Have you heard of "skinny fat"? It's a real medical condition, and it can put those with the body type at risk for diabetes and hypertension - diseases usually associated with those who are moderately to severely overweight.
(And no, we're not talking about specific people, TV programs, or situations. Or The Situation, for that matter) I'd always heard that we yawn to get more oxygen into our bodies quickly. But, like so many things I thought were scientifically true, this is just plain wrong.
When it comes to gift-giving, we all know that "it's the thought that counts". But, if you have decided that someone on your shopping list deserves that expensive item this year, don't spend extra money on an additional "small" gift. A new study says it …
As little as two servings a day of sugary drinks - sugar-sweetened soft drinks, sweetened mineral water, and "regular" nonalcoholic beer are some examples - leads to increased risk of heart disease and diabetes in women, according to a new study.