Eating Extra Fruits and Veggies Failed
for Breast Cancer Patients
The results are in on the latest study by researchers
who found that eating mega amounts of fruits and vegetables
did not prevent the return of breast cancer and had no effect
on survival rates. Experts are saying that it is still important
to eat five servings of fruits and vegetables, but apparently eating
more than that is not necessary. Let's all go out for a hamburger!
Diet Fails Breast Cancer Patients
Losing Weight? How to Keep the Pounds Off
Have you lost weight? A new medical study offers tips for
keeping the weight off. Two important tips are: weigh every day
and meet regularly with others who are also working to maintain
lower weight. More tips for keeping the weight off
Rage Disorder More Common Than Thought
A little-studied mental illness marked by episodes of angry,
potentially violent outbursts like those seen in road rage or
spousal abuse is more common than previously thought, researchers
In fact, the illness, known as intermittent explosive disorder,
may affect as many as 7.3 percent of American adults -- up to
16 million people -- in their lifetimes. In a given year, the disorder
affects almost 4 percent of Americans, or 8.6 million adults,
the researchers found.
Intermittent explosive disorder may also predispose people to
other mental illnesses, such as depression and anxiety, and
substance abuse problems. Rage Disorder
Relieve Stress in 3 MinutesStress is something we all experience at least occasionally, and we often find it difficult
to make time for stress-relieving activities. Exercise and relaxation techniques are
the best ways to relieve stress, but we don't always have 30 minutes to participate
in such activities. It is possible, however, to practice a stress-relieving breathing
exercise that can bring down stress in just three minutes.
3 Minutes to Stress Relief!