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Children exercise less as they get older
The number of children doing an hour of exercise a day falls by nearly 40 percent between the ages of five and 12.
Less stress might mean lower blood sugar for overweight women
An eight-week mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) program not only reduces stress, but could also lower blood sugar, researchers said.
Less than 100 cases: Iran, a pioneer in eradicating malaria
Iran is one of successful and pioneer nations in eradicating malaria, said health minister.
Less employment and more ‘junk’ jobs
While just eight men are enjoying their huge wealth, equivalent to that of half the world, new forecasts project darker shadows by predicting rising unemployment rates, more precarious jobs and worsening social inequality. To start with, there will be more than 1.4 billion people employed in vulnerable working conditions.
Black students feel less welcome at US schools
Black students who attend high schools where they are disproportionately suspended more so than white students feel their school is less fair and less welcoming, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association.
Eating less can reduce inflammation in non-obese people
Reducing caloric intake may be an effective method of increasing the health of non-obese people because of its long-term effect on the body, according to a recent study.
Families happier with less aggressive end-of-life cancer care
Families may be more satisfied with end-of-life care for loved ones dying of cancer when treatment is focused on comfort rather than aggressive treatment and provided outside of a hospital, a US study suggests.
Thrifty phenotype leads to less weight loss
For obese individuals, energy expenditure during fasting and response to overfeeding predict weight loss in response to caloric restriction, according to a study.
Consciousness has less control than believed
Consciousness — the internal dialogue that seems to govern one's thoughts and actions — is far less powerful than people believe, serving as a passive conduit rather than an active force that exerts control, according to a new theory.

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