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Spending 20 Minutes A Day In Nature Could Relieve Urban Stress. A New Study Claims.

Spending time in nature for at least 20 minutes a day is the best way to decrease stress levels, according to a recent study published in Frontiers in Psychology. Dr MaryCarol Hunter, an Associate Professor at the University of Michigan and lead author of the study explained: “We know that spending time in nature reduces …

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A Study Found That Some Men With Beards Carry More Germs Than Dogs

Face it – it’s a huge feat growing such an impressive beard. From the thickness to the length, guys just cannot stop obsessing over the perfect beard. Well, you might wanna shave off that precious fuzz after hearing this – that’s right, the average beard contains more germs than a dog carries in it’s fur. …

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New Study Claims Taking a Hot Bath Is the Equivalent Calorie-Wise of a 30-Min Walk

The Effects of Hot Baths on Our Health Who doesn’t want a hot bath? It works great for relaxation after a long, hard day at work. A hot bath will clear your mind and relax your muscles and body, helping you fall asleep like a baby. The hot water and steam will also do wonders …

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Harvard Study Finds That Having No Friends Is Just as Bad For You As Smoking

by Jade Small We all know how bad smoking is, but researchers at Harvard University have found a link between blood clotting protein levels caused by loneliness, and are suggesting that having no friends is probably just as deadly as smoking, making you more susceptible to strokes and/or heart attacks. Being alone and not socializing …

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There’s No ‘Safe’ Level of Alcohol Consumption, Global Study Finds

Drinking alcohol in moderation is more harmful than previously thought, according to a new study that concludes there’s no “safe” level of alcohol consumption. The comprehensive study, which analyzed information from millions of people in nearly 200 countries, found that alcohol is tied to nearly 3 million deaths globally each year, with about 1 in 10 …

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Scientific Study Shows Gratitude Treats Heart Failure

By Amateo Ra| A recent study conducted by the American Psychological Association puts those suffering with asymptomatic heart failure from heart attacks to a spiritual test. What would happen if people with heart problems starting practicing gratitude?  The results were astonishing… The study was conducted with 186 people, all of whom had previously suffered from a heart …

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Study Shows That Women Who Smoke Weed Are Smarter Than Those Who Don’t – Awareness Act

Marijuana has been a controversial topic for quite some time now. To this day, there are still some people who argue that marijuana does not have medicinal benefits. However, in this world ignorance is as much bliss, as marijuana is medicinally beneficial – and that’s a lot. There have been all kinds of studied performed …

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Study Reveals E-Cigarettes Are More Dangerous Than We Realized

Since their introduction to society and quick rise to popularity, e-cigarettes have been seen as a healthier substitution for traditional cigarettes, a tool in one’s efforts to quick smoking. However, experts are now warning that e-cigarettes carry a significant and previously overlooked risk of cancer. Unless you have been living under a rock, you have …

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Red wine and purple grape juice have high antioxidant activity: Study

(Natural News) Drinking grape juice and wine in moderation is known to be good for you because of their antioxidant properties. However, there are many types of grape juice and wine, and all these contain different levels of antioxidants. In order to determine which type of wine and grape juice are best to consume, researchers… …

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Regular sauna bathing reduces your risk of vascular disease and mental health disorders, according to new study – NaturalNews.com

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Sexes differ when it comes to comfort during and after exercise, study finds — ScienceDaily

New research from the University at Buffalo has, for the first time, identified differences between men and women in their preferences for maintaining comfort both while exercising and in recovery. The results could one day inform the development of new athletic apparel. The human body has a variety of automatic mechanisms in place to respond …

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New study shows that cancer cells hijack normal body chemistry — ScienceDaily

New research from the University of Illinois at Chicago shows that cancer cells in the fallopian tube affect normal chemical signaling between reproductive tissues and stimulate the release of norepinephrine, a small molecule hormone, from the ovary. Reported in ACS Central Science, an open-access journal published by the American Chemical Society, the study suggests that …

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Study firms up diet and depression link — ScienceDaily

Does fast food contribute to depression? Can a healthy diet combat mental illness? In an unusual experiment, James Cook University researchers in Australia have found that among Torres Strait Islander people the amount of fish and processed food eaten is related to depression. A JCU research team led by Professors Zoltan Sarnyai and Robyn McDermott …

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