• Women are Better Protected Against the Flu Virus than Men

    An interesting new study that was conducted at Stanford University School of Medicine took a glimpse at the different reactions of men and women to vaccinations against the flu virus. Generally, women were able to demonstrate a stronger antibody response to the flu shot than men did. On the average, women were better protected against the flu virus. Interestingly enough, […]

    Women are Better Protected Against the Flu Virus than Men
  • How Social Cues Impact Your Food Choices

    A meta-analysis recently published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has shed some light on what many researchers, doctors and medical experts have speculated on for quite some time – that social cues have a heavy role in dictating our individual food choices. Social cues are a massive part of everyday life and are, effectively, the […]

    How Social Cues Impact Your Food Choices
  • Why Instagram Is Ruining Your Brain

    There was a fascinating study making headlines during the past week that certainly offered up a different perspective to the explosion of “camera culture” that has taken off over the last couple of years. With digital photography (and a high-quality camera on every cell phone) becoming much more accessible and main stream, more people are taking more photos. And that […]

    Why Instagram Is Ruining Your Brain
  • Getting a Visual Edge on Schizophrenia

    A very interesting set of new research that was conducted at the University of British Columbia has demonstrated the role of visual processing in schizophrenia and many observers in the mental health space are confident that this finding could open the door to earlier diagnosis of the illness. Commonly associated with disordered thoughts and delusions along with auditory and visual […]

    Getting a Visual Edge on Schizophrenia
  • Parents Should be Aware of Infectious Pathogens in Children’s Toys, Cribs

    The health and well-being of a newborn baby is always a top priority for young parents and the winter months – particularly their babies first winter – can be full of anxiety as attempts are made to keep the newborn from getting sick or contracting infections. Bacteria that cause the common cold, strep throat and a host of more serious […]

    Parents Should be Aware of Infectious Pathogens in Children’s Toys, Cribs
  • Further Evidence of Link Between Concussions and Alzheimer’s Disease

    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 this problem continues to exacerbate, scientists have been accumulating an ever-growing amount of research that continues to offer up new clues to the secrets surrounding Alzheimer’s. Based on a survey conducted in 2010, it […]

    Further Evidence of Link Between Concussions and Alzheimer’s Disease
  • New Breakthrough in Immune Disorders

    A new medical breakthrough conducted by scientists in the United States and Canada has opened up a new front in the battle against immune disorders by discovering a molecule found in white blood cells dubbed THRIL. The biologists involved with the study have essentially discovered genetic material that may help to shed some light on how parts of our immune […]

    New Breakthrough in Immune Disorders
  • Kidney Grown From Stem Cells

    A new stem cell breakthrough has just been announced in Australia and it could have dramatic repercussions for people who are on waiting lists for kidney transplants in the near future. A brand new study, which has been declared an out-and-out breakthrough by many in the medical research community, has shown that scientists have been able to produce a functioning […]

    Kidney Grown From Stem Cells
  • Watching Other People Exercise Can Boost Your Health

    We all know that engaging in physical activity and getting plenty of exercise is one of the best ways to live a healthy, fulfilled life. Thanks to a brand new study that was just published in Australia, it appears as though there are plenty of benefits associated with exercise – even if you’re just watching it. That’s right, just viewing […]

    Watching Other People Exercise Can Boost Your Health
  • Eating Slower is Better but Won’t Solve All Your Problems

    A brand new study that was just published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has pointed to eating speed as a crucial factor in hunger suppression. This comes as a stark contrast to many other observers who had speculated that there was a chance that eating slower would actually reduce your caloric intake. The study, which […]

    Eating Slower is Better but Won’t Solve All Your Problems
 

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Nearly Dead Gold Medal Olympian Saved by NEW “Seed Oil” Technology – FREE 20 Page Report

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How Social Cues Impact Your Food Choices

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Airports Lead to Heart Disease?

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Everybody knows that air travel can be stressful. With the slew of security checks, long line-ups and cancellations (not to mention the tremendously overpriced food and lack...

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