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Study finds less social networking, better mental health

University students who limited their use of social networks to around 30 minutes a day afterward performed better on tests measuring anxiety, depression, loneliness and fear of missing out, US researchers reported. Other tests showed that they apparently approached life more optimistically, according to the study published in the journal Technology Mind and Behavior. Mental

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Healthier planet, healthier people – Harvard Health

Five small steps toward better health for you and planet Earth. Everything is connected. You’ve probably heard that before, but it bears repeating. Below are five ways to boost both your individual health and the health of our planet — a combination that environmentalists call co-benefits. How your health and planetary health intersect Back in

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The Latest on Joint Replacement, Repair, and New Treatments

Share on PinterestNew and emerging advancements are changing the way joints affected by arthritis can be treated. Mascot/Getty Images Nearly 1 in 4 Americans are living with arthritis. Many people have to turn to joint repair and replacement procedures for treatment. A range of technological innovations and advancements in treatment have emerged in recent years

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Intermittent fasting’s impact on bone health

Although several studies have indicated intermittent fasting (IF) promotes weight loss and improves metabolic health, its effect on bone health is unclear. Recently, scientists reviewed the existing literature and summarized the effects of varied forms of IF, such as the 5:2 diet, alternate day fasting (ADF), and time-restricted eating/feeding (TRE/TRF), on bone health. This review

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