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JAMA Internal Medicine

General internal medical and internal medicine subspecialities journal.

JAMA Internal Medicine is an international peer-reviewed journal providing innovative and clinically relevant research for practitioners in general internal medicine and internal medicine subspecialties. We strive to publish articles that are stimulating to read, educate and inform readers with the most up-to-date research, and lead to positive change in our health care systems and the way we deliver patient care. JAMA Internal Medicine is a member of the JAMA Network family of journals, which includes JAMA, 11 JAMA Network specialty journals, and JAMA Network Open.

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JAMA Internal Medicine Blog Posts

20 year long sauna study shows big impact on life expectancy
29-Apr-2015

JAMA Internal Medicine News

Study finds link between vigorous exercise and mortality

Psychology Today - 27-Nov-2020

Vigorous exercise reduces the risk of dying more than mild to moderate exercise

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A big NO to nootropics - contain drugs that aren't approved by the FDA

VICE - 27-Nov-2019

Unacceptable move by the pharmaceutical industry - be cautious about their side effects

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Exercising even a little can have a good impact on your health

Harvard Health Publishing - 10-Sep-2019

Every little counts!

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Soft drinks are associated with a greater risk of death

Independent - 04-Sep-2019

Artificial-sweetener drinks increase risk too, though for different reasons (but not carcinogenic)

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Dietary habits during middle age may lower disease risk in later life

MinnPost - 14-Aug-2019

The more you replace meat with plant-based food the more you live

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Fresh fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of getting diabetes

Independent - 22-Jul-2019

But not all plant-based foods have the same advantage

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Diabetes risk could be reduced by a quarter by eating fruits and vegetables

Independent - 22-Jul-2019

People who use mainly plant based diets were 23% less prone to develop diabetes

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Ultra-processed food can shorten life span

Harvard Health Publishing - 01-May-2019

Higher risk of early death from all causes, especially cancers and cardiovascular disease

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Coffee reduces risk of premature death

NHS - 03-Jul-2018

1 cup of coffee per day can reduce the risk of death by 6%

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No Benefits of Higher Protein Intake in Older Individuals

Fight Aging! - 04-Apr-2018

Possible cause of sarcopenia impaired processing of the essential amino acid leucine. Study sugg...

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Pros and cons of intermittent fasting

Harvard Health Publishing - 20-Oct-2017

Intermittent fasting alternates periods of extreme calorie reduction with normal eating. All die...

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Women who regularly attend religious services live longer

NHS - 17-May-2016

74,000 US nurses studied between 1996 to 2012. Those who attended religious services more than o...

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5 ways coffee makes you live longer

TimeOut - 15-Apr-2016

Daily coffee consumption could prevent non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Helps diminish...

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Heart failure remote monitoring has disappointing results

iMedicalApps - 12-Feb-2016

Randomized study of 1500 patients with decompensated heart failure. One group received connected...

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Do Vegetarians Live Longer? Here’s What Science Says

Mic - 10-Feb-2016

5 year mortality rates 12% lower for vegetarians and 15% for vegans. Pescatarians (who include f...

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Weekend-only workouts ‘still give an important health boost’

NHS - 10-Jan-2016

Any activity reduces risk of death from any cause or cardiovascular disease. Weekend only activi...

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