Earth Lifestyle • Earth.com
03-31-2023
A quick daily walk reduces the risk of early death
Cardiovascular diseases, such as heart disease and stroke, are the leading cause of death globally, and were responsible for nearly 18 million deaths in 2019, while cancers caused 9.6 million deaths in 2017. Many studies have shown that moderate-intensity physical activity – such as brisk walking, hiking, dancing, riding a bike, or playing tennis – significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer.  Although UK’s National Health Services (NHS) has recommended that adults perform such activities at least 150 minutes a week, a recent review study...
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07-31-2017
People who consider themselves intuitive may not be accurate
Researchers at the University of Kent have established that just...
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07-30-2017
Studies give clues to communicating with dogmatic people
What makes dogmatic people – religious or not – so...
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07-29-2017
New texts reveal infertility treatments of the Middle Ages
We don’t need to read old religious medieval texts to...
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07-28-2017
Could broccoli be a secret cure for melanoma?
Scientists are working on a new treatment that drastically impacts...
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07-28-2017
Cork vs. screw cap: which wine tastes better?
As countless servers and bartenders will tell you, the invention...
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07-28-2017
Survey: Many unwilling to alter lifestyle to fight climate change
Despite overwhelming scientific evidence of manmade climate change, the topic...
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07-28-2017
Faking happiness at work may do more harm than good
Research has revealed that forcing a smile comes with an...
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07-28-2017
Study: Community racial bias linked to police use of lethal force
Researchers have determined that the number of African-Americans killed by...
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07-27-2017
Scientists explain why your brain’s Aha! moments occur
One of the many pleasures in life is when you...
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07-27-2017
Air pollution exposure during pregnancy linked to birth problems
Researchers at NYU School of Medicine have determined that exposure...
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07-27-2017
Study: Men have as many work-family conflicts as women
According to the American Psychology Association, men report just as...
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07-26-2017
As e-cigarettes get more popular, more smokers are quitting
Data from the Center for Disease Control has reported a...
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