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Journal Entry chemical/x-isostarDMAA products persist
HPRC has updated its list of products containing DMAA.
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Journal EntryIs high endurance running harmful to your heart?
MedicalNewsToday.com presents an article that reports on a 2009 study from the European Journal of Echocardiography that assesses the effects of running in ultra-endurance races.
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Journal EntryThe hidden danger of extreme workouts
Are high-intensity fitness programs safe?
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Journal EntryRunning a marathon can affect your heart
Businessweek.com is reporting on a new study that suggests that running a marathon can damage your heart, with more than half of the segments in the heart's main pumping chamber typically functioning a little under par during the race.
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Journal EntrySleep to live longer
Getting a good night's sleep is important for health.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsSupplements may boost energy but strain troops' hearts
Military doctors are worried that certain energy supplements could lead to heart problems in U.S. troops.
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Journal EntryFamily Matters: Military Youth Risk-Taking Behavior
In a study of military youth, risk-taking behavior was compared to national and state averages. How did they rank?
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Journal EntryDietary supplements: Questions and answers
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) answers consumers' questions about dietary supplements and the regulations of dietary supplements.
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Journal EntryGet 7-8 hours of sleep to perform daily tasks efficiently
More than one-third of adults in the U.S. Don't get enough sleep, and getting less than 7 hours will impact even your everyday tasks.
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Journal Entry application/x-troff-msThe FTC and fake acai “news” claims
Watch out for apparent news websites, even those displaying recognizable logos, that make weight-loss claims for acai berry supplements. The FTC is targeting these deceptive practices.
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