Stories By 'LISA RAPAPORT'
The idea that skipping breakfast contributes to weight gain doesn’t mean that eating breakfast can help with weight loss, a research review suggests.
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People who get hugs are less likely to experience a bad mood after a disagreement than those who don’t receive this kind of affection, a study suggests.
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Menopausal women who practice yoga may experience more relief from symptoms like night sweats and hot flashes than their peers who don’t do this type of exercise, a review of existing research suggests.
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Older adults who have a strong sense of purpose in life may stay more physically fit than people who don’t believe their life has much meaning, a study suggests.
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Parents who are constantly checking their phones for texts, emails and cat videos may be more likely to have kids who misbehave than people who are able to step away from their screens, a small US study suggests.
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It may be tempting to latch on to the latest diet fad like juicing or going gluten-free to lose weight or achieve other health goals. But when it comes to heart health, doctors say sticking with old standbys like fruits, veggies and olive oil is still the best approach.
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