Studies

The Surprise Health Benefit of Walking

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Your brain is boosted by your feet hitting the ground. ↓ Many people are obsessed with counting their daily steps, trying to hit 10,000, and for good reason. Walking has a host of health benefits, from helping prevent osteoporosis, to lifting the mood, to burning calories. Now...

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Cinnamon to the Rescue

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Fight extra holiday pounds with this common spice.   ↓ Bring on the mulled cider with cinnamon sticks! A new study looks at how cinnamon’s essential oil, called cinnamaldehyde, might protect people against obesity, as well as prevent abnormally high blood sugar levels (called hyperglycemia). ↓ Scientists had previously known that cinnamon...

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Nip Regret in the Bud

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Practical suggestions to avoid that nagging sensation of regret. ↓ In one of the most famous lines in cinema history, an anguished Marlon Brando, as Terry Malloy in On the Waterfront, says “I coulda been a contender.” He coulda been somebody, but he got “a one-way ticket to...

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4 Ways to Take Responsibility for Your Career

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↓ Career Responsibility Requires Action, Responsibility, and Ownership From You   It's not my fault. How many times did you say that as a child? The question is, as an adult, are you still saying that it's not your fault? One of the important things about your career is...

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