Is Pre-cancerous A Warning Sign Or Cause For Panic?
Is Pre-cancerous A Warning Sign Or Cause For Panic?
in Diseases & Conditions by Susan Woods; Hannah Brown and Tamsin Lannagan, University of Adelaide
It might be a spot, lump, bump or polyp you’ve found suspicious or bothersome enough to ask a doctor to have a look at.…
Wealthy Americans Know Less Than They Think They Do About Food And Nutrition
Wealthy Americans Know Less Than They Think They Do About Food And Nutrition
in Healing Diet by Sheril Kirshenbaum and Douglas Buhler, Michigan State University
Socioeconomics play a significant role in attitudes about food – especially concerns about safety and purchasing…
How Light At Night Can Disrupt Circadian Rhythms In Children
How Light At Night Can Disrupt Circadian Rhythms In Children
in Environmental Health by Richard G. "Bugs" Stevens, University of Connecticut
A new scientific study shows that bright electric light exposure of preschool children in the evening suppresses…
How You Can Make Your Dreams Come True
How To Make Your Dreams Come True
in Career & Success by Debbie Johnson
You can make your dreams come true. Persistence is the key word and the magic key to success in any endeavor. Never…
Chamomile Tea May Help Control Diabetes
Chamomile Tea May Help Control Diabetes
in Herbs & Supplements by Richard Blackburn, University of Leeds
Chamomile – that yellow flower so often made into a tea, enjoyed before bed – is a very interesting plant. It was…
Why The Electric Vehicle Revolution Will Bring Problems Of Its Own
Why The Electric Vehicle Revolution Will Bring Problems Of Its Own
in Science & Technology by Martin Brueckner, Murdoch University
After years of being derided as a joke by car manufacturers and the public, interest in electric vehicles has increased…
Are Young Blood Transfusions Magic Or Medicine?
Are Young Blood Transfusions Magic Or Medicine?
in Diseases & Conditions by David Irving, University of Technology Sydney
Recent scientific studies have claimed, almost vampire-like, that transfusions of blood from teenagers can help delay…
Shifting the Focus from The Addict to The Sage
Shifting the Focus from The Addict to The Sage
in Diseases & Conditions by Alan Cohen
Many of us have become so steeped in what is wrong with ourselves in relationship that dysfunction becomes our accepted…
The Healing Environment of Nature
We Can Never Have Enough of The Healing Environment of Nature
in Fitness & Exercise by William Pullen
The natural world is our natural home. This may sound obvious, but to many it’s a forgotten truth. There is so much…
Menstruation Is Not A Taboo In Women's Sport
Menstruation Is Not A Taboo In Women's Sport
in Fitness & Exercise by Kirsty Elliott-Sale, Nottingham Trent University
Menstruation is often called the “last great taboo” in women’s sport. But periods are the media’s taboo, not…
How Xanax Works, The Dangers And The Side Effects
How Xanax Works, The Dangers And The Side Effects
in Herbs & Supplements by Michael Cole, Agatha Grela and Lata Gautam, Anglia Ruskin University
And although drug use has declined over the past decade, new and potentially life-threatening trends continue to…
Can Menopausal Mood Swings Signal More Serious Mental Illness?
Can Menopausal Mood Swings Signal More Serious Mental Issues?
in Health & Wellness by Tania Perich, Western Sydney University
Most women expect to experience the effects of hormonal changes when they come to menopause and many anticipate…
Do Athletes Really Need Protein Supplements?
Do Athletes Really Need Protein Supplements?
