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Large-scale prospective study reaffirms role of Vitamin D for cardiovascular, respiratory, and bone health.

In that a number of previous studies suggest a wide range of beneficial health effects of Vitamin D, data from a 13-year long prospective population  study involving 14,641 adult ...

Too much sedentary time correlates to a greater risk of depression.

Amassing scientific literature suggests a multitude of life-enhancing – and potentially life-extending, benefits of movement.  Conversely, having a sedentary lifestyle is thought to rob both quality, and quantity, of life.  Long ...

Perhaps the ultimate 9-to-5 multasking, using a walking workstation may improve not only physical health – but also reduce stress and alleviate boredom.

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Experiencing a fall indoors may signal undetected frailty, among older women.

Injuries due to falls can result in long-term functional impairment.  Sebastien Bailly, from Hospices Civils de Lyon (France), and colleagues observe that indoor falls may be a sign of otherwise ...

Known best as the substance in turmeric that gives the curry spice its characteristic yellow color, curcumin has been found by previous studies to exert antioxidant, anti-inflammation, anticancer, and lipid-lowering ...

Milk that has been fermented using a probiotic dairy starter may benefit the skin of young healthy women.

There has been much interest in the potential for using probiotic bacteria for treating skin diseases, such as atopic dermatitis, however few studies have investigated their effect upon healthy skin ...

 

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