Author Archives: pulsedaily

Poor sleep can change your reaction to pain

Lack of sleep may make you more sensitive to pain, according to a study in the Jan. 28, 2019, issue of The Journal of Neuroscience. Researchers found that poor sleep interferes with certain pain centers of the brain and can change how a person perceives and reacts to discomfort. In the study, scientists scanned the brains of 25 healthy adults ...

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Trump Campaign Reveals Special Plans for Millionth ‘MAGA’ Hat

The Trump campaign announced it will be giving away its one millionth Make America Great Again hat, which has already been signed by President Donald Trump and will be personally given by him to the winner. “We’re on the verge of selling our millionth hat,” Trump campaign national press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told Fox News during a recent visit to ...

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Why I support Trump’s vision on border security

Thom Tillis, a Republican, is a U.S. senator from North Carolina. President Trump has few bigger allies than me when it comes to supporting his vision of 21st-century border security, encompassing a major investment in technology, personnel and infrastructure, including new physical barriers where they will be effective. It is a vision that will take many years and tens of ...

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Advanced alcohol-related liver disease on rise in US

The most deadly forms of alcohol-related liver disease appear to be on the rise in the U.S., a new study finds. The new research published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association looked at more than 34,000 people and found the prevalence of alcoholic fatty liver disease (AFLD) with at least Stage 2 fibrosis increased from 0.6% in ...

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How the brain adapts to hear better after vision loss

Both scientific studies and anecdotal evidence have suggested that people who experience vision loss often develop a more enhanced sense of hearing. So what happens inside the brain? New research investigates. What happens in the auditory cortex of a person with early vision loss? According to the World Health Organization (WHO), around 1.3 billion people worldwide have a form of ...

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Does chewing gum help you lose weight?

Should you chew gum if you’re trying to lose weight? Possibly, though you certainly don’t have to start a gum habit if you don’t already chew gum. Here’s the lowdown: Chewing a stick or two of gum won’t magically help you shed pounds. Chewing certainly doesn’t burn many calories, and it won’t undo the calories you just packed away from, ...

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Mark Cuban: ‘Nobody Right Now’ Can Beat Trump

Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban said Tuesday that none of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates has a good chance of beating President Donald Trump. “Nobody right now,” the businessman said in an interview on the CNBC show “Halftime Report” when asked which Democratic presidential hopeful has the best chance of winning in the general election against Trump. Cuban was not even ...

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Natural ways to lower blood pressure

According to Heart.org, an estimated 103 million U.S. adults have high blood pressure (BP), that’s nearly half of all adults in the United States. The website also said that the death rate from high blood pressure increased by nearly 11 percent in the United States between 2005 and 2015, and the actual number of deaths rose by almost 38 percent, ...

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Why Congress Can’t Rein in Trump

House Democrats might as well save everyone’s time and declare the entire Trump administration in contempt of Congress.The White House has repeatedly shown nothing but disdain for a fundamental principle of US democracy — the checks and balances of lawmaker oversight — in a string of escalating showdowns. On Monday alone, a Democratic-led House committee scheduled a vote on holding ...

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