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So That's Why Some People Are Night Owls And Others Are Up At The Crack Of Dawn
Evolution may be working against our solid eight hours per night.
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5 Ways To Stop Stressing In The Moment
By HuffPost Partner Studio
Stress is one of those things that most of us accept as a normal part of living. Yet how good are we at coping with it? While
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6 Steps To Avoid Losing It During Relationship Conflcits
This is vital if my partner brought up the argument. When I first learned to assert my flooding, I would get the space I
CES 2016 Las Vegas: Sin City Meets Yoga Girl
Certified International Yoga Instructor
I must have been into technology in a past-life. I am not saying that I was Leonardo da Vinci or Thomas Alva Edison but I
What Your Fitbit Doesn't Want You to Know
Leading Privacy Advocate, CEO of MeWe
How is that even possible? It doesn't make sense. These devices come with privacy statements. There are federal laws that
Not My Day to Die
Founder and Creative Director of PathBinder Publishing and Lan...
The dispatch operator went through a short series of questions, sent emergency vehicles, and promised they would be there
Can Fat Baboons Help Us Understand the 'Obesity Paradox'?
Jeff Ritterman, MD
Vice President of the Board of Directors, San Francisco Bay Ar...
Does our present high-sugar diet do to us what the "garbage dump diet" did to the baboons? Weight gain, pre-diabetes and alarming cholesterol elevations are all results of our diet too. Like the baboons, we humans will certainly respond to dietary insults in a variety of ways.
5 Reasons to Smile More
Daniela Tempesta, LCSW
We often tend to associate smiling as the result of a positive event or mood. But research demonstrates that the act of smiling, in and of itself, can be the catalyst for joy. Even better, it is a tool that is free, easy and always available.
How Heart Rate Is Related to Fitness and Longevity
Psychologist, physical fitness buff, business consultant and w...
Any of you who take up regular aerobic exercise will notice that your resting pulse rate will drop over time -- meaning that your heart does not have to work as hard and beat as many times per minute to get nutrients and oxygen distributed to all of your body.
Take It From Tony: Investing in NIH Research Saves Lives
CEO, American Heart Association
Research has long been a major priority of the American Heart Association. Our organization has invested upwards of $3.5 billion into research, more than any organization outside the federal government.
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Tips To Boost Your Metabolism After 40, From Joel Harper (WATCH)
Scanadu Scout, Medical Tricorder, Passes $1 Million On Indiegogo, But Doesn't Need The Money
"The big realization that I had is that when you know your readings and you understand them ... you can make a plan," said
5 Ways You Can Tell You're Having a Good Workout
Keri Lynn Ford
Certified personal trainer
Make the most of your time. A quality, intense workout always exceeds a long, mediocre workout. On the flip side, remember that too much of a good thing is still too much.
Should I Use A Heart Rate Monitor During Workouts?
Turn Up The Beat -- Why It Matters Monitoring heart rate is a good tool to help beginners work out at the right intensity
CULTURE & ARTS
Artist Danielle Gotell's 'Impulse' Turns Passersby's Heart-Rates Into Light Show
Sometimes great art makes your heart beat faster, but rarely does your heart-beat make art. Vancouver-based artist Danielle
Get Optimal Exercise By Heeding Target Heart Rate: Expert
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(This story corrects hours to minutes in eighth paragraph.) And if you're able to both chat and carry a tune? She said the
Study Reveals Who Stresses Most
A new Canadian study discovers age and gender play a significant role in how people respond to stress. Read more on LiveScience
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