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Study: Racism may speed cell aging and premature death in black men

A study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine this week found that aging was accelerated at the cellular level in African-American men who reported experiencing racial discrimination and who internalized anti-black attitudes. Although it is well-known that African-Americans have a shorter life span than whites, researchers from the…

Study shows biking to work will keep you healthy

Bike commuting is one of the most effective ways to promote general healthy, according to new research published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. That’s not a surprise of course, as anyone who spends a lot of time bicycling knows. And of course bicycling has…  …