Brain & Mental Health

4 Major Benefits of Dancing, Including Increasing Your Brainpower!

Do you have two left feet or shy away from hitting the dance floor at weddings? It might be time to invest in some dance lessons. According to a recent study published in Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, not only will you likely have more fun at parties, but you’ll also be giving your brain a boost. Put on your blue … Read More

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Health effects of climate change - Dr. Axe

Top Health Effects of Climate Change (It’s Impacting Your Body NOW)

The health effects of climate change may seem like something that future generations will have to handle. The truth is, though, it’s already happening now, fueling everything from allergies and certain cancers to COPD symptom flares. All of the carbon pollution that comes from things like burning coal and natural gas for electricity, burning gasoline and diesel to power our vehicles and using … Read More

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Drugs vs. meditation

How to Beat Deaths of Despair? Find Hope and Change Your Life

Recent research seems to strongly suggest that there are two Americas. There’s the one where those with college degrees thrive. Then there’s the one where those without a college education struggle. A team of researchers at Princeton University recently published “Mortality and Morbidity in the 21st Century”. This research is a follow up to their important 2015 study, “Rising Morbidity and Mortality in … Read More

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Tea for Alzheimer’s Lowers Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Up to 86%, Scientists Say

In a breakthrough study, scientists found evidence that using tea for Alzheimer’s could drastically lower your risk of developing the condition. It’s true, sipping tea could help ward off Alzheimer’s disease, according to a 2017 study out of the National University of Singapore says. (1) Most of us don’t give a second thought to brewing a morning matcha green tea or tapping … Read More

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World Happiness Report: Where Does the U.S. Rank?

Can you measure happiness among a population? The World Happiness Report thinks so. The report, first published in 2012 by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, ranks 155 countries according to happiness and well-being levels. Each year, researchers release the report in conjunction with March 20, the International Day of Happiness. This year, the report focuses on the social foundations … Read More

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Sore throat remedies

13 Natural Sore Throat Remedies for Fast Relief

A sore throat can come on at any time and its caused by a number of reasons. Some sore throats can be due to a bacterial infection, or strep throat, and some are viral infections. Either way, sore throats are very contagious and it’s important to address the issue as soon as symptoms develop. Thankfully, there are natural sore throat … Read More

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Dangers of fracking - Dr. Axe

Dangers of Fracking (Here’s What It’s Doing to Your Body)

When we talk about health, it’s impossible to ignore the impacts certain types of energy have on our breathing, wellness and even cancer risk. And as our country increasingly looks to ways to fuel the modern lifestyle, it’s important to note the potential health side effects of these tactics. Here, we focus on the dangers of fracking, particularly as it … Read More

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Nitrates - Dr. Axe

What Are Nitrates? Reasons to Avoid Nitrates + Better Alternatives

You may have heard of nitrates, but do you really know what they are? If you said that they help keep processed deli meats and hot dogs full of color, you would be correct. But they also help prevent the growth of harmful bacteria. So what are nitrates, and are they bad for you.? What Are Nitrates? Actually, there are nitrates and … Read More

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What is a sociopath - Dr. Axe

What Is a Sociopath? Key Traits, Causes & Current Treatments

Know someone who tends to be nervous, jittery, easily agitated or perhaps violent towards others at times? Worried that this person may have a serious psychological problem, and could potentially be a danger to those around them? You may find yourself asking, “What is a sociopath?” While only a very small percentage of people with antisocial personality traits — such … Read More

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