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The Power of “Cortical Folding” aka “Gyrification” In terms of brain health, what exactly is “cortical folding” or “gyrification” and how does it increase your mental

This Common Sleeping Mistake Can Double Your Risk of a Heart Attack

Posted By Dr. Mercola | April 09 2012  Download Interview Transcript Visit the Mercola Video Library Story at-a-glance Research indicates that sleeping less than six hours may increase insulin resistance and diabetes. ...
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New Study Finds Too Much Exercise Can Delay Pregnancy in Normal-Weight Women

Posted by: Dr. Mercola | April 06 2012 Story at-a-glance Among normal-weight women, higher levels of vigorous exercise may make it harder to conceive and lead to delays in becoming ...
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Too Busy to Exercise? Get Fit in 3 Minutes a Week

Posted by: Dr. Mercola | April 06 2012  Story at-a-glance Recent research shows that as little as three minutes of intense exertion per week can deliver many of the health- ...
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Lifestyle Intervention for Diabetes More Cost-Effective Than Drugs

Using diet and exercise to tackle type 2 diabetes is more cost-effective than using medications, according to a new study published in Diabetes Care. Lifestyle intervention ...
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Exercise induces sexual pleasure in women

By Maria Cendejas A new study at the Indiana University confirmed that women can have orgasms while the exercise, sometimes called “coregasm” because it often happens ...
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This Simple Hand Trick Helped Participants Melt Away Flab

Editor's note: Yes, moderate exercise helps to reduce the risk. But that is not all breast cancer patients should do. First thing they need to do is cut calorie intake! It odes not matter you eat meat or vegetarian diet. Second, cut intake of meat and dairy product. Use only antiangiogenesis foods. Use high doses of vitamin D and C. Be happy. And many other things can be done to reduce the risk....
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Intentional weight loss curbs recurrence of breast cancer

Contact: Mary Rice mary.rice@riceconseil.eu ECCO-the European CanCer Organisation  Overweight and obese women at greater risk of breast cancer recurrence Even after chemotherapy dose adjustment Vienna, Austria: Women who are overweight ...
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Man Refuses Surgery and Loses Nearly 300 Pounds

Posted by: Dr. Mercola | March 23 2012  Story at-a-glance Doctors suggested that 577-pound Bryan Ganey consider weight loss surgery to lose weight. Instead, he made changes to his diet ...
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Lack of sleep may increase calorie consumption (PR)

Contact: Darcy Spitz darcy.spitz@heart.org 212-878-5940 American Heart Association  Lack of sleep may increase calorie consumption American Heart Association meeting report If you don't get enough sleep, you may also eat too ...
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