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Meeting sleepers. Mouth breathers. Drool.

You are never going to get anywhere is you don’t get any sleep: Life is simply not a Facebook start-up. Most of us have to run a long game and, if you have one brain cell in your body at 25 (believe me, I DIDN’T), I would have taken a lot better care of my insides. 209 more words

Stronger body, stronger mind

Exercise is one of the best ways to boost resilience, writes Emma Young.

After an argument or a near-miss traffic accident, does your body recover quickly, or slowly? 729 more words


The Role Doctors Play

It probably isn’t much of a surprise to most people to know that there has some critics of EMPowerplus. These detractors criticize the work we do and label us quacks, snake oil sales persons, and scam artists. 302 more words

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Exercise Aids in Alzheimer's Prevention

Fitness Matters highly recommends the following article found in the Wall Street Journal focused on the benefit of exercise in Alzheimer’s prevention.

“Earlier is better” has become a mantra in the field of Alzheimer’s disease. 1,136 more words


National Coffee Day!

Coffee lovers don’t really need a national coffee day to talk about their favorite coffee drink or favorite coffee brand. We’re addicted to caffeine so we looove our morning java jolt! 249 more words

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The 2014 Central Coast Writers' Conference and My Brain

By: Tina Davidson

What’s scarier? That the average human attention span is 8 seconds? Or that the average attention span of a goldfish is 9 seconds? 960 more words

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Exercise increases academic performance in children

Throughout the human history, physical activity has been the mainstay for the survival of mankind. But with the emergence of new technologies, there is sudden change in the lifestyle leading human to embrace a sedentary life style and forget the principal component of evolution. 344 more words

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