health

Taking a Nap Could Save Your Life

A midday snooze may just be what the doctored ordered. A new study has found that people that nap once or twice a week could lower their risk of having a heart attack or stroke, reported the New York Post. People who nap regularly may be less likely to suffer a heart attack https://t.co/lNGblafY6z...
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Teen Goes Blind After Eating Nothing But Pringles, French Fries, And White Bread

If there is any reason why you should always maintain a balanced and healthy diet, this is it.
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New Study Says Having A Dog Could Boost Owner’s Heart Health

There is no better companion than a dog, but apparently they can be beneficial to health as well. In a new study done by the Mayo Clinic, they found that when one’s mood is boosted from a dog, their heart health is boosted as well.
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Sleeping in a Cold Room Is Better for Your Health: Study

( ALT 105.3 ) - You might already be trying to keep it cool at night during the summer as best you can, and if you are, it might not be great for your electric bill, but it looks like it's better for your health. Per the Harvard Medical School , sleeping in a cold room will help you fall asleep...
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Nearly Half Of Americans Admit To Wearing The Same Pair Of Underwear At Least Two Days In A Row

Conventional wisdom holds that you should change your underwear every day, or at least washed after every wear.
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Recent Study Shows That Heavy Metal Is Good For Your Health

After conducting recent experiments, Cardiff Metropolitan University lecturer has determined that heavy metal has several health benefits.
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That Warm Shower Before Bed Really Does Help You Sleep

PHILADELPHIA ( KYW Newsradio ) — Having trouble falling asleep? Showering at the right time and temperature can help. A nice warm shower or bath about an hour or two before bed will help your body temperature regulate to the ideal range for sleep, according to Dr. Rich Friedenheim, the medical...
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Ignoring Your Coworkers Will Help You Feel Less Tired, Study Finds

Ignoring your coworkers may be a tad rude, but it could be for the betterment of your health.
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Apps Are Helping Doctors Keep Track of Patients' Mental Health Issues

( KYW Newsradio ) — Doctors and patients are using technology in the treatment of mental health issues. With an app on your phone or a computer program, patients can keep up with the work needed to handle depression and anxiety. Dr. Michael Vergare, chairman of psychiatry at Thomas Jefferson...
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The Who's Roger Daltrey Says His Voice Will Be Gone "In The Next Five Years"

Roger Daltrey possesses one of the most powerful voices in music history.
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