Monthly Archives: July 2017

Scientists Have Found The Brain Cells That Slow Our Aging Process

For years, scientists have found that the hypothalamus in our brain is responsible for controlling growth, metabolism, and reproduction. However, recent research discovered that the hypothalamus also has an important function to regulate aging. Furthermore, with the right treatment, we can slow down and even reverse the aging process. This finding is a big leap in combating age-related diseases such ...

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Alcohol Reduces Diabetes Risk Says New Study From Denmark

Want to reduce your risk for diabetes? Try drinking alcohol a few times a week. A new study, published in the medical journal Diabetologia, suggests drinking alcohol three to four times a week will reduce the risk of developing diabetes. The research monitored the drinking habits of more than 70,000 Danish participants over a five-year period, from 2007 to 2012. ...

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Lack Of Sleep Leads To Bigger Waistlines, British Researchers Claim In New Study

New research suggests that among all of the dangers associated with a lack of sleep, a bigger waistline may be among the more overlooked risks, as well as a possible contributing factor to obesity. The research, which was published Thursday on the journal PLOS One, looked at the sleeping and eating habits of more than 1,600 adult men and women. ...

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Women Warned Not To Put Makeup Sponges In Their Vaginas During Sex

Some women think sticking makeup sponges in their vaginas during sex is the solution to a potentially messy problem, but an expert on vaginal health is warning them against the practice. Dr. Jen Gunter, an OB/GYN who often blogs about the bizarre objects women are encouraged to put inside their vaginas, recently criticized a Lifehacker article advising women who are ...

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Coffee Laced With Viagra-Like Ingredient Recalled For Potential Health Risks

Texas-based Bestherbs Coffee LLC is recalling a coffee product that gives a different kind of jolt. According to a July 13 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) statement, the product contains an ingredient that acts like the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra. The component was not declared on the label and could cause various health problems in some individuals. The coffee product, ...

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E-Cigs Vs Smokeless Tobacco And Cigarettes: Addressing Health Studies For And Against Vape Nation

It has long been known that cigarette smoking carries with it a substantial risk of heart disease and continues to be the number one cause of death around the world. When the electronic cigarette first appeared on Chinese the market back in 2008, its popularity spread globally. E-cig usage, also known as vaping, has become a successful method for smoking ...

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E-Cigs Vs Smokeless Tobacco And Cigarettes: Addressing Health Studies For And Against Vape Nation

It has long been known that cigarette smoking carries with it a substantial risk of heart disease and continues to be the number one cause of death around the world. When the electronic cigarette first appeared on Chinese the market back in 2008, its popularity spread globally. E-cig usage, also known as vaping, has become a successful method for smoking ...

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Proof That When You Eat During The Day Is What Is Making You Fat!

A new study recently released by the UT Southwestern Medical Center is proving that when you eat has a direct correlation with your body weight as well as your sleep cycle. It looks like it’s time to be a little more careful about sneaking into the kitchen while everyone else is in bed. The focus group reflected on a group ...

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Google’s Verily Set To Release 20 Million Bacteria-Carrying Mosquitoes In California For A Special Project

The life sciences arm of Google’s parent company will release 20 million Wolbachia-carrying mosquitoes in California over the next 20 weeks in a bid to decimate harmful mosquito populations. Verily will release the insects in two Fresno neighborhoods for its Debug Project. Google’s parent company, Alphabet, specifically built a robot that produces up to a million of sterile mosquitoes every ...

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Reported To HR For Period Pain: Woman’s Menstrual Cramps Made Male Colleague Feel ‘Uncomfortable’ [Opinion]

A woman has committed a heinous crime in the workplace and was subsequently reported to Human Resources. What did she do? She was on her period and having terrible menstrual cramps, so, because painkillers hadn’t had any effect, she decided to use a hot water bottle she kept in her drawer to try and reduce the pain. Her crime was ...

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