Friday Apr 18
Daily Cherry Consumption Adds Powerful Punch to a Healthier Diet
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Getting better sleep may hold the key to enhanced health
Susan Chipps had always been a good sleeper, but a change of jobs in 2007 left the 58-year-old former elementary school teacher counting sheep.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFLs): Blue Wavelength Light and Cancer Risk, Pt 3
To create fluorescent light in a CFL bulb, the incoming 60Hz electrical "house" current is raised to 20,000Hz to 100,000Hz to electrically excite the mercury within the glass tubing, which releases UVC radiation, and blue wavelength light radiation - the wavelength of light just below violet light on the color spectrum.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
The Washington Post
To get better sleep, which foods should you seek and which should you avoid?
Sleep. Oh, to sleep. A good night's sleep is often a struggle for more than half of American adults .
Mon Apr 14, 2014
12 Bedtime Snacks/Drinks That Can Help You Sleep Better
There is plenty of advice available to cure insomnia. For example, the fruit alphabet is said to promote sleep.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Straight Talk: Teen anxious about not falling asleep -- wants help
Dear Straight Talk: I'm 15. Most nights, I cannot fall asleep. I haven't used Adderall as a study drug all school year, and actually, reading Straight Talk's column on it made me get off it.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
No Sleep? 5 Tips To Wake Up After A Long, Sleepless Night
It's no secret that insufficient sleep will wreak havoc on your productivity, attention, and mental capacity in general.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
The case for darkness
According to Paul Ricketts, who spoke at the Swaner Ecocenter on Thursday, says light pollution poses a threat to humans and the world we live in.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
The upside of catching some rays
Discovery Health reports on research that shows morning sunlight is best because that's when our body clocks are the most responsive to the sunlight.
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Researchers at Baton Rouge's Pennington Biomedical Research Center are looking at traditional fruits and vegetables for cures to some of America's most serious diseases.
How To Beat Jet Lag Like A Pro
From her laid-back, effortless style to a fresh, ahead-of-the-trend beauty aesthetic, Lauren Conrad is a girl after our own heart.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Online survey reveals new epidemic of sleeplessness
New online research, conducted to coincide with the publication of Professor Richard Wiseman's latest book Night School, suggests that nearly six in ten of adults in Britain - over 28 million people - are now sleep deprived and getting seven hours or less sleep each night.
9 Benefits of Hazelnuts You Didn't Know
Hazelnuts are not only delicious; they are surprisingly nutritious. As with other foods in the nut family, hazelnuts have unsaturated fat, and are extremely rich in protein and vitamins.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
The shocking ingredient in natural medicine
So you think your medicine is natural. Ever wonder what's inside? A product can be labeled "natural" if the main ingredient is from an animal, plant, or mineral.
Eat, drink, sleep: 10 foods and drinks to help you sleep
Mover over, Thanksgiving turkey -- elk meat is the real master when it comes to delivering sleep-inducing doses of tryptophan.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
The Modesto Bee
Bee Healthy: Unplug from electronics to get restful night's sleep
It’s 10:30 at night and you’re lying in bed watching TV, scanning the Facebook news feed, responding to emails and text-messaging your BFF.
Light pollution could be contributing to cancer, depression, and obesity
Air and water pollution are pretty understandable health risks. But light pollution? It sounds a little hokey at first.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
The Globe and Mail
What you need to know about your internal rhythms to make the most of your day
What you need to know about your internal rhythms to make the most of your day Add to ... Health Advisor is a regular column where contributors share their knowledge in fields ranging from fitness to sychology, pediatrics to aging.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
Are sleeping pills really helping you?
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The Huffington Post
Margaret I. Cuomo, M.D.: Sleep, Stress Management and Cancer Prevention
Many of us have learned that a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits and whole grains, daily physical exercise, and protecting our skin from the sun can significantly reduce our cancer risk.