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The Side Part Is Back: How Changing Hairstyles Benefits Your Locks, Plus Other Hair Health Tips

The side part has been a popular way to style hair for decades, but it’s taken a hit in recent years, with Gen Zers famously flocking to social media to declare the lookstyle officially “out” and beseeching millennials to switch to a middle part. As fashion trends are wont to do, however, the side part […]

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The 8 Dimensions of Wellness: Simple Self-Care Practices for Every Area of Life

We all hear a lot about the importance of wellness, and it’s a topic we love tackling here at Nice News — but what does it actually entail? Occupational therapist and researcher Peggy Swarbrick defines wellness as “a conscious, deliberate process that requires being aware of and making choices for a more satisfying lifestyle.” It

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40% of Alzheimer’s Cases Are Preventable — How You Can Reduce Your Risk, According to an Expert 

Previous research has shown that nearly 40% of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia cases may be preventable or delayed. And in December, a team of U.K. researchers published a world-first study identifying risk factors that specifically apply to young-onset, or early-onset, dementia cases, meaning those diagnosed in people under age 65.  Some of the 15

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Have You Heard of Cozy Cardio? Learn All About the Latest Fitness Trend — And Give It a Try

The latest fitness trend — cozy cardio — couldn’t be more Nice News-coded. The concept has blown up on social media thanks to a content creator named Hope Zuckerbrow. She began posting videos of her early morning workouts in 2022, and they quickly took off.  It’s easy to see why. Cozy cardio rejects the idea

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Some of the Biggest Cancer Research Breakthroughs in Recent Years

Cancer affects millions of people every year — meaning many, if not most, of us have been personally impacted in some form by the disease.  Initiatives like World Cancer Day, celebrated annually on Feb. 4, work to raise awareness, educate the public, and advocate for action in humanity’s collective fight against the illness. And though

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The Benefits of Morning Exercise — And 5 Workouts You Can Try Today

There are few things you can do that can have as positive an impact on your physical and mental health as exercise. Physical movement comes with upsides like boosting brain function, lowering blood pressure, and reducing the risk of disease. Furthermore, there aren’t too many everyday activities — from walking to grocery shopping, climbing stairs, or

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You Got This: 9 Time Management Methods to Increase Productivity and Reduce Stress

“So little time, so much to do” is a phrase we’ve all likely said (or sung) about our lives. Although we can’t add extra hours to our days, we can use the time we do have more strategically.  Time management techniques are intended to do just that, providing guides to help us approach our lives

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The 5 Sleep Languages: How Knowing Yours Could Help You Get Better Rest

The concept of love languages has been around for over three decades now. But did you know we humans also have “sleep languages”? There are five of them, and knowing yours can prove helpful in optimizing this vital biological function. Many of us are at least somewhat aware of the importance of sleep — we’re

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A Newly Discovered Parkinson’s Trigger Could Open Doors for Prevention, Earlier Treatment

A recent study is challenging long held beliefs about Parkinson’s disease, and the findings could lead to new and improved avenues of treatment.  The widely accepted explanation for what causes the disease is the degeneration of dopaminergic neurons, the main source of dopamine in the central nervous system. Found in the midbrain, they contribute to

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Why Lauren Miller and Seth Rogen’s Alzheimer’s Charity Leads With Levity — And Wants You to Protect Your Brain

Alzheimer’s can be a devastating disease, and it’s one that touches so many: More than 6 million Americans may be living with the neurological condition. So it might seem unnatural to approach it with comedy, but for Seth Rogen and wife Lauren Miller Rogen, it’s the only way they know how.  “It’s kind of just

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