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There is a lot of dietary advice that is universally applicable. However, there is growing evidence. Due to variations in biology, way of life, and gut microbiomes, people react to food differently.
The Nutrition for Precision Health project. Funded by the National Institutes of Health, aims to understand more about these unique reactions. Researchers have started recruiting volunteers at 14 sites around the country.
It is a component of the All of Us research program. Which intends to collect information from one million individuals. To investigate how variations in biology, way of life, and environment might impact humans.
Whatever might be the reason for high levels of stress. But being sleep deprived is one factor that has a huge impact on it. When we don’t get the required sleep, we become more vulnerable to stress. If not well-rested,
Life expectancy, In America, we take understandable pride in being Number One. We are, after all, the richest people on Earth. We have the largest military. We're still the only country to have put a man on the moon. Why, then, are we only the 54th (yes, you read that right) longest-living people on the planet?
Most smokers are aware of the risks of smoking, which is why many people attempt to quit. However, as pointed out by the scientific journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence, smoking cessation comes with multiple problems that may deter quit attempts.
A recent statistic in the World Bank Group. States that the Japanese have the longest lifespan in the world. Japanese men live to be 78 years old on average while the average lifespan of a Japanese woman is 85. How do the Japanese do it?
The Gerontology Research Group, a U.S. network that tracks super-agers, reports that 36 are currently still living.
At first, scientists chalked health and longevity. Of these super-agers up to just having good genes.