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change your mood with food

change your mood with food

It's most likely because of junk food, sweets, and other treats that supply an overload of saturated fat and trans fats, both of which were linked with low moods in a Spanish study. Eating lots of trans fats may even make you feel irritable and aggressive. Read Food Labels!

Manage Menopause

Manage Menopause

You may want to get rid of those extra pounds. Research from a 2012 study in the journal of Menopause, found that women who lost 10% of their body weight eating a fruit-and-vegetable-rich diet reduced or eliminated hot flashes and night sweats! The speculation is that extra body fat can hinder the release of heat from the body. So go ahead look for good foods like Spinach, Bok Choy, Lentils, Nuts and all things good!

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a twist on first aid

a twist on first aid

A first aid and wellness kit. It includes 100+ items of your typical first aid products + 3 essential oils including peppermint, lavender and germ defense, along with an all-natural antibiotic/wound care and pain relief cream...wrapped up in a modern neon green neoprene carry case. www.me4kidz.com, $14.99

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college students, go for eight

college students, go for eight

During sleep, the brain organizes, sorts, and stores what we have learned and experienced that day, making it easier to recall at a later time. Sleep also helps you weed out irrelevant information and helps you make connections between your memory and information you learned that day, even if you have not made those connections while awake. If you study a little every day, you can use this natural process of sleep to gain a better understanding of the material and to retain the information more efficiently. If you don’t understand something you have read or you can’t solve a problem, look it over and then sleep on it. To sum up, to study better, more efficiently, and to increase the likelihood of learning and retaining information, get at least 7-8 hours of sleep before your exam. Go for 8!
www.uhs.uga.edu/sleep

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