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Listening to classical music might become a novel therapy for epilepsy patients.
Researchers in Canada saw epilepsy patients reduce their seizure count by 35 percent after listening to Mozart daily for three months.
June 15, 2020
The amount of natural light office workers see can make a difference in their lives.
A newly released study showed office workers exposed to natural light during the day slept an average of 37 additional minutes at night and scored 42 percent better on cognitive tests compared to those exposed to only artificial light.
June 08, 2020
Improving your memory may be as simple as going out for a jog.
Researchers at UT Southwestern in Dallas were able to use imaging technology to map blood flow changes in the brain to areas associated with memory as a result of aerobic exercise.
June 01, 2020
Deaths of despair are on the rise but a new study shows how to reverse that trend.
Researchers from Harvard University found people who attend religious services at least once per week are significantly less likely to die from deaths of despair.
May 18, 2020
It appears damage caused by chemical exposure is not permanent.
Researchers at Harvard Medical School saw fertility issues in nematodes triggered by BPA reversed with the use of coenzyme Q10.
May 11, 2020
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
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 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