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New Algorithm Tells You How Much Coffee to Drink for Peak Alertness

Drinking the right amount of coffee is a delicate dance — too little and you’re still sleepy; too much and…

You Have a Second Brain In Your Gut, Scientists Say. Here’s How It Keeps Your Colon Moving

You may be surprised to learn that you have a second brain… in your gut. The enteric nervous system (ENS)…

Science Reveals The Best Way to Get Over Your Ex

Breaking up is rough, and getting over your ex? Even harder. Along with the agonizing emotions, heartbreak can also impact…

Fix Your Dopamine Levels to Cut Food Cravings, Suggests New Study

Stimulating the brain with electromagnetic pulses could reduce food cravings in people with obesity, a new study has found. Researchers…

Belly Fat Linked to Low Vitamin D Levels, Says Study

A new study suggests that the more weight you carry around your waist, the lower your vitamin D levels. Previous…

Deep Breathing Strengthens Your Brain and Boosts Attention Span, Says New Study

It turns out the yoga masters were right — breathing properly really can improve your attention span and help you…

Americans a Lot More Anxious Than They Were a Year Ago, Says New Survey

If you’re feeling anxious, you’re not alone. According to a new survey from the American Psychiatric Association (APA), nearly 40…

Keto Film “The Magic Pill” Slammed For “Harmful” Ideas. Separate Fact From Fiction

Can a high-fat, low-carb diet prevent and even cure illnesses like cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and autism? “The Magic Pill”— an…