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Vegetarian Diet Proven as Effective as Mediterranean Diet

By , April 22nd, 2018

Although the so-called Mediterranean diet has been hailed as the go-to for treating devastating (and costly) medical issues, such as heart disease and Type 2 diabetes, researchers have found a vegetarian diet may be just as effective. A recently published study compared the impact of the Mediterranean vegetarian diets on 107 obese individuals over the […]


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Your Next Vacation Destination: Space Hotel!

By , April 17th, 2018

The Houston-based Orion Span has begun work on Aurora Station, a luxury space hotel that will orbit 200 miles over the Earth. For an $80,000 deposit, you can be the first in your neighborhood to make a reservation for a 12-day stay at the Aurora, which is expected to launch in 2021 and receive guests […]


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Climate Change Warning: Gulf Stream Currents at 1,600 Year Low

By , April 15th, 2018

As if there weren’t enough reasons to be concerned about the environment, the Gulf Stream currents have slowed 15% in nearly 70 years, reaching their lowest level in 1,600 years. The ocean currents known as the Gulf Stream move billions of gallons of water around the globe. The flows start north of the equator, goes […]


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Antibiotic-Resistant ‘Nightmare Bacteria’ Reach 27 U.S. States

By , April 8th, 2018

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned that there are more than 221 antibiotic-resistant superbug infections throughout 27 states. Considering that there are only 12 superbug infections recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), the phenomenon has recently earned the nickname “nightmare bacteria.” A superbug infection could cost you a good $1,233 […]


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Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia May Cost $1 Trillion by 2050

By , March 25th, 2018

Alzheimer’s disease and the broader category of dementia may cost over $1 trillion in 2050 — nearly quadruple what is today. Today, about two-thirds of the cost to treat the disease sis borne by taxpayers — amounting to nearly $185 billion this yr. The number of Americans with Alzheimer’s disease increased by 3.6% in just […]


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Physically Fit Women May Have a Lower Risk of Dementia

By , March 18th, 2018

Exercise may lower risk of dementia, an aliment that has a $259 billion annual cost. This comes from a study by Sweden’s University of Gothenburg of 1,500 women between the ages of 38 and 50 — they were given fitness and cognitive tests and then followed over the course of 44 years. The women who […]


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Spring Forward from Daylight Savings to Sleep Week 2018

By , March 11th, 2018

Today marks the first day of International Sleep Week 2018. From March 11 until March 17 the National Sleep Foundation attempts to spread awareness about the benefits of a good night’s sleep, About Sleep Week Sleep Week generally falls on the week right after spring daylight savings occurs, which some might consider ironic timing — […]


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Can the DASH Diet Cut the Risk of Depression?

By , March 5th, 2018

It’s possible that a diet originally intended to help lower blood pressure without medication might address depression as well. Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, also known as the DASH diet, originally came about as a means of treating high blood pressure without medication. Originally developed by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, DASH also […]


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Drinking Fruity Tea May Damage Teeth — and Make Your Dentist Rich

By , February 26th, 2018

Antioxidants found in tea have been known to help boost your immune system and have a number of other health benefits. For many, a cup of tea can is calming and relaxing — but don’t get too relaxed: certain kinds of tea may damage teeth to the point that you might need expensive dental repairs. […]


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Your Beloved Cup of Coffee is (Pretty Much) Good For You

By , February 4th, 2018

Nutritionists have been perplexed by coffee for some time. For some individuals, it can help them focus, and it can speed up productivity. Others may experience anxiety or jitters after they’ve had a cup of joe. So, is coffee good for you, or not? Because of this Guiseppe Grosso, a nutritional epidemiologist at the University […]


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