Staying present may help planners minimize stress.

A study finds that planning while mindfully staying in the moment may improve responses to stressful events.A new study has suggested that people can minimize adverse emotional reactions

How a high salt diet may lead to cognitive decline

New research suggests that a diet high in salt may promote cognitive decline by destabilizing levels of the protein tau. Excessive levels of tau are a hallmark of dementia.

They say: Omega-3 fish oil supplements may lower heart attack risk

Taking omega-3 fish oil supplements every day may reduce the risk of heart attack and other cardiovascular events, including death. However, it may not protect against stroke.

Eating more nuts may help prevent weight gain

According to recent evidence, nuts can aid weight gain, despite being calorically rich. Nuts have a wide variety of healt

Financial hardship may accelerate aging.

Research shows that adults who spend as few as 4 years in economic hardship could be at risk of accelerated aging in comparison with adults who do not experience periods of po

Daytime napping 1–2 times a week may benefit heart health

Taking a daytime nap once or twice a week may halve the risk of cardiovascular events, such as heart attacks, strokes, and heart failure.

Being a pessimist or an optimist may affect your sleep.

New research finds "significant associations" between a person's optimistic disposition and their sleep quality.Sleep dep

Too much sugar may harm men mental health.

"Too much sugar may harm men's mental health."The downfalls of high sugar consumption are not limited to poor dental health and weight gain; a new study finds that eating too much sugar may also incr

Grape extracts may protect against colon cancer.

Colon cancer is a very common form of cancer, affecting tens of thousands of people across the United States. Researchers may have just moved closer to a prevention strategy for this condition, as a c

About "9 things in your home that may be spying on you."

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