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Should You Take Your Child’s Phone Away At Bedtime?

Posted on November 14th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat, it seems that the social media outlets available at the palm of our hands are endless. In addition to social networks, we have an entire app store of games, music apps, and video streaming services readily available on our mobile devices. While these apps allow us to connect with friends […]

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Are Your Sleeping Habits Causing You To Overeat?

Posted on November 11th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

Are you getting enough rest? Do you find yourself munching on snacks the day after a poor night’s sleep? Studies have suggested that sleep deprivation affects the hormones that control appetite. Lack of sleep may heighten your desire for food as a reward. 172 individuals participated in 11 sleep studies white the designs of the […]

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Is There A Correlation Between Watching TV And The Risk Of Fatal Blood Clots?

Posted on August 10th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

A new study shows that the more television you watch, the greater risk of a fatal blood clot. 86,024 generally healthy individuals were studied by Japanese researchers. The participants filled out questionnaires with items about health, lifestyle, including time spent watching television. At a follow-up 19 years after the study began, there were 59 deaths […]

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What Most People Don’t Know About Car Insurance

Posted on April 20th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

What Most People Don’t Know About Car Insurance Recent studies show that drivers are unfairly paying too much money for auto insurance. Most people are not aware that you can receive a large discount if you have not received a ticket or been in an accident in the past 3 years. Or that certain zip […]

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Caffeinated Products and Cardiac Ectopy

Posted on March 16th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

Caffeinated products are typically not advised for individuals with irregular heartbeats. However, new research may suggest that they may not have to cut out coffee. Researchers had 1,388 people drink coffee, tea, and chocolate over a one-year period. They used Holter monitors to get 24-hour electrocardiograms. Over 60 percent of participants reported consuming one or […]

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