Wednesday, September 29, 2010
One-fourth of men with lowest adrenaline to mental stress gained 18 lbs more over 18 years
The one-fourth of men who had the lowest release of adrenaline in response to mental stress gained an average of approximately 18 pounds more over an eighteen-year period of time from the time they were 19-years-old until they were 37-years-old according to an interesting study from researchers at Ullevaal University Hospital in Oslo, Norway. Read the entire article | Email this article
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