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APR 09, 2014 - Shape

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4 Ways to Outsmart Hunger Hormones

Sluggish afternoons, vending-machine cravings, and a growling stomach (even though you just had lunch) can pack on the pounds and erode willpower. But tackling those healthy-eating hurdles may be about more than just self-control: What and when ?you eat is also determined by hormones—which are, in turn, infuenced by both your biology and your behaviors. Here’s how to harness four ...

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APR 09, 2014 - Shape

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The Male Brain On: Jealousy

Getty Images “I was besotted with her.” Those are the words Oscar Pistorius used in court to describe the infatuation he felt toward his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, whom he shot and killed last year. Whether or not you believe the Blade Runner’s story about mistaking his darling for a burglar, he has admitted to feeling jealous and possessive of her.Of ...

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APR 09, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Why Being Neurotic Could Actually Be A Good Thing

Irritable. Moody. Anxious. Tense. Neurotic types get a bad rap, and it's no surprise considering the characteristics most commonly associated with the personality trait. Neuroticism is considered one of the "Big 5" personality traits, along with extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness and openness to experience. According to a 2009 article in the journal American Psychologist, neuroticism refers to "tendencies to respond with ...

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APR 07, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Why Taking Time Off From Exercise Is Good For Your Health

By Daniel Duane for Men's Journal There's nothing like a new season to get us fired up for sports again -- bulking up for summer's Tough Mudder, or sneaking over to the track for speed work while dreaming of a personal best in that half-marathon this fall. But years of research and experience have led to a surprising new consensus ...

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APR 05, 2014 - MedPage Today

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Protein Key to Type 2 Diabetes Found in Mice

(MedPage Today) -- Kisspeptin1, a protein made in the liver and known primarily for its role in regulating hormones related to fertility, contributes to the development of type 2 diabetes in mice, researchers reported.

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