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Your Day in Health: February 1

How to do the shortest workout possible—while reaping all the benefits...
Your Day in Health: February 1

NY TIMES: How To Do The Shortest Workout Possible

“Athletes have long used interval sessions as part of a varied weekly training program to improve their competitiveness. But Dr. Gibala, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, has helped to popularize the idea that we can rely on high-intensity intervals as our only exercise, and do very, very few of them while still improving our health and fitness.” Read full story.

ICYMI: 27 Health and Fitness Myths You Must Stop Believing

REUTERS: Skipping Breakfast May Be Bad For Your Heart, Doctors Say

“Planning meals and snacks in advance and eating breakfast every day may help lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, new guidelines from U.S. doctors say. Eating more calories earlier in the day and consuming less food at night may also reduce the odds of a heart attack, stroke or other cardiac or blood vessel diseases, according to the scientific statement from the American Heart Association.” Read full story.

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YAHOO: ‘A Third of Cancers Are Preventable Through Diet’: French Researcher

“Excluding genetic and behavioral factors, such as smoking and alcohol consumption, what can be done to help prevent cancer? Ahead of World Cancer Day, February 4, here’s some the latest understanding of nutritional and environmental factors outlined by Marie-Christine Boutron-Ruault, a research director for the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research at the Gustave-Roussy cancer research institute on the outskirts of Paris, and vice president of the “Human Nutrition” expert committee at the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety.” Read full story.

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