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Sitting Will Kill You. Eating Toast Will Kill You. What Now?

Too much sitting, too little exercise may accelerate biological aging ...

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Strong, but Itchy. Armourers Update the Hairshirt for 2017

Strength of hair inspires new materials for body armor ...

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Want a More Intense Workout? Ditch the Phone

Your phone could curb the intensity of your workout ...

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Cheaper than Cryogenics: How Chili Peppers Decrease Mortality

Study finds association between eating hot peppers and decreased mortality ...

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Urban(e) Legends: Prodigal Theatre & The Urban Playground Team

Fourth wall on the street? Not our style at all....

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We Don’t ‘Like’: Social Media and Depression

Multi-social millennials are more likely to be depressed than their peers...

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Sunlight: Yes it burns, but it also boosts your immune system

Sunlight offers a surprise benefit - it energizes infection fighting T cells ...

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Are You Enjoying Your Video Game? Computer Says No

Introducing the Game User Experience Satisfaction Scale (GUESS), a psychometrically validated instrument that measures satisfaction...

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A Decade of ‘Delics: Shroom, Ten Years On

Ten years later, the cultural history of the magic mushroom still gathers fans and furore...

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The Women Who Find Beardedness Attractive (no, really!)

Research examines how beardedness affects women's attraction to men ...

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It’s Not Fat, It’s Just Resting Muscle! Men’s Hidden Body Dissatisfaction

Men's hidden body fat fears fueling gym attendance ...

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Silver Linings: No Longer a Football Widow

Abba were right: breaking up is never easy. Nevertheless, it does come with some benefits...

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So Mucho. Breadwinning and Gender – It’s Not What You’d Think

Being the primary breadwinner is bad for men's psychological well-being and health ...

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Monette Loza: Sculptures Monumentales, Hossegor (France)

Freed from the confines of the gallery, sculpture trails offer an artist some room for manoeuvre...

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Smartphone Exercises to Reduce Stress

University of Basel researchers develop Smartphone exercises for a better mood...

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Can You Die From Watching TV?

Excessive daily TV watching may increase risk of death ...

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Human Resources Shocker: Suffering Heart Failure is NOT Good for Career Motivation!

One-third of heart failure patients do not return to work ...

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Eat Less, Exercise More. No. Exercise More, Exercise More. What Really Beats Obesity?

Exercise, more than diet, key to preventing obesity ...

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Like Drugs? Like Booze? You May Have a Heightened Suicide Risk

Simultaneous cocaine and alcohol use linked to heightened suicide risk ...

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What Can I Take to Help Me Lose Weight? Oh, That!

Drinking more water associated with numerous dietary benefits, study finds ...

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Keep Those Leg-Hinges Smooth and Silky with Knee Botox

Researchers use Botox-like injection to treat runners and cyclists with knee pain ...

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Exercise Alone Won’t Help You Slim! But what DOES work?

Why you won't lose weight by exercising constantly, and what you can do about it...

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Fry, not Boil, for a Healthier Diet. WHUT?!

Deep-fried sprouts, anyone? Vegetables fried with olive oil have more healthy properties than boiled ones ...

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Eat Your Way to Better Sleep

Diet-based recommendations might be used to improve sleep in those with poor sleep quality...

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Sweat it Out. Cracking Lower Back Pain

Exercise associated with prevention of low back pain ...

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Are You Next? Fizzy Drinks and Cardiac Arrest : The Link

Carbonated drinks linked with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest of cardiac origin ...

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Want to extend your life expectancy? Wear earplugs

In London more than 1.6 million people are exposed to daytime road traffic noise levels above 55dB, which the World Health Organization defines as a level of community noise that causes health...

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Anxiety of Indolence : Is Your Armchair Killing You?

An increase in sedentary behavior was associated with an increased risk of anxiety...

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Meditating For Eternal Youth

UCLA researchers found that meditation appeared to help preserve the brain's gray matter, the tissue that contains neurons....

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Middle-Age Drinking Hurts More

Drinking more than two alcoholic beverages daily in middle-age may raise your stroke risk ...

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