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#mental-health
Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being
18 hours ago
Wellness

The Bipolar Diet: Foods To Avoid With Bipolar Disorder (Approved By Nutritionist)

Maintaining a healthy diet plays a crucial role in managing bipolar disorder and its symptoms effectively. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
Wellness

From cold showers to hot tomatoes: 10 of Michael Mosley's top health tips

Dr. Michael Mosley provided simple and effective health tips to improve overall wellbeing. [ more ]
fitandwell.com
6 days ago
Wellness

I've been walking 10,000 steps every day for the past year-here's why I think it's the best thing you can do for your health

Walking 10,000 steps daily improves mental health, fitness, and weight maintenance. [ more ]
Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being
18 hours ago
Wellness

The Bipolar Diet: Foods To Avoid With Bipolar Disorder (Approved By Nutritionist)

Maintaining a healthy diet plays a crucial role in managing bipolar disorder and its symptoms effectively. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
Wellness

From cold showers to hot tomatoes: 10 of Michael Mosley's top health tips

Dr. Michael Mosley provided simple and effective health tips to improve overall wellbeing. [ more ]
fitandwell.com
6 days ago
Wellness

I've been walking 10,000 steps every day for the past year-here's why I think it's the best thing you can do for your health

Walking 10,000 steps daily improves mental health, fitness, and weight maintenance. [ more ]
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Natural Health News
14 hours ago
Wellness

Beyond Bad: Fake Meat And Other 'Ultra Processed' Vegan Food Linked To Heart Disease, Early Death

Ultra-processed vegan foods increase heart disease risk, while fresh plant-based foods promote heart health. [ more ]
#exercise
BuzzFeed
17 hours ago
Wellness

Dementia Experts Shared 7 Rules You Should Follow To Keep Your Mind Sharp

Brain health is crucial for cognitive function and overall well-being. [ more ]
ScienceDaily
4 days ago
Wellness

Underlying mechanisms behind regular exercise benefits

Exercise has thousands of molecular alterations that impact human health, preventing diseases like liver disease and cardiovascular health. [ more ]
BuzzFeed
4 days ago
Wellness

A Study Has Revealed1 Exercise That Can Reduce Arthritis And Knee Pain

Cycling is beneficial for knee health, not necessarily requiring an expensive bike. Various exercises, including biking, swimming, and more, can help with arthritis pain management. [ more ]
Inverse
6 days ago
Wellness

The First Few Weeks of Exercise Are Often Excruciatingly Painful - Here's What's Actually Causing It

Exercise can initially make us feel bad before feeling good due to muscle repair processes, leading to muscle hypertrophy after around three weeks. [ more ]
BuzzFeed
1 week ago
Wellness

The Best Foods To Eat For A Long Life, According To Longevity Experts

Improve diet, exercise more, focus on whole foods like vegetables, fruits, fish, eggs, nuts to increase longevity. [ more ]
Irish Independent
2 weeks ago
Wellness

'It's about knowing your body' - VHI women's health expert offers advice for exercise in all life stages ahead of mini marathon

Understanding individuality in adapting exercise routines based on menstrual cycle and postpartum recovery. [ more ]
BuzzFeed
17 hours ago
Wellness

Dementia Experts Shared 7 Rules You Should Follow To Keep Your Mind Sharp

Brain health is crucial for cognitive function and overall well-being. [ more ]
ScienceDaily
4 days ago
Wellness

Underlying mechanisms behind regular exercise benefits

Exercise has thousands of molecular alterations that impact human health, preventing diseases like liver disease and cardiovascular health. [ more ]
BuzzFeed
4 days ago
Wellness

A Study Has Revealed1 Exercise That Can Reduce Arthritis And Knee Pain

Cycling is beneficial for knee health, not necessarily requiring an expensive bike. Various exercises, including biking, swimming, and more, can help with arthritis pain management. [ more ]
Inverse
6 days ago
Wellness

The First Few Weeks of Exercise Are Often Excruciatingly Painful - Here's What's Actually Causing It

Exercise can initially make us feel bad before feeling good due to muscle repair processes, leading to muscle hypertrophy after around three weeks. [ more ]
BuzzFeed
1 week ago
Wellness

