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Surprising Dangers Lurking in Your Kitchen

Surprising Dangers Lurking in Your Kitchen

Sharp knives and hot surfaces may not be the most dangerous things in your kitchen. Learn about where harmful bacteria may be lurking.

Healthy Hearts May Lead to Healthy Minds

Healthy Hearts May Lead to Healthy Minds

A recent study showed that people who maintain good cardiovascular health may have a reduced risk of developing dementia. In contrast, those with health problems may have twice the risk of developing dementia.

 What NOT to Add to Your Coffee

What NOT to Add to Your Coffee

Coffee has been shown to have positive effects on your health, including improving memory and mood, and even fighting heart disease. But, what you put into your coffee may be harming you.

Is the Pain Really Just in Your Head?

Is the Pain Really Just in Your Head?

Our brains are very powerful, especially when it comes to pain. Learn about the mind-body connection and how you can use it to help control your pain.

Fat Free Yoghurt May Make You Crave Carbs

Fat Free Yoghurt May Make You Crave Carbs

Whole fat dairy products have gotten some bad press over the last few years, but you may want to rethink your choices after a recent study showed that fat free dairy products may make you crave carbs.

6 Changes That Happen When You Quit Working Out

6 Changes That Happen When You Quit Working Out

When you get your body used to working out, you will experience tremendous benefits. When you stop working out, there are certain things that will happen that you might want to avoid by staying as active as possible.

Only One Large Glass of Wine May Increase Risk of Middle Aged Stroke

Only One Large Glass of Wine May Increase Risk of Middle Aged Stroke

The amount of alcohol consumed by middle-aged men and women may affect the risk of stroke. Learn about a recent study that examined the specific risks.

Stress Eating Does Not Make You Feel Better

Stress Eating Does Not Make You Feel Better

Cravings during times of stress are common. Understanding how your brain works, and that giving into the craving may not make you feel better or help you make healthier choices.

5 Tips From Hippocrates Still Relevant Today

5 Tips From Hippocrates Still Relevant Today

Though he lived thousands of years ago, ancient Greek Hippocrates had some wise notions about health and how to treat patients.

Diet Affects Epigenetic Effects of Aging

Diet Affects Epigenetic Effects of Aging

There have been many recent studies trying to determine the correlation between diet, aging and certain cancers, particularly bowel cancers. As the third most common cancer in the world, determining causal factors as well as addressing prevention is a priority.