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Miscarriage Tied to Commonly Used Chemicals

A hidden danger may increase the likelihood of miscarriage in women.

Data suggests exposure to synthetic chemicals commonly used in food packaging and elsewhere may increase a woman’s risk for miscarriage in the second trimester.

, May 04, 2020


A “Nature Pill” Could be Your Antidote to Stress

Finding a way to relieve your stress may be as simple as walking outdoors.

Research from the University of Michigan published in Frontiers in Psychology shows time in nature will significantly lower your stress hormone levels.

, April 27, 2020


Exercise Improves Metabolism More than Previously Thought

Exercise has always been thought to improve metabolism but new research proves it.

The results of a new study show the benefits of exercise on metabolism are more profound than researchers previously understood.

, April 20, 2020


Low Vitamin D May be a Pain in the Back

Low levels of vitamin D may be the reason your back is bothering you.

A new report in the journal Menopause from the North American Menopause Society shows a deficiency in vitamin D is associated with disc degeneration and lower back pain, especially in postmenopausal women.

, April 13, 2020


Inconsistent Sleep Times Could Lead to Heart Trouble

Going to sleep later than normal makes your heart beat faster.

Researchers have discovered by analyzing data from wearable technology that not having a consistent sleep time affects your resting heart rate.

, March 30, 2020


Low Fiber Diet Linked to High Blood Pressure

Previously thought of in only protective terms, fiber is being looked at differently now.

Researchers have discovered a low-fiber diet may actually be a cause of high blood pressure.

, March 23, 2020


Refined Carbs Linked to Sleep Problems

Think about what you eat if you don't want to count sheep while trying to fall asleep.

A new study from Columbia University found women who consumed a diet high in refined carbohydrates and sugar were more likely to develop insomnia.

, March 16, 2020


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