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Help, the Queen’s Grandson Peter Phillips Is Advertising Milk on TV

Max Mumby/IndigoGetty Images Princess Anne’s son Peter Phillips is, um, in a milk commercial. To be clear, the Queen does not need this sh*t right now. Today in Things My Eyes Simply Shouldn’t Have to See, Queen Elizabeth’s literal grandson is out here sponsoring….milk. Like, just straight-up feakin’ MILK. Yep, as if the Queen doesn’t… Read More »

HOW A REMEDIAL MASSAGE CAN HELP YOU TO QUICKLY OVERCOME DISCOMFORT AFTER EXERCISE

When the term “remedial massage” is used, it is natural to respond with “what is that?” It is a form of massage otherwise referred to as a sports massage. Remedial massage therapy is typically used to relieve a range of ailments or injuries and is performed by a qualified, professional practitioner. It is a form… Read More »

New Therapies Help Patients With Dementia Cope With Depression

Anne Firmender, 74, was working with her psychologist to come up with a list of her positive attributes. “I cook for others,” said Ms. Firmender. “It’s giving,” encouraged the psychologist, Dimitris Kiosses. “Good kids,” continued Ms. Firmender, who has four grown children and four grandchildren. “And great mother,” added Dr. Kiosses. Ms. Firmender smiled. Dr.… Read More »

Don’t use stimulants to cram for exams. It ruins sleep and doesn’t help test scores.

Along with a steeper financial burden and an increasingly competitive academic environment, this year’s incoming freshman university class will likely be confronted with the pressure to take a little pill that some popular culture references say will make you “awesome at everything.” Or they may eschew the temptation and rely on the standard practice of… Read More »

We help journalists avoid reliance on sources with financial conflicts of interest

September 26, 2019 Posted By Categories Gary Schwitzer is the founder and publisher of HealthNewsReview.org.  He tweets as @garyschwitzer, or at @HealthNewsRevu. For the past 11 years, HealthNewsReview.org has helped journalists find industry-independent experts to use as sources in their stories.  It’s an effort begun by journalists Jeanne Lenzer and Shannon Brownlee (now a VP… Read More »