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NAPS AND NIGHT TIME SLEEP IMPROVES THINKING

naps sleep thinkingConcerned that a midday snooze might ruin a good night's sleep? Fret not; ongoing research indicates that napping has little effect on sleep onset - and that a nap today may be beneficial for mental processing tomorrow.

MODERATE EXERCISE CAN IMPROVE SLEEP FOR INSOMNIACS

exercise sleep insomniaAn acute session of moderate aerobic exercise, but not heavy aerobic or moderate strength exercises, can reduce the anxiety state and improve the sleep quality of insomnia patients, according to research.

THE MORE YOU SLEEP THE LONGER YOU LIVE

sleep live longerIt's done in bed, it feels great and most Americans don't get enough of it. It's sleep, of course, the most undervalued contributor to optimum health and performance.

CHILD SLEEP PROBLEMS LINKED TO BEHAVIORAL DIFFICULTIES

sleep problems bahavioral difficultiesChildren who sleep less may be more likely to report symptoms of anxiety, depression and aggression later in life, according to a new report.

POOR SLEEP LINKED TO EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DISTURBANCES AND ADHD

sleep adhdPoor sleep may increase the odds of emotional, and behavioral disturbances including ADHD.

SLEEP PROBLEMS ACCOMPANY ADHD

LACK OF SLEEP INCREASES HEALTH RISKS

insomnia health risksInsomniacs are fat smokers, prone to drinking heavily and doing little exercise, according to one of the biggest sleep surveys in the world.

CHIROPRACTIC HELPING VERTIGO - SCIENTIFIC PROOF

vertigo chiropracticBelow is some excerpts of research into Chiropractic helping Vertigo...

CHIROPRACTIC REDUCING HEARING LOSS - SCIENTIFIC PROOF

hearing chiropracticBelow is a selection of excerpts from research documenting improvements in hearing following Chiropractic Care...

Can You Hear Me Now?

Hearing loss is more than just a pain in the neck; it's a brain thing too.

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ALCOHOL MORE DETRIMENTAL TO WOMEN

Drunk WomanAlcohol consumption more severely affects women than men, according to a new study.

ALCOHOL LINKED TO BRAIN SHRINKAGE

BRAIN STUDY OF DRUNK DRIVERS PINPOINTS DAMAGE

Drink DrivingImaging studies of the brain when under the influence of alcohol reveal that different areas of the brain are impaired under high and low levels of alcohol.

MEDITERRANEAN DIET MAY HELP STOP DIABETES

Mediterranean FoodA Mediterranean diet rich in fruits and vegetables - already known to protect against heart disease - also appears to help ward off diabetes, according to Spanish researchers. 

10 THINGS YOUR GROCERY STORE DOESN'T WANT YOU TO KNOW

Shopping TrolleyGrocery shopping seems like a harmless enough activity. It’s a chore, but it’s one that most of us do at least once a week, without giving much thought to what’s going on behind the scenes at the supermarket.

HEALTHY FOODS ARE TOO EXPENSIVE

Research has shown that eating right, is getting so expensive that millions can't afford it.

DIETARY STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING BLOOD GLUCOSE, FATS, INFLAMMATION, AND HEART HEALTH

The highly processed, calorie-full, nutrient-deficient diet favored in the western cultures frequently leads to exaggerated “supraphysiological” spikes in blood glucose and lipids soon after eating junk.

CHIROPRACTIC AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE - AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

Impressive are some of the spectacular results reported by early chiropractors in patients with infectious diseases.

SELECTIVE REPORTING OF ANTIDEPRESSANT TRIALS EXAGGERATES EFFECTIVENESS

Selective publication in reporting results of antidepressant trials exaggerates the effectiveness of the drugs, according to a report in the January 17 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.

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