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    The level of hemoglobin in most healthy people is stable. Hemoglobin plays a vital role in the transport of oxygen in the body. If the level of hemoglobin was to drop, the person would have ..
  • Checking Your Weight Daily Could Prevent Furt..
    New research suggests a strategy for preventing weight gain. Over 37% of adults in the United States are obese, and 32% are overweight. Healthcare experts expect this number to increase.  ..
  • Is Sugar the Real Culprit for Hyperactivity A..
    Several studies have suggested that excessive intake of sugar can cause hyperactivity in children. However, Kristi L. King, a senior pediatric dietitian at Texas Children’s Hospital and ..
  • Too Much Sleep Increases Risk of Cardiovascul..
    According to new findings, both insufficient sleep and excessive sleep increase the risk of cardiovascular problems and premature death. The CDC reports that nearly a third of the population in ..
  • Why People Can’t Lose Weight..
    Obesity has overtaken smoking as the number one killer. Millions of people would like to lose weight but can’t despite the presence of a massive weight loss industry that includes gyms, ..
  • Tips to Deal with Hunger Pangs at Night..
    Many people develop hunger pangs late in the night. And rather than going to sleep, they can’t resist raiding the pantry. A large majority of people who develop hunger pangs at night crave for ..
  • The Probiotic Hype: Is There Any Truth To It?..
    Millions of people in the US regularly consume probiotics. The probiotic industry is a multibillion-dollar business. Almost every month there is a new type of probiotic manufactured in the form ..
  • Low Carb Diet May Lower Life Expectancy..
    A low-carb diet could shorten life expectancy by up to four years, a study suggests. Over the past few decades, dieticians and other healthcare workers have frequently been recommending a low ..