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How to reduce fat cells and make them healthier through exercise

How to reduce fat cells and make them healthier through exercise It could be if you start or keep exercising, according to exciting new science, which shows that physical activity changes fat at the molecular level in ways that improve fat health, with broad implications for the state of our metabolism, muscles and even how …

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More polio has been found in New York City’s wastewater, data shows

More polio has been found in New York City’s wastewater, data shows More evidence of polio has been discovered in New York City’s sewage, according to the State Department of Health. So far, only one case of polio has been identified, in a previously healthy 20-year-old from Rockland County who developed paralysis in his legs, …

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Long covid plagues 1 in 20 people for more than six months after infection

Long covid plagues 1 in 20 people for more than six months after infection UnlockThis article is free to access. Why? A new long-term covid study based on the experiences of nearly 100,000 participants provides strong evidence that many people do not fully recover for months after contracting the coronavirus. The A Scottish study found …

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A new study undermines the theory that depressed people are just more realistic

A new study undermines the theory that depressed people are just more realistic Abstract: “Depressive realism,” a theory touted since the late 1970s, says that those with depression are more realistic in how they assess the control they have over their lives. A new study says there is no evidence to support this old theory. …

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Broward Health is being forced to open overflow intensive care units due to an increase in respiratory illnesses in children

Broward Health is being forced to open overflow intensive care units due to an increase in respiratory illnesses in children There’s usually a virus that presents itself as a common cold, but cases of the more serious virus are on the rise across the country, and doctors say they want parents to know what to …

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Fight menstrual cramps with food. Here’s how

Fight menstrual cramps with food. Here’s how Sign up for CNN’s Eat Better: Mediterranean Style. Our eight-part guide shows you a delicious, expert-backed nutritional lifestyle that will boost your health for life. CNN — Eye 85% girls they suffer from painful bloating, cramps and abdominal pain during their periods — and for some, the problems …

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A new study explores the sexual attitudes and characteristics of OnlyFans users

A new study explores the sexual attitudes and characteristics of OnlyFans users Do people who use OnlyFans have significantly different sexual attitudes than the general population? New research published in Archives of sexual behavior suggests that this is not the case. New findings show that users and OnlyFans users have similar views on things like …

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Babies born indoors are less likely to say their first word by the age of one

Babies born indoors are less likely to say their first word by the age of one Lockdowns and carry-on orders slowed babies’ development, study shows. Babies born during the pandemic are unlikely to say their first words by their first birthday compared to babies born before Covid. They are also less likely to be able …

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Scientists ‘blown away’ by new treatment to restore sight to blind mice: ScienceAlert

Scientists ‘blown away’ by new treatment to restore sight to blind mice: ScienceAlert The brain’s ability to adapt and rewire itself throughout life continues to surprise neuroscientists. Researchers have found a way to restore sight to adult mice with a form of congenital blindness, despite the relative maturity of the rodents. The mice modeled a …

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Fathers’ stress associated with children’s emotional and behavioral problems at the age of two

Fathers’ stress associated with children’s emotional and behavioral problems at the age of two Abstract: The father’s stress level during the first few months of the child’s life affects the child’s emotional and behavioral development at the age of two. Source: King’s College London New research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN) …

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