Monthly Archives: May 2015

Low-Protein High-Carb Diet May Be Good After All

Many people have been swearing by low carb diets, such as the Paleo and Atkins diets, for weight loss and overall improved health. However, recent research shows that these perceptions might not be accurate. Diets that reduce numbers of calories … Continue reading

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Study Finds Sleep Quality is as Important as Duration

Sleep is becoming the newest focus of research for a healthy mind and a healthy life. Dietitians are finding that not getting enough sleep causes people to overeat, cognitive scientists are finding that lack of sleep causes depression and alters … Continue reading

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Keith Mann An Animal Rights Activist

This was a very interesting article about a man named Keith Mann . Keith Mann is animal-rights activist. The video talks about how Keith Mann got his beginning as an animal-rights activist. This was an interview done in a question and answer … Continue reading

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Three Squares a Day Help Keep Belly Fat Away

Are you a three meal a day kind of person, or someone who prefers to eat only once a day thinking you can cut unwanted calories? It can come in Handy to keep track of your diet on social media … Continue reading

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A Former Director Of Budget And Finance At West Chester University Claims Her Free Speech Rights Were Violated

The Whistleblower Accuses West Chester University Of Pennsylvania Of Misappropriating And Mismanaging Millions Of Taxpayer’s Dollars Colleen Bradley worked for West Chester University for four years. Her job title was director of budget and financial planning. Bradley claims she found … Continue reading

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Your Grip Can Be An Indicator Of Your Health

It’s been said that a firm handshake or grip is an indicator of one’s personality, but a recent study contends that the strength of an individuals grips may well predict their potential risk for cardiovascular disease and other chronic diseases. … Continue reading

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A Doctor In B.C. Says Perfect Vision Is Possible With Bionic Lens

An optometrist from British Columbia has invented a lens that could make your vision 3 times better. The bionic lens will put an end to driving, contact and progressive lenses. It will transform the eye contact industry by enhancing vision … Continue reading

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Jamming The Radio Waves, Bat-style

Most of us know that bats use echolocation-bouncing sound waves off objects-to locate their prey. By sending out “clicks” and listening to the returning echo of those sound waves, bats can locate objects in space, with remarkable accuracy. Well, when … Continue reading

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Get Up And Walk Around

If you work in an office all day long, and are used to staying still, there is a new study out there that may be helpful to you. The study shows that when you get up for just a few … Continue reading

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Not Getting Your Z’s May Be Doing More Harm Than Just Making You Feel like Crap

The June issue of the journal ‘Sleep’ published the results of a sleep study in which it found that our capacity to think accurately, absorb new information and adapt our behavior is diminished when lack of sleep is in the … Continue reading

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