As you've likely seen, much of the reporting on Ebola has done little more than spread panic without giving any real facts. So Brittney from The Nerdy Nurse is setting the record straight with a checklist for healthcare providers.
Dark Chocolate Flavonol compounds in dark chocolate help boost your circulatory system, promoting better blood flow to the brain. In fact, they could even improve your math skills. A 2009 study asking study participants to count backwards in groups of three discovered that those who drank flavonol-fueled hot cocoa calculated more quickly and were less likely to feel tired or mentally drained.
How Exercise Affects Your Genes, and More. Previous research shows that exercise affects your body, with genes turning on or off, depending on what biochemical signals they receive from the body. http://fitness.mercola.com/sites/fitness/archive/2015/02/13/exercise-affects-genes.aspx
With mention of Australia’s strict anti-smoking laws which mandate plain packaging, Oliver described the drastically falling sales – in contrast with the rest of Asia, which the tobacco industry has targeted. | Watch John Oliver Destroy The Tobacco Industry In His Latest Tirade
Don't judge gluten-free eaters too harshly. Science shows it's more complex than facts vs fad