To Snore or Not To Snore

Bathroom.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is news about an interesting symptom people with obstructive sleep apnea will experience. Untreated sleep apnea can result in high blood pressure, heart disease, liver disease and disgruntled sleeping partners.

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover a medication that you might use, which is also good for those cut flowers.

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Blueberry and Gum Disease

Teeth.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is news about the use of wild blueberry extract to reduce your risk of dental plaque, periodontal disease and cavities. The extract from the wild lowbush blueberry works against food borne pathogens causing food poisoning. Researchers were interested in whether the same extract would be effective in the fight against Fusobacterium nucleatum, one of the main bacteria associated with periodontitis.

IN YOUR DAILY AFFIRMATION you’ll have statements to use to help improve your health.

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover how much of the Twin Towers is sailing the open seas and how.

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One Simple Step to Dropping Pounds

water.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is research which supports drinking water 30 minutes before your meals for a very specific purpose. Researchers found that it not only improved kidney function, improved your skin, reduced problems with constipation but also will help you lose more weight in less time.

IN MAKING CHANGES you’ll discover three simple things you can do starting today to start losing weight this week. You won’t starve, you won’t feel deprived and you don’t eat just cabbage soup!

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover the trick to peeling an onion without shedding a tear.

 

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Smartphone and Depression, What’s the Link?

Smartphone.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is a story about Maggie and Earl. They were your everyday couple struggling with common problems. Maggie took matters into her hands. Discover what happened next.

IN THE NEWS is research which demonstrates that smartphones don’t just cause “text neck” and back pain, but also will worsen depression and cause PUMP. Simple daily changes can help reduce your challenges and improve your mood.

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover exactly what has 15 calories per teaspoon but causes significant problems to your heart and vascular system.

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How Low Should You Go

BP.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is news from three different Universities who collaborated on a study to evaluate how low your blood pressure should really go when you’re on medication. What they found should change the guidelines used to treat patients in the months and years to come.

MAKING CHANGES gives you some concrete methods of lowering your blood pressure to within normal limits without medications. These methods won’t take your pressure too low, but will help your body to stabilize and normalize the numbers.

YOUR DAILY AFFIRMATION continues to look at how helping others will help you more than it helps them.

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover the little trick you can use to “wake your brain” up in the middle of the afternoon.

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Strength Parenting Reduces Stress for You and Your Children

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IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today you’ll discover a method of parenting your children which will improve their ability to handle stress for the rest of their lives. Interestingly, you can use the same techniques in your own life to purposefully set up circumstances which increase your own ability to handle stress.

DAILY AFFIRMATION today continues to walk through thinking outside yourself and helping others.

FACT OR FICTION today will have you guessing what surgeons should be doing but you stop your children from doing.

 

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You CAN Stop Biting Your Nails, Here’s How

Nails.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today you’ll discover some tips that work to help you stop biting your nails. Although this habit isn’t particularly pleasant to watch, there are also health hazards for people who practice the habit. And it is just that – a habit which is not necessary and can be broken.

 

IN MAKING CHANGES are for techniques you can start using today to stop biting your nails or help someone who does.

 

IN FACT OR FICTION today you’ll meet a woman who grew one of these over 16 pounds. She lives in Australia but doesn’t have a way of reproducing another one. Find out what it is and why.

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Researchers Investigating New Ways to Save

Saving.jpgIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today are the results of an intervention done after the 2014 tax filing season in which low- and moderate-income filers participated. The goal was to help reduce the increasing financial insecurity in American families, which the researchers felt was a step in the right direction.

IN MAKING CHANGES are four strategies you can use today to meet your savings goal without ever handling the money.

IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll learn about a body of pink water that isn’t filled with artificial dye and which continues to baffle scientists as to the origin of the color.

 

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One More Great Reason to Quit Smoking

PirateHLA.pngIN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is a story of a young girl who overcame challenges and obstacles which no one should have to face to become America’s best friend.

 

IN THE NEWS features another in a long line of really good reasons you should quit smoking. Although difficult, this particular reason may even help you maintain your abstinence from nicotine!

 

IN FACT OR FICTION today you’ll discover a prestigious school who now has an official program for students certifying they are something all countries arrest you for – can you imagine what that is?

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Long Term Memory and Conflict Resolution

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Long and short term memory are part of our every day life. Did you know there is something specific you can do to improve your long term memory over time? This means you can remember more accurately the things that have happened to you in the past and create more lasting memories to draw on in the future. In the News today discusses how to use the research published from the University of Bonn and University of Birmingham to improve your memory.

In 'Is It Fact or Fiction?' you'll discover whether or not there is a day of the week during which you are more likely to have a heart attack.

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