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August 10, 2018

File Under: How many times do we have to say it…


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July 18, 2018

The Scent of Coffee Appears to Boost Math Performance

Whatever it takes…

July 17, 2018

Can Fasting Improve Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms?


July 15, 2018

A new study reveals intermittent fasting successfully reduces multiple sclerosis like symptoms.


July 11, 2018

Early Introduction to Solid Foods Means More Sleep For Baby

Not a straight forward answer for everyone, but something to think on….

July 9, 2018

Pucker Up Baby! Lips Take Center Stage in Infants’ Brains

Summary: At 60 days old, the infant brain shows greater neurological activity associated with the lips than any other part of the body, a new study reveals.

Source: University of Washington.

July 8, 2018

The Latest Science on Breastfeeding

Summary: It is well known that breastfeeding is beneficial for mother child bonding and infant health. New research investigates why breastfeeding is so beneficial and points to previously unknown health benefits for mother and child.

Source: Nutrition 2018.

July 7, 2018

Experiencing a Stressful Day May Lower Cognitive Abilities Throughout the Day

Summary: Waking up feeling stressed and anxious can impact your cognitive function throughout the day, researchers report. A new study reveals those who woke up feeling as though the day ahead would be stressful experienced problems with working memory later in the day. Researchers say the anticipation of stress impacts cognition, even if a stressful event does not occur.

Source: Penn State.

July 6, 2018

Human Life Span: No Fixed Limit…


July 4, 2018

Compound Found in Green Tea and Wine May Block Formation of Toxic Metabolites

The bottle line: Green Tea and Wine, good!

July 3, 2018

Prenatal Exposure to Folic Acid Fortification of Food May Reduce Mental Health Risks in Children


Can you say, “JuicePlus+” or “Blue Green Algae”?

July 2, 2018

“prevalence induced concept change”

Not as hard to grasp as it sounds. And interesting… the research, that is.

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