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STUDY: Hope Can Save People From Making Bad Choices

A new study has confirmed the idea that hope may help prevent you from doing things that are bad for you. The researchers at the University of East Anglia, in the U.K., wanted to find out why some people are

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STUDY: Even ‘Light’ Smoking Can Be Addictive

A new study finds that even casual smokers can also be suffering from Tobacco Use Disorder, also known as nicotine addiction. Tobacco use disorder is the most common substance use disorder in the United States. Approximately 60% to 80% of current smokers fulfill classic

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This Trick Helps You Stick to New Year’s Resolutions

Are you struggling to stick to your New Years Resolutions? Turns out the trouble could be in the phrasing. Whatever your New Year’s resolutions, here’s an evidence-based way to make them stick for longer. Instead of telling yourself you’ll stop

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Study Says Traveling Frequently After COVID Will Make You Happier

Isolation is wearing on everyone’s nerves during the coronavirus pandemic. Almost everyone is tired of being cooped up and unable to partake in their usual relaxation. But there is an end to the darkness in sight, a light at the

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Fast Food Stall Unearthed At Pompeii

A 2,000-year-old fast-food stall unearthed from the ash of Pompeii has given researchers new clues about the snacking habits of the ancient Romans. The ornate snack bar counter, called a thermopolium, decorated with polychrome patterns and frozen by volcanic ash,

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Lamb, Wine, And Cheese Consumption Slows Cognitive Decline – Study Says

In the battle against Alzheimer’s disease, cheese and red wine may be two of our biggest allies. That’s according to a study led by researchers at Iowa State University and published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. These researchers looked at “how diet is

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Study Says Workers Want To Keep Working From Home After Pandemic

A new study says that over 50 percent of Americans want to continue working from home after the pandemic ends. In the study released by the Pew Research Center on Wednesday, researchers surveyed the experiences of 5,858 U.S. adults who

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Study Shows Only A Little Daily Exercise Needed To Live Longer

A new study has come out suggesting that if you work out just a little each day you stand a good chance of extending your life. All you need is 11 minutes a day, according to a study published in the British

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Study Says Drinking Hot Cocoa Could Make You Smarter

A new study finds drinking cocoa is not just a sweet choice, it may also be the “smart” choice as well. Researchers at the University of Birmingham find consuming flavanol-rich foods, something commonly found in cocoa, increases the drinker’s mental

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Study Says Age Is No Barrier To Losing Weight

The good news is you can successfully lose weight at any age. The bad is you can no longer blame your weight gain on getting older. Because it looks like age doesn’t play that much of a role in your

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