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Article ID: 687588

Managing Obesity in the Workplace − New Guidance from ACOEM

Wolters Kluwer Health: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins

Effective prevention and treatment steps—including coverage for bariatric surgery, when indicated—can help employers to control the health and economic impact of obesity in the workplace, according to an ACOEM Guidance Statement, published in the January Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.

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Article ID: 687489

Proper Exercise Can Reverse Damage From Heart Aging

UT Southwestern Medical Center

Exercise can reverse damage to sedentary, aging hearts and help prevent risk of future heart failure – if it’s enough exercise, and if it’s begun in time, according to a new study by cardiologists at UT Southwestern and Texas Health Resources.

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Article ID: 687473

Efforts to Track Food Intake on Smartphone App Impacted by Day of Week but Not Season of Year

Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior

Dietary self-monitoring is a key component of successful behavioral weight loss interventions and is essential for facilitating other behavior change techniques (eg, setting goals, providing behavioral feedback). Few studies, however, have examined weekly and seasonal patterns of dietary self-monitoring, particularly when using a smartphone application (app). A new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior found that the amount of time in a study and day of the week were associated with dietary self-monitoring but not season.

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Article ID: 687557

Cold Weather Marathon Training Tips

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Get ahead of the competition by training in the cold: Advice from a Bank of America Chicago Marathon physician

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5-Jan-2018 3:05 PM EST
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Article ID: 687492

新的指导方针:尝试通过锻炼来改善记忆和思维

Mayo Clinic

对于轻度认知障碍(mild cognitive impairment)的患者,如果医生所开的药方是锻炼而不是药物治疗,请不要感到惊讶。 新的指导方针建议该病患者每周锻炼两次以改善记忆和思维。 该建议是在美国神经病学会医学杂志“神经病学”(Neurology)上发表的更新的轻度认知障碍指南的一部分。

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Article ID: 687479

New Year's Resolution to Lose Weight? How Far Is Too Far?

Cornell College

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Article ID: 687413

Facial Exercises Help Middle-Aged Women Appear More Youthful

Northwestern University

A 30-minute daily or alternate-day facial exercise program sustained over 20 weeks improved the facial appearance of middle-aged women, resulting in a younger appearance with fuller upper and lower cheeks, reports a new Northwestern Medicine study.

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3-Jan-2018 12:05 PM EST
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No Pain No Gain? When It Comes to Workout Effectiveness, Pain Does Not Necessarily Equal Gain, Says University Hospitals Avon Health Center Physical Therapist Heather Henry

University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center

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Article ID: 687356

Sleep Your Way to a Better Year: SJU Neuroscientist Offers Advice for Those Resolving for More Sleep

Saint Joseph's University

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2-Jan-2018 12:05 PM EST
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Article ID: 687342

Starting a New Year Diet? Cornell Historian Explores American History Through Diet Books

Cornell University

It’s the season of resolutions and many Americans are turning to diets to kick off the new year. Dieting is a $60 billion industry, with 45 million Americans trying to lose weight every year. But despite all the money and effort, these diets haven’t succeeded for the two-thirds of Americans who are overweight or obese. In “Diet and the Disease of Civilization,” Adrienne Rose Bitar defines “success” differently: What if diet books work like literature?

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