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NEW RESEARCH: Feeling stressed? Bike to work

  NEW RESEARCH: Feeling stressed? Bike to work A Concordia study shows how a pedal-powered commute can set you up for the whole day New research from Concordia’s John Molson School of Business (JMSB) has found that cycling can help …

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Binge-watching has long-term impact

Click for a full size image   Binge-watching has long-term impact Older Game of Thrones fans planning a marathon recap before the new TV season premieres might want to reconsider binge-watching their favourite show. Research from The University of Queensland …

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Flat head syndrome usually not serious

Image: Thinkstock/AppleZoomZoom Click for a full size image   Flat head syndrome usually not serious HERSHEY, Pa. — The number of infants who develop flat head syndrome — deformational plagiocephaly — has increased significantly since the start of the Back …

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Program helps stressed teens shake it off

Young people listen to an average 18 hours of music a week Click for a full size image   Program helps stressed teens shake it off For high school students suffering from academic anxiety, Taylor Swift or Kanye West might …

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Eating in Season Packs a Powerful Punch

Click for a full size image   Eating in Season Packs a Powerful Punch Eating in season is not a fleeting fad. If you’re interested in eating well and getting nutrition from fruits and vegetables, eating in season is all …

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General ways to improve sleep

  General ways to improve sleep Many things can interfere with sleep, ranging from anxiety to an unusual work schedule. People who have difficulty sleeping often discover that their daily routine holds the key to nighttime woes. First-line strategies Before …

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Here’s What Oppressive Heat Does to You

Here’s What Oppressive Heat Does to You Dehydration and electrolyte imbalance can be the byproducts of overheating, according to Dr. Jaiva Larsen of Banner – University Medical Center Tucson. By Robin Tricoles How hot is too hot? You might not …

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