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Intense Exercise Raises Risk for People With Blocked Arteries

Intense Exercise Raises Risk for People With Blocked Arteries

Share on PinterestA recent study looked at the impact of intense exercise on stroke risk among individuals with blocked arteries. Drazen Zigic/Getty Images New research found that an increased heart rate can lead to stroke in people with carotid artery stenosis (blocked arteries). For people without blocked arteries or minimal blockage, exercise helps maintain healthy

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MDMA Moves from Party Drugs Back to Therapy Tool

MDMA Moves from Party Drugs Back to Therapy Tool

SUBSCRIBE: Apple | Spotify Ask Lewis: Hi, and welcome to Your Health, Quicklya Scientific American podcast series! Josh Fisherman: On this show, we highlight the latest vital health news, discoveries that affect your body and your mind. Every episode, we dive into one topic. We discuss diseases, treatments, and some controversies. Lewis: And we demystify

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Eating healthy is hard.  It’s even harder for people who can barely afford to eat at all

Eating healthy is hard. It’s even harder for people who can barely afford to eat at all

It’s becoming more expensive to eat healthy, and food banks are having trouble keeping up with the demand. (Nicola MacLeod/CBC) Household food insecurity is directly linked to health issues, including heart disease and diabetes. For someone living with a food ailment like celiac disease or diabetes, going to the grocery store is a big expense,

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Depression, inequality may accelerate aging: study

Depression, inequality may accelerate aging: study

A new Canadian-led study has found that feeling depressed, along with living in a disadvantaged neighborhood, may lead to premature aging. The peer-reviewed study, published on Monday in The Journals of Gerontology, Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, points to how depression and living in an urban environment – ​​with greater material and social

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Large-scale trials are needed to test anti-aging supplements, the expert says

Large-scale trials are needed to test anti-aging supplements, the expert says

Anti-aging supplements need to be clinically tested, but the answer to a longer healthy life may already be available, an expert has said. Professor Cynthia Kenyon, an expert in aging and longevity, said that while many supplements are easily accessible and inexpensive, there is little evidence to show they are effective. However, clinical trials may

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Anderson Cooper Shares Adorable New Family Photo as He Celebrates Son Wyatt’s 3rd Birthday

Anderson Cooper Shares Adorable New Family Photo as He Celebrates Son Wyatt’s 3rd Birthday

The journalist celebrates his “little peanut” as he turns 3 years old on Thursday Anderson Cooper/Instagram Anderson Cooper’s little boy is growing up! the Anderson Cooper 360 host, 55, celebrated son Wyatt Morgan’s 3rd birthday on Thursday, sharing a sweet message and some new photos of his little guy on Instagram. As part of the

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Healthy food beyond reach for many low-income Londoners: Health unit

Healthy food beyond reach for many low-income Londoners: Health unit

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Published April 20, 2023 • Last updated 2 days ago • 3 minute read Article content Londoners on welfare seeking nutritious meals would spend nearly half their monthly income doing so, a new health unit report says, as stagnant social assistance rates and skyrocketing grocery costs put basic needs out

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Glentoran boss Rodney McAree thrilled to see Junior produce his best in win over Cliftonville

Glentoran boss Rodney McAree thrilled to see Junior produce his best in win over Cliftonville

Paddy McLaughlin’s Reds were blown away by a scintillating first-half showing from the Glens, ignited by a classic strike from English-born Junior and a delicious double from Bobby Burns, who took his goal tally for the season to 10. The result moved Glentoran up to third-place in the Danske Bank Premiership table, but they still

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