in […]

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Do You Really Need Medicine for High Blood Pressure?

Despite these beliefs, it’s a mistake not to treat high blood pressure—the stakes are very high. Some folks with hypertension get headaches, neck pain or chest pain, but most people don’t feel any symptoms even though they have a serious disease. Here’s what else you should know. High blood pressure can be deadly. High blood pressure can cause serious health […]

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Exactly How Much Fiber You Should Be Eating Every Day, According to Science

Diet trends come and go, but fiber is forever. Unlike paleo and raw food meal plans, high-fiber diets don’t stir up much debate among health experts, and new research published in The Lancet confirms why. According to the review, which was commissioned by the World Health Organization (WHO) and assessed findings from nearly 250 prospective studies and clinical trials conducted […]

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12 Easy Recipes You Can Serve in a Bread Bowl

Whether your first time was at a party or in your neighborhood Panera, I’m willing to bet you remember that first bread bowl experience. Admittedly a bread bowl isn’t the most convenient vessel for soups and dips — you kinda need to finish the contents before you can break into the soaked, doughy bowl, which can be torture — but […]

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9 of the Healthiest Hot Beverages to Warm You Up This Winter

It might not feel like it, but we’re only a few weeks into winter. And with cooler temperatures still on the horizon, finding creative — and healthy — ways to warm up your body is a necessity. We asked experts to share their favorite beverages that not only heat your core but also benefit your health. Herbal teas You can […]

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No Evidence No-Cal Sweeteners Will Help You Lose Weight: Study

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 2, 2019 — If you think a switch from sugar to a calorie-free sweetener might help you get healthier and shed pounds, think again. After years of research, there’s still only very weak evidence that no-cal sweeteners might be beneficial, according to German researchers who looked over data from 56 studies involving either adults or kids. The investigators […]

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