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New Research Reveals That Obesity Can Actually Drive You Crazy

Most of us are fully aware that obesity causes all sorts of health problems including diabetes and high blood pressure, but now shocking new research shows that being overweight can actually lead to insanity.

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What Are the Fittest and Fattest States in the US?

All that fresh mountain air must be a very good thing, because according to a new report from the CDC, Colorado has once again ranked as the thinnest state in the nation.

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Do School Food Laws Help Kids Lose Weight?

In an effort to curb rising child obesity rates, many states across the US have limited the unhealthy foods that kids can buy at school — and new evidence shows it could be paying off.

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Can Being Healthy Help You Do Your Job Better?

It’s pretty well known that smoking, a poor diet and a lack of exercise can all have a negative impact on your health — but did you know they can affect your work performance, too?

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10 Everyday Foods That Are Surprisingly Healthy

People are always trying to eat healthier or lose weight. The media sends out a constant onslaught of new information about what you should and shouldn’t eat.

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Would You Be Willing to Skip Eating If It Meant Living Longer?

We all want to live longer, but one way to do it may not sit well with you — it involves eating less. A lot less. In fact, on some days, you’ll eat almost nothing at all.

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Lying May Be Hazardous to Your Health

The average American lies about 11 times a week, but next time you’re tempted to tell a fib, remember this: lying won’t just make you untrustworthy, new research finds it’s also bad for your health.

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Can Exercise Eliminate Depression?

We all know working out is good for our bodies — but did you know it’s good for our emotions, too?

New research shows exercise may very well be an effective treatment for depression, especially among those with heart problems.

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New Study Reveals Americans Don’t Realize How Fat They Are [POLL]

Many of us could stand to lose a few pounds, but surely we’re not that overweight, right? Well, a new study from the University of Washington says that Americans — men especially — are in denial when it comes to their waistlines.

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Could Your Stressful Job Be Aging You?

If you feel older than your years, maybe your job is to blame. New research proves stress at work could actually make your cells age at an accelerated rate.

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Working the Late Shift Could Give You a Heart Attack

While some may prefer the relative quiet of working the late shift, a new study says that after-hours work may be bad for your health.

In fact, the study says, working the graveyard shift may actually give you a heart attack or stroke.

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How Long Should a Nap Be to Make You Feel Oh-So-Refreshed?

Taking a midday snooze has been shown to increase alertness, focus and concentration. But just how long should your power nap be?

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