risks

We Are Sitting More Than Ever And That Is Not Good

Americans sit an average of 10 hours a day pecking at keyboard, binging on Netflix and scrolling through social media feeds. While sitting behind a desk has been a social norm for quite a while, many new technologies have the potential of adding more sitting time then we had a decade ago...
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Encryption Has Made Public Wi-Fi Connections Safer But Not Risk-Free

The siren's call of free Wi-Fi has long been enticing to an Internet connected world but much like their story in Greek mythology, public Wi-Fi can be dangerous with venerable computer connections easy targets for hackers. It is why security experts have long warned people to avoid unsecured Wi-Fi...
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Coffee Linked To Lower Risk Of Rosacea

Coffee has been linked with combating heart disease, cancer, dementia, diabetes and depression. Now it appears to do wonders to the outside of your body too! Drinking four cups of coffee every day could decrease your risk of rosacea, a new study has revealed. Researchers say that those who drank...
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How To Quickly Boost Up Your Credit Score

Your credit score is vitally important in today's world. Not only does a higher credit score mean you get better chance of obtaining loan approvals but it may also affect your chances of landing that perfect job! But you've done all you can to boost it by never being late on a payment, keeping your...
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Fake Cancer Causes Being Believed At A High Rate

Smoking, being overweight and overexposure to UV radiation are the biggest preventable causes of cancer. But false information and fake news is causing much confusion as to how those cancers are detected and can be prevented. A recent survey of adults found an alarming number of people getting...
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There's A Good Chance You Are Stopping At A Traffic Light The Wrong Way

Right now as you are stopped at a red traffic light, there is a good chance you are approaching the signal incorrectly and actually at an increased risk of a collision! Take a look at the car in front of you. The widely accepted practice of waiting bumper to bumper for the traffic light to change...
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Vacation

Two Weeks Vacation Can Be Risky

As many studies have pointed out, our sedintary lifestyle is taking it's toll on our health. Now a brand new study reveals that just two weeks of inactivity can increase a healthy person's risk of chronic disease and even premature death. University of Liverpool researchers looked at 28 healthy,...
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Depression In Men More Likely To Cause Heart Disease Than Obesity

Many people don't consider depression as an illness and most likely those who don't see it as a real disease are the ones who could be suffering from it, men. In fact, it is becoming such a problem that it is has eclipsed obesity as a major contributor of heart disease. This is the finding by...
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Eating Too Close To Bedtime Can Be Hazardous To Your Health

Hectic schedules can lead to some skipped or late meals. But if you are close to your bedtime or it is after 7pm, you should skip that missed meal as experts warn millions of people are in danger of heart attacks and strokes for eating too late. Heart experts advise that adults should never eat...
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