Here is an article that speculates that bulimia might be caused by an imbalance of hormones such as testosterone and estrogen.
This article talks about Dr. Mark Hyman’s book Ultrametabolism: The Simple Plan for Automatic Weight Loss. Some of his ideas include eating more protein, eating smaller meals more often, and drinking green tea.
Stress management training may be good for your heart.
The antiviral drug valganciclovir may be helpful in treating chronic fatigue syndrome.
This article says that spicy foods might help protect us against cancer. They are talking mainly about capsaicin here, a compound found in hot chili peppers. I don’t think this is really new news.
Here is an article on surviving pancreatic cancer.
Is caffeine better than aspirin and ibuprofen in reducing muscle pain after a workout?
How do we explain the fact that Australians are among the longest living people in the world? Do they have a good diet, a better environment, a lack of stress? What? That is a puzzle. BTW, this is not to say that they are among the healthiest people in the world, just that they live a long time. However longevity is a good start.
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