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Sugar spell: Breaking away from your sweet tooth's hold

It was a gray day in America earlier this year when the World Health Organization recommended adults and children reduce their daily intake of sugar to less than 10 percent of their total energy intake. In English, that's roughly 25 grams of sugar per day. America's sweet...

source: By Natalie Rodriguez
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Running is a sport that can essentially be done anywhere at any time, as long as you have a path and some shoes. But when you're traveling or live in the city, it can be difficult to find a decent route without running into congestion or a dead end. Active worked with runners...

source: Active

Exercise is supposed to make us healthier and, for the most part, that's what it does. But there are some medical conditions, aside from injury, that you're more likely to experience if you're fit. One of those is dizziness and fainting when rising suddenly from a lying...

source: Running Times

One second. That’s what separated Rachel Scott from an entry into the 2016 Boston Marathon. So many runners applied that her time proved heartbreakingly short of what she needed to be guaranteed a spot. “It would have...

source: Runner's World

The influence of our social networks can be a powerful motivator to encourage more physical activity, say researchers in a new report. What this new study reveals is that these same positive behavior signals are also powerful in our online networks, and can be harnessed...

source: ScienceDaily

We’ve probably all heard someone exclaim, “Ah, my endorphins are kicking in” at the end of a good run. Endorphins are famous for supposedly producing “runner’s high,” that fleeting sense of calm and euphoria that engulfs many of us after...

source: The New York Times

While exercise is good for everyone, new research suggest those at higher risk for a health condition have to exercise more to get benefits comparable to someone who is not at risk. In the current study, researchers at Lund University investigated the effects of exercise...

source: PsychCentral


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