We’re So Confused

August 11, 2016

The problems with food and exercise studies. Nearly everything you have been told about the food you eat and the exercise you do and their effects on your health should be met with a raised eyebrow

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Imagine if, instead of sweating on the treadmill and forcing yourself through repetitive sit-ups, you could have the benefits of exercise without any of the effort. That scenario isn’t a ridiculous fantasy but a serious scientific goal, and researchers have recently published a major breakthrough: They have created a blueprint of the molecular reactions to exercise

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Following on the controversial large, sugar-laden drinks ban, the newest front in Mayor Bloomberg’s war on obesity: encouraging New Yorkers to use the stairs

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