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Is more free time actually linked to greater happiness? Here’s what study says

As an individual's free time increases, so does that person's sense of well-being but only up to a point. According to a recent...

Wondering how many steps per day benefits your health? This is what a new study says

According to a new study, walking at least 7,000 steps a day reduced middle-aged people's risk of premature death from all causes by...

Moderate-vigorous physical activity is most efficient at improving fitness: Study

In the largest study performed to date to understand the relationship between habitual physical activity and physical fitness, researchers from Boston University School...

Feeling leisure is wasteful and unproductive increases stress, depression: Study

Feeling that leisure is wasteful and unproductive may lead to less happiness and higher levels of stress and depression, new research led by...

Pecan-enriched diet can reduce cholesterol? Here’s what study says

A new study has shown that a pecan-enriched diet can improve a person's cholesterol levels.The findings of the study were published in 'The...

Reduced screen time, enough sleep: Study suggests ways to support kids’ mental health during pandemic

A new study has suggested several simple, practical steps that families can take - including reducing passive screen time and news consumption, having...

Resistance training helps in burning fat? Here’s what a new study says

Findings from a new University of Kentucky College of Medicine and College of Health Sciences study add to growing evidence that resistance exercise...

Want to boost your kids vocabulary? Here’s how exercising helps do that

A recent study by University of Delaware researchers suggested exercise can boost kids' vocabulary growth.The study, published in the 'Journal of Speech Language...

Studying DNA tags can lead to better understanding of cancer treatment outcomes

Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers found that studying tags, or modifications to cell-free DNA (cfDNA), may lead to a better understanding of...

Changes in diet can help treat hot flashes in menopausal women, says study

A new study found that a plant-based diet rich in soy reduces moderate-to-severe hot flashes by 84 per cent, from nearly five per...

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