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In current smokers, each extra daily serving was associated with an 8% lower risk of COPD.
Coaching sessions seem to help patients from regaining the weight.
If you really want to give your fitness and weight loss efforts a boost, track calories — and get enough exercise.
Certain types of seafood may be linked to the disease, early research suggests.
Those who exercised were about 40% less likely to die from the disease, review suggests.
Those on gluten-free diets had a higher concentration of urinary total arsenic and total blood mercury.
A review of 12 studies found small improvements in pain levels and function after 3 to 6 months.
The total direct cost of the intervention was $459 per participant; mainly for counselor effort.
These were findings for patients after complete staging surgery.
American Heart Association report suggests eating more earlier in the day may be healthier.
Children with medium to low adherence to the diet were 3 to 7 times more likely to have ADHD.
There was a large improvement in daytime sleepiness with surgical weight loss interventions.
This study supports physicians in advising male patients to reduce sitting time to help avoid obesity.
Researchers say physical activity can improve odds of recovery and survival in cancer patients.
A net increase of 20% in steps/day was seen with a physician-delivered step count prescription strategy.
Cells of elderly women who sit most of the day look much older than their actual age.
A high grilled and smoked meat intake is linked to 23% increased risk of all-cause mortality.
Recommendations are aimed at pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers and parents of young children.
About 20 minutes on a treadmill can drop immune cell levels tied to inflammation.
Patients only appeared to derive benefits from moderate -- not vigorous -- activity.