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What should YOUR resting heart rate be: Five things it can tell you about your health

As well as being a good way to track your fitness, regularly checking your resting heart rate can alert you to a potential health issue.  Generally a lower heart rate implies more efficient heart function and better cardiovascular fitness.  According to Mayo Clinic, a well-trained athlete might have a normal resting heart rare closer to 40 beats a… Daily Express ...

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Serena Williams Says Postpartum Health Complications Made Her ‘Stronger’

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Serena Williams is finding strength in her hardships. The 36-year-old tennis pro previously opened up about her postpartum health complications in her new cover story for Vogue, and on Monday, she took to Facebook to thank fans for their response. “I didn’t expect that sharing our family’s story of Olympia’s birth and all of complications ...

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Serena Williams Covers Vogue With Baby Daughter, Opens Up About Post-Birth Health Complications

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Serena Williams is a maternal goddess on the cover of Vogue’s February issue! Dressed in a fitted cherry red number and flashing her stunning wedding ring while holding her precious daughter, Alexis Olympia, in her arms, the 36-year-old tennis pro is the epitome of strength. But shortly after her daughter’s birth in September, Williams faced ...

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Sleep health benefits: Snoozing for longer every night could lead to a healthier diet

Adults who increased the amount of sleep they had reported consuming less sugary foods and making better nutritional choices, according to the King’s College London (KCL) study.  Researchers said the findings strengthened the link between lack of sleep and a poor quality diet. The study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, sought t… Daily Express :: Health Feed

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Study shows link between regular attendance at religious services and health and longevity

Researchers from the Emory Rollins School of Public Health have published a paper in PLOS ONE that links regular attendance at religious services with improved health and lowered mortality. Ellen L. Idler, PhD, joint-appointed professor in Epidemiology at Rollins and Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Sociology, is lead author on the paper. Rollins faculty Carol Hogue, PhD, Jules and Uldeen Terry C… ...

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