Health & Well-being

New suicide hotline number to have three digits like 911

It may take a year to implement, but The Federal Communications Commission is setting up a new 3-digit suicide crisis line: 988. The new phone line is for those suffering with suicidal thoughts. The goal is to make it easier for people to reach out for support and...

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10 Things to Stop Recycling Right Now

My husband and I pride ourselves on being conscious of recycling. We recycle A LOT. But recently I’ve been reading about recycling contamination. That’s when your heart is in the right place for recycling, but you’re causing more harm than good. So where do you draw...

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You’re Catching Extra Germs from Uber or Lyft

Studies say bring the hand-sanitizer when you ride-share. I’m a Lyft gal and safe rider. I double-check the driver, the car and the license plate every time I hop in. Now? It may be time to bring out the hand-sanitizer, too. A new study by Netquote says ride-share...

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Drinking Hot Tea is linked to Esophageal Cancer

Tea is good for you. Numerous studies cite the health benefits of regularly drinking tea. But a new study from the “International Journal of Cancer,” has found a link between really hot tea and cancer. The study was conducted over a 10-year period and found that those...

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New Study: The More you Hug your Kids, the Smarter They Get

Yes, hugs matter. The science behind hugging your child is vast. The benefits include emotional and physical resilience. Hugging also increases trust, reduces fear and impacts parent-child bonding. An often-hugged child equals a happier, healthier kid. And now?...

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7 Reasons To Motivate You To Get a Good Night’s Sleep

You already know this, your body’s gotta get its rest. And yeah, at different points in our lives, it’s a struggle. Insomnia, restless leg syndrome, stress, and anxiety can all get in the way of getting your zzzz’s. This list (and advice), was put together to support...

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Diet Soda Raising Women’s Stroke Risk

Is diet soda stroke in a can? More bad news for diet soda lovers. If you’re a woman over 50, it may be time to reconsider popping open that diet drink. New research published in Stroke, a journal of the American Heart, association reveals women who are 50 years old...

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