Short Intensity Exercise and Diabetes Are Related

ThursMarch28CI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research from the University of Birmingham demonstrating low intensity exercise may reduce the number of people suffering from diabetes in China by up to 7 million people.

MAKING CHANGES: Exercise is a foundational pillar to good health - but you don’t have to train for the Olympics to enjoy the benefits. Low intensity movements, such as walking, can reduce your risk potential for many diseases.

FACT OR FICTION: Paper is a part of our everyday lives. Even though much of what we do has moved to digital recording, we still use paper for the sheer pleasure of writing and seeing our efforts.  

 

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Your Gut Related to Obesity Through Bacteria

WedMarch27CI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is a mouse study demonstrating the link between your gut microbiome and the development of obesity.

MAKING CHANGES: Use these strategies to protect your gut microbiome and your health.

FACT OR FICTION: There have been many people who were first at something. However, as history marches forward, there are less opportunities of being FIRST.

 

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Alcohol Does More Than Activate Cancer

TueMar26CI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research from France demonstrating alcohol intake may be the most important preventable risk factors for dementia.

MAKING CHANGES: No changes today - except to stop drinking!

FACT OR FICTION: Have you been first at something?  Here are a few you may not have known.

 

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Congenital Heart Disease Might Increase Risk for . . .

ThursMarch28CI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research from Denmark demonstrating those who are born with heart disease have a higher risk of neurological disease as you age.

MAKING CHANGES: Knowing there may be a higher risk for dementia, you can take steps to reduce those risks.

FACT OR FICTION: Do you wear your heart on your sleeve?

 

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Change One Sugar Drink with Water and Count the Benefits

ThursMarch21CI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is more research supporting past research demonstrating that replacing one 8-ounce sugar drink can have a significant effect on your health.

MAKING CHANGES: Giving up your sugar drinks may be challenging but it is doable. Making simple changes can make huge differences.

FACT OR FICTION:Avalanches are beautiful, overwhelming and dangerous. Here are a few more facts about these beautiful phenomena of nature.

 

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Centuries of Benefits from Meditation - Now More Health Benefits Originate

WedMarch20CI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE: Meditation has been used for centuries to improve your health and improve peace. Today, research continues to demonstrate health benefits.

MAKING CHANGES: You may not use meditation today, but it’s something you might want to consider adding to your health and wellness arsenal.

FACT OR FICTION: Bears nap all winter and feed all summer. They are dangerous when they approach your campsite, and you should never come between a mother bear and her cubs. Is there anything you should know?

 

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Fill Your Glass and Keep on Drinking - Twitch Today

IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: is even more research demonstrating the benefits you experience when you drink enough water each day. How much is enough?

MAKING CHANGES: This is an each change you can make each day, and we’ll give you a couple of tips how to get it done.

FACT OR FICTION: Astronauts are the ultimate modern day pilot and adventurer. Here are a few more facts you might not know.

 

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Can Your Brain Divide Tasks?

Copy.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research delving into your brain’s ability to split tasks and drive and talk . . . or can it?

MAKING CHANGES: Today, making changes is all about driving carefully and reducing your risk of an accident.

FACT OR FICTION: Amelia Earhart was the first female pilot to attempt a record breaking flight. Here are a few facts you might have known.

 

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You’ll Age More Rapidly This Way

ThursMarch14CI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health demonstrating these activities increase the speed of aging, both internally and externally.

MAKING CHANGES: Not too many changes today  - except to avoid these two activities!

FACT OR FICTION: What was the largest island in the world named after?

 

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Is There A Tree with Different Tea Leaves?

WedMarch13CI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research published in Cell Press demonstrating something interesting about the tea you’re drinking.

MAKING CHANGES: Tea is a very healthy drink, associated with increased fat metabolism, heart health and relaxation.

FACT OR FICTION: These are the windows to your soul - can you guess what they are?

 

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