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Whether you’re a healthy eater or not, being under stress can change the chemistry of your digestive system (especially for women), according to a new study performed by Brigham Young University. A test done at the university showed that when “female mice were exposed to stress, their gut microbiota – the microorganisms vital to digestive…

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Would you consider yourself a city go-er, or more of a tree-hugger? Because according to new research, those who live closer to nature have seem to have lower levels of activity in the amygdala, which is the brains center for fear and stress. “Research on brain plasticity supports the assumption that the environmental conditions that…

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When you’re feeling down, you’re more than likely going to relax in bed rather than hop up and get to the gym. Well according to a recent study, getting any amount of exercise can help treat or prevent depression. Depression itself causes inflammation in the body and brain – this is caused by our sympathetic…

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