Friday, December 30, 2016

Fitness Resolution: 7 Tips For Actually Keeping Yours

Experts share their tips for making sure that the fitness resolution you set this year is reasonable and achievable, so that you'll reach it (or surpass it).

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6 Exercises That Burn Calories In Overdrive (And Are Not Burpees)

Don't like burpees? We've got you covered. Here are 6 exercises that burn calories in a big way in a short amount of time. Learn 'em, love 'em.

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Following A Specific Fitness Program Is The Key To Losing Weight

Sometimes trying new things can set you back. Here's why following a set fitness program or routine is beneficial for weight loss.

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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Inactivity in obese mice linked to a decreased motivation to move

Starting a regular program at the gym is a common New Year's resolution, but it's one that most people are unable to stick with for very long. Now a study done in mice is providing clues about one of the reasons why it may be hard for so many people to stick with an exercise program. The investigators found that in obese mice, physical inactivity results from altered dopamine receptors rather than excess body weight.

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Your microbiota's previous dining experiences may make new diets less effective

Your microbiota may not be on your side as you try improving your diet this New Year's. In a new study, researchers explore why mice that switch from an unrestricted American diet to a healthy, calorie-restricted, plant-based diet don't have an immediate response to their new program. They found that certain human gut bacteria need to be lost for a diet plan to be successful.

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Free CME/CEU Credit Available for Online Lecture on Probiotics

Probiotics researcher Dr. John Cryan lecture is the subject of an online CME lecture titled “Towards Psychobiotics: The Microbiome as a Key Regulator of Brain and Behavior.”



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Iron deficiency anemia associated with hearing loss

Medical researchers examined the association between sensorineural hearing loss and conductive hearing loss and iron deficiency anemia in adults ages 21 to 90 years in the United States.

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Why We Reach Weight-Loss Plateaus And How To Break Them

After so much progress, hitting a wall can be discouraging. Here's how to finally break through that weight-loss plateau.

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6 Mental Hacks To Maximize Your Workout

We love these easy mindfulness tricks. Incorporate them into your next workout to feel physically and mentally strong.

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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Novel diet therapy helps children with crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis reach remission

Pediatric patients with active Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis can reach remission with diet alone.

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Mindfulness Workouts Are The New Way To Work Your Body And Brain

We all want a balanced body—and that doesn’t mean just strong muscles. It’s also about getting a calm, clear mental state through mindfulness workouts.

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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Why So Many Models, Like Gisele B√ľndchen, Are Obsessed With Boxing

There's a reason boxing has gotten so popular! Tons of models are into it, and experts say they're right to be—boxing is an incredible workout.

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Friday, December 23, 2016

Bionic pancreas system successfully controls blood sugar without risk of hypoglycemia

A bionic pancreas system has proven better than either conventional or sensor-augmented insulin pump therapy at managing blood sugar levels in patients with type 1 diabetes living at home, with no restrictions, in a clinical trial.

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Thursday, December 22, 2016

Metformin reverses metabolic memory in a diabetes model

A recent paper examines how cells recovering from damage induced by a high-fat diet can be treated with a drug for type 2 diabetes called metformin to reverse the effects of metabolic memory.

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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

This Mom Was Inspired By Her Daughter To Lose More Than 100 Pounds

Here's how she changed her life.

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Vitamin D improves gut flora and metabolic syndrome

A high fat diet alone is not enough to cause metabolic syndrome, a group of symptoms that pose as risk factors for diabetes and heart disease. This recent study shows it is needed in combination with vitamin D deficiency. Accordingly, vitamin D supplementation improves metabolic syndrome in mice. The next step would be to validate the results in humans.

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10-Minute Treadmill Exercises to Burn Fat Fast

Get in, get out with one of these 10 quick routines that deliver big results in a short amount of time.

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The 3Rs of 3D Printing: FDA's Role

Learn how the FDA reviews and researches 3D printed medical products to protect the public health.

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Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Dietary sugar guidelines are based on low quality evidence, study finds

Problems with the nutritional guidelines have been identified by a team of researchers, and in particular problems with the research that supported the guidelines’ recommendations.

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Low-carb diet alleviates inherited form of intellectual disability in mice

Experimenting on mice with a genetic change similar to that found in people with a rare inherited disease called Kabuki syndrome, scientists report that a very low-carbohydrate diet can “open up” DNA and improve mental function.

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How Soccer Star Sara Whalen Hess Turned Crisis Into Opportunity

U.S. soccer player Sara Whalen Hess blew out a knee and almost died from surgery complications. It stopped her playing career but opened up a new world.

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9 Lower-Ab Exercises That Will Set Your Core On Fire

These nine lower-ab exercises are challenging but seriously effective (plus, they help prevent hip and lower-back pain).