The Best Foods To Eat For A Long Life, According To Longevity Experts

Improve diet, exercise more, focus on whole foods like vegetables, fruits, fish, eggs, nuts to increase longevity. [ more ]
Irish Independent
2 weeks ago
Wellness

'It's about knowing your body' - VHI women's health expert offers advice for exercise in all life stages ahead of mini marathon

Understanding individuality in adapting exercise routines based on menstrual cycle and postpartum recovery. [ more ]
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time.com
1 day ago
Wellness

Why You Sweat So Much at NightAnd What to Do About It

Waking up in a pool of sweat can indicate underlying health issues or medication side effects. [ more ]
#health-risks
www.independent.co.uk
1 day ago
Wellness

Using Ozempic to get beach body ready' risks dangerous complications NHS chief

Weight-loss drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy should only be used under strict medical supervision for severe obesity or health issues, not for quick fixes or beach body goals. [ more ]
Fast Company
3 days ago
Wellness

Trouble sleeping? Remove these types of food from your diet

Consumption of ultra-processed foods linked to chronic insomnia, increasing risk with each 10% rise in intake [ more ]
www.independent.co.uk
1 day ago
Wellness

Using Ozempic to get beach body ready' risks dangerous complications NHS chief

Weight-loss drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy should only be used under strict medical supervision for severe obesity or health issues, not for quick fixes or beach body goals. [ more ]
Fast Company
3 days ago
Wellness

Trouble sleeping? Remove these types of food from your diet

Consumption of ultra-processed foods linked to chronic insomnia, increasing risk with each 10% rise in intake [ more ]
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#health-benefits
ScienceDaily
1 day ago
Wellness

Does exercise in greenspace boost the individual health benefits of each?

Regular physical activity offers numerous health benefits, yet a large percentage of adults in the US do not meet the recommended exercise guidelines. [ more ]
sun-sentinel.com
1 week ago
Wellness

The more women followed this diet, the longer they lived

The Mediterranean diet is correlated with increased longevity and overall health benefits. [ more ]
Futurism
4 weeks ago
Wellness

Huge Study Finds That Vegetarian and Vegan Diets Are Incredibly Good for You

Plant-based diets reduce risks of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes, promoting longevity and overall health. [ more ]
ScienceDaily
1 day ago
Wellness

Does exercise in greenspace boost the individual health benefits of each?

Regular physical activity offers numerous health benefits, yet a large percentage of adults in the US do not meet the recommended exercise guidelines. [ more ]
sun-sentinel.com
1 week ago
Wellness

The more women followed this diet, the longer they lived

The Mediterranean diet is correlated with increased longevity and overall health benefits. [ more ]
Futurism
4 weeks ago
Wellness

Huge Study Finds That Vegetarian and Vegan Diets Are Incredibly Good for You

Plant-based diets reduce risks of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes, promoting longevity and overall health. [ more ]
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#nutrition
www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk
1 day ago
Wellness

The best of Michael Mosley's health tips that helped transform British lives

Dr. Michael Mosley, known for Fast 800 diet, passed away, leaving behind important health lessons for Brits. [ more ]
ScienceDaily
1 week ago
Wellness

Medical school isn't teaching doctors much about nutrition

Current medical training focusing on weight and BMI may exacerbate anti-obesity bias and eating disorders. [ more ]
www.mercurynews.com
1 week ago
Wellness

Hooked on sugar? 3 surprising ways to break the habit for good

Avoiding sugar entirely is impractical and ineffective for reducing cravings. Lack of sleep can lead to sugar cravings due to hormones like cortisol and insulin. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 month ago
Wellness

No screens at meals and insect food: four fresh findings about obesity

Children using screens during mealtimes increase obesity risk.
Insects as a potential solution for nutrition challenges.
Financial incentives can encourage healthier choices. [ more ]
www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk
1 day ago
Wellness

The best of Michael Mosley's health tips that helped transform British lives

Dr. Michael Mosley, known for Fast 800 diet, passed away, leaving behind important health lessons for Brits. [ more ]
ScienceDaily
1 week ago
Wellness

