Do you know how much you weight? The Doctors discuss a study that found many people don't truly know their number.
Debating the 4-Day Work Week! Does Bad Mood Make You Productive? Is Big Pharma Getting into the DNA Testing Business? Underestimating the Weight Fueling Obesity Crisis? Could Your Earliest Memories Be Fake? Could Coffee Help Weight Loss?
Debating the 4-day work week! Does bad mood make you productive? Is big pharma getting into the DNA testing business? Underestimating the weight fueling obesity crisis? Could your earliest memories be fake? Could coffee help weight loss?
Have you taken an at-home DNA test? You might be surprised to find out that some of your information is being sold to outside companies for research.
Do you really know how much you weigh? The Doctors share how a study of overweight and obese people found that only 17 percent of the women and 39 percent of the men estimated their weight correctly.
Many people believe that drinking a coffee can help you eat less, but just how true is this theory?
Did you ever wonder what the at-home genetic testing companies are doing with your DNA? It turns out they might be selling it to pharmaceutical companies.
Many people believe coffee and other caffeinated beverages first thing in the morning can act as an appetite suppressant aiding in weight loss. However, a University of Buffalo study shows this may not be the case.
The Doctors discuss a New Zealand’s company’s trial of having a 4-day work week, and the company discovered their employees were more productive and much happier.
DNA tests might be popular, but find out why ER physician Dr. Travis Stork is leery of sharing his DNA information with a company.
Turns out, your first memories might not be so accurate!