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Monday, December 19, 2016

Nutrition data review shows red meat has neutral effect on cardiovascular disease risk factors

Consuming red meat in amounts above what is typically recommended does not affect short-term cardiovascular disease risk factors, such as blood pressure and blood cholesterol, according to a new review.

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5 Things to Know About Complementary Health Approaches for Parkinson’s Disease

Do complementary health approaches help for Parkinson’s disease? Learn here.



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Weight loss surgery linked to gastrointestinal complaints

Laparoscopic gastric bypass is an effective treatment for obesity, but a new study finds that patients who undergo the surgery often complain of gastrointestinal problems. The study included 249 obese patients who underwent the surgery and 295 obese controls, all of whom completed a questionnaire. Surgical patients completed the questionnaire two years after surgery. Surgical patients often experienced indigestion. Also, food intolerance, especially for food with a high fat or sugar content and for red meat, was a common side-effect of the surgery: food intolerance for specific products was reported by 70.7 per cent of postoperative patients compared with 16.9 percent of controls.

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Khloe Kardashian Workout: I Tried It With Gunnar Peterson

There's no workout like a Khloe Kardashian workout. I tried one with her trainer, Gunnar Peterson, and it left me more way more sore than I expected.

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Sunday, December 18, 2016

Sugar and sweeteners: How do they affect our appetite?

What should healthy young men who want to watch their weight and manage their blood sugar levels drink? Can they risk something sugary or will they be hungrier after drinking calorie-free options containing natural or artificial non-nutritive sweeteners? A new study shows that it doesn't really matter whether such drinks contain sugar, Stevia, monk fruit or aspartame.

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Silencing fat protein improves obesity and blood sugar

Scientists report that turning off a protein found in liver and adipose tissue significantly improves blood sugar levels and reduces body fat in an animal model.

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Saturday, December 17, 2016

UK soft drinks industry levy estimated to have significant health benefits, especially among children

Reducing sugar content of high and mid sugar drinks is likely to have the greatest impact on health, with fewer cases of obesity, diabetes and tooth decay. The UK soft drinks industry levy, due to be introduced in April 2018, is estimated to have significant health benefits, especially among children, according to the first study to estimate its health impact.

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Friday, December 16, 2016

Parkinson’s Disease and Complementary Health Approaches

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This issue of NCCIH’s Clinical Digest explores the scientific evidence for some complementary health approaches that have been studied for Parkinson’s disease.



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Smartphones and tablets and adolescents: Small size, big problems?

When children watch too much television, their risk of obesity increases, research shows. However, more and more screen time is coming from other devices, like tablets and smartphones, and the impact of these devices has not been researched as much. In a new study, researchers found that children who reported spending more time on screen devices and watching television engaged in behaviors that can lead to obesity.

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10 Dumbbell Exercises That Work Your Butt

Build a stronger lower body with these dumbbell exercises that target your glutes and legs. Can you feel the burn yet?

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7 Beginner Kettlebell Exercises To Work Your Entire Body

After you try these beginner kettlebell exercises, you'll definitely be hooked on this all-star training tool. Here's how to do them.

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'Western' maternal diet appears to raise obesity risk in offspring

Diet composition around the time of pregnancy may influence whether offspring become obese, according to a new study using animal models.

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Thursday, December 15, 2016

Does good-tasting food cause weight gain?

Does eating good-tasting food make you gain weight? Despite the common perception that good-tasting food is unhealthy and causes obesity, new research using a mouse model suggests that desirable taste in and of itself does not lead to weight gain.

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The Secrets Of Sleep

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The Truth About Weight Loss

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So You Don’t Want To Wear A Fitness Tracker

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The Smartest Scales In The World

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Don’t just weigh yourself, track your body composition and cardio fitness with the Body Cardio scales



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Why Do I Need An Activity Tracker?

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No, it won’t do the exercise for you, but here’s why it’s a worthwhile investment



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This Medicine Ball Workout Will Challenge Your Butt And Abs Like Never Before

This challenging medicine ball workout will seriously burn out your glutes and abs while getting your heart rate up, too.

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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Gigi Hadid Hates Squats, Too—Here’s Her Trick To Make Herself Do Them

Gigi Hadid hates squats, but has a trick to make herself do them. Squats are amazing for your butt. Use this trick to get it done.

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Weight, body image misperception associated with alcohol use among teen girls

High school girls with body image behavioral misperceptions are more likely to have had at least one alcoholic drink, as well as engaged in episodes of heavy drinking, than their peers without these misperceptions.

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Red cabbage microgreens lower 'bad' cholesterol in animal study

Microgreens are sprouting up everywhere from upscale restaurants to home gardens. They help spruce up old recipes with intense flavors and colors, and are packed with nutrients. Now testing has shown that for mice on a high-fat diet, red cabbage microgreens helped lower their risk factors for developing cardiovascular disease and reduce their weight gain.