Medical school isn't teaching doctors much about nutrition

Current medical training focusing on weight and BMI may exacerbate anti-obesity bias and eating disorders. [ more ]
www.mercurynews.com
1 week ago
Wellness

Hooked on sugar? 3 surprising ways to break the habit for good

Avoiding sugar entirely is impractical and ineffective for reducing cravings. Lack of sleep can lead to sugar cravings due to hormones like cortisol and insulin. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 month ago
Wellness

No screens at meals and insect food: four fresh findings about obesity

Children using screens during mealtimes increase obesity risk.
Insects as a potential solution for nutrition challenges.
Financial incentives can encourage healthier choices. [ more ]
morenutrition
#gift-ideas
WIRED
6 months ago
Wellness

The 24 Very Best Gifts for Dad

Expensive, high-quality gifts that align with a dad's interests and are considered overkill are well-received by middle-aged men. [ more ]
Apartment Therapy
3 days ago
Wellness

31 Last-Minute (But Still Thoughtful) Father's Day Gifts That They'll Love

Find 31 last-minute Father's Day gifts that will arrive before the deadline and show how much you care. [ more ]
WIRED
6 months ago
Wellness

The 24 Very Best Gifts for Dad

Expensive, high-quality gifts that align with a dad's interests and are considered overkill are well-received by middle-aged men. [ more ]
Apartment Therapy
3 days ago
Wellness

31 Last-Minute (But Still Thoughtful) Father's Day Gifts That They'll Love

Find 31 last-minute Father's Day gifts that will arrive before the deadline and show how much you care. [ more ]
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www.npr.org
1 day ago
Wellness

In 'Good Energy,' a doctor lays out how to measure and boost your metabolic health

In medical school, Casey Means could tell that her own health was slipping.
The culprits?
Crummy food, long days hunched over a desk and little sleep -- rites of passage for many future physicians.
BKReader
3 days ago
Wellness

14 Metabolism-Boosting Tricks for Effortless Weight Loss

Fuel up with protein to boost metabolism and aid weight loss. [ more ]
#obesity
Slate Magazine
3 days ago
Wellness

How Obesity Became a Disease and Still Held on to the Stigma

Obesity is now recognized as a disease by medical associations, leading to evolving care for overweight patients. [ more ]
english.elpais.com
2 weeks ago
Wellness

What's the best way to lose weight, following a diet or taking drugs like Ozempic?

The importance of combating the social stigma around obesity and overweight while incorporating new drugs like GLP-1 agonists into comprehensive treatment plans. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
Wellness

Weight-loss jabs shouldn't be quick-fix solution for governments, says expert

Governments may use weight-loss drugs as a cop-out instead of implementing hard policy choices to tackle obesity. [ more ]
Irish Independent
4 weeks ago
Wellness

'Operation Transformation is adding to weight stigma and dehumanising' - experts warn in open letter to RTE chief Kevin Bakhurst

Operation Transformation criticized for promoting unhealthy weight loss methods and potentially contributing to eating disorders in teenagers. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 month ago
Wellness

Cash incentives may help men lose weight, research finds

Financial incentives and text messages can effectively motivate obese men to lose weight, with a 4.8% decrease in body weight observed in the group receiving both forms of motivation. [ more ]
Slate Magazine
3 days ago
Wellness

How Obesity Became a Disease and Still Held on to the Stigma

Obesity is now recognized as a disease by medical associations, leading to evolving care for overweight patients. [ more ]
english.elpais.com
2 weeks ago
Wellness

What's the best way to lose weight, following a diet or taking drugs like Ozempic?

