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Same old, same old: Sleep and less screen time are better for your brain

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This will surprise absolutely no one: In a large study published in the BMC Medicine journal by Australian researchers who analyzed data from 85,000 people looking at the impact of lifestyle on depression, they concluded that unsurprisingly, regular physical activity, a healthy diet and getting enough sleep every night (between seven and nine hours) was linked to […]

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Sobering news from south of the border

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Probably shouldn’t be a surprise for a country where 72,000,000 people voted for an incompetent, care-nothing-for-others racist and bully, but according to a new poll from the USA, a country which by any measure has done more poorly than any other country in controlling the costs from COVID (and I’d add, it’s done more poorly […]

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Eat Med and you’re well fed

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The Mediterranean diet – a diet that particularly stresses olive oil, fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts and seeds – has a huge and impressive pedigree for linkage to lower risks of a huge number of health problems, especially cardiovascular disease and Type 2 diabetes (T2DM). But just in case you needed another prompt in the direction […]