Sunday, December 21, 2014 Kislev 29, 5775
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Rita Bryan, JE Feature
People are constantly asking me about the best and quickest way to shed excess fat. Your body type, age, fitness level, use of certain medications and dieting history all play a role in determining how "easy" or "how many obstacles" will be in the way to achieving a more slender body. Since the dawn of the fitness movement back in...
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A new study in mice raises a tantalizing possibility that humans may one day be able to eat any kind of fat they want without raising their risk of heart disease. "We deleted an enzyme in mice, and they could eat any type of fat and not get heart disease," stated Lawrence Rudel, Ph.D., a professor of comparative medicine. "If...
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With summer coming, it may be energy drinks. But are they safe?
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Energy drinks seem to be everywhere these days. With punchy and promise-filled names -- like Red Bull, a mega-seller worldwide, with more than 1 billion cans purchased last year; amp Energy and amp Energy Overdrive; No Fear; Adrenaline Rush; Full Throttle; Rip It; Tahitian Noni International's Hiro; Trek; Red and Blue from Anheuser-Busch; and Arizona Green Tea Energy Drink --...
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Searching for a gift that will make mom's eyes light up this Mother's Day? How about getting her something she really needs -- an excuse to take more time to relax and pamper herself. And that could mean lunch with the "girls," a manicure or some peaceful moments in front of the TV watching her favorite program. With all her...
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University of Washington researchers have found that 18-month-olds engage in what they call "emotional eavesdropping" by listening and watching emotional reactions directed by one adult to another, and then using this emotional information to shape their own behavior. Writing in a recent issue of the journal Child Development , Betty Repacholi and Andrew Meltzoff of the U.W. Institute for Learning...
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