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Valentine’s Science: Top 5 Ways Romance Affects Your Brain

Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to let someone know that you’re interested in a romantic relationship. It’s also traditionally the day to shower your significant other with attention. These practices go back hundreds of years and the tradition has become a mainstay from childhood classrooms to the retirement home.

Love and romance are the most talked about, written about, and thought about of the human

Why Doing Good Matters: Sustainability and Community Building

At OmegaBrite, our purpose is to offer benefits for your health. That doesn’t end with delivering the highest quality omega-3 supplement on the market that’s high in purity and potency. We believe that building a better community and planet should be the mission of every conscientious company, especially those who work with nature.

If you’re familiar with our products, you may already know that we use

Have We Found the Fountain of Youth?

A 2012 study (1) from Ohio State University revealed promising data for the world of longevity and anti-aging: if you want to add years to your life, begin by adding length to your telomeres.

But how exactly do you do that ?

According to their research, there’s at least one clinically demonstrated approach that’s not only simple but immensely effective, too:
Daily supplementation with the high quality, pharmaceutical

Exercise is beneficial for the heart at any age

Amazing news reported in New York Times that exercise in young rats creates more contractile heart cells that remain for their entire lives. We don’t know if this will have a similar reflection in human heart health but it is critical that we make sure our children exercise. The New York Times reports “The hearts of the childhood runners, though, teemed with about 20 million

10 Ways to Reduce Stress in Your Life Now

What is Stress ?
Stress is a normal part of life and can be a good thing in small amounts. Chronic stress can negatively impact work and home life and be detrimental for our health. Stress is associated with headaches, cardiovascular issues including high blood pressure, gastrointestinal problems, depression and anxiety. It may also worsen skin conditions such as acne and psoriasis, lead to unwanted weight