Nutrition - Fitness

Don't Lift Weights - Lower Them Instead

13 minutes ago   |   Medscape

New research suggests you can focus on lowering the load, and cheat on the lifting part, without sacrificing results. WebMD Health News
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Spontaneous Cancer Regression Extremely Rare

13 minutes ago   |   Medscape

There is virtually no chance of complete regression and only a 1% chance of any response for patients with advanced solid tumors who receive placebo in cancer drug...
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"After I Was Diagnosed With Autism, I Stopped Blaming Myself For Failed Friendships"

"After I Was Diagnosed With Autism, I Stopped Blaming Myself For Failed Friendships"

27 minutes ago   |   PopSugar

Image "Growing up, I was always praised as being the 'gifted child,'" Shifra David says. She excelled in class, never had any problems learning, and got good grades. Her...
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Top in endocrinology: Time-restricted eating; drivers of atherosclerotic CVD

Top in endocrinology: Time-restricted eating; drivers of atherosclerotic CVD

45 minutes ago   |   Healio   |   2 articles

Time-restricted eating was associated with improvements in cardiometabolic markers among adults with normal weight and overweight, according to a study published in The Journal...
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This Year's Flu Shot 'Good Match' to Circulating Strains: CDC

49 minutes ago   |   Medscape   |   2 articles

So far, the virus has infected 8.7 million people in the US, hospitalized 78,000, and caused 4500 deaths. WebMD Health News
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Children and COVID: Hospitalizations Provide a Tale of Two Sources

49 minutes ago   |   Medscape

New pediatric COVID cases for the week ending on Thanksgiving were up by 5.3% over the previous week, but in the most recent week new cases dropped by 2.6%. MDedge News
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A Beach Drowning and Car Crash Rescue ― Back to Back

49 minutes ago   |   Medscape

The patients had no vital signs, and the doctor had no tools except his two hands. Was it luck or fate? Medscape Medical News
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Flu, COVID-19 Spreading as RSV Tails Off, CDC Says

49 minutes ago   |   Medscape   |   2 articles

This could be a rough season for respiratory infections - even as the spread of respiratory syncytial virus seems to be calming down. WebMD Health News
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Seeds of Change to Counter Dijon Mustard Shortage

1 hour ago   |   Medscape

French Dijon mustard producers hope to soon be restocking store shelves after shifting their seed growing to France's Burgundy region following an ongoing shortage due to...
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Treatment Type Doesn't Affect Risk of Retinal Detachment in DR

1 hour ago   |   Medscape

Giving intravitreal injection only, or laser only, makes no difference to risk of later retinal detachment in patients with proliferative diabetic retinopathy, nor does...
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A Mom And Dad Have Weekly Meetings To Strategize How To Parent Their Teen

A Mom And Dad Have Weekly Meetings To Strategize How To Parent Their Teen

Navigating the wild world of raising a teenager is no joke. Parents are met with young adults who have opinions, voices, and a lot more power than they once had when they were... Read more ...

Fewer Hospitalizations With Farxiga; New Obesity Drug; Sotagliflozin Still...

Fewer Hospitalizations With Farxiga; New Obesity Drug; Sotagliflozin Still in Limbo

Dapagliflozin cut all-cause hospitalization risk for patients with chronic kidney disease regardless of diabetes status, according to a post-hoc analysis of the DAPA-CKD trial... Read more ...

NYC welcomes CRIMINALS with open arms: New law banning landlords from doing...

NYC welcomes CRIMINALS with open arms: New law banning landlords from doing criminal background checks on tenants set to pass

In spite of crime rates continuing to soar in New York City , a controversial law banning landlords from conducting criminal background checks on potential tenants is set to... Read more ...

One in five sudden deaths caused by post-injection myocarditis, data shows

One in five sudden deaths caused by post-injection myocarditis, data shows

A new scientific study published in the journal Clinical Research in Cardiology has confirmed that at least 20 percent of people who “suddenly die” after getting “vaccinated”... Read more ...

Neuralink brain implants are ready for injection into humans, says Elon Musk

Neuralink brain implants are ready for injection into humans, says Elon Musk

At his Neuralink Corp.'s Fremont, Calif., headquarters this week, billionaire electric vehicle-turned-social media tycoon Elon Musk announced that his long-awaited artificial... Read more ...

Prepper recipes: How to make baked chicken breast for dinner

Prepper recipes: How to make baked chicken breast for dinner

If you're a busy prepper, knowing quick and easy recipes can help you cut down on meal prep time.Try this recipe for juicy baked chicken breast which goes great with beans or... Read more ...

Dr. Roger Hodkinson: Officials who pushed COVID lockdowns, vaccines deserve...

Dr. Roger Hodkinson: Officials who pushed COVID lockdowns, vaccines deserve JAIL TIME

Canadian pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson said officials who pushed lockdowns and vaccines to address the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic should be put behind bars. He made this... Read more ...

Adding Gut Health Supplement Helped Kids With Obesity Lose More Weight

Adding Gut Health Supplement Helped Kids With Obesity Lose More Weight

Children with obesity saw therapeutic benefits with the addition of a daily oral butyrate supplement to standard of care, the randomized Butyrate Against Pediatric Obesity... Read more ...

Add Joy, Not Pounds, With Holiday Spirits

Add Joy, Not Pounds, With Holiday Spirits

If you're trying not to gain weight during the holiday season, use these tips to keep your food plan on track - especially if you drink alcohol. Read more ...

Three out of four Americans no longer care about covid, poll finds

Three out of four Americans no longer care about covid, poll finds

Very few people living in the United States still worry about the Wuhan coronavirus , a new poll from Gallup has found. Seventy-eight percent of those polled, or about three... Read more ...