Dark chocolate with high concentrations of cacao can have positive effects on stress levels, inflammation, mood, memory and immunity, according to two new studies. The research presented this week at Experimental
Perimenopause doesn't have to be a battle. Here's how I stopped fighting my hormones — and changed my life.
Self Explanatory If you believe what you read online, perimenopause — the long, slow decline of estrogen and progesterone that leads to the end of menstruation at menopause — is the cause of nearly every
If anyone asks "What's the closest you've come to death?" I answer with the medical emergency I had long ago: the blue light, the ambulance … but the real answer is the night my husband told me he didn't
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GENEVA — The Swiss are armed to the teeth. Only the United States and Yemen have more guns per capita than this Alpine nation of 8.5 million people. But mass shootings are rare here unlike in the U.S.
Populations of all kinds of wildlife are declining at alarming speed. One radical solution is to make 50% of the planet a nature reserve The orangutan is one of our planet’s most distinctive and intelligent
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