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No Amount of Running Is Too Hard on Your Heart
Ultramarathons are grueling races that typically range anywhere from 30 to 100 miles, but new research suggests that even these distances don't tax the heart unduly.

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Adopt a Diet That's Good for Your Gut
Having "friendly" bacteria in your digestive system is important for good health. They help the body extract nutrients from food, and boost the immune system in the fight against inflammation and many diseases associated with it.

Elbows Key to Your Walking Efficiency , Study Shows
Do you pump your arms while walking?

Just 300 Fewer Calories a Day Brings a Health Benefit
If you trim out only 300 calories a day -- the equivalent of six Oreo cookies -- that could be all it takes to cut diabetes and heart disease risk, new research suggests.

Household Chemicals Might Be Sparking Rise in Thyroid Disease Among Cats
Could the newer flame retardants now being used in many household products be making cats sick?

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