by Patti and Doug Wood In neighborhoods across the country, telecom crews are busy installing new wireless antennas on telephone poles and lamp posts in anticipation of the next generation of communication technology, known as 5G. There’s a lot of hype about how this new technology will change our lives, and it certainly may, but not necessarily in the way we want or expect.
Embrace the Psychology of Eating by Marlaina Donato Anyone that has struggled to lose weight, eat right or deal with an eating disorder is familiar with the emotional battle that can evolve from the simple act of seeking sustenance.
25 Years of Natural Awakenings by Jan Hollingsworth The year was 1994. America Online opened the first gateway to the World Wide Web; Jeff Bezos founded the fledgling behemoth Amazon; and Deepak Chopra installed the first bricks on his path to enlightenment with the publication of his book The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success: A Practical Guide to the Fulfillment of Your Dreams.
by Jennifer Smith It is no secret that emergency room visits increase during the holiday season, with stress being the main contributor. From the physical stress of food and drink overindulgence,
Tips from a Rock Star Doctor by April Thompson The holidays can emulate a rock star’s life: a wearying travel schedule and social calendar, overindulging in rich food and drink, restless nights in unfamiliar beds. Fortunately, celebrity tips and tricks can help us through a hectic season, according to Gabrielle Francis, naturopath and author of The Rockstar Remedy: A Rock & Roll Doctor’s Prescription for Living a Long, Healthy Life.
Health Benefits of Popular Holiday Dish Serving yams with a holiday dinner helps protect liver health, new research shows. Scientists from the University of Mississippi
Harmful Effects of Being Sedentary Sitting too much thins the medial temporal lobe (MTL), the part of the brain known for forming new memories, reports a study from the University
Ways to Increase Longevity Analyzing why Americans have a lower life expectancy when compared to most other developed countries, Harvard researchers used 34 years of data