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More Sleep Means Lower Blood Pressure for College Students

College students can lower blood pressure and feel better with more sleep.

Researchers at Penn State found an increase of 43 minutes per night of sleep for college students in their study equated to a drop in systolic blood pressure of seven points.

, May 24, 2021


Plant Protein Similar to Animal Protein for Building Muscle

Study suggests the amount of protein is more important than the source.

Researchers in Brazil saw similar gains in strength and muscle mass for study participants who worked out whether they consumed a vegan or omnivorous diet.

, May 24, 2021


More Fruits and Vegetables Means Less Stress

Adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet may help you better cope with stress.

Scientists in Australia discovered those in their study who ate the most fruits and vegetables had 10 percent lower stress levels than those who ate less.

, May 17, 2021


Sardines Helped Study Patients Avoid Type 2 Diabetes

Adding sardines to your diet could be good for your blood sugar.

Spanish researchers have now found regular sardine consumption can help prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes in those most susceptible.

, May 10, 2021


Omega-3 Supplements Protect Against Stress and Slow Aging

Omega-3 fish oil can protect your body against stress and slow aging.

Researchers at Ohio State University found high doses of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids helped study participants resist the damaging effects of stress.

, May 03, 2021


Prebiotics Could Bring Anxiety Relief

Feeding your gut bacteria could reduce your anxiety.

Researchers in England found a daily dose of prebiotics helped a group of young women reduce their anxiety while also improving their gut health.

, May 03, 2021


Mediterranean Diet Leaves Room for Red Meat

Red meat can fit into a heart-healthy diet.

Researchers at Penn State University discovered lean red meat paired with the Mediterranean diet actually reduced the heart disease risk for study participants.

, April 19, 2021


No Pain No Gain for PAD Sufferers

Sometimes exercise has to hurt to be beneficial.

Researchers found if people with peripheral artery disease don't experience pain while exercising they are not working hard enough to see benefits.

, April 12, 2021


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