Quick Studies: A snapshot of the latest research on diet, exercise, and more
Spending nearly all day seated? That could raise your risk of dying of cancer. Researchers had roughly 8,000 people aged 45 or older wear an accelerometer to measure their movement during their waking hours for a week. Insulin delivered via a nasal spray doesn’t preserve memory, despite promising early results. A healthy lifestyle may prevent gallstones. Do you eat more at lunch if you think you ate a small breakfast?
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