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Processed Meats Such as Hotdogs May Increase the Risk of Manic Personality Episodes, Study Finds

Processed Meats Such as Hotdogs May Increase the Risk of Manic Personality Episodes, Study Finds

July 22, 2018 | 2,281 Views

If you need another reason to put that package of processed meat or hotdogs you just purchased in the trash, the Daily Mail reports that a new study of more than 1,000 people showed that those who consumed processed meat were three and a half times...

Five Ways Exercise Is Even Healthier Than You Thought

Five Ways Exercise Is Even Healthier Than You Thought

July 22, 2018 | 469 Views

If implementing an exercise routine into your daily activities is still on your wait-list, Johns Hopkins doctors have found five good reasons for you to turn the waiting into action. From warding off diabetes to fighting glaucoma — an...

‘An Almond Doesn’t Lactate’: FDA to Crack Down on Use of the Word ‘Milk’

‘An Almond Doesn’t Lactate’: FDA to Crack Down on Use of the Word ‘Milk’

July 22, 2018 | 363 Views

In a move to define exactly what “milk” is, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is planning to issue a new guidance on how the agency defines “milk.” Too many companies are not...

Underestimating the Power of Gratitude — Recipients of Thank-You Letters Are More Touched Than We Think

Underestimating the Power of Gratitude — Recipients of Thank-You Letters Are More Touched Than We Think

July 21, 2018 | 1,571 Views

We’ve all gotten that little nudge at one time or another to be sure to voice our gratitude for something special that’s occurred in our lives. And while we may acknowledge to ourselves how grateful we are, too often we fail to actually...

An Aspirin a Day? Not so Fast

An Aspirin a Day? Not so Fast

July 21, 2018 | 819 Views

Millions of middle-aged and senior citizens are taking low-dose aspirin as a preventive measure for heart conditions. In America, the practice is recommended by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), but Forbes reports that a new study in...

Vermont Woman Reveals Horrific Wild Parsnip Burns in Warning About Dangerous Plant

Vermont Woman Reveals Horrific Wild Parsnip Burns in Warning About Dangerous Plant

July 21, 2018 | 463 Views

A college student who fell into a wild parsnip plant ended up being treated in a burn unit at the University of Vermont, with huge blisters that covered the lower part of her legs. As reported by Fox News , the student was familiar with the plant...

Having Early Dinner May Lower Risk of Breast, Prostate Cancer

Having Early Dinner May Lower Risk of Breast, Prostate Cancer

July 20, 2018 | 4,007 Views

Is it possible to lower your risk of breast or prostate cancer by simply timing when you have dinner? New research published in the International Journal of Cancer says yes, it is — and indications are that it’s best to eat dinner before...

Good News! Get My Fat for Fuel Online Courses at Half-Price, Plus One Free Video, Too

Good News! Get My Fat for Fuel Online Courses at Half-Price, Plus One Free Video, Too

July 20, 2018 | 2,375 Views

The secret’s out. A topic I introduced in my last book, “Fat for Fuel,” has become headline news just about everywhere you look, and it seems like everyone is talking about how replacing refined carbs and processed foods with...

Vascular Dementia Symptoms: Are You at Risk? Six Early Signs of the Disease

Vascular Dementia Symptoms: Are You at Risk? Six Early Signs of the Disease

July 20, 2018 | 622 Views

Dementia in all its forms, including Alzheimer’s disease, may be the most feared illness of aging, barring cancer. A signal of declining brain function, dementia is most identified as a memory problem. There are four forms of dementia,...

As We Get Parched, Cognition Can Sputter, Dehydration Study Says

As We Get Parched, Cognition Can Sputter, Dehydration Study Says

July 20, 2018 | 282 Views

Most of us are very much aware of the dangers of being dehydrated, but researchers have found that these dangers may be far worse than we may know, especially with tasks that require attention, according to Georgia Tech Horizons . And, the less...

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