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Subjects who were working jobs that required complex interactions with people or complicated skills were less likely to develop dementia later in life. Professions that are considered high in these complexity categories include law, medicine, social work, engineering, architecture, and music. Dementia, Social Work, Mental Health, Law, Medicine, Engineering, Study, Chart, Science

Job Complexity and Dementia Risk

Subjects who were working jobs that required complex interactions with people or complicated skills were less likely to develop dementia later in life. Professions that are considered high in these complexity categories include law, medicine, social work, engineering, architecture, and music.

Study participants who were less physically active at work were more likely to perform better on cognitive tests. Study, Chart, Science, Activities, Health, Salud, Flag, Science Comics, Studio

Cognitive Performance and Activity at Work

Study participants who were less physically active at work were more likely to perform better on cognitive tests.

Researchers found that subjects who reported high activity levels had a significantly reduced risk of cognitive decline compared to those who reported low activity levels. Exercise benefits every aspect of physical and mental health, and this is no exception. Exercise Benefits, Meta Analysis, Physical Activities, Physics, Mental Health, Study, Science, Physics Humor, Mental Illness

Physical Activity and Risk of Cognitive Decline

Researchers found that subjects who reported high activity levels had a significantly reduced risk of cognitive decline compared to those who reported low activity levels. Exercise benefits every aspect of physical and mental health, and this is no exception.

The burden of COPD on the world's population is worse than ever before. A study compared the number of cases and deaths attributed to COPD between 1990 and 2015. The number of annual cases increased by 44.2% and the number of deaths increased by 11.6%. Mental Disorders, Anxiety Disorder, World Population, Depression, Alcohol, Study, Cases, Chart, Science

Rise of Global COPD Burden

The burden of COPD on the world's population is worse than ever before. A study compared the number of cases and deaths attributed to COPD between 1990 and 2015. The number of annual cases increased by 44.2% and the number of deaths increased by 11.6%.

Both caffeine and naps significantly reduced the rate of traffic line crossing compared to decaf coffee consumption.

Caffeine vs Naps for Nighttime Driving

Both caffeine and naps significantly reduced the rate of traffic line crossing compared to decaf coffee consumption.

Participants who had a combination of napping and caffeine reported the lowest sleepiness scores, meaning they were the least sleepy. Job performance was also improved by a combination of napping and caffeine based on the vigilance test.

Caffeine vs Naps for Night Shift Job Performance

Participants who had a combination of napping and caffeine reported the lowest sleepiness scores, meaning they were the least sleepy. Job performance was also improved by a combination of napping and caffeine based on the vigilance test.

The feeling of warmth from alcohol is not a result of an increased core body temperature. Alcohol restricts the body's regular temperature fluctuations. Common hangover symptoms can cause a temporary spike in body temperature. Hangover Symptoms, Core, Alcohol, Science, Canning, Feelings, Health, Rubbing Alcohol, Liquor

Alcohol and Fever

The feeling of warmth from alcohol is not a result of an increased core body temperature. Alcohol restricts the body's regular temperature fluctuations. Common hangover symptoms can cause a temporary spike in body temperature.

The top 3 causes of a hangover fever are severe dehydration, low blood sugar, and immune response. Hangover Symptoms, Low Blood Sugar, No Response, Drinking, Alcoholic Drinks, Chart, Science, Health, Top

Top 3 Causes of a Hangover Fever

The top 3 causes of a hangover fever are severe dehydration, low blood sugar, and immune response.

Caffeinated coffee may reduce a man's risk of gout. Caffeine In Tea, Decaf Coffee, Gout, Coffee Drinks, It Hurts, Chart, Science, Canning, Health

Caffeine Intake and Risk of Gout

Caffeinated coffee may reduce a man's risk of gout.

A study found a 2.58x increased risk of rheumatoid arthritis in subjects drinking more than 4 cups of decaffeinated coffee per day compared to no use. Caffeine In Tea, Decaf Coffee, Coffee Drinks, Coffee Cups, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Drinking, It Hurts, Study, Chart

Caffeine and Rheumatoid Arthritis

A study found a 2.58x increased risk of rheumatoid arthritis in subjects drinking more than 4 cups of decaffeinated coffee per day compared to no use.

Eating breakfast may improve blood pressure but hurt cholesterol. High Blood Pressure, Lower Cholesterol, Heart Health, Heart Disease, It Hurts, Science, Breakfast, Morning Coffee, Cardiovascular Disease

Breakfast and Heart Health

Eating breakfast may improve blood pressure but hurt cholesterol.

Risk factors for heart disease include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, diet, physical activity, alcohol, and tobacco. High Blood Pressure, Trans Fat, Lower Cholesterol, Saturated Fat, Heart Disease, Physical Activities, Factors, Diabetes, Behavior

Risk Factors for Heart Disease

Risk factors for heart disease include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, diet, physical activity, alcohol, and tobacco.

The prevalence of and deaths associated with AFib are increasing in younger populations. High Risk, Death, Alcohol, Chart, Science, Rubbing Alcohol, Liquor, Flag, Science Comics

Rise in AFib Cases and Deaths

The prevalence of and deaths associated with AFib are increasing in younger populations.

Abstaining from alcohol can decrease the risk of episode recurrence and hospital admissions in patients with AFib.

Alcohol Abstinence in AFib Patients

Abstaining from alcohol can decrease the risk of episode recurrence and hospital admissions in patients with AFib.

Individuals who consume 15+ alcoholic drinks per week are at greater risk of AFib than those who report less than one drink per week.

Alcohol Consumption and AFib Risk

Individuals who consume 15+ alcoholic drinks per week are at greater risk of AFib than those who report less than one drink per week.

74% of symptomatic AFib patients say their episodes have triggers. High Risk, Alcohol, Chart, Science, Exercise, Sayings, Health, Rubbing Alcohol, Ejercicio

Top Triggers of AFib Episodes

74% of symptomatic AFib patients say their episodes have triggers.