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New research suggests lifting weights can help you live longer, especially in combination with cardio

New research suggests lifting weights can help you live longer, especially in combination with cardio

Combining strength training with regular cardio can help you live longer, according to a new study. Weightlifting or other strength training once or twice a week can build muscle and prevent injury. Doing 150 to 300 minutes of cardio a week can improve heart health and improve mood. Loading Something is loading. If you want …

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Health Care - CDC Suggests Monkeypox Vaccine Reduces Infection

Health Care – CDC Suggests Monkeypox Vaccine Reduces Infection

Last night Lizzo played a crystal flute that once belonged to former President James Madison, becoming the first person to use the instrument in over 200 years. Early data from the CDC appears to show that the Jynneos monkeypox vaccine reduces the risk of infection. Welcome to night health care, where we follow the latest …

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Study suggests this particular exercise can boost memory

Study suggests this particular exercise can boost memory

Ah, the burpee. Who hasn’t been forced against their will to perform far too many strenuous repetitions of this exercise? Touted as the ultimate full-body workout that requires no equipment, gym teachers and drill instructors everywhere swear by its effectiveness. As grueling as it can be, your lousy gym instructor might be right: New research …

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People who consume artificial sweeteners may have a 9% higher risk of heart disease, new research suggests

People who consume artificial sweeteners may have a 9% higher risk of heart disease, new research suggests

illustration of a hand holding a soda Getty Images The average American adult consumes 77 grams of sugar (just over 6 tablespoons) per day, according to the American Heart Association. Compare that to the AHA recommended limits for added sugars… Men: no more than 36 grams, which equals 9 teaspoons or 150 calories, per day …

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