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According to CBS News, an article published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine says that excess sugar and carbs are to blame for rising rates of obesity, rather than a lack of physical activity. Regular exercise has known benefits such as reducing heart disease risk, diabetes risk and some forms of...
According to Reuters, a study published in the Annals of Gastroenterology revealed that women with celiac disease are at greater risk for miscarrying during pregnancy or delivering preterm. The study surveyed nearly 1,000 women, asking questions regarding age of first menstruation, number of pregnancies and...
We’ve all seen police checkpoints breathalyzing potentially drunk drivers, but can more information be gleaned from a person’s breath? CBS News reports a study in the journal Gut which found a way to detect minor changes in specific compounds in exhaled breath associated with diagnosing stomach...