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Dear Lifehacker, I don't know much about cholesterol, other than it's in foods and I don't want high levels of it in my body...Sincerely, Curious About Cholesterol Dear CAC, As we often like to point out, we're not health professionals and don't want
Low levels of vitamin D may also promote cognitive decline in middle-aged and elderly adults It is well known that vitamin D maintains bone health; there is increasing appreciation that this vitamin may
Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Activists in Georgia and across the nation are fasting in support of the passage of immigration overhaul legislation, hoping to ratchet up the pressure on Congress to act before the end of this month.
Eat and drink your way merrily through the holidays without gaining weight? Yes, you can and my best time-tested tips will show you how: Snack before going out Satisfy hunger before you arrive at a party and you won't be chasing the hors d'oeuvres
The children were in the age group of 7-17 years from 176 schools in 68 cities and 17 states. The fitness parameters were measured over a period of 24 months. The parameters included flexibility, lower and upper body strength, abdominal strength and
World Food Programme is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. In emergencies, we get food to where it is needed, saving the lives of victims of war, civil conflict and natural disasters. After the cause of an emergency
Statistics show that approximately 10 percent of the American population suffers from depression, and that number is on the increase. While most of these people suffer from sporadic bouts of depression, others often endure it their whole lives.
Is 'good cholesterol' really good for you; not so, suggests a new study. University of Chicago (U-C) researchers challenged popular notion that simply having high levels of good cholesterol (HDL) and low levels of bad cholesterol (LDL) is necessary
A lack of vitamin D, which is absorbed primarily through exposure to sunlight, helps boost the risk of heart attacks and strokes, new research finds. "There are a whole array of studies linking increased cardiovascular risk with vitamin D deficiency,"
The study needs 48 male participants aged between 45-60, lean or overweight, sedentary or active and in good health. During the study, participants will undergo several different types of body scans to assess muscle, bone and fat. Participants will