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Prevent Cancer in 5 Hours

A new study suggests more than 45,000 cancers a year could be prevented by meeting the five-hour recommendation every week.

Coffee Reduces Arrhythmia Risk?

According to research in JAMA Internal Medicine, drinking coffee appears to reduce arrhythmia risk, particularly the risk of tachycardia.

Listening: Key to Brain Health

Study findings in JAMA Network Open revealed that having people around you who will listen was associated with greater cognitive resilience.

Counter the Couch Potato

According to recent research a single minute of moderate to vigorous exercise offsets 14 minutes of sedentary behavior.

Eat the Pain Away

The typical Western diet can lead to inflammatory & neuropathic pain, while a diet high in omega-3 fatty acids can reduce or reverse pain.

Tell Your Cells to Burn Fat

According to new research, exercise actually motivates your cells to activate their fat-burning capabilities.

Relieve Stress, Relieve Allergies?

If you suffer from allergies, your inability to manage or reduce stress can only make your allergy symptoms worse.

Brain Health Starts Early

New research findings suggest brain health may begin early in life with a simple activity: consistent exercise.

Remember More: Take Breaks!

Expanding time intervals between individual learning events can help retain more information for a longer time.

Fish Oil for Migraines

New research published suggests a diet high in fish oil (instead of vegetable oil) may be the key for migraine sufferers.

Why You're Hurting

Your pillow can do more damage than good if it's not the right pillow for your anatomy and sleeping position.

The Sad State of Screen Time

A study has shown that every extra hour spent using social media or television, adolescents are more likely to express depressive symptoms.

Don't Reach the 14-Day Mark

Any rest and relaxation should still include some activity or you could suffer health consequences in as few as 14 days.

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