Probiotics: If you don’t just poop them out, they may muck up your guts
There’s a pungent cloud of hype and hope around probiotics—and researchers have long tried to clear the air about what the bowel-blasting products can ( and mostly can’t) Read more on Arstechnica
Workplace Eating Habits Up Health Risks
Hospital employees are what they eat … at work. A new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine finds that hospital employees who purchased the least healthy food in the Read more
Posture impacts how you perceive your food
Standing just for a few minutes while eating can mute taste buds, impacting taste evaluation, temperature perception and overall consumption volume. Original Article: Posture impacts how you perceive your Read more on Science Daily
Broccoli may help fight off schizophrenia: study
Broccoli, for years hailed as a cancer-fighter and a great source of vitamin C, calcium and B vitamins, is now being seen as a safer way to manage schizophrenia. Source: Broccoli may help Read more
Fast walkers may live longer, study says
People whose body weight range from underweight to obese have a longer life expectancy if they walk more briskly compared to those in the same weight category who don’t. Source: Fast Read more
Why sharing AirPods is the best way to run with friends
At first glance, you might think it’s gross, but sharing Airpods is actually a really great way to pass the miles with your running buddy. Source: Why sharing airpods is the best way Read more
Mediterranean diet may protect against late-life depression
Data presented here suggest that adhering to a Mediterranean diet may protect against the development of depressive symptoms in older age. Source: Mediterranean diet may protect against Read more
Mixed health benefits associated with midday napping in those with type 2 diabetes
Napping in the day may have mixed health benefits in people with type 2 diabetes, researchers have said. A complex relationship exists between sleep and diabetes, so Japanese researchers Read more
Trying Physical Therapy First For Low Back Pain May Curb Use Of Opioids
A study of patients with low back pain finds that those who got physical therapy first needed fewer pricey scans and surgeries and had “significantly lower out-of-pocket costs” Read more
Newborn’s ‘Microbiome’ Could Give Clues to Weight Later
A newborn’s first stool holds telltale clues about his risk for becoming an overweight 3-year-old, according to a European study. Source: Newborn’s ‘Microbiome’ Read more
Why Are So Many Teen Athletes Struggling With Depression?
When high-school sports replicate the training methods and intensity seen at the college level, players feel the toll. Source: Why Are So Many Teen Athletes Struggling With Read more
Even a Little More Exercise Might Help Your Brain Stay Young
Alzheimer’s and dementia are not an inevitable part of normal aging, and a little exercise might help keep them at bay, a new study suggests. Source: Even a Little More Exercise Might Read more
Children who follow dietary, physical activity, sleep recommendations have fewer mental health visits
There is strong evidence linking lifestyle factors such as poor diet, sleep, and physical activity with chronic disease in children.  After adjusting for body weight and demographic Read more
Telogen effluvium: Symptoms, treatment, and recovery
Telogen effluvium is a form of temporary hair loss that usually happens several months after a person experiences a traumatic event or stress. The hair usually regrows within 6 to 9 months. Read more
Body Clock Scientist Determines What Time to Exercise to Boost Alertness
The results of a recent paper in the Journal of Physiology suggest that working out during two key windows during the day can affect the timing of someone’s internal clock. Read more
As we confront mental health issues, addressing eating disorders is crucial
Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any psychological illness. Every 62 minutes, at least one person in the U.S. dies as a direct result of an eating disorder. Source: As we Read more
Can you eat your way to better mental health? Study says yes
It is well known that eating lots of fruit and vegetables is good for your physical health, but our latest research suggests that it might be good for your mental health too. Source:Can Read more
Why to start your day with the ‘eat the frog’ technique to stop procrastinating
Ready to increase your productity and stop procrastionating? Try the ‘eat the frog’ technique, which—don’t worry—doesn’t actually involve eating frogs. Source: Read more
Body Positivity Basics in 5 days
Sign up below and I’ll send you 5 emails in 5 days, covering these five elements: Body positivity Intuitive eating Health at Every Size Beauty standards Body diversity Source:BODY Read more