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Egg donors remain fertile after procedure: study

Apr 12 2012

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Donating eggs does not appear to hurt a woman's chances of becoming pregnant in the years after the procedure, a small study from Belgium found.

Moderate exercise, quicker conception linked

Apr 05 2012

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Among women trying to get pregnant, moderate exercise is tied to more success, according to a new study. However, with exception of overweight and obese women, women who exercise vigorously take a longer time to conceive.

Soccer warm-up may help teen basketball players

Mar 30 2012

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - An injury-prevention program designed for soccer players might also help reduce injuries in basketball, a study of teen players suggests.

Exercising less than daily still works for diabetics: study

Mar 22 2012

New York (Reuters Health) - Regular workouts can help people with diabetes rein in their blood sugar levels, and they don't need to hit the gym every day to see an effect, according to a new study.

Diabetics should lift weights before cardio: study

Mar 11 2012

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People with diabetes may have better blood sugar control during workouts if they lift weights before doing cardio exercise, according to a new study by Canadian researchers.

Diabetics should lift weights before cardio: study

Mar 09 2012

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People with diabetes may have better blood sugar control during workouts if they lift weights before doing cardio exercise, according to a new study by Canadian researchers.

Air travel may help explain clots in marathoners

Mar 01 2012

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Marathon runners who travel by air to the race may end up with higher blood levels of molecules that have been linked to clots, a new study shows.

"Yo-yo dieting" not tied to early death: study

Feb 02 2012

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Despite earlier concerns, dieters who repeatedly lose weight and then gain it back aren't at higher risk of early death than people who don't "yo-yo diet," according to a new report.

Pollution tied to disease risk in L.A. black women

Jan 13 2012

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - In a study of more than 4,000 black women in Los Angeles, those who lived in areas with higher levels of traffic-related air pollution were at increased risk of developing diabetes and high blood pressure.

Pool chlorine tied to lung damage in elite swimmers

Jan 11 2012

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Competitive swimmers who train at indoor chlorinated swimming pools may have lung changes similar to those seen in people with mild asthma, a new study has found.

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