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Smoking Is Even More Damaging To The Heart Than Previously Thought

 

The study found that the more people smoked, the worse their heart function became.

 
 
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Poor Heart Health Predicts Premature Brain Aging

By estimating people's brain age from MRI scans using machine learning, a team led by UCL researchers has identified multiple risk factors for a prematurely aging brain.

They found that worse cardiovascular health at age 36 predicted a higher brain age later in life, while men also tended to have older brains than women of the same age, as they report in The Lancet Healthy Longevity.

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Many Types Of Leisure Time Activities May Lower Risk Of Death For Older Adults

Older adults who participate weekly in many different types of leisure time activities, such as walking for exercise, jogging, swimming laps, or playing tennis, may have a lower risk of death from any cause, as well as death from cardiovascular disease and cancer, according to a new study led by researchers at the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health.

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Insufficient Sleep In Teenagers Is Associated With Overweight And Obesity

Adolescents who sleep less than eight hours a night are more likely to be overweight or obese compared to their peers with sufficient sleep, according to research presented at ESC Congress 2022. Shorter sleepers were also more likely to have a combination of other unhealthy characteristics including excess fat around the middle, elevated blood pressure, and abnormal blood lipid and glucose levels.

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Flawless from Within: Eat These Every Day Foods for Skintastic Results

Diet and dermatology go hand in hand. Numerous recent studies have proven that nutrition and skin health are intrinsically linked and that what you eat can affect everything from how your skin ages to whether you suffer from acne or other skin conditions.

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Immortality Now! With Special Guest Dr. Valter Longo Discussing New Discoveries Of Fasting For Longevity

Immortality Now! Hosted By Dr. Ron Klatz and Co-Host Carol Petersen, RPh, CNP With Special Guest Dr. Valter Longo Discussing New Discoveries Of Fasting For Longevity

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Immortality Now! With Special Guest Dr. Michelle Weiner DO, MPH

Immortality Now! With Special Guest Dr. Michelle Weiner DO, MPH

Discussing CBD, medical marijuana, and psychedelics

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