Multigrain, Wholegrain, Wholemeal: What's The Difference And Which Bread Is Best?
Multigrain, Wholegrain, Wholemeal: What's The Difference And Which Bread Is Best?
in Food & Nutrition by Leah Dowling, Swinburne University of Technology
Wholemeal, wholegrain, multigrain, sourdough, rye, white, high fibre white, low GI, low FODMAP, gluten free. With so…
How To Avoid A Sucker Bet – With A Little Help From Math
How To Avoid A Sucker Bet – With A Little Help From Math
in Science & Technology by Graham Kendall, University of Nottingham
Sitting in a bar, you start chatting to a man who issues you a challenge. He hands you five red and two black cards.…
Want To Eat Healthy? Try Sustainable Shopping And An Eco-friendly Diet
Want To Eat Healthy? Try Sustainable Shopping And An Eco-friendly Diet
in Food & Nutrition by Michalis Hadjikakou, Deakin University
Following our annual Christmas overindulgence, many of us have set ambitious goals for the year ahead. But eating…
A New Blood Test Can Detect Eight Different Cancers In Their Early Stages
A New Blood Test Can Detect Eight Different Cancers In Their Early Stages
in Diseases & Conditions by Peter Gibbs, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
Researchers have developed a blood test that can detect the presence of eight common cancers. Called CancerSEEK, the…
Is Your Aura Losing Energy? Feeling Victimized?
Is Your Aura Losing Energy? Feeling Victimized?
in Diseases & Conditions by Cynthia Sue Larson
Remember that whatever the source of your energy leaks, you are the one who is best able to make changes that will…
This Time Of Day May Be Riskiest For Overeating
This Time Of Day May Be Riskiest For Overeating
in Healing Diet by Chanapa Tantibanchachai-Johns Hopkins
People who are overweight may be at higher risk for overeating in the evening hours, especially when experiencing…
Contemplation on Success: Stop Trying and Start Doing
Contemplation on Success: Stop Trying and Start Doing
in Career & Success by Peter & Helen Evans
In many of our life's endeavors we say, "Oh well, I tried", and take our failure as "a lesson to be learned". Too…
How To Use Intuition As A Tool for Self-Healing
How To Use Intuition As A Tool For Self-Healing
in Healing Disciplines by Carol Ritberger, Ph.D.
We are so conditioned to using our five physical senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell), that we expect…
A Decision for Life: Living Our Own Unique Creativity
A Decision for Life: Living Our Own Unique Creativity
in Leisure & Creativity by Ewald Kliegel
To live our own creativity in a self-determined way – this may be one of the most difficult tasks there is. Although we…
Which Medicines Don’t Go Well With Flying?
Which Medicines Don’t Go Well With Flying?
in Health & Wellness by Nial Wheate, University of Sydney
Every day, more than 10 million people take a flight somewhere in the world. While flying is relatively safe, the…
Avoid These 10 Stealth Microplastics If You Want To Save The Oceans
Avoid These 10 Stealth Microplastics If You Want To Save The Oceans
in Environmental Health by Sharon George and Deirdre McKay, Keele University
Theresa May’s new environment plan sets ambitious goals for plastic waste reduction. But there’s lots of room for…
Picture Perfect: Treasure Mapping as a Visionary Tool
Picture Perfect: Treasure Mapping as a Visionary Tool
in Career & Success by Alan Cohen
As we have entered our new year, what kind of mental pictures are you holding about it? Are you enthusiastically…
Why Are Some People Are More Creative Than Others?
Why Are Some People Are More Creative Than Others?
in Leisure & Creativity by Roger Beaty, Harvard University
Creativity is often defined as the ability to come up with new and useful ideas. Like intelligence, it can be…
This Is How Your Stress Turns Into Sickness
This Is How Your Stress Turns Into Sickness
in Diseases & Conditions by Sarina Gleason-Michigan State
Certain types of stress interact with immune cells and can regulate how these cells respond to allergens, ultimately…
5 Key Ways to Turn Retirement into Renewal
5 Key Ways to Turn Retirement into Renewal
in Leisure & Creativity by Thelma Reese
Life expectancy has given senior men a whole new phase of life to explore. There’s no reason to see this as a dead end.…
How To Prevent Food Allergies In Your Kids?
