IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: you’ll discover that gender differences - whether in animal or human - are regulated by hormones in your brain that you cannot control.
MAKING CHANGES: No changes today! Just a few hints to help your current relationships.
FACT OR FICTION: You’ve heard that fish have to move in order to breathe. The idea is that water flows in the mouth and out through the gills, extracting oxygen from the water along the way. However, there is one fish that doesn’t move when it’s cold and doesn’t need to move to breathe.
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: you’ll discover researchers have proven what the Bible has been saying for centuries . . . gratefulness, and expressing gratitude, actually makes you healthier.
MAKING CHANGES: There are many different ways of expressing gratitude. We’ll give you a couple to get started.
FACT OR FICTION: With over 1 million different types that roam the Earth, 40% are the most biodiverse. Scientist think it might be so the species can survive disasters. And, although they are everywhere, there is one continent where there is only one that lives!
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: you’ll discover researchers found people who are lonely may suffer worse cold symptoms.
MAKING CHANGES: Widening your social circle of friends may not just improve your symptoms from a cold, but also protect you against psychological stress.
FACT OR FICTION: Your body uses different cells to accomplish different tasks. Did you know that these particular types of cells outnumber your body cells?Read more
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: you’ll discover that researchers found topical curcumin is more effective on your skin for specific conditions that taking curcumin supplements for other conditions.
MAKING CHANGES: It’s a simple change!
FACT OR FICTION: Mosquitoes are a challenge. They bite. The bites itch. They can get infected or carry disease. The chemical in repellant (DEET) has significant health effects. What’s the alternative? Actually, your cat has the answer!
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: you’ll discover what you may already know - quality sleep improves your overall mood.
MAKING CHANGES: I’ll give you specific strategies to improve the quality of the sleep you get.
FACT OR FICTION: Did you know that a drug used on humans also has a significant effect on flowers? Just 1 mg of this and your flowers stay fresher one week longer than expected!
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: you’ll discover those nutty, green avocados not only taste great but may also reduce your risk of metabolic disease and type 2 diabetes.
MAKING CHANGES: Making simple changes in your dietary habits may reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes or reduce the amount of medication you need daily.
FACT OR FICTION: Can 13 happen on an ear of corn?
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: you’ll discover there are strategies you may use to reduce the risk you or your child develops peanut allergies.
MAKING CHANGES: Introduction of foods in childhood may reduce the risk of allergic reactions; making small changes each day may help.
FACT OR FICTION: What’s heavier - skim milk or heavy cream?
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: You’ll discover that exposure to two types of microbes may reduce risk of allergies and obesity.
MAKING CHANGES: The addition of another family member may give your children the support they need to be healthier as they grow older.
FACT OR FICTION: What’s the link between peanuts and dynamite?
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: you’ll discover why vaccinations during pregnancy are NOT recommended and why you may feel more sick from the same cold.
MAKING CHANGES: Staying healthy during pregnancy is just as important to your health as to the health of your growing baby, but despite what the pharmaceutical industry would like you to believe, vaccinations during pregnancy are not advisable.
FACT OR FICTION: Have you ever seen a pink lake?
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE:you’ll discover the role yeast may play in your symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease. Your gut is actually the center of your health, and this is one way to improve symptoms and your overall health.
MAKING CHANGES: With just a bit of effort you can change the microbiome of your gut and actually change your health.
FACT OR FICTION: Where can you still become a pirate?