Can Soft Drinks Cause Heart Disease?

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Put Down That Soda Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney  Can Soft Drinks Cause Heart Disease? For today's "Health Tip" I'm going to paraphrase a quote from your some of your favorite action flicks: "Put down that soda and back away and nobody gets hurt." You see, the news about soft drinks keeps getting worse and worse! You've probably already ...

Can Obesity Affect Your Sex Drive?

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A Big, Fat Problem With Testosterone Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney  Can Obesity Affect Your Sex Drive? While millions of American women are on a diet at any one time, many men just ignore those extra pounds. Things like heart disease, cancer and diabetes seem to be much more distant threats to us. The male ego also allows ...

Can Exercise Help You Live Longer?

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Run Long And Prosper Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney Can Exercise Help You Live Longer? In my past "Tips" I have talked about how hard it is to prove the value of individual lifestyle changes for improving our longevity - whether we are talking about more exercise, lower fat diets or individual nutritional supplements. Most studies have ...

Welcome to Health Tips from the Professor

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My goal is to keep you abreast of the latest developments in health, nutrition and fitness. I will cut through the sensational headlines and hype to let you know what health information you can trust. I will provide you with this information in a straight-forward manner so that you can apply it to your personal ...

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A Low Carb Diet and Weight Loss

Posted January 15, 2019 by Dr. Steve Chaney

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Do Low-Carb Diets Help Maintain Weight Loss? Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney   Traditional diets have been based on counting calories, but are all calories equal? Low-carb enthusiasts have long claimed that diets high in sugar and refined carbs cause obesity. Their hypothesis is based on the fact that high blood sugar levels cause a spike in insulin levels, ...

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