How To Prevent Food Allergies In Your Kids?
in Food & Nutrition by Jennifer Koplin, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
With the rise in food allergies over the last ten to 20 years, parents are understandably concerned about what – if…
What Jeff Sessions Doesn't Understand About Medical Marijuana
What Jeff Sessions Doesn't Understand About Medical Marijuana
in Herbs & Supplements by C. Michael White, University of Connecticut
On January 4 2018, Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Cole memo, a 2013 document that limits federal…
Why Farmers Are Using Glyphosate To Kill Their Crops And What It Might Mean For You
Why Farmers Are Using Glyphosate To Kill Their Crops And What It Might Mean For You
in Environmental Health by Ben Hewitt, Ensia
A common herbicide is ending up in our food, thanks to the growing practice of using it to dry crops in preparation for…
An Old Incorrect Paradigm Belief: There Is Value in Suffering
Do You Believe That There Is Value in Suffering?
in Career & Success by Danielle Rama Hoffman
It may seem ludicrous to think that anyone would want to create suffering, and yet there are times when your emotional…
Compound From Stinging Nettles Activates Reusable Cancer Treatment
Compound From Stinging Nettles Activates Reusable Cancer Treatment
in Herbs & Supplements by Luke Walton-University of Warwick
Researchers have developed a new way to attack cancer: using a non-toxic dose of sodium formate—found in nettles and…
Crying Elephants And Giggling Rats – Animals Have Feelings, Too
Crying Elephants And Giggling Rats – Animals Have Feelings, Too
in Pets & You by Emily Birch, Nottingham Trent University
Years ago, we believed that we weren’t animals and that animals were here solely for our use. Indeed, a cow was just a…
What Supplements Do Scientists Use, And Why?
What Supplements Do Scientists Use, And Why?
in Herbs & Supplements by Simon Bishop, Bangor University; et al
Supplements are a multi-billion dollar industry. But, unlike pharmaceutical companies, manufacturers of these products…
How We Can Remove Co2 From The Air to Avoid Climate Catastrophe
How We Can Remove Co2 From The Air to Avoid Climate Catastrophe
in Science & Technology by Mary Hoff
With sufficient investment and strategic deployment, carbon dioxide removal and storage can play a key role in keeping…
Do Drugs, Gums Or Patches Increase Your Chances Of Quitting?
Do Drugs, Gums Or Patches Increase Your Chances Of Quitting?
in Diseases & Conditions by Simon Chapman, University of Sydney
Using prescription drugs or over-the-counter products like gums, mints or patches won’t increase your chances of…
If You Don't Have Celiac Disease, Avoiding Gluten May Not Be Healthy
If You Don't Have Celiac Disease, Avoiding Gluten May Not Be Healthy
in Food & Nutrition by Suzanne Mahady, Monash University
Coeliac disease, an allergy to gluten that causes damage to the intestine, affects 1% of Australians. But more than ten…
5 Reasons You Should Wear Gardening Gloves
5 Reasons You Should Wear Gardening Gloves
in Home & Garden by Mark Blaskovich, The University of Queensland
Gardening is a great way to relax, be one with nature and get your hands dirty. But lurking in that pleasant…
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Use These Plants To Fight Indoor Pollution
in Environmental Health by Danica-Lea Larcombe, Edith Cowan University
Humans have built high-rises since ancient Roman times, but it wasn’t until the 20th century that they became the…
New Medical Advances Are Marking The End Of  Diet Wizards
New Medical Advances Are Marking The End Of Diet Wizards
in Food & Nutrition by David Prologo, Emory University
The Wizard of Oz promised results he could not deliver but was convincing in his presentation. Diet wizards have done…
How Alcohol Damages Stem Cells And Increases Cancer Risk
How Alcohol Damages Stem Cells And Increases Cancer Risk
in Diseases & Conditions by Ketan Patel, University of Cambridge
After cigarettes, alcohol is perhaps the most common carcinogen that humans voluntarily expose themselves to. How this…
Why People With Sense Of Purpose Tend To Do Healthy Stuff
Why People With Sense Of Purpose Tend To Do Healthy Stuff
in Health & Wellness by Gerry Everding-Washington University In St. Louis
People who have a sense of purpose in their life tend to make healthier lifestyle choices and report feeling better…
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4 Keys to Telling Stories Everyone Will Love
in Leisure & Creativity by Joe Lazauskas
"There’s actually a science to why stories matter. So when we hear a good story as human beings our brain lights up.
