By Brandon Baker for PhillyVoice Naps are satisfying, but are they healthy? Eager to learn whether those quick-fix snoozers are helping or hurting our normal sleep patterns, wereached out to Dr. Karl Doghramji, Medical Director of the Jefferson Sleep Disorders Center, for an explanation. The science gets confusing with conflicting information. Is a nap good for you? Napping is not such an unusual phenomenon. In our society, around 20 percent of individuals take naps regularly, and other societies in Europe, and in other parts of the world, napping is more frequent. It's a common human experience. So, the question becomes, in...
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It may be no surprise that being a vegan is tough, but meat-eaters and meat-abstainers probably have more in common than they might think.
Vegans are foremost focused on healthy eating. Six out of 10 Americans want their meals to be healthier, and research shows that plant-based diets are associated with reduced risk for heart disease, certain cancers, and Type 2 diabetes.