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Heavy snoring shouldn’t be ignored. It can sometimes signal a more serious problem. Excessive nighttime snorts and grunts can be a sign of sleep apnea, especially when the snoring is paired with frequent interrupted breathing that may sound like gasping or choking....

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According to a study in the Journal of Applied Physiology, co-ingestion of large amounts of caffeine with carbohydrates after an exhausting workout rapidly replenishes glycogen, the muscle's primary fuel source. The study, conducted by researchers in Australia, looked at subjects who completed a cycling workout followed by a low-carb...

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