I am a South Jersey-based author who is a writer for the Pod-Alization podcast blog on Substack, Ear Worthy on Medium, Podcast Reports on Blogger, Auditorily on Vocal and The Listening Post on Tealfeed.
Study shows Baby Temperament affected by Maternal Sensitivity
A recent study published reveals that a child's temperament may be influenced by maternal postpartum depression, maternal sensitivity, and family functioning. Maternal depression was associated with difficult temperaments in infants when maternal sensitivity was low, but not when maternal sensitivity was high. Family functioning similarly moderated these links.
Five Myths about Traffic Safety
tA recent survey of U.S. drivers found – not unsurprisingly – that 72 percent of them consider themselves to be above-average drivers. Only 18 percent self-classified as average drivers and a sheepish – or brutally honest – 9 percent admitted they were below average.
How Often Should You Shower?
A shower a day keeps the dirt away. Some people don’t feel clean without a long hot shower. Over the last 50 years, showers have overtaken baths as the primary method for cleaning the body. In fact, some houses are now built only with showers. And showers are now more elaborate, larger and decorative than ever. It’s not uncommon to see a bathroom renovation where the shower now has three spray nozzles and is now large enough to fit Kansas City Chiefs offensive line.
Another Use for Viagra: Fighting Colorectal Cancer
According to the American Cancer Society (ACS) colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death among men and women in the United States. It is the third most commonly diagnosed form of cancer overall; around 1 in 22 men and 1 in 24 women are likely to develop it at some point.
Gratitude;Smell;Coffee; Prostate Screening;Dog Dangers
Being Grateful is Great for your Health Whiners, complainers, and ingrates -- listen up. Negative thought patterns can be hazardous to your health. And being grateful is good for your heart, according to a new study.
Five mistakes people make at the fitness center
When you’re working out at the fitness center – pressing out that max rep on the bench press or hinging your hips for that last deadlift or just pedaling furiously to nowhere on a stationary bike – you are supposed to be “in the zone.” The exclusive focus of your conscious mind is simply on performing an exercise with the right form and intensity.
The hero behind the heroes who serve our country
Heroes. They can be men like King Leonidas of Sparta at the Battle of Thermopylae. They can be women like Katherine Johnson who intricately calculated the trajectory of the 1969 Apollo 11 mission to the moon. They can champion seismic change like Martin Luther King Jr. or their contribution can go unnoticed for over a century like Ada Lovelace, who is said to have written the instructions for the first computer program in the mid-1800s even though her work went undiscovered until the 1950s.
The One Simple Key To Life
Don’t watch the clock. Do what it does. Keep Going. That quote is plastered on posters meant to be inspirational for employees in thousands of workplaces. Typically, that poster is mounted next to the one with the adorable kitten dangling from a rope with a caption that reads, “hang in there.”
The Five Worst Types of People at your Gym
The fitness center industry has been in a growth cycle the last decade, with more than 61 million people a member of a fitness center. There are more than 36,000 fitness centers in the U.S. and they gross more than $26 billion annually. In those 36,000 fitness centers there is a melting pot of exercisers – from Yoga enthusiasts to body builders, cardio fanatics to no-body-fat HIIT acolytes. However, accompanying these fitness fans, there are those workout wannabes that constitute the worst five types of people you can see at your gym.