Mice given free access to running wheels moved less after exercising, which may have implications for diets and weight loss in people.
“In terms of health outcomes, the United States is not united,” said Dr. Howard Koh, who co-authored an editorial that accompanied the new study.
People consuming nuts and seeds have a lower risk of heart disease than those mostly eating meat, according to a study conducted in the United States and Canada.
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The hope was that they would naturally eat the right amount, and that fewer would be overweight, but a study didn’t support that.