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Want to Get Your Creative Juices Flowing? This New Study Says You Could Try Playing Minecraft

A new study from Iowa State University says that playing certain video games – particularly Minecraft – can help people think more creatively.

Coffee Could Be Used to Fight Obesity, Says ‘Pioneering’ New Study

In this fascinating new study, researchers say that enjoying a cup of java helps the body to activate its own fat-fighting defenses.

Not Only Does Music Make Exercise Mentally Easier; It Also Makes It Easier for the Body, Says New Study

This intriguing new study says that upbeat music helps our bodies to physicallly benefit from high-intensity exercise as well as mentally.

Massive Study Shows That Two Hours a Week is Key Dose of Nature for Health Benefits

This massive new English study has identified the perfect amount of time that people should spend outdoors in order to properly absorb all of its benefits.

CBD Reduces Cravings and Anxiety in People With Heroin Use Disorder, Says New Study

This new study shows that CBD oil could be an exceptional new tool for recovering drug users to kick opioid addiction for good.

Another Study Shows How Flickering Lights Can Slow (And Maybe Even Reverse) Alzheimer’s Symptoms

This MIT researcher has published another study that further explains how and why flickering lights could be a non-pharmaceutical dementia treatment.

New Study of 1,000 Couples Shows HIV Drug Treatment Has Eliminated All Risk of Transmitting HIV Infection

This exciting new study shows that HIV-positive people on antiretroviral therapy have “zero” chances of infecting their partners.

New MDMA Study From Johns Hopkins Further Explains Why Ecstasy Can Help Treat PTSD

Since MDMA was granted “breakthrough therapy” status for its ability to treat PTSD, this new study may explain the treatment's neurological success.

Stressed? New Study Says You Simply Need a 20-Minute ‘Nature Pill’

This new study suggests that healthcare practitioners can definitively prescribe 20-minute “nature pills” to soothe their stressed-out patients.

Counties With More Trees and Shrubs Spend Less on Medicare, Study Finds

An intriguing new study from the University of Illinois has linked trees and shrubland to reduced county-wide healthcare costs.

Eating Mushrooms a Few Times a Week Could Dramatically Reduce Dementia Risk, Says 6-Year Study

This new study suggests that seniors who regularly eat mushrooms may reduce their odds of cognitive decline by as much as 50%.

Sea Salt Could Help Beat a Common Cold, Study Suggests

New research from the University of Edinburgh shows that gargling and clearing the nose with salt water solutions may help to beat the common cold.

These 18 Developed Countries Have Passed Policies to Cut Carbon Emissions; New Study Says It’s Working

An exciting new study shows that efforts to cut CO2 and tackle climate change in developed countries including the UK and US are beginning...

Taxing Empty Apartments Could Be the Solution to Affordable Housing in Expensive Cities, New Study Says

Instead of building new apartments, cities could make housing more affordable for city dwellers by taxing the thousands of homes that go unoccupied.

New Harvard Study Says That Men Can Avoid Heart Problems By Doing a Certain Amount of Pushups

This is the first known study to report an association between push-up capacity and subsequent cardiovascular disease outcomes.

Unvaccinated Women Are Still Benefiting from the HPV Vaccine, Study Shows

A large portion of women have never received the HPV vaccine, yet a new study says they are experiencing fewer cases of infection, thanks...

US Cancer Death Rate Has Fallen by 27% in 25 Years – Study

This new report shows that millions of people have lived longer and fuller lives thanks to a steadily declining cancer death rate.

Blue Light Reduces Blood Pressure, Just as Effectively as Medication – UK Study

An exciting new study says that exposure to blue light is an effective, non-pharmaceutical treatment for high blood pressure, which simultaneously reduces the risk...

Want to Fight Air Pollution? New Study Says Planting Hedges is More Effective Than Planting Trees

If you want to protect your lungs from nearby road pollution, new research says you should be planting some hedges as the most effective...

Unique New Study Proves Pharmacists Working in Barbershops Drastically Improves Men’s Health

An innovative healthcare project proves that men are more likely to improve their health thanks to visits to their local barbershops.