Can personality affect heart disease risk?

Will Kreznick

Negative traits such as anger and insecurity have been linked to heart-related problems. Taking steps to temper these tendencies may help.

Remember the Type A personality? First coined back in the 1950s, the term refers to people who are aggressive, ambitious, competitive, and time-conscious. But the notion that Type As were more likely to have heart attacks than their more laid-back counterparts turned out to be untrue, as numerous studies in the 1980s and 1990s revealed.

But in the early 2000s, another personality type — Type D for distressed — began getting more attention. Type D people are anxious, irritable,

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Smoothie Operator: Independent Blender Bringing Healthy Food To The Streets

Will Kreznick

NEW ORLEANS — Good food and music are staples of New Orleans, Louisiana.

Unfortunately, that food usually comes in the form of seafood, gumbo, jambalaya, king cake and beignets — items that make your taste buds happy and your waistline expand.

However, 5th Ward native Domonique “Dinero” Meyers offers a delicious alternative to the city’s famous, but sometimes greasy fare. His Ascent Blends brand of organic smoothies had a modest start on the sidewalks of New Orleans, just a blender and organic fruits.

His efforts at healthy living didn’t go unnoticed — he recently secured a distribution deal with

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Rise Market Launches Home Delivery Service to Allow Access to Healthy Food and Supplements at Wholesale Prices

Will Kreznick

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Raymond James: 2 Chip Giants to Buy Now (And 1 to Avoid)

Semiconductors are one of the modern world’s essential industries, making possible so much of what we rely on or take for granted: internet access, high-speed computers with high-speed memory, even the thermostats that control our air conditioning – there isn’t much, tech-wise, that doesn’t use semiconductor chips. The global semiconductor chip market was valued at over $513 billion in 2019, and despite the worst the pandemic could do, the chip sector rose to $726 billion in 2020. It’s a market based on a near-limitless customer base; it’s

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Eating Healthy Food in Ramadan Is Important to Body |

Will Kreznick

By Sainabou Sambou

Fasting durng Ramadan can improve one’s health, but only if done in the proper manner. But if done incorrectly, it can cause more harm than good.

Speaking to Peter Mendy, head of department research consultant at Gambia Tourism and Hospitality Institute (GTHI) has advised everyone especially Muslims fasting in the Holy Month of Ramadan to take nutritional food.

In a very simple and acceptable tradition, he recommended that it is good to start iftar with dates and honey, porridge mix with less sugar, natural yoghurt or laban (milk) “these are healthy for our iftar.”

At night, he

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Healthy snacking and going meatless: top food trends of Gen Z

Will Kreznick

According to a US report, Gen Z wants to eat healthier, looking towards balanced foods and consuming less meat. However, this generation is still fond of sweet and salty snacks, as shown by their favourite brands.

They are curious, open to new experiences and don’t like staying still. The individuals who make up Gen Z are applying their values to their food choices. Proof of their concern for what they put on their plates is the fact that they devote a large part of their spending money to it: 23% of their budget, according to the latest bi-annual report by

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