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Loneliness Is Deadlier than Obesity, Study Finds

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The biggest health danger is not obesity or smoking…it’s loneliness, a new study finds.

Brigham Young University researchers looked at 218 studies of the health effects of social isolation. They involved more than 4 million people.

The scientists discovered that lonely people have a 50% higher risk of early death. By contrast, obesity raises the chances of dying before age 70 by only 30%.

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Study Reveals Simple, Fast Way to Fight Bone Loss

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A new study finds there’s an incredibly fast way to keep your bones strong and prevent osteoporosis. It takes just one minute a day.

Researchers at two universities in England found that short, intense bursts of activity are more beneficial to bones than long hours of mild exercise.

Scientists studied data on more than 2,500 healthy women. About half were premenopausal.

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Is Coffee Good for Your Health?

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Like so many other things, mainstream medicine was completely wrong about coffee.

Cardiologists traditionally advised heart patients not to drink coffee. They assumed the stimulant effect could lead to an irregular heartbeat. Then a 2014 study found that coffee drinking actually protects against atrial fibrillation.1 2

We were also warned that coffee increases cancer risk. A 1991 World Health Organization report listed coffee as “possibly carcinogenic.” But the WHO recently reversed that stance.

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Heartburn Drugs Can Shorten Your Life

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We’ve warned you for years about the dangers of proton pump inhibitors (like Prilosec, Prevacid, and Nexium) and other popular acid-suppressing medications for treating heartburn.

They expose you to a wide range of serious health problems, such as osteoporosis, heart attacks, kidney and liver problems, and vitamin deficiencies.

Now, a new study shows that the medications may be even more risky than anybody thought.

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