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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Drug for narcolepsy could help food addicts lose weight

Overweight people could be given help with the discovery that a drug used for sleep disorder could also reduce the impulse for food, report scientists.

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Veterans Are in Pain, According to Analysis of National Health Survey

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Painful conditions, such as back and joint pain, are more common in veterans than nonveterans, according to a new analysis of national survey data.



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Monday, December 12, 2016

Running On The Beach: How To Do It Right

Here's the best way to ditch the street for the sand and embrace running on the beach. Ready to sweat?

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What else comes with a college degree? An extra 10 pounds, says new study

College students gained an average of 10 pounds over the course of their college years, a study has found, and number of students who were overweight or obese increased 78 percent. The extra weight translates to a variety of increased health risks, the study says.

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Brain locations that control diabetes drugs’ weight loss effects examined

Certain type 2 diabetes drugs promote weight loss, but how they do this remains poorly understood. Insight into how these drugs work in the body -- and especially the brain -- could help create new drugs that effectively control body weight. In an important advance on that front, a new study shows that these drugs, called glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists (GLP-1RAs), reduce body mass by targeting a different part of the brain than previously thought.

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Saturday, December 10, 2016

BRAIN Initiative Researchers Meet to Share Progress

Learn about the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies® (BRAIN) Initiative, an effort to develop new tools and technologies to understand the healthy and diseased brain.



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Strength Training: The Workout You Need To Lose Weight

Strength training helps you burn calories both during and after your workout. Here's why it's the best exercise for weight loss.

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Friday, December 9, 2016

Relieve Lower Back Pain With These 11 Moves

Ease your lower back pain by improving hip mobility and core strength. These moves will help get you there.

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Beans and peas increase fullness more than meat

Meals based on legumes such as beans and peas are more satiating than pork and veal-based meals according to a recent study. Results suggest that sustainable eating may also help with weight loss.

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10 Medicine Ball Exercises That Work Your Butt

Squatting isn’t the only way to work up a good sweat—score big with these glute-strengthening medicine ball exercises.

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11 No-Equipment Arm Exercises For A Strong Upper Body

No gym, no weights, no problem. These equipment-free exercises are your ticket to a strong upper body.

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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Gut feelings: How the microbiome may affect mental illness and interact with treatment

All of us who have experienced a 'nervous stomach' under periods of stress suspect that there is a link between our gut and our mood. Now researchers have received strong scientific support for exactly this link.

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Researchers link dental problems in cleft lip and palate to abnormal salivary glands

Dental problems commonly associated with cleft lip and palate may be caused by abnormalities in salivary glands and an imbalance of immune compounds in the mouth, report investigators.

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Bodyweight Exercises For An At-Home Total-Body Workout Without Equipment

You can do these five-star bodyweight exercises without any equipment—all you need is a little space and the motivation to get to work.

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Keep Your Dogs and Cats Safe From Holiday Hazards

From tinsel to table scraps, holiday hazards for pets abound. Here are some tips to help you keep them safe.

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Scientists uncover potential driver of age- and Alzheimer's-related memory loss

Scientists have made an important discovery toward the development of drugs to treat age-related memory loss in diseases like Alzheimer’s. They found that reduced levels of a protein called Rheb result in spontaneous symptoms of memory loss in animal models and are linked to increased levels of another protein known to be elevated in the brains of Alzheimer’s disease patients.

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This Legs Exercise Does Amazing Things For Your Butt, Thighs, And Abs

Step up your workouts with this ultra-efficient legs exercises that targets your booty and your core, too.

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Enzyme that digests vitamin A also may regulate testosterone levels

Bco1, an enzyme that metabolizes beta carotene, may play a vital role in testosterone metabolism as well, according to a new study.

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Cancer spread is increased by a high fat diet, ground-breaking evidence shows

New research shows that the metastatic process (cancer spread) is enhanced by fat intake. Mice given a high fat diet, including palmitic acid (a major component of palm oil which is found in lots of household products) developed the most aggressive cancer spread. The study identifies for the first time a protein called CD36 which has an essential role in cancer spreading.

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Tumor cells are dependent on fat to start metastasis

A study identifies metastasis-initiating cells through a specific marker, namely the protein CD36. This protein, which is found in the membranes of tumor cells, is responsible for taking up fatty acids. CD36 activity and dependence on lipid (fat) metabolism distinguish metastasis-initiating cells from other tumor cells.

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The secret slimming effect of sweet potato waste

The sweet potato pie you eat during the holidays might not be good for your waistline, but according to a new study, the starchy water left over from cooking the sweet potato could have slimming effects -- at least in mice.

