Dog Owners are Likely to Exercise Regularly

Dog Owners are Likely to Exercise Regularly






Dog Owners are Likely to Exercise Regularly Dog owners who walk their pets outside are more likely to have regular exercise habits, regardless of weather, according to a new study. Regular dog walkers were more active on days with cold, rainy weather, and on days with the worst weather conditions, they had 20% higher activity […]






Stress and Anxiety in The Digital Age

Stress and Anxiety in The Digital Age






Stress and Anxiety in The Digital Age $GOOG, $AAPL, $FB, $SNAP In this Digital Age the Internet has put connecting with friends, colleagues, partners  associates,  partners, and lots of other good stuff at our fingertips.. However, while digital connections have a clear advantages, “digital dependence” does not. Dependence on digital communication presents several physical and […]






The Data is Out, America Is Now a ‘2nd Tier’ Country

The Data is Out, America Is Now a ‘2nd Tier’ Country






The Data is Out, America Is Now a ‘2nd Tier’ Country Some 17 others outperform the US by a wide margin when it comes to well-being, that in part thanks to former President Barack Hussein Obama America leads the world with access to higher education. But, when it comes to health, environmental protection, and fighting discrimination, it […]






Low Dose Aspirin May Reduce Certain Cancer Risks

Low Dose Aspirin May Reduce Certain Cancer Risks






Low Dose Aspirin May Reduce Certain Cancer Risks An American study, a low daily dose of Aspirin could reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancer or dying from the disease. The research was recently presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research in Washington, DC. Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital and […]






US EPA Accused of Helping Monsanto (NYSE:MON) Cause Cancers in Consumers

US EPA Accused of Helping Monsanto (NYSE:MON) Cause Cancers in Consumers






US EPA Accused of Helping Monsanto (NYSE:MON) Cause Cancers in Consumers $MON, $SMG, $DOW 800+ people with cancer are suing Monsanto (NYSE:MON), the maker of Roundup, claiming the glyphosate-based herbicide made them sick, and the company did little to warn the consumers, despite full well knowing cancer risks existed. In Y 2015, glyphosate, the active […]






Lack of Sleep Can Lead to Heart Disease and Stroke

Lack of Sleep Can Lead to Heart Disease and Stroke






Lack of Sleep Can Lead to Heart Disease and Stroke Not getting enough sleep can 2X the chances of dying from heart disease or stroke, particularly in people with risk factors like diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure and cholesterol, US researchers said Wednesday. The findings in the Journal of the American Heart Association were based […]






Italian Style Coffee Lowers Risk of Prostate Cancer

Italian Style Coffee Lowers Risk of Prostate Cancer






Italian Style Coffee Lowers Risk of Prostate Cancer New European research, published this week in the International Journal of Cancer, has added to the growing body of evidence that Coffee can have a protective effect against prostate cancer. Carried out by the Department of Epidemiology and Prevention – I.R.C.C.S. Neuromed, Italy, in collaboration with the […]






A Glass of Wine, a Pint of Beer May be Heart Healthy

A Glass of Wine, a Pint of Beer May be Heart Healthy






A Glass of Wine, a Pint of Beer May be Heart Healthy Having a drink of wine or beer daily may help protect one’s heart against disease, a large-scale study suggests. But drinking alcohol to excess can increase your risk for a variety of heart problems, the study showed. Researchers tracked more than 1.9-M healthy […]






‘Healthy’ Obese Face Higher Heart Attack Risk

‘Healthy’ Obese Face Higher Heart Attack Risk






‘Healthy’ Obese Face Higher Heart Attack Risk Even without high blood pressure or other signs of illness, obese adults have a much higher risk of developing heart disease than normal-weight peers, according to a new study from Denmark. The results contradict recent research suggesting a subgroup of obese individuals known as “metabolically healthy obese” may […]






Some Dogs Were Born to Run

Some Dogs Were Born to Run






Some Dogs Were Born to Run Recently, researchers from the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California, Santa Cruz conducted a study of energy use in dogs. Interestingly, they started their endeavor with the simple goal of calibrating a special collar they developed to study how Wolves use energy. They decided to […]






