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Simple 5-step guide to form your habit

Simple 5-step guide to form your habit


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Simple 5-step guide to form your habit


One of the biggest mistakes you can make is over committing too early. This is not the time to push yourself or to embark on long gruelling workouts. These
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Body Weight: Diet may be risk factors for non-Hodgkin lymphoma


In previous analyses of the Nurses' Health Study at 14 years of follow-up, lead researcher Doctor Shumin Zhang and colleagues reported positive associations with NHL for trans fat intake and inverse associations for vegetable intake. To expand those findings, Bertrand and colleagues evaluated
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Brain damage in newborns: enzyme controlling cell death


Birth asphyxia can cause irreparable brain damage and lifelong handicaps, including cerebral palsy, epilepsy and mental retardation. The brain damage evolves over a time period of hours to days after the injury. This opens up a therapeutic window where we are able to affect outcome. Birth asphyxia is normally treated
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Researchers led by Professor Jennifer G. Levitt have found aberrant growth rates in areas of the brain implicated in the social impairment, communication deficits and repetitive behaviors that characterize autism. Although most children with autism are diagnosed before they are 3 years old, this new study suggests that More »

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The answer is different for everyone. Some people exercise for the numerous health benefits that it brings, such as reduced risk of chronic disease or cancer. For others, exercise is a way to relieve stress. There are certain More »

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