The importance of combating the social stigma around obesity and overweight while incorporating new drugs like GLP-1 agonists into comprehensive treatment plans. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
Wellness

Weight-loss jabs shouldn't be quick-fix solution for governments, says expert

Governments may use weight-loss drugs as a cop-out instead of implementing hard policy choices to tackle obesity. [ more ]
Irish Independent
4 weeks ago
Wellness

'Operation Transformation is adding to weight stigma and dehumanising' - experts warn in open letter to RTE chief Kevin Bakhurst

Operation Transformation criticized for promoting unhealthy weight loss methods and potentially contributing to eating disorders in teenagers. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 month ago
Wellness

Cash incentives may help men lose weight, research finds

Financial incentives and text messages can effectively motivate obese men to lose weight, with a 4.8% decrease in body weight observed in the group receiving both forms of motivation. [ more ]
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ScienceDaily
4 days ago
Wellness

Painful truth about knee osteoarthritis: Why inactivity may be more complex than we think

One study found 69% of people with knee pain had subconscious beliefs that exercise was dangerous, highlighting the conflict between pain and physical activity. [ more ]
ABC7 San Francisco
3 days ago
Wellness

Doctors say loneliness and social isolation should be discussed in health visits

Primary care doctors should inquire about loneliness and social isolation as it significantly impacts health outcomes. [ more ]
The Atlantic
4 days ago
Wellness

Is Ozempic an Obesity Drug, or an Everything Drug?

The weekly shots, such as GLP-1 agonists, used for weight loss can have various health benefits beyond shedding pounds. [ more ]
#heart-health
www.nytimes.com
4 days ago
Wellness

Is the Sugar Substitute Xylitol Safe for Your Heart?

Xylitol consumption linked to increased risk of heart attack or stroke. [ more ]
Mail Online
5 days ago
Wellness

Vegan fake meats are linked to increase in heart deaths

Replacing meat and dairy with plant-based swaps may not be as healthy as thought, as ultra-processed plant-based foods are linked to a higher risk of heart attacks and strokes. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
4 days ago
Wellness

Is the Sugar Substitute Xylitol Safe for Your Heart?

Xylitol consumption linked to increased risk of heart attack or stroke. [ more ]
Mail Online
5 days ago
Wellness

Vegan fake meats are linked to increase in heart deaths

Replacing meat and dairy with plant-based swaps may not be as healthy as thought, as ultra-processed plant-based foods are linked to a higher risk of heart attacks and strokes. [ more ]
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www.theboltonnews.co.uk
3 days ago
Wellness

I'm a Doctor: You shouldn't ignore these 6 'subtle' signs of heart disease

Despite being one of the leading causes of death worldwide, many people often don't pay attention to the early warning signs of Coronary heart disease.
Alternative Medicine Magazine
4 days ago
Wellness

6 Healthy Lifestyle Habits that Make a Big Difference

Healthy lifestyle choices offer immediate and long-lasting benefits. Small changes can make a big impact on overall health and longevity. [ more ]
time.com
5 days ago
Wellness

4 Signs Your Body Is Telling You It's Time to Take a Break

We often ignore the signs of stress in our bodies despite being quick to respond to external alarms. [ more ]
Natural Health News
5 days ago
Wellness

Working out at night best for lowering blood sugar

Working out at night may optimize body's ability to regulate glucose, especially for overweight or obese individuals at risk for diabetes. [ more ]
www.dailynews.com
5 days ago
Wellness

10 questions and answers about drinking and alcohol use in older adults

Alcohol disorder among older adults is dramatically increasing, with binge drinking occurring in around 20% of adults aged 60-64 and 10% over 65. [ more ]
Alternative Medicine Magazine
5 days ago
Wellness

Is It True? Can Sugar Be Good for You?

Sugar is an umbrella term for various compounds, some of which are essential for brain function and blood sugar stabilization. [ more ]
Yoga Journal
5 days ago
Wellness

What NOT to Buy Your Dad This Father's Day (And What to Gift Instead)

Personalized gifts for Father's Day can bring genuine appreciation, avoiding cliches and selecting adventure-oriented presents can lead to smiles. [ more ]
London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com
5 days ago
Wellness

Ten gift cards to choose for payout from paid surveys - London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com

Gift cards from paid surveys are a smart and convenient option for earning side income, avoiding fees, and minimizing taxes. [ more ]
MD Anderson Cancer Center
3 months ago
Wellness

Magnesium supplements and mocktails for better sleep: Do they work?