High Blood Pressure can Lead to Stroke, Heart Problems & Kidney Disease +

High Blood Pressure can Lead to Stroke, Heart Problems & Kidney Disease +






High Blood Pressure can Lead to Stroke, Heart Problems & Kidney Disease + $CRRVF The new study shows public health efforts to improve blood pressure control are working, but “there are still disparities that still affect minorities,” said senior author Dr. Edgar Argulian, of Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital in New York City. Treatment of […]






Pessimism Can Take a Toll on Our Health

Pessimism Can Take a Toll on Our Health






Pessimism Can Take a Toll on Our Health According to some  recent research,2,3,4 people with health anxiety have a significantly higher risk of developing heart disease compared to those who do not worry about it in the absence of any serious symptoms. In all, 7,050 people filled out questionnaires to assess their overall health, including thoughts […]






The Great Recession Is Over, and America is Running on Empty

The Great Recession Is Over, and America is Running on Empty






The Great Recession Is Over, and America is Running on Empty A Gallup study of US growth and productivity finds there has been NO economic recovery. “The Great Recession may be over, but America is running on empty,” writes Jim Clifton, Chairman/CEO at Gallup. The US Council on Competitiveness asked Gallup to conduct, pro bono, […]






The Key Reasons Children are Obese

The Key Reasons Children are Obese






The Key Reasons Children are Obese Childhood obesity has more than 2X’d in children and 4X’d in adolescents over the past 30 years, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The Big Q: Why? The Big A: A study conducted by British researchers sought to find out. They discovered that some of the […]






Caffeine Not Tied to Irregular Heartbeats in Heart Failure Patients

Caffeine Not Tied to Irregular Heartbeats in Heart Failure Patients






Caffeine Not Tied to Irregular Heartbeats in Heart Failure Patients Contrary to conventional thinking, drinking high doses of caffeine might not cause the heart to beat irregularly in heart failure patients, a study showed Monday. The relationship between caffeine consumption and the triggering of arrhythmias, or irregular heartbeats, has been explored for decades but remains […]






Eat Raspberries, They are a Superfood

Eat Raspberries, They are a Superfood






Eat Raspberries, They are a Superfood Studies recently released at the 2016 Experimental Biology conference in San Diego points to raspberries as a Superfood. In general, the studies found that Red raspberries have multiple health benefits ranging from fighting inflammation and boosting cardiovascular and liver function to keeping glucose levels in check. Below are the […]






JD Power’s Rates Porsche Dependability and Quality Tops

JD Power’s Rates Porsche Dependability and Quality Tops






JD Power’s Rates Porsche Dependability and Quality Tops $POAHY Porsche (OTCMKT:POAHY) scores at or near the Top of most research on car dependability and quality. Porsche also sells fewer cars than almost any of the other brands considered in the surveys. In JD Power 2016 US Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study, Porsche ranked […]






Expert Scientists Don’t Agree On Cancer-causing Potential of Glyphosate

Expert Scientists Don’t Agree On Cancer-causing Potential of Glyphosate






Expert Scientists Don’t Agree On Cancer-causing Potential of Glyphosate $MON Tuesday, one of the nation’s scientific bodies said it found no evidence that GMO crops are bad for human health. In its 400-page report the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine says its review of Key studies and years of disease data showed no […]






The Reason We Do Not Sleep Well In Strange Places

The Reason We Do Not Sleep Well In Strange Places






The Reason We Do Not Sleep Well In Strange Places A new study suggests that 1/2 of the brain remains on high alert during the 1st night of sleep in a new space. Over the course of 3 experiments on 35 young, healthy volunteers, researchers measured brain activity during 2 consecutive nights of sleep. They […]






MENA M&A Flat In Q-1 of This Year

MENA M&A Flat In Q-1 of This Year






MENA M&A Flat In Q-1 of This Year The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has recorded 13 M&A’s (mergers and acquisitions) in Q-1 of Y 2016, an unchanged number from the same frae in Y 2015, a study showed on Monday. But the total value of these deals dropped by 39.7% to US$1.5-B […]