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01/04/2018 / By JD Heyes

If 2017 was the “year of the fitness gadget,” then 2018 is shaping up to be the “year of the

http://www.slender.news/2018-01-04-what-are-the-top-fitness-trends-for-2018-think-back-to-the-basics

01/04/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Sparkling or carbonated water is a delight to drink, no doubt, but did you know that it can add inches

http://www.slender.news/2018-01-04-sparkling-or-flat-doctor-explains-how-fizzy-water-contributes-to-overeating-weight-gain

01/02/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Around the globe, healthcare professionals are worried about the steadily climbing rates of child obesity. Are school lunches to blame

http://www.slender.news/2018-01-02-school-food-makes-kids-fat-expert-schools-feeding-low-income-children-like-pigs

01/01/2018 / By JD Heyes

We get it: Those holiday sweets and treats are often very difficult to pass up, which is why we tend

http://www.slender.news/2018-01-01-heres-how-to-cut-out-harmful-sweets-and-sugars-now-that-the-holidays-are-over

12/30/2017 / By Tracey Watson

If you received a FitBit as a Christmas gift, and you’re super excited because you believe it’s going to help

http://www.slender.news/2017-12-30-fitbit-backfire-woman-shares-her-story-of-gaining-weight-with-the-device

12/29/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Type 2 diabetes is one of the greatest health scourges of modern society. The American Diabetes Association reports that close

http://www.slender.news/2017-12-29-crash-diet-found-to-reverse-type-2-diabetes-in-three-months

12/27/2017 / By Russel Davis

Baby boomers are generally healthier and have better life satisfaction than the generation before them, according to a study carried

http://www.slender.news/2017-12-27-baby-boomers-found-to-be-more-active-healthier-than-earlier-generations

12/26/2017 / By Janine Acero

A study published in the journal Cell Research suggests that obesity and other metabolic disorders may be reduced and prevented

http://www.slender.news/2017-12-26-keep-your-body-guessing-sporadic-fasting-can-be-beneficial-for-metabolism-weight-loss

12/19/2017 / By Zoey Sky

Macronutrients are the lifeblood of athletes. However, while carbohydrates and fat give them fuel and energy, protein lets their bodies

http://www.slender.news/2017-12-19-nutritional-requirements-should-match-your-lifestyle-study-finds-female-athletes-need-50-per-cent-more-protein-than-non-active-males

12/18/2017 / By Rita Winters

People may be unaware of being exposed to smoke, and children whose parents do are at risk. A study from Tel

http://www.slender.news/2017-12-18-pay-attention-new-study-suggests-smoking-parents-are-unaware-of-how-often-they-expose-their-kids-to-secondhand-smoke

12/15/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Seven minutes may not seem like much, yet it can mean a world of difference to the elderly. According to

http://www.slender.news/2017-12-15-researchers-find-just-7-minutes-of-exercise-a-day-can-prevent-loss-of-mobility-in-the-elderly

12/13/2017 / By Lance D Johnson

Food labels might not seem like a big deal, but more often than not, their messages and keywords shape your

http://www.slender.news/2017-12-13-labeling-matters-new-study-shows-snack-foods-contribute-to-overeating

12/13/2017 / By Janine Acero

A comprehensive study reveals evidence of the beneficial properties of substituting whole grains to refined grain diets – such as

http://www.slender.news/2017-12-13-do-you-get-enough-whole-grains-eat-more-to-lose-weight-feel-fuller-longer-reduce-inflammation

12/13/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Many of us are under the impression that to live a longer and healthier life means extreme discipline, loads of

http://www.slender.news/2017-12-13-a-healthy-lifestyle-pays-off-research-shows-healthy-habits-result-in-a-longer-quality-life

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