"Sleepy girl mocktail" recipes have become popular on social media.
These non-alcoholic drinks usually contain tart cherry juice and a magnesium supplement.
But do they really help you get good sleep?
Inverse
1 week ago
Wellness

These 5 Sleep Science Breakthroughs Might Help You Get Better Rest

Understanding sleep functions is challenging but advancing with new technologies.
Neuroscientific study of dreaming, including lucid dreaming, is gaining momentum.
Research shows the brain zones associated with conscious awareness in recalling dream content. [ more ]
Axios
1 week ago
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Retailers can't keep scammers away from their favorite payment form: gift cards

Gift card scams are prevalent and target vulnerable populations. [ more ]
Natural Health News
1 week ago
Wellness

Common sugar substitute xylitol linked to blood clots

Consuming high levels of xylitol may increase the risk of blood clots and serious cardiovascular events like heart attack and stroke. [ more ]
#heart-disease
time.com
1 week ago
Wellness

The Popular Sugar Substitute Xylitol Could Have Some Major Heart-Health Risks

Higher xylitol levels linked to increased risk of heart attack, stroke, and death as per a study in the European Heart Journal. [ more ]
Inverse
3 weeks ago
Wellness

This Research Breaks Down How Much To Sit, Stand, And Sleep Each Day For Optimal Health

Optimal health balance includes 8.3 hours of sleep and 2.2 hours of light and moderate to vigorous activity each. [ more ]
time.com
1 week ago
Wellness

The Popular Sugar Substitute Xylitol Could Have Some Major Heart-Health Risks

Higher xylitol levels linked to increased risk of heart attack, stroke, and death as per a study in the European Heart Journal. [ more ]
Inverse
3 weeks ago
Wellness

This Research Breaks Down How Much To Sit, Stand, And Sleep Each Day For Optimal Health

Optimal health balance includes 8.3 hours of sleep and 2.2 hours of light and moderate to vigorous activity each. [ more ]
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#sleep-quality
time.com
1 week ago
Wellness

How to Get Back to Sleep After Waking Up at Night

Nighttime wakings can be intrusive, leading to the 'download' of worries, impacting sleep quality. Rule out medical conditions and adjust lifestyle habits for better sleep. [ more ]
Scary Mommy
1 week ago
Wellness

How A Weighted Blanket Completely Changed My Marriage

Weighted blankets can significantly improve sleep quality and address sleep issues for individuals of all ages [ more ]
Miami Herald
3 weeks ago
Wellness

F.D. Flam: Why we're so exhausted if we're spending more time in bed

Americans are sleeping more overall, but stress levels and quality of sleep have worsened for many.
The pandemic led to more sleep for some who work from home, while overall sleep quality and quantity have decreased.
The American Time Use Survey shows an increase in sleep, while the Gallup poll reveals heightened stress and decreased satisfaction with sleep post-pandemic. [ more ]
www.ocregister.com
4 weeks ago
Wellness

Partner talks in their sleep? Here's how to slumber soundly

Parasomnia impacts sleep quality and can be a symptom of other sleep disorders. [ more ]
time.com
1 week ago
Wellness

How to Get Back to Sleep After Waking Up at Night

Nighttime wakings can be intrusive, leading to the 'download' of worries, impacting sleep quality. Rule out medical conditions and adjust lifestyle habits for better sleep. [ more ]
Scary Mommy
1 week ago
Wellness

How A Weighted Blanket Completely Changed My Marriage

Weighted blankets can significantly improve sleep quality and address sleep issues for individuals of all ages [ more ]
Miami Herald
3 weeks ago
Wellness

F.D. Flam: Why we're so exhausted if we're spending more time in bed

Americans are sleeping more overall, but stress levels and quality of sleep have worsened for many.
The pandemic led to more sleep for some who work from home, while overall sleep quality and quantity have decreased.
The American Time Use Survey shows an increase in sleep, while the Gallup poll reveals heightened stress and decreased satisfaction with sleep post-pandemic. [ more ]
www.ocregister.com
4 weeks ago
Wellness

Partner talks in their sleep? Here's how to slumber soundly

Parasomnia impacts sleep quality and can be a symptom of other sleep disorders. [ more ]
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WhoWhatWear
1 week ago
Wellness

