Wellbody Recipe: The Gift Of Nuts

  What’s nut to love? A handful of nuts a day may keep heart disease and strokes away, according to researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, who published a large study in The...

Later School Start Times To Let Seattle Teens Sleep In

Seattle will soon become one of the nation’s largest districts to start public high schools later, at 8:45 a.m., to align with teen sleep cycles. “This is a great win for our students,” Seattle School Board Vice President Sharon Peaslee told The...

The Evolution Of Oral Hygiene

The Evolution Of Oral Hygiene By Bryana Allen | Nov 18, 2015 Throughout history, humans have always searched for ways to care for their teeth. The records reveal as we grow and evolve, so does our understanding of oral hygiene and disease. Here’s a timeline of...

Tips For Coping With “Fall Back” Time Change

Drat. The movement to abolish daylight saving time hasn’t yet gained enough steam to stop the twice yearly changing of the clocks. Research shows that messing with our circadian rhythms during the semi-annual back-and-forth results in more heart attacks, traffic...

Healthy No-Sugar Halloween Treats

Spooky! Sugar may actually shrink your brain, according to research published in Neurology that links chronically high levels of blood glucose to a smaller hippocampus. Horrifying! The average child’s trick-or-treat bag bulges with 4,800 calories, 3 cups of...
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