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  • Alcohol Benefits & Risks -- Natural Health Blog
    11/1/2014
    A new study just came out suggesting that people over 60 who consume alcohol in light or moderate amounts have better memories than those who don't drink.
  • Infant Sleeping Deaths Due to Sofas | Children's Health Blog
    10/30/2014
    Strangulation or suffocation was almost twice as common in the babies who died while sleeping on a sofa as compared to those who died sleeping in a crib.
  • Sports Drinks Leading to Tooth Decay
    10/28/2014
    Tooth decay and gum disease are surprisingly common among top athletes and, at times, can be so detrimental that they can't play to their potential.
  • 10/25/2014
    There's a lot more potential for aromatherapy than most of us realize, and that potential has barely been tapped according to a recent article in The New York Times.
  • Coffee for Your Liver
    10/23/2014
    Individuals who consume at least three cups of coffee daily tend to have lower levels of abnormal liver enzymes that signify damage within the organ.
  • 10/21/2014
    The sandwiches many of us eat for lunch are responsible for a good portion of the excessively high sodium levels in our diets, not to mention, a major source of calories.
  • 10/18/2014
    People in the bustling metropolis of New York go to bed later than anywhere else in the nation.
  • Bitter Taste is Genetic -- Natural Health Blog
    10/16/2014
    A new study has found that a dislike of bitter tasting food and alcohol may be due to a gene variation that heightens sensitivity to anything naturally bitter.
  • How To Prevent Gestational Diabetes -- Prenatal Health Blog
    10/14/2014
    The risk of gestational diabetes can be cut nearly in half for women if they adopt some healthier habits before and during pregnancy.
  • Doctors Take Bribes from Big Pharma
    10/11/2014
    In the five-month period from August through December of last year alone, pharmaceutical companies paid at least $3.5 billion to physicians and teaching hospitals in the United States.
  • Career-Related Stress Causes Asthma | Natural Health Blog
    10/9/2014
    Individuals who are afraid they will soon be unemployed have a 60 percent greater chance of being diagnosed with new-onset asthma than those who feel more secure at work.
  • Drinking After Working Out | Health Blog
    10/7/2014
    According to new research, people have an increased intake of alcohol on the days they are more physically active.
  • Bad Hospital Food | Natural Health Blog
    10/4/2014
    In a recent MedPage Today blog, Dr. Rajasree Pai bemoans the miserable food served in hospital cafeterias, and the even more miserable eating habits of his colleagues.
  • Americans Are Not Losing Weight | Weight Loss Blog
    10/2/2014
    According to new research, our society is still adding excess pounds, and our waistlines have grown even larger in the past few years.
  • 9/30/2014
    New research has found that commuting to work under your own physical locomotion (not driving) has been linked to a boost in psychological wellbeing.
  • 9/25/2014
    Head injuries sustained while playing certain sports--not just football--have strongly been linked with an increased risk of developing dementia.
  • 9/23/2014
    Women who regularly eat fish twice a week have a markedly lower incidence of hearing loss than their counterparts who do no eat fish.
  • Health Benefits of Lucid Dreaming
    9/20/2014
    Staying fully conscious while dreaming, otherwise known as "lucid dreaming," is actually a more common experience than popular wisdom would have us believe.
  • Weight Loss Health Blog
    9/18/2014
    According to new research, watching action-oriented films and programs is linked with a greater consumption of snack foods.
  • 9/16/2014
    Consuming a little fruit every single day has been linked in new research with helping to protect the heart.
  • How to Reduce Jet Lag | Health Blog
    9/13/2014
    According to research, the worst impacts of jet lag may be avoided or at least ameliorated by a series of smart strategies and new products.
  • 9/11/2014
    According to new research, probiotics are showing promise in protecting against peanut allergies.
  • Age Children Start Bullying -- Health Blog
    9/9/2014
    Bullying often begins among very young children, and both being a bully and being victimized by a bully at this age is associated with obesity in boys.
  • Aging Affects on Sleep -- Anti-Aging Health Blog
    9/6/2014
    New research tells us that reduced sleep among the elderly is not the function of better-quality snoozing, but rather, the result of losing brain cells.[
  • 9/4/2014
    No matter what their sexual orientation, men appear to achieve orgasm more frequently than women.

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