I'm a Wellness-Obsessed Beauty Editor-30 Items I Tell All My Friends to Buy

Sharing curated wellness essentials can support others on their wellness journey. [ more ]
The Inspired Room
1 week ago
Wellness

Father's Day Gift Ideas 2024 (+ my favorite gift I've ever given!) - The Inspired Room

Great gift ideas for Father's Day [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 week ago
Wellness

Enormous potential': weight-loss drugs cut cancer risk by a fifth, research shows

Weight-loss drugs can reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancers and improve long-term survival rates. [ more ]
time.com
1 week ago
Wellness

Drinking On Planes Could Be Bad For You, New Study Finds

The combination of alcohol consumption and sleeping in low air pressure conditions on flights can lead to decreased blood oxygen levels and increased heart rates, especially risky for individuals with pre-existing medical conditions. [ more ]
www.mercurynews.com
1 week ago
Wellness

Why you shouldn't drink before taking a nap on the plane

Avoid alcohol and sleep on flights due to decreased oxygen levels at high altitudes. [ more ]
Alternative Medicine Magazine
1 week ago
Wellness

Tips on How to Age Well

Jennifer Brooks, president of GOLO LLC, emphasizes the importance of maintaining a active lifestyle, good health, and positive outlook for aging well. [ more ]
#bmi
www.npr.org
1 week ago
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Step aside BMI, body composition tests are on the rise. Here's what to know

Body composition scans provide more accurate health metrics compared to BMI, motivating individuals to track progress and make informed decisions. [ more ]
BBC News
1 month ago
Wellness

Millions more middle-aged are obese, study suggests

BMI is still valuable despite variations in suggested cut-off points. [ more ]
www.npr.org
1 week ago
Wellness

Step aside BMI, body composition tests are on the rise. Here's what to know

Body composition scans provide more accurate health metrics compared to BMI, motivating individuals to track progress and make informed decisions. [ more ]
BBC News
1 month ago
Wellness

Millions more middle-aged are obese, study suggests

BMI is still valuable despite variations in suggested cut-off points. [ more ]
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Harvard Gazette
1 week ago
Wellness

Women who follow Mediterranean diet live longer - Harvard Gazette

Following a Mediterranean diet can reduce the risk of all-cause mortality by up to 23%, benefiting cancer and cardiovascular health. [ more ]
Medium
1 week ago
Wellness

Designing for user behavior change: study of top weight management apps

How can we tackle one of the biggest health problems with smart design?
The weight management industry is booming as health awareness and obesity rates rise.
New York Post
1 week ago
Wellness

Go ahead and get your sleep advice from TikTok - most of it is accurate, study finds

Most sleep hacks on TikTok are backed by scientific evidence. [ more ]
www.bbc.com
1 week ago
Wellness

New blood test 'can predict' breast cancer return

A new ultra-sensitive blood test predicts breast cancer recurrence with 100% accuracy, enabling early treatment and potentially improving survival rates. [ more ]
Natural Health News
2 weeks ago
Wellness

'Sleeping on it' really does help and four other recent sleep research breakthroughs

Researchers are making significant advancements in understanding sleep functions and behaviors, including lucid dreaming. [ more ]
www.npr.org
2 weeks ago
Wellness

A low-carb diet may help IBS as much as tricky elimination diets, and more than drugs

Dietary changes were more effective than medications in relieving IBS symptoms. [ more ]
Natural Health News
2 weeks ago
Wellness

4 Sugar Alternatives That Won't Poison You

Natural sweeteners can be a healthy alternative to processed sugars, contributing to overall well-being. [ more ]
ScienceDaily
2 weeks ago
Wellness

Intermittent fasting shows promise in improving gut health, weight management

Intermittent fasting with protein-pacing shows improved gut health, weight loss, and metabolic responses compared to simple calorie restriction. [ more ]
Inverse
2 weeks ago
Wellness

This Big Study Found A Sleep Aid Hiding In Plain Sight

Consuming fruits and vegetables may improve sleep duration and quality. [ more ]
Day By Day Trends
2 weeks ago
Wellness