in Herbs & Supplements by Evangeline Mantzioris, University of South Australia
Protein supplements for athletes are literally sold by the bucketful. Protein supplements are expensive, and might not…
Navigating Life in the Senior Years: Adult Children and their Parents
Navigating Life in the Senior Years: Adult Children and their Parents
in Leisure & Creativity by Lynda G. Shrager
When the issue of “How safe is mom or dad?” and “Can they stay in their home?” arises, it often causes a conflict…
Why Overeating May Be A Brain Glitch
Why Overeating May Be A Brain Glitch
in Healing Diet by Laurel Mellin, University of California, San Francisco
With springtime comes the desire to shed those few extra pounds, in preparation to don swimsuits and head to the pool.…
Robotic Automation: Three Urban Prototypes For Future Living
Robotic Automation: Three Urban Prototypes For Future Living
in Science & Technology by Mateja Kovacic, University of Sheffield
Before I started working on real-world robots, I wrote about their fictional and historical ancestors. This isn’t so…
Honeybees Hog The Limelight, Yet Wild Insects Are The Most Important And Vulnerable Pollinators
Honeybees Hog The Limelight, Yet Wild Insects Are The Most Important And Vulnerable Pollinators
in Gardening by Philip Donkersley, Lancaster University
Pollinating insects like bees, butterflies and flies have had a rough time of late. A broad library of evidence…
Three Things That Should Be Part Of Your Weight Loss Efforts
Three Things That Should Be Part Of Your Weight Loss Efforts
in Fitness & Exercise by David Prologo, Emory University
Hundreds of thousands of people fall short of their dieting and weight loss goals every year, and the incidence of…
How Classroom Yoga For Kids May Relieve Anxiety
How Classroom Yoga For Kids May Relieve Anxiety
in Fitness & Exercise by Keith Brannon-Tulane University
Participating in yoga and mindfulness activities at school may help anxious third-graders improve their well-being and…
Is There Such A Thing As Normal Aging?
Is There Such A Thing As Normal Aging?
in Diseases & Conditions by Bruce Horovitz, Kaiser Health News
Drawing on their decades of practice along with the latest medical data, Gill and three geriatric experts agreed to…
Why Double Majors Might Beat You Out Of A Job
Why Double Majors Might Beat You Out Of A Job
in Finance & Careers by Matthew J. Mayhew, The Ohio State University and Benjamin S. Selznick, James Madison University
Two college majors are better than one. That is the conclusion that researchers are beginning to reach.
How To Find Our Path and Become Fulfilled
How To Find Our Path and Become Fulfilled
in Prosperity & Finance by Deborah L. Price
We have so confused money with fulfillment that the very meaning of the word has been lost. Fulfillment can only be…
Should We Have Two Sleeps Rather Than One?
Should We Have Two Sleeps Rather Than One?
in Healing Disciplines by Melinda Jackson, RMIT University and Siobhan Banks, University of South Australia
Around a third of the population have trouble sleeping, including difficulties maintaining sleep throughout the night.…
6 Things You Can Do To Reduce Your Risk Of Dementia
6 Things You Can Do To Reduce Your Risk Of Dementia
in Fitness & Exercise by Helen Macpherson, Deakin University
An ageing population is leading to a growing number of people living with dementia. Dementia is an umbrella term for a…
Why Zombie Slugs Could Be The Answer To Gardeners' Woes
Why Zombie Slugs Could Be The Answer To Gardeners' Woes
in Gardening by Robbie Rae and Sally Williamson, Liverpool John Moores University
Slugs and snails are the bane of almost every vegetable planting gardener and farmer. Slugs in particular have…
How Flowers Know When It’s Time To Bloom?
How Flowers Know When It’s Time To Bloom?
in Gardening by Linda B. Glaser-Cornell University
Researchers have uncovered exactly where a key protein forms before it triggers the flowering process in plants.
Each Part of the Body Has A Symbolic Message System
Each Part of the Body Has A Symbolic Message System
in Diseases & Conditions by Michel Odoul
After many years of practicing energy techniques, specifically shiatsu, I have been able to realize to what extent, for…
We Know Exercise Fights Depression, But What If You’re Happy?
