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According to new research, the extreme temperatures, which often accompany unpredictable weather, can also increase the risk of premature cardiovascular disease (CVD) death.
As the heat of summer starts to slow down, and the season of orange and red leaves starts to peek its way around the corner, new science shows just how we can be better about beating the heat next year.
New book from Human Kinetics explains the significant impact of hormones on female physiology. Champaign, IL (PRWEB) June 14, 2012 While a man’s hormonal
Scientists have identified a protein which regulates the activation of brown fat in both the brain and the body's tissues.
Although the temperate climates of central Europe provide plentiful food in summer, finding enough to eat is much more problematic in winter.
No one likes being bitten by whining mosquitoes, but have you ever considered what the experience is like for them as their cold-blooded bodies fill with our warm blood?
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