Young women did not see obesity as a sufficient reason to change their behaviour.
When looking at height, short stature also appeared to be a causal risk factor for depression.
The positive association between red wine drinking and gut health appears to be due to the many polyphenols.
Even after a single exercise session, some participants’ brain scans showed increased connectivity between the medial temporal, which surrounds the hippocampus.
Only around 13 percent of cycles are 28 days in length.
The researchers explained that optimism is characterised as the general expectation that good things will happen.

Why athletes have poor oral health despite regular brushing and flossing

The findings, published in the British Dental Journal, showed that 94 percent of the athletes reported brushing their teeth at least twice a day.

How your partner’s presence can help reduce feelings of pain

Previous studies have already suggested that verbal support and physical touch could reduce pain.

Health Check: what happens when you hold in a fart?

Ever been in a situation where passing wind is going to be hugely embarrassing and you’ve had to hold in a fart? Let’s face it – we all have.

The five W’s of fitness

The simple mistake many people make is from the start – they don’t know their who, what, why, when, where when it comes to their fitness journeys.

What you need to know about bipolar disorder

There’s no sure way to prevent bipolar disorder. However, getting treatment at the earliest sign can prevent it worsening.

There are infinite ways to have sex and there’s nothing unnatural about any of them

Humans have discovered an almost infinite amount of ways to have sex — and things to have sex with.

Lack of vitamin D in childhood linked to behaviour problems in adolescence

Children with the vitamin deficiency are almost twice as likely to develop aggressive and rule-breaking behaviours.

Visiting a park can make you as happy as Christmas Day

It’s not just getting outside that is important, it’s being exposed to more greenery.

If you need a mental break from work, don’t check your phone

Using your phone during a break from a mentally challenging task may prevent your brain from recharging.

What you need to know about the contraceptives you are taking

I feel like, in a way, contraceptives punish our decision to procreate on our own terms

WATCH: Five compound exercises for a full-body, calorie-burning workout

If you are serious about keeping in shape and exercise, it’s important to include your exercise programme as part of your work schedule.

Why you should check your blood pressure regularly

If you have persistent unexplained headache, it might be worth it to get your blood pressure checked, since none of the symptoms are specific to the condition.

5 easy ways to beat burnout

Doing something that brings you joy each day will do wonders for your health and overall mood.

Caution: remove false teeth before surgery

Jack, it seems, simply forgot to tell his surgeon at the outset about his dental plate.


 


 


 

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