The best time to exercise? When you can do it consistently

There are benefits attached to early workouts, as well as reasons to consider other times of the day. There are categories of early birds and night owls, just as there are individuals who prefer morning workouts to evening exercise, and vice versa. Which is best? TIME in February cited The Physiological Society’s 2019-published study determining morning is best: ”… exercising at 7 a.m. may shift your body clock earlier, meaning you’ll feel more alert in the morning and get tired earlier in the evening, potentially priming you to get enough…

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US opioid crisis: Oklahoma takes Johnson & Johnson to court

Oklahoma court case could have major implications for United States’ opioid crisis. The first crucial test of whether US states can hold drug makers responsible for the opioid crisis starts in Oklahoma on Tuesday. Lawyers will argue that company Johnson & Johnson is to blame for the widespread addiction that has devastated the state. The case will likely affect around 2,000 other pending cases across the country. Andy Gallacher reports from Oklahoma City.

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What to know about adult ADHD

Of the 8 million adults with ADHD, reports the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, fewer than 20 percent have been diagnosed or treated, and only about one-quarter of those adults seek help. The National Survey of Children’s Health estimated in 2016 that at least 6.1 million children experience Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Diagnoses among children continue to rise every year, says ADDtitude Magazine, but adults battle the disorder as well. Yet, of the 8 million adults with ADHD, reports the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, fewer than 20 percent have…

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