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Heat Stroke

Heat StrokeTitle: Heat Stroke
Category: Diseases and Conditions
Created: 8/4/1999 4:30:00 AM
Last Editorial Review: 5/23/2014 12:00:00 www.medicinenet.com/guide.asp?s=rss&a=10110&k=Exercise_and_Fitness_General

Ask Well: For Fitness, 2,000 Calories a Week?

Ask Well: For Fitness, 2,000 Calories a Week?A reader asks: I have read and heard that a person should aim to expend 2,000 calories weekly in exercise for optimum health. Is there any basis for this notion?

Women With Diabetes Face Greater Heart Risks Than Men

Women With Diabetes Face Greater Heart Risks Than MenType 2 diabetes substantially increases the risk for heart disease, but a large review of studies has found that women with diabetes are at much higher risk than men.

Is Work Your Happy Place?

Is Work Your Happy Place?New research shows that men and women feel mores stressed out at home than when they are at work.

Where You Live Matters for Lifesaving Liver Transplants

Where You Live Matters for Lifesaving Liver TransplantsA recent analysis found the farther patients lived from a Veterans Administration liver transplant center, the more likely they were to die waiting for a transplant.

4 Days, 11 Pounds

4 Days, 11 PoundsA new study suggests that minimal calories and maximal exercise can significantly reduce body fat in just four days — and the loss lasts for months. But can that kind of weight loss be maintained?

Drowning Risk Varies by Age and Race

Drowning Risk Varies by Age and RaceAlmost 21,000 people under 30 died from drowning in the 12 years from 1999 to 2010, and there were substantial variations in death rate depending on age, race and ethnicity.

Brain Changes in College Football Players Raise New Concerns

Brain Changes in College Football Players Raise New ConcernsThe brains of college football players are different from the brains of other students, a new study reports, adding to concerns that sports-related hits to the head could have lingering effects even in healthy athletes who’ve never had a concussion.

Remembering, as an Extreme Sport

Remembering, as an Extreme SportWhen the world’s best “memory athletes” meet in competition, they quickly build mental “palaces” of images, and just as quickly tear them down.

When Doctors Treat Patients Like Themselves

When Doctors Treat Patients Like ThemselvesWhile patients may prefer doctors like them — in terms of race, gender or weight — it is unclear whether such pairings improve health outcomes.

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