Smart Ways to Soothe an Upset Stomach

As we surge through the holidays eating at all different times and enjoying everything from lavish buffets to sitdown dinners, our stomachs do not always hang in there. Right after eating, or an hour or so later, you may feel bloated and uncomfortable. Or you may have a burning sensation, feel queasy or even throw […]

The Depressing Effect Of Cell Phones On Romance

Researchers from Baylor University have confirmed what some people in relationships may have suspected for awhile: Cell phones can damage romantic relationships and lead to depression. The study was designed around two separate surveys which were given to 453 adults. A major factor of the research was to gain a better understanding of “pphubbing” or […]

Better Breakfasts Linked To HIgher Grades

For the first time researchers have been able to find evidence linking eating a healthy breakfast to higher academic performance. The study included 5,000 participants who were between the ages of 9-11 years old and from more than 100 different elementary schools. The child participants had the quality of their breakfasts tracked for 6-18 months […]

Drinking More Coffee Reduces Risk Of Diabetes

Past studies have shown how drinking coffee can reduce the risk of diabetes, but it wasn’t until recently that the focus was turned towards how increasing coffee consumption over a period of years affects the likelihood of developing diabetic symptoms. New research looked at how people who increased their consumption of coffee or tea over […]

Research Shows How Exercise Keeps The Mind Young

Being physically fit has often been associated with a corresponding mental fitness. This correlation becomes especially noticeable as people grow older. Yet what exactly is the connection between keeping the body active, and a youthfulness of mind? New research using the power of neuroimaging technology is providing insight into how activity in different parts of […]