20 Signs You Might Be Drinking Too Much Coffee


By: Hristina Byrnes/Tempo Most people don’t think of coffee — and the caffeine that packs its punch — as a drug, but it is, and it is possibly the most widely consumed drug in the world. In the United States, up to 90% of people in all age groups consume at least some caffeine daily,Continue reading “20 Signs You Might Be Drinking Too Much Coffee”

Why ‘Mind Rest’ Is Essential For Your Brain’s Health — Plus, 10 Easy Ways To Recharge


Photo: Getty By: Cynthia Ackrill/your tango.com Are you ready to wake up from this recurring nightmare? You may need to take part in some mind rest. The past year has felt like being stuck in one of those classic dreams about showing up completely unprepared for an exam — racing hearts, shallow breathing, confusion, aloneness,Continue reading “Why ‘Mind Rest’ Is Essential For Your Brain’s Health — Plus, 10 Easy Ways To Recharge”

He beat her down because she brought home a Quarter Pounder instead of a Big Mac


What is it about human behavior, that causes a mental switch to be tripped over something so trivial like a candy bar, kool aid, a pork chop or in this short story, a McDonalds burger? Sunday night ,Mohamed Aboubaker from Minneapolis was visiting his son’s mother. Returning from McDonalds, Aboubaker became upset when he discovered sheContinue reading “He beat her down because she brought home a Quarter Pounder instead of a Big Mac”

People die or they leave’: Putin fails in promise to repopulate Russia


By: Theo MerzSun Even before the pandemic struck, Gorokhovets, a picturesque medieval church town some five hours’ drive from Moscow, was dying. As other businesses struggle, at least one sector is growing: the settlement recently saw the opening of its third funeral parlour. “People either die or they leave,” said Yulia Balandina, the manager ofContinue reading “People die or they leave’: Putin fails in promise to repopulate Russia”

Spring is Near and Covid 19 isn’t over.


Like most people in the world, I’m looking forward returning to normalcy. I want to have breakfast at Carol’s in West Sacramento. Dinner at “The Porch” in midtown. I wanna walk down a busy L street with people drinking and pedaling on those brew bikes carts. I miss the crowds of bicyclist and all thingsContinue reading “Spring is Near and Covid 19 isn’t over.”

Texas is Corona Free?


Greg Abbott the Governor of America’s second largest state may believe it is, as he is lifting the mask mandate next week. He is also allowing businesses in the state to open at 100% capacity. Too many Texans have been sidelined from employment opportunities. Too many small business owners have struggled to pay their bills.Continue reading “Texas is Corona Free?”

Is coconut oil all it’s cracked up to be?


Coconut oil has seen a surge in popularity over the last decade as well as quite a few grandiose health claims. By: Andy De Santis,RD/TorontoSun With Valentine’s Day around the corner and February being Heart Health Month, what  better time to chat about one of the more controversial topics in the world of cardiovascular health?Continue reading “Is coconut oil all it’s cracked up to be?”

Britain: 10 signs that you’ve already had Covid and may be ‘protected for 5 months


By: Milo Lloyd/UK Mirror A big Public Health England study published this week found that many asymptomatic coronavirus patients still had antibodies protecting them from re-infection, meaning many may be immune without knowing it. As the Government races to vaccinate as many people as possible against the coronavirus, some are wondering if they’re already immune toContinue reading “Britain: 10 signs that you’ve already had Covid and may be ‘protected for 5 months”

2020 was a terrible year. But the world’s in better shape than you might think


By: Rob Pichete/CNN London ,In 2020, a devastating virus officially disappeared from the continent it had once ravaged — a remarkable public health achievement that followed decades of work. But you may have missed it. The eradication of wild polio from Africa in August was hailed as a “great day” by the World Health Organization and celebratedContinue reading “2020 was a terrible year. But the world’s in better shape than you might think”

Men of Color Need Self-Care, Too. Darian Hall Is Helping Solve That.


By: Joshua Ocampo/Mens Darian Hall quit his job to find a higher purpose. Two years later, after realizing that there was no “gym” for his mental health he could call home, he helped build one: HealHaus. BY JOSHUA OCAMPONOV 5, 2020MARCUS V RICHARDSON Boys don’t cry. Man up. Grow a pair. You’ve probably heard one (orContinue reading “Men of Color Need Self-Care, Too. Darian Hall Is Helping Solve That.”