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  • Will Yoga Benefit Your Sex Life? Read more >

    Will Yoga Benefit Your Sex Life?

    The Internet abounds with wellness blogs that recommend yoga for a better sex life, as well as personal accounts of the practice improving sexual experience — often to an enviable degree. Does the research back up these claims, however? We investigate.

  • The Real Results Of Vaping Exposed Read more >

    The Real Results Of Vaping Exposed

    E-cigarettes have gained popularity as a “safer,” and increasingly more fashionable, alternative to traditional cigarettes. Yet recent research questions their actual safety, claiming that the e-liquid and vapors contain cancer-causing substances that can linger.

  • Eat This Before A Workout Read more >

    Eat This Before A Workout

    The best foods to eat before exercising depend on the type of workout and a person’s goals. Foods rich in protein, for example, can help a person to build muscle with resistance training.

  • Do You Consume Too Much Protein? Read more >

    Do You Consume Too Much Protein?

    Proteins are the most versatile molecules for the human body and are key to almost all biological processes. The average recommended dietary allowance for protein is calculated using the ratio of 1 gram of protein for every 1 kilogram of a person’s body weight. The recommended dietary allowance or RDA for protein depends on factors, […]

  • Can a Change in Diet Cure Your Migraines? Read more >

    Can a Change in Diet Cure Your Migraines?

    Low carbohydrate diets have been steadily growing in popularity. Currently, the most highly-regarded is the ketogenic diet, which appears to offer a variety of health benefits. Now a new study indicates another benefit: a reduction in migraine headaches. Migraine sufferers know the crushing headaches significantly lower quality of life. They affect millions of people around […]

  • Researchers Identify Physical Origin of Depression in the Brain Read more >

    Researchers Identify Physical Origin of Depression in the Brain

    Scientists have now identified the physical locus of depression, greatly expanding scientific understanding of a disorder that affects millions of people of all ages. Researchers did MRI scans of the brains of 900 subjects. The results show feelings of low self-esteem and loss are link to the functioning of the orbitofrontal cortex, the region of […]

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