Sports-Related Head Injuries

Jan5SportsCI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is new research that demonstrates a head injury doesn’t resolve as quickly as we once thought. Schools are using MRI imaging to compare pre and post-injury images to determine if an athlete is ready to return to play.

IN MAKING CHANGES today you’ll discover that while it can “feel” unnecessary to sit the sidelines longer than you feel necessary, if you don’t, you could suffer permanent damage for a lifetime.

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover some very interesting and amazing facts about the small ant.

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Knees, Osteoarthritis and Weight Loss

Jan4ArthritisCI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is research about your knees and how much help you’ll get by losing a bit of weight. MRI studies have found that the destruction to the cartilage in your knees slows down significantly when you lose weight.

IN MAKING CHANGES today you’ll discover four different tips to losing weight that don’t include drinking water, sleeping more, eating less or anything else like it.

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover that all mammals have hair or fur, have live young and nurse them. But, not all mammals do something that we do. In fact there are only three mammals on the planet that do this, and we are one of them.

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Are You Feeling Blue or Seeing Blue?

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 IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is research that demonstrates your mood and emotional health are tied to your perception of color and memory.

IN MAKING CHANGES today are suggestions on how to improve your mood and stabilize your emotional health.

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover the authentic jewelry many women pay thousands to wear, will actually dissolve in vinegar.

 

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HIT for Older Women Not as Effective

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IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today you’ll learn about recent research that finds HIT training for older women not as effective as it is for older men and younger individuals. The reason is still not clear, but there are recommendations for further exploration.

IN MAKING CHANGES today are tips to keep your exercise routine fresh and functional.

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover where this brown fish sauce originated and how the recipe evolved from fish to vegetable.

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You May Not Need That Colonoscopy

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IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is news about a new assessment tool your physician may soon be using to determine if you are a candidate for a colonoscopy or should be using other less invasive testing methods. Colorectal cancer is third most common form of cancer diagnosed each year.

IN MAKING CHANGES today are changes you can make to your daily routine that will reduce the potential you will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer.

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover some very incredible facts about your heart. It is truly a phenomenal pump, working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Can Your Doctor Predict if Medicine Works?

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IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is news that researchers may be on the brink of finding how to predict if medication for depression will or will not work for you. Being able to predict the effectiveness of medication will help to reduce the trial period and help you feeling better faster.

IN MAKING CHANGES today are 6 recommendations for feeling better and boosting your mood - and it isn’t to smile more!

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll learn that kissing your spouse burns more calories than you might imagine. In fact, double the number you burn just sitting still and watching television!

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Multiple Sclerosis Affected by Light

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IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is research that affects those with Multiple Sclerosis and other autoimmune diseases. Your environment and the length of your days affects you more than you might think.

IN MAKING CHANGES today you’ll discover some of the daily things you can add to your routine that will help reduce your risk of MS and improve your symptoms if you have it.

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover that although it was just the title of a column in Reader’s Digest, they were absolutely correct in their assumption.

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Resistant Bacteria Can Grow in Your Home

FridayBacteriaCI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is shocking research about how quickly bacteria can become resistant to antibiotics and the devastating this effect can have on your family and your health.

IN MAKING CHANGES today are 6 strategies you can use that will reduce the potential you grow bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics and how to keep yourself healthy.

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll learn some of the other reasons you want to go on vacation - and they don’t include relaxation or stress reduction!

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You Have Neurons That Switch Back and Forth

ThursdayNeuronsCI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today you’ll learn that scientists have discovered that neurons in your brain can switch functions. This discovery could lead to better control of neurological conditions, such as epilepsy.

IN MAKING CHANGES are techniques you can use to protect your brain and nervous system from damage.

IN FACT OR FICTION is the only mammal on earth that cannot jump.

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What You Think About Makes a Big Difference

WednesdayThinkingCI.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is information about your thoughts concerning your own mortality. Yes, at some point we will all die. It’s what you do between TODAY and your last day that makes a difference in your life and the lives of those you love.

IN MAKING CHANGES you will discover four specific things you can start today to improve your self-esteem - you’ll see health effects within weeks!

IN FACT OR FICTION today you’ll discover the snakes that are the widest and the one that is the longest.

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