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    Lifestyle - Staying Active

    You might think taking it easy and avoiding activity is the best thing for managing CHF, but in fact the opposite is true. Staying active is one of the best things you can do to manage your condition.

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    Exercise Intensity Reduces Heart Disease Risk

    It's fairly common knowledge that exercise reduces your risk of chronic heart disease, but less is known about how intense the exercise needs to be. One report may have the answers.

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Bigarexia: The Opposite Of Anorexia

Written by Professor Gordon S. Lynch

Anorexia is a condition where people have a severe fear of becoming fat. There's now rising awareness of the opposite condition; people who see themselves as too small.

The condition known as muscle dysmorphia, or ‘bigarexia', can affect people who most of us would see as massive. Even when these people have a considerable degree of muscle mass, they perceive themselves as small and inadequate.


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