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Two new studies that will be presented at the conference of the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions have found that smoking e-cigarettes not only cause lung injury but also increases the risk of heart disease. The CDC has recommended people to avoid e-cigarettes or vaping products containing THC.
Paula Radcliffe, the British running legend, has recently shared a few important tips for runners who are in their 40s. She explained that running is the best exercise to keep yourself physically and mentally healthy. She said she still runs and advises people to run to strengthen their core.
A study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine has found that any amount of running is enough to reduce the risk of death from any cause, including cardiovascular disease and cancer. However, the study did not find the exact cause behind the results. Researchers explained that running reduced death risk by 27 percent.
According to a new study published in Nature, thinking too much and too hard could cut short your life span. In short, excessive brain activity could increase the risk of dying soon. The study found that excessive brain activity may decrease a protein that calms your brain, shortening your life span.
According to two new studies by the American Heart Association, owning a dog is associated with an increased likelihood of living a bit longer, especially in people who already had a stroke or heart attack. Although the exact cause and effect was unclear, researchers explained that it could be due to an increase in physical activity and a decrease in feeling depressed or lonely.
On Monday, we entered this year’s second autumnal equinox wherein the equator between the Northern and Sothern Hemisphere has 12 hours of days and 12 hours of nights. The fall season in USA could bring a few health issues so it is important to take care of yourself in order to stay away from sickness.
A panel of researchers released a new set of nutritional guidelines, describing that younger children should drink mostly milk and water and they should not be given sodas, chocolate milk or flavored milk, caffeinated beverages, or sweetened beverages. Also, the new guidelines describe that children should not drink more than one cup of 100 percent juice.