Lifestyle articles published in May 2012
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May 30, 2012
Significant Changes Needed to Combat Obesity Epidemic
Significant lifestyle changes need to help stop the obesity epidemic in the U.S.
May 29, 2012
5 Insects that Are Good for Your Garden
Having some bugs around can help your garden
May Not Only Brings Spring Flowers, But Also Caterpillars
The Caterpillars are blooming
May 27, 2012
This Memorial Day, Let’s Not Forget
In America, freedom is the order of the day, but we must never forget what it costs.
May 25, 2012
Traveling with your Pets
Make summer travel plans and include your pet!
May 24, 2012
Light Pollution Transforming Insect Communities
Researchers found that street lights are impact the specifics of bugs who are living together where once before they were not.
Tulip Tree Bugs Not Being Kind to Cars in Indiana
The tulip tree bug is wreaking havoc on areas of Indiana
A Bee of a Wake Up Call
Indiana woman wakes up to find her backyard covered in a swarm of bees
May 22, 2012
Three Supplements That Can Tame Your Muffin Top
Muffin tops are only scrumptious on the baked goods. This article will give you advice on how to tame that extra padding with three common supplements.
University Studies Benefits of Eating Bugs
Can eating bugs really be healthy for you?
Porn Addicts May Prefer Cyber-Sex to Real Intimacy
New research reveals the true effects of porn addiction.
Saving Your Apartment from Freeloading Pests
Getting rid of pesky critters in your apartment.
May 21, 2012
Red LED Light Therapy Offers Help for Acute and Chronic Pain
Millions of Americans suffer with daily pain. Red LED light therapy offers relief without drugs or chemicals.
Disco Will Never Die
You Should Be Dancin
May 20, 2012
Over 700k Preserved Insects on Display at Arizona State University
Over 700k Preserved Insects on Display at Arizona State University
National Program Looks to Survey the Impact of the Emerald Ash Borer
National program looks to study the impact of the emerald ash borer
Strong Little Buggers
Researchers find that insects have very strong legs
May 17, 2012
New Differences Between Anorexic and Obese Brains Discovered
Researchers have discovered new differences between the reward systems in anorexic brains vs. obese brains.
May 16, 2012
Simple Steps to Fight Insects Outside Your Home
One result of the constant activity in the backyard and of course barbeques, are the uninvited insects that can make a way into your home.
May 15, 2012
Tips to Bug Proof Your Home
Some tips to bug proof your home in a few simple steps
May 14, 2012
Quinoa - Does This Trendy Food Have Unintended Consequences?
Quinoa is only a superfood for those who can afford it.
Social Media: An Opportunity for the Black Community
Shani Saxon-Parrish, the Director of Music, Entertainment and Lifestyle at BET Digital converses with Bryan Cain-Jackson about the impact of social media in the black community.
May 11, 2012
Science Proves Drinking is Never as Fun as You Think
The simply thought of drinking may be much more fun than any drink ever could be.
FDA Panelists Have Voted for the Approval of Truvada to Prevent HIV
Gilead Sciences' Truvada has been voted by FDA members for approval for the prevention of HIV infection.
May 10, 2012
Why You Crave Sweets
How one inexpensive supplement can tame your sweet tooth.
Addiction in the Ranks, Soldiers and Heroin
Heroin is becoming a real problem for soldiers in Afghanistan
May 9, 2012
FDA Would Approve Truvada to Protect from HIV Infection
FDA would approve HIV drug, Truvada by Gilead Sciences, for protection against HIV infection.
May 8, 2012
Life Is Wasted Without Jesus T-Shirt: What's Offensive?
A 19-year-old Nova Scotia schoolboy suspended, then reinstated because he wore regularly, a T-shirt saying, Life Is Wasted Without Jesus.
Get Rid of Those Pesky Ants Naturally
Getting rid of ants naturally
Green Home Construction on the Rise
Green construction home building is on the rise
Add a Must-Do List to Your Celebration of National Home Improvement Month
Celebrate National Home Improvement Month with adding some items to your to do list.
May 7, 2012
Why We Cannot Ticket Cars Enough to Stop Pedestrian Deaths
San Francisco's biased traffic enforcement is leading to more injuries and deaths
Improving Your Home by Beautifying Your World
Gardening seems to be a very popular way for US residents to make improvements to their home.
Protecting Your Home Garden from Insects
Planting and taking care of a garden is hard work. Don't let those pesky critters ruin the fruits of your green-thumb labor.
Five Steps Consumers Can Take to Protect their Home from Insects
April showers bring May flowers, as the saying goes. What that classic saying doesn’t tell you is that April and May also mark the return of indoor and outdoor pests.
Unseasonable Weather Unleashes Pesky Pets Early in Season
With weather patterns growing more and more unpredictable lately, there is one other bit of unpredictability that has homeowners on notice — pest control.
Rev. Dr. Linda De Coff On Healing The Spirit
Actress turned Reverend has just written a book; she also speaks on why many in Hollywood need to eventually live outside of it.
Researchers Looking to Test Curcumin for Bowel Cancer Treatment
Curcumin could help in the treatment of bowel cancer and the researchers from UK have started a trial.
Meow the Fat Cat Fares Better on Diet
Sugar Sabotages Weight Loss Challenge
Remains of Largest Known Crocodile Discovered in East Africa
Largest known crocodiles were living about 2 to 4 million years ago in Kenya.
May 4, 2012
Rev. Eugene S. Callender: Nobody Is A Nobody
Rev. Eugene S. Callender shares his favorite achievement amongst many in his trailblazing careers in civil rights and in the ministry, as outlined in his book.
Controversial Research Regarding the Bird Flu has Been Published in Nature
One of the controversial researches relating to the bird flu has been published online Wednesday in the journal Nature.
May 3, 2012
Gene Therapy is Found to be a Safe and Cost Effective Treatment for HIV
Gene therapy is found to be helpful in patients of HIV even after passing more than 10 years of treatment.
Reality Distortion Field San Diego-Style
Techno Surveillance Might Not Be Necessary If They Lock You Up And Throw Away The Key
May 2, 2012
Elelyso by Protalix/Pfizer has Gotten Approval for the Treatment of Gaucher Disease
Pfizer/Protalix's Elelyso has gotten approval from FDA for the treatment of type 1 Gaucher disease.
May 1, 2012
Filet Mignon or Filet Meat Glue?
Is that juicy Filet Mignon that you eat at your steak house real?
The Ultimate Greatest Hits List for Classical Music
For those that have an affinity for classical or orchestral music, The 30 Greatest Orchestral Works course is the ultimate listening guide.
For Better Decisions Try Thinking in a Different Language
Thinking in a different language can help you to make better decisions and increases your risk taking power.
Pricing Out the Decades of Adult Life: How Health Insurance Premiums Grow with You
Health insurance comparison site, gohealthinsurance.com reveals how insurance premiums rise with age.
Steak Dinner After 16 Years In Prison For Murder He Didn’t Commit
DNA Sent Him To Prison But Now Clears Him