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Blueberry, the Super Food

For centuries, wild blueberries have grown abundantly throughout the northern climates of North America – particularly Maine, Atlantic Canada and Quebec. They can be spotted while trekking through the woods, where people can snatch them right off of bushes and pop them into their mouths. Although enjoyed simply for their taste for many years, we […]

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How New Helmet Technology Will Make the NFL and NHL Safer

BleacherReport.com features: Concussions remain a serious issue in sports, and with the recent White House concussion summit, the discussion has been raised a notch. For the NFL and football at other levels, as well as other collision sports like hockey, the problem is existential. Youth football saw a significant decrease in participation, largely due to […]

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Regulating Brain Activity to Improve Attention

Researchers from The University of Nottingham have found that balanced activity in the brain’s prefrontal cortex is necessary for attention. The research helps to make sense of attention deficits in people suffering from cognitive disorders — like schizophrenia — who often find it hard to sustain their attention. This has a significant effect on many […]

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Students who write with pens learn more than with laptops

The old fashioned way works better. Credit: Szepy via iStock“More is better.” From the number of gigs in a cellular data plan to the horsepower in a pickup truck, this mantra is ubiquitous in American culture. When it comes to college students, the belief that more is better may underlie their widely-held view that laptops […]

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A vascular surgeon explains why he ditched statins for more meat and less sugar, lowering his cholesterol in the process

Dr. Haroun Gajraj, The Daily Telegraph, National Post Wire Services “When I had a routine health checkup eight years ago, my cholesterol was so high that the laboratory thought there had been a mistake. I had 9.3 millimoles of cholesterol in every litre of blood — almost twice the recommended maximum. It was quite a […]

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