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Studies now show that what was once thought of as unhealthy time-wasting is now related to better health.

But more than that, these little plants could hold the secret to effortless brainpower improvements.

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Reading This Just Might Make You Healthier

"Watching TV is bad for your health."

"Sitting in front of the computer is, too."

Experts have proclaimed these health warnings over and over again. Usually, they assume that the more time a person spends on the couch watching the screen, the less time a person spends on their feet being active.

But, a new study reveals that the right kind of mass media consumption (TV, newspapers, magazines, internet, e-newsletters) may not be bad for your health after all.

An Italian study of more than 1,000 people found that those who consumed mass media content were more likely to...

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Everyday Plants that Studies Show May Improve Brainpower

From the aroma of our favorite apple pie to the scent of someone’s hair, we all know from experience that the sense of smell has a powerful effect on our brains.

In fact, as far back as the 17th century, herbalists were touting the benefits of using essential oils derived from plants to sharpen the senses and heighten our moods. Today, modern research suggests that aromatherapy (the practice of tapping aromatic plants for health and well-being) has some merit.

British researchers recently exposed study participants to varying levels of rosemary essential oil, which is rich in a chemical compound called 1,8-cineole. After the exposure, participants completed tasks requiring math and visual information processing.

Researchers discovered that those who tested with higher blood levels of 1,8-cineole...

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