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Coffee Drastically Lowers Your Risk Of Heart Failure And Stroke

Everyone can decrease their risk of stroke and heart failure just by drinking an extra cup of coffee a week, according to new research.   A study found that with every cup, the beverage lowers the risk of stroke by eight

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Type 2 Diabetes Is Reversible: Eating Just 600 Calories A Day For 8 Weeks Could Save The Lives Of Millions Of Sufferers

Type 2 diabetes can be reversed by going on a low calorie diet, new research shows.  Consuming just 600 calories a day for eight weeks can save the lives of millions of sufferers of the preventable condition.  Newcastle University scientists

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Crosswords, Puzzles, Word Games, Good For Mental Health

Research shows that doing crosswords and word games may be beneficial to one’s mental health. Analyzing data from more than 17,000 healthy people aged 50 and older collected in an online trial, researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School

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Today Is Wear Plaid For Dad In Support Of Prostate Cancer Research

You may see a number people wearing plaid today.  That is no mistake. It’s all for a good cause. @DaveCreelman proudly wearing #PlaidforDad in support of Prostate Cancer Research. Go to plaidfordad.ca to learn more. “If you’re wearing plaid today

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Want To Hang On To Your Youthful Looks? Cutting Calories By 25% Slows Down Aging

Cutting calories by 25 percent could help keep you young on the inside, new research reveals.  Reducing your daily intake by a quarter adds 0.6 less years to your internal age annually, a study found.  Aside from potentially keeping you

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Feds Launch Smartphone Research Lab

The federal government has launched a new research lab it says  will help Canadians lower their smartphone bills, reduce dropped  calls and improve reception.  The laboratory will search for ways to make Canada’s wireless  spectrum more efficient, as well as

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Opioid Use On The Rise At An Alarming Rate

Researchers say opioid-related deaths in Ontario now exceed the number killed in Ontario car crashes each year. The Ontario Drug Policy Research Network says the province’s rate of opioid-related deaths has almost quadrupled over the last 25 years — to

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One Third Of Cigarettes Sold In Ontario Are Purchased Illegally

According to a new study by The National Coalition Against Contraband Tobacco says almost one-third of cigarettes sold in Ontario are purchased illegally. It says contraband purchases are most common in northern Ontario, where 51 per cent of respondents reported buying

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The Formula For A Perfect Cup Of Coffee

Researchers from the University of Limmerick have created a mathematical model to help coffee connoisseurs.  The team hope that their model can make coffee brewing a more precise and accurate process.  In order to have an accurate coffee to water

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Listening To The Beatles Can Make You A Better Team Player

Background music is, for many, an annoyance – but researchers have found that some music can actually boost productivity.  They say listening to happy, uplifting music can make workers perform better as part of a team.  However, listening to heavy

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Ice Bucket Challenge Pays Off

Remember the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge back in 2014? Well if you participated and helped raise funds, good for you. You will be happy to know that money it raised has led to an important breakthrough in ALS research. Scientists

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Research: If you Are Angry .. Your Dog Doesn’t Trust You

In a recent study aimed at understanding the how dogs interpret the emotional cues of their human friends, researchers found dogs were less likely to trust someone who appeared angry.   “We know that dogs are sensitive to our emotional cues,

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Close Your Eyes And Cut Calories

Q: According to a new study, you will take in 9% fewer calories if you do this while eating… A: Wear a blindfold If you are looking to cut calories and have tried other methods, this could be for you.

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