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  • If a hot mug of joe or an icy cup of Starbucks is your preferred way to start the day, you've probably noticed that you feel, well, off when don't get your coffee fix. On those especially hectic mornings, you might even sort of hate the world. But that reaction isn't in your head, says Michael J. Kuhar, PhD, professor of neuropharmacology at Emory University.

  • Feeling like the pounds are starting to pile on? You aren’t alone, about 30% of Australian women aged 40 to 60 are obese, and another 30% are overweight but not yet obese.

  • There is cause for hope and cause for worry regarding both male and female fertility these days. On the one hand, new medical interventions have made possible what was previously impossible – helping women get pregnant long after the decline of their fertility using procedures like IVF and egg donations.

  • Listening to your favorite music can be extremely relaxing and pleasurable. But have you ever wondered why music makes you feel so good? Recent studies have shown that music triggers the production of your brain’s natural opioids—natural chemicals responsible for feelings of pleasure similar to those experienced during intimacy, eating, or taking recreational drugs.

  • Losing weight can be a challenging task especially for those susceptible to stubborn weight gain. Whereas adding weight is relatively easy, losing it is much more daunting.

  • The food we eat gives our bodies the "information" and materials they need to function properly. If we don't get the right information, our metabolic processes suffer and our health declines.

  • VITAL PROTEINS
    Wrinkled and dry skin comes with aging, and nobody likes it. Skin is the largest organ we have. It’s vital to keep it healthy. Collagen is a protein and helps your skin remain non-wrinkled.

  • If you’re already a lover of books, you don’t really need much else to motivate you to read. But if you’re starting to read less because you are getting more distracted online, or your life is getting too hectic, or for any other reason, there are benefits of reading that go beyond pleasure and knowledge that might inspire you to grab that book that’s been sitting on your shelf for a while.

  • Spaghetti squash is an amazing food. It is loaded with fiber and other great nutrients, and makes a great replacement for gluten-based pasta. Adding this plant to your diet can really improve your health and help you to battle the negative impacts of Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS). That is not all, however; this recipe is also loaded with other healthy whole foods, probiotics and prebiotics as well. You won’t want to miss out on this recipe.

  • Almost a quarter of the world’s population has anemia. Iron deficiency is a condition affecting over a billion people and it can have serious consequences.

  • The Future of Stem Cells Research

    A large number of exciting and valuable research possibilities lie ahead for these cells. The future use of stem cells in their application in medicine and rehabilitation is vast. The following are but a few of these possible uses and areas of future research. 

  • In a world where image seems to matter so much, the incessant desire to look good can really take a toll on your mental health. You may find yourself focused on being healthy.

  • Pineapples are a tropical fruit with exceptional juiciness and the perfect rich unique blend of sweet and tart flavors. Exploding in nutrition and powerful healing properties, the health benefits of pineapples are immense.

  • A couple of years ago, following the whole avocado toast thing, there was a trend of eating the pit (technically a seed). People would dry them out, chop or blend them into a powder, and treat them basically as a supplement, full of fiber and antioxidants. Now, research indicates that the avocado pit has some other impressive properties.

  • The organic milk market is likely to maintain healthy growth rate during the assessment period 2018-2028, as steadily growing awareness among consumers in the last decade translates into commercial opportunities for companies.

  • The way we think about weight has changed substantially over the last 20 years. Instead of focusing on just one thing (appearance), fitness professionals today focus on whats underneath the surface, things like cholesterol and body mass index (BMI).

  • In the 1990s, some researchers observed that French people—despite eating lots of saturated fat—tended to have low rates of heart disease. Dubbing this phenomenon the “French paradox,” the researchers speculated that regular wine consumption may be protecting their hearts from disease.

  • Weight management is on the minds of many people in this day and age. In a technologically advanced society, where computers and machines do much of the work for us, weight gain and obesity are on the rise as a sedentary lifestyle increases.

  • Smoothies can be a great way to start the day or refuel after a workout, but without the right balance of ingredients you can end up with a sugar-loaded drink that will spike your blood sugar levels and leave you hungry shortly afterward.

  • In the mid 1970s, psychologist Merrill Elias began tracking the cognitive abilities of more than a thousand people in the state of New York.The goal was fairly specific: to observe the relationship between people's blood pressure and brain performance.

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