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Midlife Fitness Lowers Cancer Risk

New research has come to light suggesting that exercise may play a greater role in the health of middle aged men than previously thought. While the benefits of regular exercise for muscle and joint health, cardiovascular health, and overall energy are well known and lauded in the medical community, the effect of regular exercise on […]

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John Daly challenges PGA Drug Testing

It’s no secret that drug testing of most major sports is constantly evolving to catch any and all forms of illegal drugs that may enhance a player’s ability in an unfair way. The Professional Golf Association Tour is no exception, having significantly amped up the frequency and accuracy of their test, ensuring that no illegal […]

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Global Vitamin and Supplement Market Trends

It’s no surprise that the global market for vitamins and supplements is growing at a high rate. People are becoming more and more concerned about protecting their health through maintenance rather than spending huge amounts of money on medical procedures to correct health issues. So, they are turning to vitamins and supplements to ensure that […]

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Killifish and Anti-Aging Research

The study of the human aging process is an important but difficult one. Since the time it takes to study the lifespan of a human takes almost a decade, making progress in the field is difficult. Studies have been done on other species that share certain attributes with humans, but the results are not always […]

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The Trend Towards Bodyweight Workouts

Joining a gym can be intimidating. It can be a struggle to find the time to make the trip, pay for membership, learn how to use complex equipment, or to overcome feelings of self-consciousness. When taking these things into consideration, it’s clear that going to the gym isn’t for everyone. Since the gym isn’t something […]