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November 3, 2015

Here’s Why Your New Exercise Habit Makes You So Hungry

If you've stuck to a new workout routine, chances are you know what the fuss is all about: the exercise-induced endorphins, the sense of accomplishment after you crush a workout,…
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November 3, 2015

Greatist Workout of the Day: Tuesday, November 3rd

This series of GWODs was designed exclusively for Greatist by Bodeefit. For more information about the exercises in this workout, or to see video demos of each movement, follow the…
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November 3, 2015

Got 1 Can of Pumpkin? Make These 3 Healthy Recipes

Your recipe called for half a cup of pumpkin, so you put the rest in the fridge, vowing to use it for another recipe. A week later, you find your…
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November 2, 2015

Enzyme potential target for fight against obesity and diabetes

Removing an enzyme that controls bile acid and hormone levels significantly protects female mice from weight gain, according to a new study. The finding offers a new a therapeutic target…
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November 2, 2015

Bursts of high-intensity exercise could help diabetes patients manage low blood sugar levels

People with type-1 diabetes could regain their ability to tell when blood sugar levels are low by regularly doing short bursts of high-intensity exercise, according to a preliminary study. The…
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November 2, 2015

Early intervention in dyslexia can narrow achievement gap

Data demonstrate marked differences already present in first grade between typical and dyslexic readers.
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November 2, 2015

Global connections between El Nino events, drought

A team of researchers recently discovered that global climate change is causing general increases in both plant growth and potential drought risk. El Nino is a disruption of the ocean-atmosphere…
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November 2, 2015

Ice-age lesson: Large mammals need room to roam

A study of life and extinctions among woolly mammoths and other ice-age animals suggests that interconnected habitats can help Arctic mammal species survive environmental changes.
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November 2, 2015

Risk assessment, for the birds

Every year, backyard songbirds across the United States make an arduous journey to warmer winter climes. They migrate hundreds of miles, occasionally braving tough terrain and nasty weather. Sometimes, they…
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November 2, 2015

Trial reveals evidence of long-term benefits for people with chronic neck pain

Chronic neck pain is a difficult condition to treat, and previous research shows that single interventions generally do not provide long term benefits. Now a large scale investigation has found…
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