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Weight gain might have more to do with how few hours you sleep rather than how much junk food you eat, a new study suggests.
Now this is something to smile about.
In fact, it's just as bad for you as butter and beef fat.
Belly fat has already been linked to an increased risk of heart disease and diabetes. Now research suggests it plays a role in certain cancers, as well.
Read this before you pour your nightly glass of wine.
Older adults need moderate- to vigorous-intensity exercise every week in order to ward off the effects of dementia, says a new scientific review.
Taking a hiatus from physical activity could raise your risk for diabetes and heart disease, researchers say.
Happy expressions are associated with youth, but here's the surprising reason new research suggests they don't actually make you appear younger.