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  • The Science of Happiness

    Focus for Health Foundation Staff May 3, 2022 The science of happiness is a new concept and one historically viewed with skepticism by real scientist. Depression and sadness are measurable and worthy of attention, while happiness seems to abstract or childish to study, yet the field of positive society is challenging those antiquated beliefs.  As…

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  • Ways to Booster Brain Health

    Focus for Health Foundation Staff April 8, 2022 Is cognitive decline inevitable as we age? No, our brains change, but dementia is not a natural occurrence associated with aging.  According to the CDC, 40% of dementia cases may be prevented or delayed. Many of the symptoms of cognitive decline may be the cumulative impact of…

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  • Why exercise is also good for your sexual health

    https://www.cnn.com/2022/01/29/health/exercise-good-for-sexual-health-wellness/index.html By Melanie Radzicki McManus, CNN Updated 5:59 AM ET, Sat January 29, 2022 Even short periods of exercise can improve your sexual health. (CNN)Many people know exercise is important for good physical health, even if they personally don’t work out on a regular basis. But you may not realize being fit is also crucial…

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  • Sleep and Heart Health

      A new study has revealed the exact time to go to bed to keep your heart healthy. Of course, too little sleep can be bad for you – but the new study has revealed that the specific time at which you drift off to sleep could be just as important to your health. The study published…

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  • Defense chief orders review of military sex assault programs

    As reported by AP News on January 24, 2021 By LOLITA C. BALDOR WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, in his first directive since taking office, has given his senior leaders two weeks to send him reports on sexual assault prevention programs in the military, and an assessment of what has worked and what…

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  • Nearly 8 million Americans have fallen into poverty since the summer

    Roland Escobedo and his puppy, Chubs, wait to get a Thanksgiving meal at a drive-through food distribution center at NRG Stadium in Houston on Nov. 21. (Scott Dalton for The Washington Post) As reported in The Washington Post by Heather Long Dec. 16, 2020 at 6:00 a.m. EST The U.S. poverty rate has surged over…

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  • $427bn a year lost to tax abuse by firms and rich individuals, study finds

    The Cayman Islands, a British overseas territory, is responsible for more than $70bn of global tax losses, the report says. Photograph: Irene Corti/Getty Images/iStockPhoto Larry Elliott Economics editor Thu 19 Nov 2020 19.01 EST as Reported in The Guardian Tax abuse by multinational companies and avoidance by rich individuals is costing countries $427bn a year in…

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