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A Weak Handgrip Strength Can Be a Sign of Serious Health Problems
People Exercising 150 to 600 Minutes Every Week Have Lowest Risk of Death
Doing Household Chores Every Day Can Help to Reduce the Risk of Stroke
Inability to Stand on One Leg Associated With Higher Risk of Death
Fitness Trackers Encourage Walking as Much as 40 Minutes More a Day
The Use of Antibiotics Can Negatively Impact Athletic Performance
High Levels of Exercise Don’t Offset the Harmful Effects of a Bad Diet
Excessive Sitting Can Increase Risk of Early Death by as Much as 50%
Walking Can Help Reduce Pain in People With Knee Osteoarthritis
Potato Derived Protein Helps Improve Rates of Muscle Protein Synthesis
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