We Know Exercise Fights Depression, But What If You’re Happy?
in Fitness & Exercise by Laura Bailey-University of Michigan
A review of studies on exercise and happiness addresses some lingering questions about the effects of physical activity…
5 Things To Consider Before Ordering A DNA Test
5 Things To Consider Before Ordering A DNA Test
in Diseases & Conditions by Jane Tiller and Paul Lacaze, Monash University
You might be intrigued by what your genes could tell you about your ancestry or the health risks hidden in your DNA. If…
How To Resist Technology, Appalachian Style
How To Resist Technology, Appalachian Style
in Science & Technology by Sherry Hamby, Sewanee: The University of the South
Appalachian attitudes about technology’s role in daily life are extremely sophisticated – and turn out to be both…
Why Weather Forecasters Still Struggle To Get The Big Storms Right
Why Weather Forecasters Still Struggle To Get The Big Storms Right
in Science & Technology by Jeffrey B. Halverson, University of Maryland
It was March 2017, and a winter storm named Stella promised to deliver up to a foot and a half of snow to New York City…
The Best Way To Avoid Back Pain Is To Lift Heavy Things
The Best Way To Avoid Back Pain Is To Lift Heavy Things
in Fitness & Exercise by Fiona Wilson, Trinity College Dublin.
Most people think that the human spine is one of evolution’s great flaws. After all, around 80% of adults suffer from…
How A Prescription For Creativity Can Improve Mental And Physical Health
How A Prescription For Creativity Can Improve Mental And Physical Health
in Leisure & Creativity by Hilary Bungay, Anglia Ruskin University
The idea of arts on prescription and social prescribing may seem like a new one, but it is actually more than 10 years…
Why We Should Not Be Complacent About Lead Exposure
Why We Should Not Be Complacent About Lead Exposure
in Environmental Health by Fiona E. McNeill, McMaster University
We poisoned ourselves with lead during the 20th century in most industrial nations. We used the metal widely, because…
Why Poor Posture In People With Disabilities Can Be Fatal
Why Poor Posture In People With Disabilities Can Be Fatal
in Diseases & Conditions by Bernie Carter, Edge Hill University
Maintaining good posture is not something we think about in our everyday lives. We perhaps take it for granted that we…
How A Blind Artist Is Challenging Our Understanding Of Color
How A Blind Artist Is Challenging Our Understanding Of Color
in Leisure & Creativity by Simon Hayhoe, University of Bath
Even in the 20th century, it was commonly believed that people born blind were unable to have a true understanding of…
Using Feng Shui to EnhanceThe Harmony and Vitality of Your Home
Using Feng Shui to Enhance The Harmony and Vitality of Your Home
in Feng Shui by Terah Kathryn Collins
Feng Shui focuses on enhancing the harmony and vitality of your environment. Surrounding yourself with things that lift…
Heal Your Fears and Emotions About Money
Heal Your Fears and Emotions About Money
in Career & Success by Meriflor Toneatto
A major challenge to healing emotions regarding money is that many of us have learned poor coping skills when it comes…
Living in a World of Technology and Less Personal Contact
Living in a World of Technology and Less Personal Contact?
in Science & Technology by Jacob Liberman, O.D., Ph.D.
Life’s intelligence, received through our inner guidance, is habitually interrupted or camouflaged by the mind’s…
Inflammation Is The Root Of All Disease And Leads To Aging
Inflammation Is The Root Of All Disease And Leads To Aging
in Diseases & Conditions by Elisa Lottor
Scientists have searched for and recently found out why some people live to be over one hundred, while being physically…
Is It Really 2018? According to Scholars, It Isn't!
Is It Really 2018? According to Scholars, It Isn't!
in Science & Technology by Charles C. Rozier, Swansea University
According to scholars throughout history, we actually aren’t living in the year that is printed on our calendars.
Jiminy Cricket! Why Bugs May Soon Be On The Menu
Jiminy Cricket! Why Bugs May Soon Be On The Menu
in Herbs & Supplements by Sylvain Charlebois, Dalhousie University
From our western perspective, crickets do not look appetizing, but neither did lobsters at one point in time, and in…
Here's What The Science Says About Animal Sentience
Here's What The Science Says About Animal Sentience
in Pets & You by Jan Hoole, Keele University
The definition of sentient is simply “able to perceive or feel things”. Today most of us would probably also say that…
Have We Got The Causes Of Type 2 Diabetes Wrong?
Have We Got The Causes Of Type 2 Diabetes Wrong?
in Diseases & Conditions by Mark Turner, Nottingham Trent University
The proportion of adults with diabetes around the world has risen from 4.7% in 1980 to more than 8.5% today.
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