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Drink More Water

Posted on: Wed, Mar 30, 2016, at 12:00 pm

A new study from the University of Illinois looked at the dietary habits of more than 18,300 U.S. adults. They found that the majority of people who increased their consumption of plain water by 1 percent reduced their total daily calorie intake as well as their consumption of saturated fat, sugar, sodium and cholesterol. Lesson here – drink more water! To learn more, go to

Can You Run Away From Cancer?

Posted on: Wed, Mar 23, 2016, at 12:00 pm

Can you run away from cancer? It may be not as silly as you think. A new study out of the University of Copenhagen shows that mice with cancer who spent time running around on their little wheel had a 50% reduction in tumor size! It appears that the adrenaline released during running triggers more NK cells. These are cancer killing immune cells naturally produced by the body. To learn more, go to

Concussion And Suicides

Posted on: Wed, Mar 16, 2016, at 12:00 pm

Researchers out of Canada followed over 200 thousand concussion patients over a 20 year period. These patients were an average 41 years in age and evenly split between the sexes. What they found will amaze you. They discovered that a concussion triples or even quadruples the risk of suicide. To learn more, go to

Bionic Man

Posted on: Wed, Mar 09, 2016, at 12:00 pm

Medicine sure has come a long way. Do you remember the old bionic man and bionic woman shows? Well 39 scientists, researchers and engineers from 16 departments at the University of Melbourne in Australia have developed a stentrode. A virtual bionic stent that goes into a blood vessel in the head, senses the brain signals, and then will be able to control a robotic limb. Simply unbelievable. To learn more go to

Daughters Think Like Their Mothers

Posted on: Wed, Feb 24, 2016, at 12:00 pm

The corticolimbic system governs emotional regulation and processing. Basically, this is the part of the brain that determines if you are laid back or hot headed. A new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience shows that researchers at UC San Francisco have identified that a daughter's corticolimbic system is physically almost identical to their mother's. This means that daughters are more likely to inherit depression from their mothers. To Learn more, got to

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