IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research from Cedars Sinai Medical Center analyzing the effect of an amino acid on breast cancer.
MAKING CHANGES: The Human Genome Project proved over nearly 5 decades that cancer is the result of your environmental exposures and not genetics. You can make a difference in your own life by the decisions you make each day.
FACT OR FICTION: It’s Health Week! Fun facts about your skin that will help you to stay healthy!
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research from Berlin, Germany demonstrating what may be done using deep brain stimulation to reduce fatigue.
MAKING CHANGES: If you suffer from this neurological disease, continue to watch these studies and talk with your physician about your options.
FACT OR FICTION: Here are some fun facts about your nervous system - Bet you don’t know at least two of these!
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is research from Helsinki which demonstrates what you probably already guessed - having an ideal weight doesn’t help you lose weight or reach your goals.
IN MAKING CHANGES today are strategies you can use to improve your body image.
IN FACT OR FICTION today we’re changing topics from snow to a more serious topic. By 2050 the number of people in a specific category will more than double. Check out what group and how you might serve that population.
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today you’ll discover that the DNA in your colon is intricately related to your health and the development of cancer in your body. The research from Duke University may also be used to help combat colon cancer that has already developed.
IN MAKING CHANGES today you’ll find strategies to reduce the inflammatory response in your gut, improve the health of your intestines and reduce the potential you’ll suffer from colon cancer.
IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover how many people enjoy a good snowball fight and where they did it.
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today you’ll discover that your computer can deliver more than games and information. In this research study, scientists delivered cognitive therapy over the internet and found an improvement in their patient’s anxiety levels.
IN MAKING CHANGES today are strategies you can use at home to reduce your level of anxiety while working with a therapist.
IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover the city that tried to outlaw snow!
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research from Ohio University demonstrating data vitamin D3 is associated with changes to your cardiovascular health.
MAKING CHANGES: Keeping your vitamin D3 levels at optimal levels is important to your overall health.
FACT OR FICTION: Do you know these heart disease facts?
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is from the University of Pittsburgh that has identified connections between the cerebral cortex and the adrenal medulla.
MAKING CHANGES: The basis for a mind body connection may have been physically discovered, but people who practice gratefulness have known for years.
FACT OR FICTION: The answer to folding paper.
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research that demonstrates the longer you breastfeed your infant, the lower your risk of hypertension once you pass menopause.
MAKING CHANGES: Breastfeeding is very healthy for your child and for your own health - we’ll give multiple reasons to consider it!
FACT OR FICTION: Price the Mona Lisa
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research from the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology demonstrates green tea may change the use of insulin in your brain and improve your memory.
MAKING CHANGES: Drink green tea daily!
FACT OR FICTION: Riddle are fun and sometimes brain teasers - here are a couple - with the answers of course!
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today you’ll discover the role that aspirin plays in the development and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s Disease. But, before you decide to pop a pill, talk to your doctor. There are risks to daily aspirin you may not be aware of.
IN MAKING CHANGES today we’ll talk about preventing neurodegenerative changes in your body over the coming months and years.
IN FACT OR FICTION . . . Dolly Madison is more than a cupcake.