health

Why A Beach Day Is Good For Your Health

Beach day! Although it hard to find something to unite the world but multiple studies from the United Kingdom to japan to the United States all concur that hanging out on the beach increases happiness, general well-being and even brain function. Even living in a home with a view of the ocean are...
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Positive Thinking Linked To A Longer Life

It may be time to try seeing the glass as half full, even if you aren't in the best of health. According to Stanford University, people who view themselves as less healthy than others are at risk of suffering a premature death; no matter how active they actually are. This is the result of analyzing...
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Coffee is good for you!

"The health benefits and limitations of coffee have been long studied, and this isn't the first time coffee drinkers have seen headlines claiming their morning habit may result in a longer life" ( USA Today ). A new study by the International Agency for Research on Cancer reveals that drinking...
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Ladies, Here’s Why Your Boss Should Give You A Nap Break!

So many of us get sleepy at work. Whether it’s trying to get going first thing in the morning or that 3pm slump, focusing can be pretty rough some days. And you wanna know what the problem is? Ladies are NOT sleeping enough, simply because we’re women. Why? Well, I'm sorry to say that the female...
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Light Roasted Coffee May Be Healthier Than Dark Roast

While dark chocolate has more health benefits than lighter versions, it's the opposite for coffee. A new study suggests that light roast coffee may contain more levels of chlorogenic acid, a well-known antioxidant, than dark roast. They discovered the lighter the roast, the higher the chlorogenic...
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Study Links Birth Month To Chronic Illnesses

Can you birth month be the reason why you have headaches, high blood pressure or depression? A Spanish study took a look at 27 chronic health ailments to see if the month you were born had anything to do with it. Surprisingly, the study confirms that certain diseases affect people differently...
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Survey Says: Woman Find Dad Bods Sexier Than Muscles

Apparently, guys should just stop trying so hard to look good. A majority of women find "dad-bods" to be sexier than a man with a muscled body. 69% of women say find guys with dad-bods to be sexy, according to a new survey . More surprisingly, a whopping 63% of women prefer guys with "dad-bod" over...
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Golf

Playing Golf is Great Exercise

When you think of exercise you might not think of golf, but you should! Macmillioan Cancer Support, a cancer charity in the U.K., says during a single round of golf, players walk four to eight miles, which would burn around 1,564 calories if you carry your own golf clubs. Since a round of golf...
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Chocolate

Grab your chocolate!

Regularly eating chocolate could possibly help prevent a type of irregular heartbeat that can increase the risk of heart failure, stokes, and cognitive impairment, according to a study published in Heart. Live Science reports between 2.7 million and 6.1 million Americans have atrial fibrillation,...
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Health Benefits Of Extreme Temperature Showers

You may feel that a bathing is just a normal part of proper hygiene or a wonderful way to unwind and relax but there is growing evidence that your shower can help you burn calories and even boost your immune system. Contrast water therapy has its fans, whereas you shower or bathe in the hottest...
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