These Exercises Took 3 Years Off Of Aging Faces
These Exercises Took 3 Years Off Of Aging Faces
in Fitness & Exercise by Marla Paul-Northwestern University
A 30-minute daily or alternate-day facial exercise program sustained over 20 weeks improved the facial appearance of…
Stop Worrying About Not Getting Enough Exercise And Being Too Stressed
Stop Worrying About Not Getting Enough Exercise And Being Too Stressed
in Health & Wellness by Robin Bailey, University of Central Lancashire
It’s January, so it’s likely that you have set yourself goals to be more physically active and less stressed in 2018.…
What Are The Choices That Lead To Freedom From Pain?
What Are The Choices That Lead To Freedom From Pain?
in Diseases & Conditions by Chönyi Taylor
The mind of addiction goes like this: “So I need to stop playing computer games. I will take up marathon running…
Can Environmental Pollutants Disrupt Our Circadian Rhythms?
Can Environmental Pollutants Disrupt Our Circadian Rhythms?
in Environmental Health by Jennifer Marie Hurley, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Runoff from melting snow carries road salt into streams and lakes, and causes extraordinarily high salinity.
Why Are So Many Of Our Pets Overweight?
Why Are So Many Of Our Pets Overweight?
in Pets & You by Deborah Linder, Tufts University
This was the moment I realized that I was treating pet obesity all wrong.
The Secret To Creativity – According To Science
The Secret To Creativity – According To Science
in Leisure & Creativity by Valerie van Mulukom, Coventry University
Whether you get mesmerized by Vincent van Gogh’s painting The Starry Night or Albert Einstein’s theories about…
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What Type Of Milk Is Best?
in Food & Nutrition by Margo E Barker and Cecile Morris, Sheffield Hallam University
Milk had a rather bad press in the 1970s and 1980s. In the UK, for example, there has been a marked decline in milk…
How To Become More Energetic, Happier And Successful
How To Become More Energetic, Happier And Successful
in Health & Wellness by Jon Gordon, M.A.
You don't have to be a scientist to know that energy is all around us and inside us. In fact, when we get down to it,…
Our Fight With Fat: Why Is Obesity Getting Worse?
Our Fight With Fat: Why Is Obesity Getting Worse?
in Fitness & Exercise by Kenneth Cusi, University of Florida
Gyms across the country will be packed in the new year with people sticking, however briefly, to their New Year’s…
Music Can Heal, Motivate, Calm, And Enhance Life
Music Can Heal, Motivate, Calm, And Enhance Life
in Healing Disciplines by Beverly M. Breakey
Most of us don't pay much attention to the connection between music and our well-being. It is just there. It has always…
Herbs, Wilderness Time, And Other Ways To Help Yourself
Herbs, Wilderness Time, And Other Ways To Help Yourself
in Healing Disciplines by Hilary Smith
Throughout most of human history, there was no such thing as a psychiatrist or a refill of Ativan—and humans developed…
The Scientific Defense Of The Brussels Sprout
The Scientific Defense Of The Brussels Sprout
in Healing Diet by Trevor George, King's College London
Brussels sprouts, like their European namesake, divide opinion. Some people embrace the flavour and familiarity of the…
New Evidence Shows That Healthy Obesity Is A Myth
New Evidence Shows That Healthy Obesity Is A Myth
in Fitness & Exercise by Rishi Caleyachetty, University of Birmingham
Our latest study shows that if you’re obese but metabolically healthy (so-called “fat but fit”), you are still at a…
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