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Speed Up For A Healthier Heart

Walking is great exercise, but if you want benefits for your heart you need to push the speed envelope just a little.

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Fitness Now Helps Beat Diabetes Later

Good fitness when you're younger means you're less likely to develop type 2 diabetes as you get older.

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Fitness Fights Off Illness

Superior fitness may extend the lives of women at risk of experiencing "metabolic syndrome" – one of the precursors to diabetes.

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Mediterranean Diet Delivers Dividends

Stick to a Mediterranean-style diet and you can reap long-terms rewards for your health, particularly if you already suffer from metabolic syndrome.

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Diabetes Prevention Through Lifestyle Change

Simple changes in diet and exercise can improve your health and ensure you don't develop diabetes.

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Insulin & Exercise

Why is exercise so helpful for anyone trying to manage their blood glucose levels?

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Look To Your Liver For Heart Health

Doctors are increasingly looking at our livers to understand our risk of cardiovascular disease.

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Pre-Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome

With type 2 diabetes on the rise, doctors have made it a priority to identify people who might be at increased risk of developing the disease. This is why the terms "pre-diabetes" and "metabolic syndrome" are important to know.

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Start Disease Prevention Early

Heart disease prevention programs could commence in early childhood after the discovery that people at risk can be detected as early as adolescence - and possibly even from infancy.

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Anger Approaches Epidemic Levels

It's fairly well known that adults who respond to life events with anger face a far greater risk of cardiovascular disease than their calmer fellow humans. But children with similarly hostile responses are also in danger, a study has shown.

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Not Just Monkey Business

Research suggests insufficient exercise is the major cause of obesity and diabetes among people predisposed to these conditions. The evidence is swinging in the trees.

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