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Blockchain technology drives healthy patient behavior: Interview Special

The company MintHealth offers a global decentralized health platform built on blockchain technology and designed to drive healthy patient behavior. To understand how this works, Digital Journal interviewed Dr. Samir Damani.

Op-Ed: Gadgets to make reaching healthy New Year's resolutions easier

Many over the holidays will be over indulging resulting in resolutions for the New Year to commit to getting healthy by feeding the body better options. Kitchen gadgets can make getting on a healthy track easier and habit forming for the entire household.

Jamie Silva: The harshness of discipline and the beauty of it Special

Sacramento - Today, the National Physique Committee's Sacramento Bikini Contest is underway. Jamie Silva, an Elk Grove, CA resident is among the competitors.

Take two cups of coffee to get half risk of suicide

A recent study indicates people drank more than four cups of coffee daily had over a 50 percent lower chance of taking their own lives than those who drank less than one cup. Caffeine increases neurotransmitters like serotonin, dopamine and noradrenalin.

Starbucks to sell exclusive Dannon Greek yogurt in 2014

Seattle - The movement to get healthy doesn’t appear to be just a passing fad in the country; it’s developing into a legitimate lifestyle change for many people.

Regular sex makes you seven years younger, expert claims

Having sex on a regular basis can take five to seven years off your face, an expert claimed, as sexual pleasure is a crucial factor in preserving youth. It releases the human growth hormone, keeping the skin elastic and thus less likely to wrinkle.

Seven lifestyle changes can extend lifespan to age 90 or 100

Taking charge of health and well-being can help people live a decade or more longer, suggests a leading cardiologist. Dr. Clyde Yancy says seven simple lifestyle changes can also save billions in health care spending.

Op-Ed: Parents should do more to get kids to eat more fruits, vegetables Special

Statistics Canada reported that only 43 per cent of Canadians over 12 years old ate fruits and vegetables more than five times daily in 2010. This is down from 46 per cent the year before, the lowest number in the last decade.

Sex Still Joy for Older Women

The common misconception women lose interest in sex after menopause, is plainly that, a misconception. Science tells us indeed women don’t lose interest, remain active sexually, and find joy in sex even when they are elderly.
 

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