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Yogurt for digestion, high blood pressure (and more!)

health-benefits-of-yogurtFind yourself in the dairy aisle considering a good yogurt? The choices can be a little overwhelming – with extra-creamy and fancy fruit and coffee flavors – but one thing is for certain: Yogurt does a body good!

Yogurt is known as a superstar for digestive health, proteins, and new research highlights yogurt for preventing high blood … Read More

Do this one thing to avoid getting sick

GERM, PREVENTIONHave you ever avoided a handshake because the person you just met appears to be lacking in personal hygiene or sneezing up a storm?

On top of being awkward, avoiding a handshake, no matter what the reason, can be perceived as pretty darn rude!

But there might be a way around this. A new study by researchers from Aberystwyth … Read More

New research says do this to get a good night’s sleep

insomnia, sleep, stressDid you know that how you cope with life stress and the general hubbub of modern society may increase your risk for insomnia?

I’ve found myself snacking at night more often than usual, and not on the right foods. Even when you know better, you can slip up and compromise your sleep in the process.

New research by … Read More

How These Daily Habits May Be Killing You

Man watching televisionDr. Victor Marchione shares his views on habits and long-term gains

What if I told you that watching TV for two hours takes 30 minutes off your life? We’d all be digging an early grave.

A British study looked at how common daily habits can have an impact on your health and longevity, like alcohol consumption, exercise and … Read More

Why Women Prefer Beards

shutterstock_116672245Stop right there with that razor and cream.

Whether you’re discussing a matter of personal preference with your partner, or trying to decide if you should change up your look, take note: Beards are sexy. And science has confirmed it.

Facial hair for men is a trend that has come and gone through the years, from full-on beards … Read More

Knock on Wood – Could Your Superstitions Have Real-Life Effects?

81267117 Superstitions once ruled the world – a world where black cats were witches’ familiars, where rabbit’s feet were signs of good luck, and where bad luck always came in threes. But the way we perceive the world has changed, as science has made more discoveries and things that were once believed to be “bad luck” are now just … Read More

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