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  1. How A Candy Contribute Help To Our Waistlines?

    How A Candy Contribute Help To Our Waistlines?

    The average American office worker is packing on almost seven pounds a year, according to recent studies. One from Cornell University shows the handy bite-size treats found on office desks are a big contributor. Eating two pieces of candies every day adds about 480 calories over a workweek. research says that office treats expand our waistline. To burn that off...
  2. How does exercise reduce the heart attack risk in your 40's

    How does exercise reduce the heart attack risk in your 40's

    Here's good news for many of us whose biggest exercise movement is rising from the chair after a TV show. Even if you have been sedentary and you're over 40, starting an exercise program will protect your heart health. You will achieve the most benefit by making it a goal to be very active. But even slight increases in activity...
  3. How Much Orange Juice We Should Drink Every Day?

    How Much Orange Juice We Should Drink Every Day?

    Drinking a glass of orange juice every day has long been known to be a healthy practice. Drinking orange juice doesn't mean that it can cure your ailments. But now new evidence shows that it's benefits are more extensive. High pressure is not good for anybody. People with clogged artery has this problem that can lead to heart disease and...
  4. What are the Reasons To Exercise After Age 50?

    What are the Reasons To Exercise After Age 50?

    For many, growing older seems to involve an inevitable loss of strength, energy, and vigor—but that need not be, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Frailty and decreased energy associated with aging are largely due to muscle loss due to inactivity. And when it comes to muscle, the old saying is true: “Use it or lose it.”...

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