Tag: Study

Feed Cats Once A Day Research Says

Typical advice when it comes to caring for indoor housecats is to feed them smaller meals throughout the day. But according to a recent study that’s not the healthiest for them. Kate Shoveller, a professor at the University of Guelph’s

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Giving Babies Wheat Very Early May Prevent Celiac Disease

In the latest study regarding allergy development in children; it seems that the risk for developing the allergic/autoimmune disorder known as celiac disease might be eliminated if infants were exposed to gluten as early as 4 months of age. The

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Dads Have Less Depression After Spending Time With Kids

A new study shows that fathers may need parental leave as much as mothers do. Maybe it’s time to rethink how we support families with new babies. The issue is postpartum depression. While this has long been recognized in mothers,

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Cute Animal Videos Reduce Anxiety And Stress: Study Shows

A collaborative survey done by the University of Leeds and Tourism Western Australia has found that watching videos of cute animals can significantly reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. For the study, 19 participants, including 15 students who were due

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Stress Eating Is Up In 2020, What People Are Eating

When it comes to stress one thing we need to think about is how we respond to it, and it looks like in 2020 more people are using food as a coping mechanism. In a poll of 2,000 people from

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Poor Sleep Makes A Good Day Seem Less So, Study Shows

According to new research, from The University of British Columbia and Pennsylvania State University, getting less sleep can lead to you having a stronger emotional reaction to a bad day, and less of a reaction to the positive things in life.

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Research Shows 2 Minute Workout Improves Study Time

It is back to school time and that’s going to mean plenty of people hitting the books to study. If you or a student you know ever find yourself struggling to take in the information on the page; consider getting

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LinkedIn Online Courses Free For The Month

LinkedIn has just released it’s 3rd annual list of Most Popular Courses on its Learning platform. Unsurprisingly, the most popular course of the year has to do with handling what many had to; working from home. It’s called “Time Management:

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Study Shows Dogs Are Excited By Owners Affection

In a new study conducted by Canine Cottages, four different dogs were outfitted with special heart rate tracking collars and put through a series of scenarios to show what gets them excited when interacting with their owners. By tracking the heart rate

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Having A Trip Planned Can Boost Happiness

A new poll conducted by the Institute for Applied Positive Research has found that simply planning a trip can help boost happiness and alleviate stress. The survey, conducted by NORC at the University of Chicago, found that just 14 percent of American

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