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How Meditation Changes Our Brains According to Neurocore

In 2005, the Dalai Lama visited the United States. On that occasion, he gave a speech at the Society for Neuroscience’s annual meeting in Washington. Over the past few years, the Dalai... Read more »

Rural Hospitals Find Creative Ways To Recruit Doctors

In the more rural parts of the United States, there is a healthcare crisis that many are not aware of. In smaller towns, hospitals and medical clinics are closing for a variety... Read more »

Stressed Out? USHEALTH Group Shares Exercises to Help Cope

No matter where someone lives or what they do for work, stress can always find its way into an individual’s day. Sometimes, something as simple as running late for an appointment can... Read more »

60-Year-Old Man In Southeastern Massachusetts Confirmed Sick With Eastern Equine Encephalitis

Mosquitoes seemingly have nothing better to do than bum off of animals for blood to survive. Fortunately, they aren’t as agile in the air as common house flies, giving the average person... Read more »
Healthy Weight Management with Jeunesse Global

Healthy Weight Management with Jeunesse Global

Taking a healthy approach to weight management is one of the key components to feeling and looking more youthful and healthy overall. The all-inclusive ZEN BODI™ System by Jeunesse Global is a... Read more »
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American Addiction Centers: The Reality of How Long Alcohol Stays in Your System after You Drink

In an effort to educate people, American Addiction Centers (AAC) believes everyone who drinks, even socially, should have a solid grasp on how that drinking affects them. After all, drinking alcohol has... Read more »

Can Electric Tickles Improve Overall Health?

Some researchers in Great Britain believe that a small electric tickle to the ear can affect our body’s entire nervous system. These British researchers say that electric tickle’s effect could be very... Read more »

New Studies From All Over The World Show That Young People Are Getting Colorectal Cancer More Often Than Usual

The incidence of colorectal cancer – colorectal simply encompasses the terms colon and rectal, meaning colorectal cancer affects either one or both of these parts of the body – in young, generally... Read more »

Large Study Confirms The Danger Of High Blood Pressure

For many years, doctors have warned their patients of the importance of maintaining normal blood pressure. Recently, cardiologists lowered the recommended blood pressure reading to 120/80 or below. People whose blood pressure... Read more »

Could ART Therapy Help PTSD Sufferers?

With its combination of therapeutic techniques involving eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), accelerated resolution therapy (ART) is quickly gaining traction among a large subset of mental... Read more »