Kobe Bryant Says Daughter Capri Is ‘Our Best Baby’: ‘She Sleeps Like Six Hours!’

Parents aren’t supposed to have a favorite kid, but Kobe Bryant has no problem praising the newest addition to his family for being the “best baby.” On June 20th, the NBA icon and his wife, Vanessa, welcomed their fourth daughter, Capri Kobe Bryant. “She has been our best baby,” the proud father gushed of Koko (her nickname) to Extra in […]

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Sports playbook helps doctors predict cancer patient outcomes

In this season of global soccer competitions and hotly contested political primaries, bookies and pundits are scouring every evolving scrap of information and sifting through mountains of data in an effort to predict the outcome of the next game or election. These predictions can change on a dime, however, based on a player’s poor pass or a candidate’s stellar debate […]

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Man takes 20 kilos – and then the skin and eyes turn suddenly yellow

Pain the young man had, but his face and the eyeballs had turned over night. With a yellow-entered the 21-addiction-Year-old to the emergency room of the University hospital in Toronto, Canada. Besides, he was sick and his urine was dark, he said. Apparently, he suffered from acute Hepatitis, an inflammation of the liver. The extremely high liver values in the […]

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Replacing sitting time with physical activity associated with lower risk of death

For those who get the least amount of physical activity, replacing a half hour of sitting time with physical activity was associated with up to a nearly 50% reduction in mortality, according to a new study from the American Cancer Society. The study, appearing in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, suggests that replacing modest amounts of sitting time with […]

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Toughen up snowflake! Sports coaches can be emotionally abusive – here’s how to recognise it

Sports coaches have been in the headlines recently for all the wrong reasons. At the end of 2018, the University of Maryland investigated a football coach for intimidation, humiliation and verbal abuse. This followed a player dying of heat stroke after a training session on a 41℃ day. Earlier that year, UK swimmer Karen Leach revealed the long-term impact of […]

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Researchers suggest balanced reporting of sports head injuries

A group of more than 60 leading international neuroscientists, including Mark Herceg, Ph.D., a neuropsychologist at Northwell Health’s Phelps Hospital in Sleepy Hollow, NY, and a member of The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, published a correspondence today in The Lancet Neurology, asking for balance when reporting on sports-related injury chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). CTE is a type of dementia […]

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Losing weight with intermittent fasting – four success stories of Healthy living readers

Eckart von Hirschhausen has tried a interval of fasting and the method of an impressive ten kilograms removed. About his success, he reported a year ago in the first issue of his magazine “Hirschausens star Healthy life”. Many readers have tried the “hirschhausen diet”. About your experience you tell stern.de and in the new edition that is starting today at […]

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Exercise rejuvenates the heart in order to decades

Regular exercise rejuvenates the cardiovascular A recent study by sports scientists at Ball State University in Indiana results: Regular exercise over many years, rejuvenates the cardiovascular system in old age, and builds the muscles. Why does Sport the heart healthy? When we exert ourselves physically, the heart beats more often and pump more blood in the body. The muscle of […]

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Scientists have learned, what sports prolong life

Any aerobic activities have a better effect on health than all other types of exercises. To such conclusion scientists, who published an article in the European Heart journal. In recent years, scientists have been actively interested in how different kinds of exercise not only affect muscle condition and metabolism, but also on life expectancy and its quality in old age. […]

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