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  • Oct 27 2011

    Can You Be Addicted to Sugar?

    As Halloween approaches, teeming with temptations in the form of sugary candy, a number of articles have been published addressing the link between obesity and overdoing it with the treats. In short, these articles say one thing: candy is bad. ...

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  • Oct 25 2011

    Real Men Do Yoga...and Take Care of Themselves

    Like most guys, when I think of yoga, I think of funny poses, Spandex pants, and regurgitating weird noises to strange music. It doesn’t help that the most used image in promoting yoga is a woman standing in a field pretending to be a tree. ...

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  • Oct 20 2011

    How Your Hair Stylist Can Keep You Healthy

    Building upon the bond between clients and stylists to expand health awareness and prevention.

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  • Oct 19 2011

    Too Much Food & Drink Costing U.S. $377 Billion Annually

    With all the political drama over the state of the economy—particularly who is to blame for what and how much they should have to suffer for it—two recent reports highlight the financial impact of some of our unhealthy vices. Monday, the Uni...

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  • Oct 12 2011

    Being Healthy: Share the Love!

    Every week there’s a new study that says something we already know. This week’s edition is a study that says that most people believe that friends and family play an important role when it comes to personal health and nutrition. In essence, ...

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  • Oct 07 2011

    Does Being Spiritual Make You Healthy?

    Can being spiritual protect you from depression? According to a recent follow-up study, published in Journal Watch Psychiatry, researchers found that spiritual engagement may play a major role in lowering or limiting depression recurrence. ...

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  • Oct 06 2011

    Why the Socially Awkward Make for Good Dates

    If you’re blushing right now, you’re probably a really awesome person. A recent study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology offered evidence that people who get red in the cheeks easily are more likely to be trustwort...

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  • Sep 29 2011

    Caffeine in Coffee Linked to Lower Depression in Women

    Making its reappearance in the constant flux of studies on caffeine: the cup of joe. According to a recent study, the caffeine found in coffee has been linked to lower depression in women. As the study authors report, “Caffeine is the world's...

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  • Sep 27 2011

    For Trade: Your Healthcare

    Since the financial “downturn” (a very polite term to use for something that has affected so many people) the barter system has taken a stronger hold on how Americans do business. Pockets of barterers across the country are pooling their col...

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  • Sep 21 2011

    In Pain? Laugh About It

    Have a good laugh. If you’re having a bad day, have a really good long laugh. If you’re in pain, have an even longer one. Laughter releases endorphins, these awesome chemicals in our brains that give us that warm and tingly feeling in our...

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