Milwaukee Edition

Archive of: Health Brief and NAPC

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Keep Love Alive

Keep Love Alive

Researchers say that lean, physically active men have a 30 percent lower chance of impotence.

February 2008
Sexy, Feminist & Romantic

Sexy, Feminist & Romantic

According the researchers, the old view that feminists are unattractive, sexually disinclined, usually single or lesbian, and about as romantic as an old pair of socks seems to be an outdated thought.

February 2008
This Tea Lowers Cholesterol

This Tea Lowers Cholesterol

Scientists have found that a group of mate tea drinkers experienced a significant boost in the activity of an enzyme that promotes good cholesterol while lowering bad cholesterol.

February 2008
For Kisses So Sweet

For Kisses So Sweet

Bad breath can spoil any kiss. But instead of reaching for the traditional peppermint breath mints, some scientists encourage us to consider the benefits of bark extract from the sweet magnolia tree.

February 2008
Paradigm Shift of the Heart

Paradigm Shift of the Heart

After years of studying near-death experiences, Dutch cardiologist Pim van Lommel concluded that “Nearly every near-death experience goes hand-in-hand with a life review, during which people gain insight into the consequences of their actions.”

February 2008
Peanuts Pack a Punch

Peanuts Pack a Punch

Scientists report that when it comes to peanuts, curiously, boiled is best.

January 2008
Simple Fare to Haute Cuisine

Simple Fare to Haute Cuisine

Dietetics professor suggests that colorful condiments enhance not only the visual appeal of our food, but can significantly boost its nutritional value.

January 2008
Get a Better Body Image

Get a Better Body Image

Want to make peace with your physique? Step off the treadmill and onto a yoga mat.

January 2008
Fit Mind over Matter

Fit Mind over Matter

Researchers have discovered a significant connection between health and the important role the mind plays when it comes to both realizing health and treating disease.

January 2008
Sleep Affects Kids’ Waistline

Sleep Affects Kids’ Waistline

Recent research suggests that today’s obese kids are suffering from more than a diet too high in fat and sugar and too little exercise. Fat also is generated by a lack of sleep.

January 2008
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