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New research has found that people with existing mental health conditions may be at a greater risk of experiencing cardiovascular problems, such as high blood pressure or heart disease.
New research published in the journal BMJ indicates that adhering to a healthy lifestyle can increase the lifespan of older adults, and many of those additional years can be lived with a lower risk of dementia and Alzheimer's.
Research shows that the right routine can actually help individuals handle periods of uncertainty and change.
New research shows that a brisk walk may do slow down the aging process and add as much as 16 years by midlife. 
A new global study surveying more than 220,000 people across 34 countries found that the 18-24 age bracket is facing troubling times.
A new study shows that the rate of prediabetes in America’s youth has more than doubled over the past two decades. The alarming increase spans across all populations, regardless of race, income, and education.
A recent study published in PLOS ONE, a journal dedicated to a multidisciplinary approach to scientific advancement, showed that regular yoga practice enabled participants to better sustain prior weight loss over a longer period. 
New study shows Meatless Monday marketing messages are an effective way to encourage people to eat less meat, according to UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health research.
New research published last week in JAMA shows that people with obesity in middle age are at a greater risk of higher medical costs and lifestyle limitations than people of moderate weight.
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