All posts tagged with Women's Fitness
08/29/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

A study done at the Fertility Clinic at Massachusetts General Hospital concluded that organophosphate flame retardants (PFRs), which are utilized in

http://www.prevention.news/2017-08-29-flame-retardant-chemicals-found-to-interfere-with-womens-fertility.html

08/14/2017 / By Russel Davis

A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition revealed that consuming an even amount of protein three times daily may

http://www.prevention.news/2017-08-14-maintaining-muscle-mass-as-you-age-requires-consuming-protein-at-least-three-times-throughout-the-day.html

08/12/2017 / By Russel Davis

A recent analysis carried out by researchers at the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) and the World Cancer Research Fund

http://www.prevention.news/2017-08-12-breastfeeding-found-to-reduce-breast-cancer-risk.html

08/02/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

The same team that said that up to 76 percent of the world’s population may be overfat are now claiming

http://www.prevention.news/2017-08-02-shocking-study-finds-that-90-percent-of-american-men-are-too-fat.html

07/21/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

It is common knowledge that lifting weights increases strength — but it has never really been determined just how much

http://www.prevention.news/2017-07-21-exercise-works-by-stimulating-nerves-not-just-muscles-study-finds.html

07/19/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Breastfeeding is believed to have a plethora of benefits for both mother and child, and American researchers have uncovered another

http://www.prevention.news/2017-07-19-breastfeeding-found-to-protect-mothers-from-multiple-scleroris.html

07/18/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Expecting mothers who wish to have healthy children should avoid soda while pregnant. According to a new study in Pediatrics,

http://www.prevention.news/2017-07-18-drinking-soda-during-pregnancy-causes-obesity-in-offspring.html

06/23/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

New guidelines for pregnant women set by the Indian government recently caused a furor in the international medical and health community,

http://www.prevention.news/2017-06-23-indian-government-stupidly-tells-all-pregnant-women-to-stop-eating-eggs-even-though-theyre-loaded-with-nutrition-for-developing-babies.html

05/28/2017 / By Earl Garcia

A recent survey revealed that scanxiety, a phenomenon where expectant mothers undergo multiple ultrasounds, now affects nearly one in three pregnant

http://www.prevention.news/2017-05-28-excessive-private-ultrasound-procedures-putting-babies-health-at-risk.html

05/21/2017 / By Earl Garcia

High physical activity levels may help stave off the effects of aging, a recent study published in Preventative Medicine revealed.

http://www.prevention.news/2017-05-21-jogging-for-just-30-minutes-a-day-can-knock-years-off-your-biological-clock.html

05/13/2017 / By Bridgette Wilcox

The health benefits of running have long been explored — and enjoyed — by scientists and fitness buffs alike. But what

http://www.prevention.news/2017-05-13-reconnect-with-the-earth-by-kicking-your-shoes-and-trying-barefoot-running.html

05/02/2017 / By Bridgette Wilcox

When it comes to exercise, you may want to keep your friends close. A new study published in Nature Communications revealed

http://www.prevention.news/2017-05-02-new-study-reveals-that-exercise-is-socially-contagious.html

05/02/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Children born to mothers who frequently used their phones were more likely to be hyperactive, according to a recent study.

http://www.prevention.news/2017-05-02-hyperactivity-in-children-linked-to-pregnant-mothers-who-talked-on-a-mobile-phone-more-than-four-times-a-day.html

04/29/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center recommend using five various tests to accurately determine a person’s likelihood of

http://www.prevention.news/2017-04-29-predict-heart-health-with-these-5-life-saving-tests.html