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Weekend Link Love – Edition 465

Research of the Week Martial arts training reduces aggression in kids and teens. Men and women respond differently—on average—to competitive challenges. Eating more than the RDA in protein is good for bone health. Eating at regular times of the day improves circadian skin resistance to UV damage. Arthritis isn’t an inevitable component of aging. Diabetes is bad for heart health, even if you manage your blood sugar.
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