If you want to avoid colds this winter, try exercising. Researchers at Appalachian State University recently completed a survey of 1000 people aged 18 – 85. Those who exercised regularly had the fewest and least severe colds. Cold symptoms ended 43% to 46% sooner among those that exercised five times a week or more. A daily 30 minute brisk walk or other similar exercise appears to get immune cells circulating more and puts them on alert to fight colds.
Increase in Amtrak Ridership Since 1997 (Source: Slate)
Percentage Of Food In America That Ends Up In The Trash (Source: LA Times)
Percentage Of Online Consumer Reviews That Are Fake (Source: NY Times)