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When humans first started to walk the planet, food was pretty scarce. We often went for long periods of time without a big meal and even when food was plentiful it had to be conserved and eaten ... Read More »
The main thing affecting overnight weight change is the amount of water in your system. Water weighs an amazing amount. A gallon of water, for example, weighs 8 pounds and a pint weighs 1 pound. In ... Read More »
On Sharecare we’re serving up: tips in honor of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, help for stiff joints in cold weather, and a quick way to lower your risk of heart disease.
The cover of any magazine you pick up at the store will probably have a perfect looking model on the cover. She’s thin and fit, vibrant and healthy, wrinkle- and jiggle-free. She’s also ... Read More »
People tend to come in one of two camps when it comes to breakfast: those who eat it and those who don’t. While some in the latter camp staunchly deny the need for breakfast, others may skip it for ... Read More »
On Sharecare we’re revealing secrets to a great sex life at any age, debunking common weight loss myths, helping you ease your achy knees – and more.
  1. Is your love life raging or ... Read More »
If you’re Body Mass Index, or BMI, is between 18.5 and 25there is no need to lose weight. If your BMI is between 25 and 29.9 you are considered overweight, while a BMI of 30 or more indicates ... Read More »
Recent studies have found that supplements and vitamins often contain additives that may not be listed on the bottle and in ... Read More »
Same old answer as how to lose fat from anywhere in the body. Reduction in calories and increase in activity. As the body is in a caloric deficit the body uses fat for fuel. The location that the ... Read More »
We’ve long been told that too much stress is bad for our health. Living under the burden of stress for extended periods of time can increase your blood pressure, worsen coronary artery disease ... Read More »

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