August 2014


imagewoman120x170.jpgWomen Seen As Objects, Not People In Sexualized Images

Perfume ads, beer billboards, movie posters: everywhere you look, women's sexualized bodies are on display. A new study published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, finds that both men and women see images of sexy women's bodies as objects, while they see sexy-looking men as people.

To read the full article Women Seen As Objects, Not People In Sexualized Images, click here.
Busywomansitting-170x170.jpgProlonged periods of sitting may increase the risk of Type 2 diabetes in women. In the study, a woman's likelihood of having risk factors for diabetes, such as insulin resistance and chronic inflammation, increased with the more time she spent sitting. No such link was found in men.

To read the full article Prolonged Sitting May Increase Women's Diabetes Risk
healthyv150x170.jpgThe community of bacteria in the vagina that is considered "healthy" for a woman can vary a lot between individuals, a new study suggests. The finding is contrary to the prevailing idea that some vaginal microbes are nearly universally good for a woman's health while others are bad.

To read the full story What Constitutes a 'Healthy' Vagina?
healthyheart140x170.jpgResisting a Rest? Revival Tips for Women on the Go-Go-Go

It's 6 a.m., and Alena Burley's alarm clock is screaming. By 7:30, the 23-year-old from Tallahassee, Florida, has walked her dog, eaten an egg-white omelet, showered, dressed, and driven 30 minutes to her third-grade teaching job.

To read the full story Resisting a Rest? Revival Tips for Women on the Go-Go-Go
coffee170x170.jpgResearchers tracking health and coffee consumption found that coffee drinkers had a lower risk of death during the course of the study. Subjects who averaged four or five cups per day fared best, though it's not clear why.

To read the full story Coffee Linked to Lower Risk of Death
raspberryketone134x170.jpgDr. Oz Weighs In. Until recently, very few people had ever heard of raspberry ketones, the aromatic compounds that give the berries their distinctive smell. Today, health food stores have trouble keeping the capsules or drops of the stuff on their shelves.

To read the full story Are Raspberry Ketones a 'Miracle' Fat Burner?
salmonfarm170x130.jpg7 Foods You Should Never Eat

Food scientists are shedding light on items loaded with toxins and chemicals--and simple swaps for a cleaner diet and supersized health. This means choosing fruits, vegetables, and meats that are raised, grown, and sold with minimal processing. Often they're organic, and rarely (if ever) should they contain additives.

To read the full article  7 Foods You Should Never Eat, click here.
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Six "Grow Younger" Nutrients I Take Every Day


Nutritionists have long been interested in the dynamics of telomere length in the body, and how telomeres figure in to human health and life expectancy. Telomeres  were first discovered in 1973 by Alexey Olovnikov.

To read the full article Six "Grow Younger" Nutrients I Take Every Day, click here.
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Understanding The Real Causes of Ageing


First and most important is the brainwashing people have from society and the media around the ageing process. As soon as we are born, we soon learn about the negative things we can expect from being older, because of society's fear around ageing.

To read the full article Understanding The Real Causes of Ageing, click here.
exercisewater130x170.jpgBeing Physically Active Might Lengthen the Lives of People with Breast and Colon Cancer, a New Study Suggests.

Exercise may also benefit patients with other cancers, but there is no substantial evidence to make that claim, the researchers added.

To read the full article Being Physically Active Might Lengthen the Lives of People with Breast and Colon Cancer, a New Study Suggests, click here.
drving-140x170.jpgLong Commute to Work May Also Drive You to Poor Health!

According to the US Census Bureau, American workers now spend about 25 minutes getting to work, on average. Only about 3 1/2 percent walk or ride their bike. That means a lot of extra time sitting down most days of the week.

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Depression Later in Life May Mean Higher Dementia Risk


A new study shows that middle-aged and elderly men and women who suffer from depression may be at a higher risk of developing dementia.

To read the full article Depression Later in Life May Mean Higher Dementia Risk, click here.