#Calcium Intake Is Inversely Related to Risk of #Obesity among American Young Adults over a 30-Year Follow-Up

Calcium (Ca) is an essential nutrient that may play an important role in weight maintenance through its involvement in energy or lipid metabolism. However, little is known about the long-term associations of Ca intake with obesity risk. ObjectivesWe aimed to prospectively examine the association between cumulative Ca intake and the incidence of obesity among American …

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Tracking developmental differences in real-world social #attention across #adolescence, young adulthood and older #adulthood

Detecting and responding appropriately to social information in one’s environment is a vital part of everyday social interactions. Here, we report two preregistered experiments that examine how social attention develops across the lifespan, comparing adolescents (10–19 years old), young (20–40 years old) and older (60–80 years old) adults. In two real-world tasks, participants were immersed …

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