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High-fat diet may be harmful to your brain

High-fat diet may not only make us obese, but also cause cognitive impairment by prompting immune cells in the brain to consume the connections …

Diabetes

5 Hacks For A Healthier Week — Nov 29 2015

Make the most of your Google mobile app with these clever health hacks. Our favorite is definitely the recently added guide to over 100 yoga …

Hacking

12 Ways to Stay Healthy During the Holidays

While it may seem counterintuitive, eating clean during the holidays is doable and easier than you might think. Why wait until the new year to dive …

Nutrition

Why sitting down to pee is good for women's pelvic floor muscles

I had a great time recently in Toronto sharing preventive pelvic and abdominal health tips with pregnant women. What wasn't fun was what I noticed on the bathroom floor when nature called.<p>What I saw were urine drops on the seat and on the floor in front of the toilet. This happens a lot: I often …

8 Amazing Things That Will Happen When You Stop Consuming Cold Drinks

Cold drinks are out while hot drinks are in! Experts are now telling us that hot or warm drinks are much more beneficial for us than was once …

SIXPAD – The Revolutionary Training Gear

Price: $193Get the six pack you’ve always wanted with SIXPAD, the revolutionary training gear. SIXPAD adheres to your skin above the abdominal …

Healthy Living | Psych Central - Part 2

Articles on Healthy Living - Page 2<p>Reading The Mindful Twenty-Something just as I enter my thirties was a revealing task. Being mindful wasn’t …

Norway mulls using heroin to prevent deadly overdoses

BERGEN, Norway (AP) — The pale, zombie-like addicts staggering through concrete underpasses make an unlikely scene in wealthy Norway's picturesque second city. As a gateway to the fjords which zigzag the oil-rich nation's long coastline, Bergen is the last stop on a global drug route that gives it …

Drug Addiction

Medical College of Georgia News, Latest Breaking News on Medical College of Georgia | Daily News & Analysis

Technology<p>Passive smoking can increase weight and decrease school grades in children finds new study<p>A study was conducted on 220 overweight or obese …

What You Need to Know About Psychosis in Parkinson's Disease

Psychosis doesn’t just affect individuals with psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia. It also affects other illnesses, including Parkinson’s …

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Heavy Metal: Iron and the Brain

Sometimes the first symptoms of iron deficiency are neurologic.<p>Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional problem in the world, affecting at …

High Blood Pressure

5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Memory and Memorize Anything Faster

Imagine the power of being able to memorize anything faster.<p>Think about how much time you’d have, how much you could shorten the learning curve, and …

Medical Journals

Science Says Dogs Are Good For Us, And Who Are We To Disagree?

A study by Medical News Today revealed that children with dogs not only had reduced stress, but also a lower body mass index. Most dog owners already know that increased physical activity and a feeling inside their body and brain known as “love” comes with the territory of owning a dog, but the …

Self-esteem

Tips for a Satisfying Sleep

It’s especially important to get enough sleep during stressful times. You may feel pulled in many directions by relationships, errands and work to be …

12 Ways to Shut Off Your Brain Before Bedtime

Does getting to bed feel like a nightmare? For many of us, as soon as it’s time for bed, the brain begins buzzing. We might experience racing …

Bacteria on the Brain

A brilliant surgeon offered an untested treatment to dying patients. Was it innovation or overreach?<p>As the chairman of the neurosurgery department at the University of California at Davis, Paul Muizelaar saw patients on Wednesdays, at a clinic housed in a former cannery in East Sacramento. Among …

A 3-Day, 30-Mile Traffic Jam Stalls Kenya

Travelers have been stranded without water or food, miles from any shops.<p>On a highway between the Kenyan city of Mombasa and the capital Nairobi, more than 1,500 trucks have been stuck since Tuesday night in a traffic jam stretching 30 miles. Cars trying to escape the traffic by turning into the …

How Washing Machines Could Use a Lot Less Water

Three MIT grad students have invented a washing-machine filter that cleans wastewater and reuses it over and over again.<p>Earlier this year, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology hosted the inaugural MIT Water Innovation Prize, inviting attendees from around the world to pitch their …

When Your White Neighbor Mistakes You for a Burglar: Best #Cityreads of the Week

A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days.<p><i>Tweet us your favorites with #CityReads.</i><p>“My White Neighbor Thought I Was Breaking into My Own Apartment. Nineteen Cops Showed Up,” Fay Wells, <i>Washington Post</i><p>On Sept. 6, I locked myself out of my apartment …

Why China Wants to Build Something Called 'Sponge Cities'

China’s central government has an ambitious green infrastructure plan. But will the results live up to the rhetoric?<p>Could sponge cities be the answer to China’s floods?<p>Three years ago, when flooding in Beijing killed 79 people, the Chinese government was quick to blame the size of the storm, not …

The Remaking of Martin Luther King Streets

They’ve been languishing for a long time but are finally becoming sites of urban intervention.<p>Many public spaces still bear names and symbols that recall America’s history of racism. But even in the cases where names places seek to signify progress—as in the case of streets named after Martin …

The Accounting Rules That Bankrupt Cities

The cash-basis accounting system allows governments to make financial commitments that they won’t be able to fulfill in the future.<p>In November 2014, a Michigan bankruptcy judge confirmed a plan that allowed Detroit’s government to shed $7 billion in liabilities, averting a total financial collapse. …

10 Ideas for Improving London's Affordable Housing

From building atop canals to encouraging backyard cottages.<p>If you follow European issues, you’d have to be living under a rock not to know that London housing is becoming increasingly unaffordable. With demand for London homes outstripping new supply at an alarming rate, the situation is likely to …

How to Get More Dads to Take Paternity Leave

Pay them.<p>Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, announced last week (on Facebook, of course) that he is planning to take two months of paternity leave when his daughter is born. In his post, Zuckerberg noted that studies have found better outcomes when parents take time off from work to be with …

The Unlikely Home of the World's Next Tallest Skyscraper

The Bride of the Gulf will spring from the site of the Iraq War’s first major battle.<p>So many things about the Bride of the Gulf seem unlikely. It’s planned to be the world’s tallest skyscraper, soaring nearly three-quarters of a mile into the sky. It was designed not by Adrian Smith + Gordon …