Men store more fat in the ab area, which tends to be visceral fat, the type that collects near vital organs and is linked to heart disease. A nutritionist and a psychologist explain how to get rid of it.
Scientists at Calico Life Sciences studied data from Ancestry.com family trees and found that only about seven percent of our life expectancy can be attributed to genes - less than half than we thought.
Hayley Wakefield, 25, from Scottsdale, Arizona, was diagnosed with scoliosis at just nine years old when her parents noticed her hips were uneven. Her research revealed no-one has died from the disorder.
Running is a great way to stay in shape and improve fitness. But as any runner knows, it can be hard on the body. An Australian coach explains why 'quiet running' is a better way to pound the pavement.
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