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Research has shown that having the right gut microbes can reduce the risk of heart disease – if you’re a mouse. Now, our latest study, published in the European Heart Journal, shows that this might be true for humans, too. By Ana Valdes, University of Nottingham
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We often try to pack a lot into our day; we race around, ticking things off our to-do list so we can rest easy and relax at night.
But what if we took a moment for being, rather than doing? Does it pay to slow down and focus on the present moment? [Read more…] about Being present in a fast-paced world