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  1. NYT listening illustration

    Here's why you're not listening to your closest and dearest

    There’s an unconscious tendency to tune out people you feel close to because you think you already know what they are going to say.
  2. weight training

    Want maximum weight loss? Try combining aerobics and weight training

    Activities like walking and lifting weights were both tied to a healthier weight, but combining the two may have the most benefits.
  3. NYT Why Doctos dismiss dizziness

    The reason why doctors dismiss dizziness as a serious medical complaint

    It’s one of the most common ailments, but patients say many doctors don’t take it seriously.
  4. Infrared sauna

    Why it will do you good to sweat it out at this trendy infrared sauna

    Athletes, weekend warriors and those suffering from work burnout, a session at an infrared sauna might be the wellness therapy for your woes.
  5. Obesity Illustration NYT

    By 2030, nearly half of US population will be obese, experts say

    Nearly one in two adults will be obese, and nearly one in four will be severely obese.
  6. Woman showing body hair

    Where does hair grow the fastest or slowest – on your head or body?

    CNA Lifestyle asks the experts some hair-raising scientific questions you’ve always thought about. Like ‘Why do old people have bushy eyebrows?’ ...
  7. Toilet paper butt piles haemorrhoids

    No toilet paper? Health experts say washing may be better than wiping

    And you won't have to stand in line to pay for toilet paper, too.
  8. NYT - Different cuts of beef

    Red and processed meat increases heart risks, latest study concludes

    A new study found a meat-heavy diet carries a small but increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
  9. NYT - Photo showing pan sheet filled with raw chicken, tomatoes and peppers

    Could a low-carb, high-fat keto diet be bad for athletes’ bones?

    Race walkers on a low-carbohydrate, high-fat ketogenic diet showed early signs indicative of bone loss.
  10. Man doing bicep curls with weights

    Keeping ageing muscles fit is tied to better heart health later

    For men at least, entering middle age with plenty of muscle may lower the later risk of developing heart disease by more than 80 per cent.