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An interesting study on food and if people would eat certain things if there were a label with the amount of exercise needed to burn of the calories. Also, we help a pair of woman who are in abusive relationships and he saw his best... Read More

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Would you eat it if you knew how much exercise you needed to burn it off?
Would you eat that donut if you knew you had to walk two miles to burn it off? A new study suggests that adding the amount of walking it takes to burn off the calories of what you stuff into your face will lead you to make healthier choices. For example, if you want a double-cheeseburger you would see a label that it would take about six miles of walking to burn it off. Quickly comparing it to a simple hamburger would show that only about 3 miles of walking will burn those calories. Tell me- Is this something you want to know? Email me at questions@uncoveredradio.com or tweet me @drlauraberman.
What is the best kissing indicator?
An exhaustive study on kissing discovered an interesting difference between men and women. Men think a good kiss is when one's partner moans. Women think a good kiss is when a man's breath is fresh and his mouth tastes good. What do you think is a sign of a good kiss? Email me- questions@uncoveredradio.com or tweet me @drlauraberman
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How to Heal After Heartbreak
How do you handle heartbreak? Well, here are some ways that you can handle it!
Dating more than one man?
That woman you've just started dating may be seeing other men. Half of the women polled say they've juggled more than one guy at a time; ten percent have had three guys in rotation. Tell me ladies- do you date more than one guy at a time? Email me - questions@uncoveredradio.com or tweet me @Drlauraberman.
Do you believe in family dinners?
Over the past 15 years researchers have confirmed what parents have known for a long time: sharing a family meal is good for the spirit, the brain and the health of all family members. Recent studies link regular family dinners with lower rates of substance abuse, teen pregnancy and depression, as well as higher grade-point averages and self-esteem. Studies also indicate that dinner conversation is a more potent vocabulary-booster than reading, and the stories told around the kitchen table help our children build resilience. The icing on the cake is that regular family meals also lower the rates of obesity and eating disorders in children and adolescents. Tell me- do you make time for family dinners? Email me- questions@uncoveredradio.com or tweet me @drlauraberman
Would you be willing to move for your partner?
If your wife wants to go for a promotion, what would you be willing to do to support her? There are a lot of considerate husbands out there: an overwhelming majority of men would consider moving to a new city, pitching in on more household chores, or helping with more of the kid stuff. What would you do if your husband or wife went after a new gig? Would you be willing to move? Email me : questions@uncoveredradio.com or tweet me @drlauraberman
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