- First, caffeine boosts your mood. A study at Harvard University shows that women who drink at least 3 cups of coffee a day are 42 percent less likely to feel blue. Why? Caffeine causes the brain to produce the feel-good hormones serotonin and dopamine.
- Next--Want an easier allergy season? Skip the foods that can make allergies worse. That's from a study at Long Island College Hospital. If you're allergic to grass pollen, avoid celery and potatoes. If ragweed make you sneeze, skip bananas, cantaloupe and watermelon. But you only have to avoid them during allergy season.
- And would you like stronger bones? Crouch down and jump! A study at Tufts University found that women who basically leap-frogged in place for two minutes, lowered their risk of future hip fractures by 30 percent. So, make your bones stronger by jumping 30 times 5 days a week.
- And the final quick tip for your health and well-being is--Exercise can help your hearing.
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