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Are You Doomed If You Eat Fast Food?

New research from Johns Hopkins University on the effects of high fat diets on the brain is shedding more disturbing light on the fast...

What You Don’t Know About Sleep [Infographic Article]

What You Don’t Know About Sleep
Society has long remained under the impression that sleep is a state of mental "shut-down," and even a total pause in brain activity. This...

The Skinny on the HCG Diet: Are You Just Eating Less?

HCG has been touted as a way to lose weight quickly for decades, but little proof has been provided that it actually works. If...

Report: Multitasking Actually Disrupts Brain Function

In today’s world, almost everyone seems to drift between texting, watching programs on television and doing other activities. We just can’t seem to get...

Massaging Your Way to a Healthier Life

Spas are everywhere, masseuses are everywhere – expensive, inexpensive and everywhere in between. Now there’s another benefit to having a “spa day” aside from...

Is Your Body Inflamed? – 4 Causes of Inflammation

Is Your Body Inflamed? – 4 Causes of Inflammation
Inflammation in your body can be a good thing and it can be a bad thing, it just depends on why it’s there. When...

Sex After a Heart Attack – A Scary Idea?

If you’ve already had a heart attack, the idea of resuming your sex life can be a little intimidating and even make your already-jittery...

More Bad News for Soda Lovers

More and more research is coming out about the negative health effects of drinking soda, regardless of whether it is diet or regular soda....

Is That Cola Really Worth Cancer?

Coke, Pepsi and other caramel-colored sodas are mainstays of many American diets. However, the chemical that turns that refreshing sweet soda its signature brown...

Heart Attacks Not as Obvious as You Might Think (Especially for...

Heart Attacks Not as Obvious as You Might Think (Especially for Women)
In a February 2012 report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), it was found that heart attacks with atypical symptoms...
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