Inspiring Social Change Initiatives Making Waves in 2024

Last Updated on May 9, 2024 by Daniele Lima
Learn more about emerging social transformations and their challenging trends for the 21st Century
#weight-loss
www.npr.org
2 weeks ago
Wellness

The new obesity drugs work, but it's a dilemma when people have to stop taking them

GLP-1 agonist drugs like Zepbound can help with weight loss by reducing hunger, but limited availability and potential side effects pose challenges. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
3 weeks ago
Wellness

All About Ozempic and the Next Generation of Obesity Drugs

Ozempic belongs to a class of GLP-1 receptor agonists, aiding weight loss and diabetes treatment with similar drugs like Wegovy, Mounjaro, and Zepbound. [ more ]
ScienceDaily
4 weeks ago
Wellness

Tech can't replace human coaches in obesity treatment

Technology alone insufficient for effective weight loss without human support. [ more ]
Ars Technica
1 month ago
Wellness

Long-term Wegovy study finds weight loss plateaus a little after a year

Weight loss on Wegovy plateaus after 65 weeks but is maintained over 4 years with a significant difference from the placebo group. [ more ]
www.npr.org
2 weeks ago
Wellness

The new obesity drugs work, but it's a dilemma when people have to stop taking them

GLP-1 agonist drugs like Zepbound can help with weight loss by reducing hunger, but limited availability and potential side effects pose challenges. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
3 weeks ago
Wellness

All About Ozempic and the Next Generation of Obesity Drugs

Ozempic belongs to a class of GLP-1 receptor agonists, aiding weight loss and diabetes treatment with similar drugs like Wegovy, Mounjaro, and Zepbound. [ more ]
ScienceDaily
4 weeks ago
Wellness

Tech can't replace human coaches in obesity treatment

Technology alone insufficient for effective weight loss without human support. [ more ]
Ars Technica
1 month ago
Wellness

Long-term Wegovy study finds weight loss plateaus a little after a year

Weight loss on Wegovy plateaus after 65 weeks but is maintained over 4 years with a significant difference from the placebo group. [ more ]
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Alternative Medicine Magazine
3 weeks ago
Wellness

8 Post-Workout Recovery Tips

Achieving fitness goals requires attention to recovery beyond the gym. [ more ]
Inverse
3 weeks ago
Wellness

Huge Meta-Analysis Shows This Ancient Diet Is Full of Health Benefits

Plant-based diets have selfish health benefits besides ethical reasons. [ more ]
ScienceDaily
3 weeks ago
Wellness

Exercise bouts could improve efficacy of cancer drug

Moderate-to-vigorous exercise boosts effectiveness of antibody therapies for chronic lymphocytic leukaemia. [ more ]
ABC7 San Francisco
3 weeks ago
Wellness

Most younger women who want kids after breast cancer diagnoses are successful, research data shows

Younger women with breast cancer can consider having a baby thanks to improved care. [ more ]
Alternative Medicine Magazine
3 weeks ago
Wellness

The Top Health Concerns for Men and What to Do About Them

Men's health concerns are prevalent and impactful, with heart disease, inguinal hernias, and reproductive health issues being key areas of focus. [ more ]
The Atlantic
3 weeks ago
Wellness

How to Get Off Ozempic

Obesity drugs may need to be taken indefinitely for weight maintenance, but some doctors are exploring short-term use with transition to cheaper alternatives for long-term maintenance. [ more ]
time.com
3 weeks ago
Wellness

Scientists Are Studying Weight-Loss Drugs for Way More Than Weight Loss

Weight-loss drugs like Wegovy and Zepbound, based on GLP-1, have broader applications beyond weight loss and diabetes. [ more ]
time.com
3 weeks ago
Wellness

Which Is Better: Counting Your Steps or Timing Your Workout?

