Study finds low- and high-glycemic index diets improve endurance performance more than low-carb diets

Study: Effects of a 10-Week Exercise and Nutritional Intervention with Variable Dietary Carbohydrates and Glycaemic Indices on Substrate Metabolism, Glycogen Storage, and Endurance Performance in Men: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Image Credit: Lucky Business / Shutterstock.com

recent Sports Medicine – Public A randomized controlled trial was conducted to evaluate how varying carbohydrate intake and glycemic index (GI) affected the performance of an endurance training regimen in …

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CBD is a “powerful and promising” treatment for crack use disorder with fewer side effects than traditional treatments, study finds

CBD is a "powerful and promising" treatment for crack use disorder with fewer side effects than traditional treatments, study finds

A new study exploring the efficacy of CBD as a treatment for crack use disorder found that people who took the cannabinoid had better health outcomes and fewer adverse health …

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Cleveland kosher food pantry finds new home in South Euclid

Cleveland kosher food pantry finds new home in South Euclid

The Cleveland Kosher Food Pantry purchased a new building at 4090 Mayfield Road in South Euclid. Executive Director Sarah Yaffe Alevsky told the Cleveland Jewish News that the nonprofit operates …

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Health insurance coverage and access to care continue to decline for sexual minorities during COVID-19, study finds

Health insurance coverage and access to care continue to decline for sexual minorities during COVID-19, study finds

Image source: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain In the United States, uninsured rates among sexual minorities have steadily increased from lows in 2016, affecting populations that have historically had less access to …

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Major new study finds people with hypochondriasis die five years earlier than others

Researchers in Sweden followed 42,000 people for 20 years, including 1,000 with the disease, and found that worriers lived an average of 70 years, while others lived an average of 75 years.

People who constantly worry about contracting a fatal disease are more likely to die earlier than others, a study has found. Swedish researchers examined health outcomes in people with an …

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In a hypochondriasis paradox, people who worry about getting seriously ill have higher mortality rates, Swedish study finds

In a hypochondriasis paradox, people who worry about getting seriously ill have higher mortality rates, Swedish study finds

Author: Kara K. Johnson A hospital exam room in Alabama on Thursday, July 30, 2015. A large Swedish study published on Wednesday, December 13, 2023, JAMA Psychiatry, discovered a paradox …

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