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Entries by Priyanka Boghani from 10/2009

Spiritual Women Have More Sex

Posted 10.01.2009 | Healthy Living

Is it sexy to be spiritual? New research has found that spirituality has a greater effect on the sex lives of young adults -- especially women -- than...

Breast Cancer Death Rates Continue To Drop 2% Annually

Posted 10.01.2009 | Healthy Living

Fewer women in the United States are dying from breast cancer, but disparities in death rates still exist between whites and blacks, a new report show...

Grieving The Loss Of My Dad

Posted 10.02.2009 | Healthy Living

My dad passed away on May 2, 2009 at the age of 52 after a courageous battle with colon cancer. What a guy! In his lifetime he was happily married to ...

Older Women Sleep Better Than Men

Posted 10.02.2009 | Healthy Living

Older women may complain about their sleepless nights more than men do but Dutch research shows they're actually catching more sleep....

Nobel Prize For Chromosome Find

Posted 10.05.2009 | Healthy Living

This year's Nobel prize for medicine goes to three US-based researchers who discovered how the body protects the chromosomes housing vital genetic cod...

Top 10 Low Stress Jobs

Posted 10.09.2009 | Healthy Living

Great pay and superior growth prospects. Work that's meaningful. Those are some of the qualities we looked for when selecting America's best jobs....

The Comfort Of Memorial Websites

Posted 10.12.2009 | Healthy Living

Memorial websites are sites where friends and family members upload photographs, sometimes videos and favourite music tracks, with space for people to...

Evelyn Lauder: Making Breast Cancer A Factor Of The Past (PHOTOS)

Posted 10.12.2009 | Healthy Living

With Breast Cancer Awareness Month upon us, it's only natural to honor Evelyn Lauder, the daughter-in-law of cosmetics guru, Estée Lauder, and the genius behind the ubiquitous and symbolic pink ribbon, which she co-developed in 1992.

Sleepiness From Sleep Apnea Linked To Diabetes

Posted 10.14.2009 | Healthy Living

Daytime sleepiness caused by the nighttime breathing disorder sleep apnea is nothing to yawn at. A new study from Canada hints that the risk of diabet...

How To Comfort The Grieving

Posted 10.16.2009 | Healthy Living

When a person you care about is hurting, you hurt, too. When that person is grieving the loss of a loved one, there are some steps you can take to eas...

Alicia Silverstone On Living Your Best Life

Posted 10.18.2009 | Healthy Living

If you really want to make a change on this planet, a plant-based diet is the easiest, fastest way to get there.

Why Some Sleep Better Than Others

Posted 10.20.2009 | Healthy Living

It's becoming increasingly clear that the answer to improving sleep lies in identifying the vulnerabilities of our genetic makeup and understanding ho...

Garlic: The Cure For The Common Cold?

Posted 10.20.2009 | Healthy Living

For centuries, garlic has been extolled not just for its versatility in the kitchen but also for its medicinal powers. Whatever the reason, studies se...

Recurring Dreams: Why Do You Keep Having Them?

Posted 10.20.2009 | Healthy Living

Join Joan Ganz Cooney, Liz Smith and Candice Bergen on replaying your dreams......

Deepak Chopra Says Meditation Improves Health

Posted 10.21.2009 | Healthy Living

Deepak Chopra, the thoroughly modern guru, walks through Manhattan tweeting, delivering inspirational messages in 140 characters or less. "The purpose...

Weather 'Shapes Human Body Clock'

Posted 10.21.2009 | Healthy Living

Our internal body clocks are shaped by the weather as well as by the seasons, scientists have discovered. It is hoped the research, led by a team from...

Yoga For Insomnia

Posted 10.21.2009 | Healthy Living
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The next time you find yourself lying awake at night, grab your yoga mat: Research suggests this ancient form of exercise can help combat insomnia, re...

Battling Addiction With Those Who Know It Best

Posted 10.23.2009 | Healthy Living

The new emphasis in treatment on wide-ranging, long-term support tailored to individual needs appears to be a promising advance in a field of limited ...

Dying Wishes Followed More Often For Whites

Posted 10.23.2009 | Healthy Living

Dying white cancer patients are more likely than black patients to have their end-of-life wishes respected, a new U.S. study shows. Some black patien...

Working After Retiring Can Be Good For Health

Posted 10.23.2009 | Healthy Living
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People who keep doing some work in their field after they retire may enjoy better physical and mental health than those who stop work completely or sw...

An Economy In Need Of Holistic Medicine

Posted 10.27.2009 | Healthy Living

Western medical practices have attracted similar criticisms in recent years, for an emphasis on intervening in disease rather than preventing it befor...

Unitasking: Save Time, Don't Rush

Posted 10.27.2009 | Healthy Living
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Take a deep breath and slow down. You spend more time rushing, and making mistakes, than if you just took things at a natural pace....

What Do Blind People See When They Dream?

Posted 10.27.2009 | Healthy Living

The way blind people dream is quite unique, but dream they do, just as frequently as anyone else. On the other hand, "Do blind people see in their dre...

Five Things You Didn't Know About Sleep

Posted 10.27.2009 | Healthy Living

Each and every night we close our eyes and drift off into a state of mild unconsciousness. It is a process so common that it consumes nearly one-thir...

What Happens When You Lose A Soul Mate?

Posted 10.27.2009 | Healthy Living

She walked to the kitchen to make a pot of coffee and paused, like always, gazing at the faded photo framed in the hallway. It had been twenty years a...