• How Exercise Affects Your Cancer Risk

    A brand new study that was just published at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine has opened up a new debate about how physical activity can benefit people who are suffering from cancer. While many studies have been conducted that show physical activity and a healthy lifestyle can lower your risk of cancer, this is one of the few […]

    How Exercise Affects Your Cancer Risk
  • Turn The Lights Off When Making Tough Decisions

    A brand new study that was just released in the Journal of Consumer Psychology has shown some interesting evidence about how we can influence the decision-making process of an individual. The conclusions of the study go so far as to suggest that dimming the lights could help one make a proper decision when you are mulling something over. The study […]

    Turn The Lights Off When Making Tough Decisions
  • Cut Diabetes Risk With Olive Oil

    A brand new study that was just published in the Annals of Internal Medicine has reinforced what many of us already knew about olive oil – it can have real health benefits if you consume the right type of it. Adding good fats to your daily diet can have a significant amount of positive factors for your overall health and […]

    Cut Diabetes Risk With Olive Oil
  • The Science Behind a Broken Heart

    With a large portion of society entering their later years, we often see the effect of one member of a long-established couple passing away and then the other succumbing a short period later. Oftentimes described as “dying of a broken heart”, a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine has showed that there is […]

    The Science Behind a Broken Heart
  • Why the Fear of Cancer May be Causing More Cancer

    A new study that was just published in Journal of American Medical Association: Otolaryngology has pointed to over-diagnosis of cancer and treatment of unthreatening tumors for the 300% increase in thyroid cancer researchers have seen since 1975. There has been an ever-increasing body of evidence that detailed questions certain scientists had about the need for aggressive cancer treatment. The treatment […]

    Why the Fear of Cancer May be Causing More Cancer
  • New Study Unlocks Genetic Cause of Neonatal Diabetes

    The latest edition of the Cell Metabolism journal contains an article that has helped shed some serious light on the genetic causes of neonatal diabetes. The study was funded by Wellcome Trust, European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme, Diabetes UK and the National Institute for Health Research. Neonatal diabetes is considered to be much more rare than other forms of the […]

    New Study Unlocks Genetic Cause of Neonatal Diabetes
  • The Quandary of Oxytocin

    If you’re familiar with the importance that hormones play in our day to day lives, you are probably quite familiar with Oxytocin – it is well known for being an integral part of feelings of romantic and social bonding. It is also an extremely important thing for new mothers as it plays a key role in bonding with a newborn […]

    The Quandary of Oxytocin
  • Cardio On An Empty Stomach Can Produce Big Results

    As the summer begins to blossom, people become more and more motivated to enact a healthier, more active routine by incorporating more cardio exercise into their daily lives. However, they will often find some conflicting information that might keep them from knowing the best time of day to exercise. A study conducted in Northern England at the University of Northumbria […]

    Cardio On An Empty Stomach Can Produce Big Results
  • Can Yogurt Cut Your Diabetes Risk?

    Yogurt has been enjoying a popular resurgence in grocery stores and health food aisles over the past few years as Greek yogurt in particular has become the de facto choice for many on a protein heavy diet. This has also led to a lot more research being conducted on yogurt and its affects on various aspects of our health. A […]

    Can Yogurt Cut Your Diabetes Risk?
  • Restaurants Continue to Serve Up Too Much Sodium

    While it’s pretty difficult to find a person who hasn’t been clued into the fact that the majority of fast food is bad for you – many people don’t have a clue that the real fat traps and carb bombs are waiting for you at casual sit-down restaurants. Many fast food outlets are full of over-processed foods and a pile […]

    Restaurants Continue to Serve Up Too Much Sodium
 

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Dr. Isaac Jones: “Blasting Past Your Symptoms of Menopause and Perimenopause” Webinar Replay

Dr. Isaac Jones: “Blasting Past Your Symptoms of Menopause and Perimenopause” Webinar Replay

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Active Parents Mean Healthier Children

Active Parents Mean Healthier Children

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Turn The Lights Off When Making Tough Decisions

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A brand new study that was just released in the Journal of Consumer Psychology has shown some interesting evidence about how we can influence the decision-making process of...

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How Social Cues Impact Your Food Choices

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Further Evidence of Link Between Concussions and Alzheimer’s Disease

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Alzheimer’s disease has become an increasingly common affliction as the population continues to age more rapidly as baby boomers move into their later years. However, as...

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Sitting Is Killing Us

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May 30, 2014 at 12:00 pm

A brand new study that was published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings is making some serious waves in mainstream media publications because it serves as a scathing indictment...

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5 ways a 14-year-old crushed an arrogant interviewer

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The young Canadian activist founded an organization called “The Kids Right To Know,” which campaigns for mandatory labeling of foods containing genetically modified organisms...

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Paleo – Vegan – Intermittent Fasting… What Is The Best Diet? [WATCH] Interview with Dr. John Berardi Founder of Precision Nutrition

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July 10, 2013 at 6:54 am

“…The question I’m asked more than any other is which “nutrition camp” I fall into. Am I a paleo guy? What about vegan? Low carb? Intermittent...