Both workout length and daily step count are good metrics for wellness, with no clear superior measure identified in the study. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
Wellness

Ultra-processed US foods are ultra-bad for you. Here's what to know

Ultra-processed foods are prevalent in the US, linked to health issues, and make up a significant portion of daily calorie intake. [ more ]
BKReader
3 weeks ago
Wellness

9 Secrets to Achieving Restful, Restorative Slumber

Consistent sleep schedule aligns with body's internal clock, improving sleep quality.
Establishing a wind-down routine aids in transitioning to restful sleep. [ more ]
Harvard Gazette
3 weeks ago
Wellness

Should we measure exercise in minutes or steps? - Harvard Gazette

Both step-count and time-based exercise goals are equally effective in reducing health risks. [ more ]
News Center
3 weeks ago
Wellness

Tech Can't Replace Human Coaches in Obesity Treatment - News Center

Technology alone led to worse weight loss compared to tech and a telehealth coach. [ more ]
www.dw.com
4 weeks ago
Wellness

Global life expectancy set to rise nearly 5 years by 2050 DW 05/17/2024

Global life expectancy to increase by 5 years by 2025, but rising obesity and health issues will lead to more years spent in poor health. [ more ]
BuzzFeed
4 weeks ago
Wellness

Women Are Sharing The Times They Were Dismissed By Doctors

Women often face healthcare providers dismissing their symptoms, attributing issues to reproductive system, leading to misdiagnoses and delayed treatment. [ more ]
Inverse
4 weeks ago
Wellness

A Wild New Study Sheds Light On Why Exercise is So Good For Our Brains

Regular exercise benefits the brain by producing brain-boosting compounds through muscles with more nerve cells. Muscle innervation supports brain function and cognition. [ more ]
www.dw.com
4 weeks ago
Wellness

Global life expectancy set to grow by nearly 5 years by 2050 DW 05/17/2024

Global life expectancy is projected to increase by nearly five years by 2025, but factors like obesity and high blood pressure will contribute to spending more years in poor health. [ more ]
time.com
4 weeks ago
Wellness

What to Eat Before and After Your Workout

Experts recommend a balance of nutrients including protein, carbohydrates, and plant-based foods for optimal exercise performance and recovery. [ more ]
BKReader
4 weeks ago
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The 10 Worst Weight-Loss Mistakes and How to Strategize for Success

Avoid weight loss blunders by setting realistic goals, not skipping meals, prioritizing sleep, not fixating on the scale, and avoiding fad diets. [ more ]
www.nature.com
1 month ago
Wellness

How high-fat diets feed breast cancer

A high-fat diet increases Desulfovibrio bacteria in the gut, suppresses the immune system, and accelerates tumor growth. [ more ]
Inverse
1 month ago
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The Longest Clinical Trial Yet Of Blockbuster Weight Loss Drug Wegovy Reveals Significant Side Effects

GLP-1 agonists like Wegovy show significant weight loss and may have long-lasting effects, but concerns exist regarding side effects. [ more ]
WIRED
1 month ago
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Wegovy Can Keep Weight Off for at Least 4 Years, Research Shows

People on Wegovy experience steady weight loss for 65 weeks, maintaining initial loss over 4 years despite hitting a plateau. [ more ]
www.mercurynews.com
1 month ago
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These diets may reduce cancer, heart disease and early death, according to a 20-year review

Eating plant-based diets reduces risks of cancer, heart disease and early death from cardiovascular disease. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 month ago
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Young children with persistent severe obesity could have half average life expectancy, study finds

Childhood severe obesity may halve life expectancy without weight loss in adulthood. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
1 month ago
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Diabetes, Heart Problems and Kidney Disease Are Closely Linked

Chronic illnesses like heart disease, diabetes, and kidney disease are closely connected, with shared risk factors needing early attention. [ more ]
TODAY.com
1 month ago
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Doctors said moms' bowel changes were hemorrhoids thanks to pregnancy. It was colon cancer

Pregnant women with colorectal cancer symptoms might be misdiagnosed due to similarities with pregnancy-related issues. [ more ]
Realvolleyball
1 month ago
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Sports Disability Resources

Empowering the disabled community with the power of running - Dedicated to empowering people with disabilities through the transformative power of running and athletic pursuits, offering programs, resources, and support networks to promote inclusivity, accessibility, and personal achievement in sports and physical activities for individuals of all abilities.
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