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New nutrition policy institute study highlights benefits of school lunch

Lunches served in the National School Lunch Program have higher nutritional quality than lunches brought from home, according to the largest comparison study conducted to date. The study involved nearly 4,000 elementary school students in Southern California.

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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Direct link between REM sleep loss, desire for sugary and fatty foods discovered

A new method has been used by researchers to produce REM sleep loss in mice along with a chemical-genetic technique to block prefrontal cortex neurons and the behaviors they mediate. As a result, the researchers discovered that inhibiting these neurons reversed the effect of REM sleep loss on sucrose consumption while having no effect on fat consumption.

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Kendall Jenner's Go-To Full-Body Exercises Are Tough—And So Effective

Kendall Jenner worked out a ton before the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. Her trainer described the full-body moves she did and experts say you can do them, too.

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Instead Of Lifting Weights, This Mom Lifts Her Baby And Toddler—And Th

Fitness for the whole family!

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Blake Lively Hid From Her Trainer, And We Can See Why

We're sweating just watching.

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Monday, December 5, 2016

Long-term, low-intensity smoking associated with increased risks of death

Low-intensity smokers who puff on 10 or less cigarettes per day over their lifetime still have higher risks of death than individuals who never smoke, providing further evidence that there is no safe level of cigarette smoking, according to a study.

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Yo-yo dieting might cause extra weight gain

Repeated dieting may lead to weight gain because the brain interprets the diets as short famines and urges the person to store more fat for future shortages, new research suggests.

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NCCIH-funded Researcher Presents Pioneering Research on Natural Product Biosynthesis and Discovery

Today, NCCIH grantee Dr. Christina Smolke from Stanford University will present her innovative research at the 2016 High-Risk, High-Reward Research Symposium at NIH. Her team’s successful engineering of a yeast strain capable of making opioids was lauded in both Science and Nature in 2015.



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Sunday, December 4, 2016

Saturated fat could be good for you, study suggests

A new diet intervention study raises questions regarding the validity of a diet hypothesis that has dominated for more than half a century: that dietary fat and particularly saturated fat is unhealthy for most people.

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Saturday, December 3, 2016

Weight Loss Workout Plan: Your Weekly Fitness Plan To Lose Weight

This weekly weight loss workout plan will help you lose weight by giving you specific guidance on how to incorporate fitness into your routine.

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10 Best Workouts For Weight Loss

If your goal is to lose weight, these 10 best workouts for weight loss are all excellent places to start.

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4 Stationary Bike Workouts That Burn Fat

Stationary bike workouts can be incredibly effective at burning fat. Here's how to make this gym staple work for you.

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Correlates of overweight, obesity among adolescents with bipolar disorder in the national comorbidity survey

Obesity among adolescents with bipolar disorder is linked to increased illness severity, outlines a new report. The researchers also found that although overweight is not more common among adolescents with bipolar disorder than other adolescents, overweight adolescents with bipolar disorder showed signs of increased illness severity, including more suicide attempts, psychiatric hospitalizations for depression, co-occurring conduct disorder and bulimia/binge-eating, and history of physical or sexual abuse.

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21 Of The Best Abs Exercises You Can Do Without Equipment

If you're looking for the best abs exercises around, skip the crunches. Instead, try these 21 excellent core exercises.

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Friday, December 2, 2016

How Victoria's Secret Model Jasmine Tookes Stays Motivated To Work Out

Yes, sometimes she's tempted to blow it off. It's normal to lack motivation sometimes, but Tookes has a few clutch methods for staying on track.

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I Tried A 30-Minute Victoria's Secret Models Abs Workout

I did a Victoria's Secret models abs workout with a fitness experts who trains VS models, and I was surprised at how doable most of these exercises were.

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A Total-Body Workout You Can—And Should—Challenge Your Workout BFF To Do With You

This challenging total-body workout is a cardio and strength workout. Do it with your workout buddy and use this helpful chart to keep track of your reps.

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Digital microbes for munching yourself healthy

Hundreds of different bacterial species live in the human gut, helping us to digest our food. The metabolic processes of these bacteria are not only tremendously important to our health—they are also tremendously complex. A research team has taken an important step in modelling the complexity of the human gut’s bacterial communities—the microbiome—on the computer.

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Thursday, December 1, 2016

This Instagram Star Says She Actually Doesn't Do Cardio

But experts say cardio has its benefits. Here's why it deserves a spot in your workout routine, no matter how great strength training may be.

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Watch This Incredible 105-Year-Old Teach A Yoga Class

She's a true inspiration.

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This 20-Minute Treadmill Workout Will Challenge Even Hardcore Runners

This treadmill workout varies the incline and speed to challenge your body and help you build endurance.

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The Workout Plan That Helped This Woman Lose More Than 40 Pounds

Amber Johnson needed a fitness routine that would be convenient to her lifestyle.

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