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Exercise preserves brain cells and prevents memory loss

4 days ago   |   By Natural News

Exercise has been known to be essential for overall health. In a study carried out by researchers at the University of Jyvaskyla in Finland, the benefits of exercise on brain health have been emphasized. Researchers found that exercise can help preserve brain cells and prevent loss of memory, cognitive problems, and general problems in...
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Launching Exercise Routines at 65+ and 70+ Benefits Health

Launching Exercise Routines at 65+ and 70+ Benefits Health

4 days ago   |   By AARP

Health news often focuses on middle-age fitness, but new studies show you can still see heart health benefits and lessen disability if you get started later.
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A traditional plant native to Thailand effectively manages obesity...

A traditional plant native to Thailand effectively manages obesity, according to new study

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Daily cricket consumption may alter gut microbiota, clinical trial suggests

Daily cricket consumption may alter gut microbiota, clinical trial suggests

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Treating Type 2 diabetes with this traditional Thai herbal extract

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RCT backs long-term safety of high-dose vitamin D supplements

RCT backs long-term safety of high-dose vitamin D supplements

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