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Women Have More Poop Problems Than Men

Talk about crappy news. A new study from consumer healthcare platform Amino found that women are 1.6 times more likely to suffer from common GI conditions than men. Amino looked at everyone in their database who had been diagnosed with at ...

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Do You Actually Need Your Gallbladder?

Quick, point to your gallbladder. Half credit if you guessed that it’s somewhere between your hips and your heart. Full credit if you know that this pear-shaped member of your digestive system sits in the upper rightabdomen, nestled below your ...

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Caffeine May Not Cause Palpitations

Drinking that extra cup of coffee or tea won’t likely make your heart beat a few times faster than usual, according to a study published yesterday in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Researchers examined people who drank coffee, ...

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Working overtime may raise stroke risk

  If you’re “leaning in” by putting in extra hours on the job, you may be gaining gender equality that you don’t want—the same stroke risk as your male colleagues. A recent analysis indicates that women who work 55 hours ...

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Women’s hearts age differently than men’s do

A long-term study from researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine has found that men’s hearts typically grow with age, while women’s shrink. The researchers used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to study the left ventricle—the main pumping chamber of ...

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2016 Should Be Your Year of Yoga

Each year, many people fall short of their goals. But it’s not necessarily their fault. Too often, they get pulled into gimmicky exercise trends that do not deliver the results they promise. Yoga, by contrast, is here to stay – ...

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The importance of health for our bodies

Health is one important factor to perform daily activities. Therefore we should not underestimate the health of our bodies. Many people have a variety of health problems due to her good health care is not the complaint of mild to ...

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Spin Class Is a Laid-back Experience In France

Parisians do not exercise like New Yorkers. There is no Tracy Anderson of France. French model Caroline de Maigret says she only started exercising at 39. Clémence Poésy saysshe tries to be on her bike as much as possible. Lola Rykiel, Sonia Rykiel’s ...

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