Caffeine comes in many forms, some better than others. Beverages that combine caffeine with other ingredients — from stimulants in energy drinks to flavor shots in lattes—may have unwelcome side effects.
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Lack of time is a common reason cited for not exercising, but new research suggests that several short intensive workouts a week may help lower blood sugar levels similarly to longer, more regular exercise regimens.
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Some stints of memory lapse in older adults may be due to silent strokes, tiny spots of dead cells inside the brain that bring on undetectable stroke symptoms.
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People who eat lots of red meat may have a higher risk of some types of kidney cancer.
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A Dutch review of prior research reveals that the more physically active school-aged children are, the better they fare in the classroom.
Source: Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine Read More