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Stressed-Out Men May Prefer Heavier Women

THURSDAY, Aug. 9 (HealthDay News) -- New research suggests that stress makes men more likely to be attracted to slightly heavier women, possibly because evolution has programmed them that way.

The study is small -- it tracked just 81 male college students -- and far from definitive. Still, it "suggests that stress alters what you find attractive in a potential partner," said study co-author Martin Tovee, of Newcastle University's School of Psychology in the United Kingdom.

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Study: Yoga as Good as Physical Therapy for Back Pain

By Pauline Anderson
WebMD Health News

Oct. 4, 2016 -- Yoga is as good as physical therapy in reducing chronic low back pain, the most common pain problem in the United States, new research shows.

Its effectiveness was most obvious among those who stayed with the yoga, says Robert B. Saper, MD, director of integrative medicine at Boston Medical Center. He presented his study at the American Academy of Pain Management 2016 Annual Meeting.

Previous research has shown that yoga improves pain and function and reduces medication use. Research also shows that physical therapy (PT) is effective in treating people with back pain.

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