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A Toilet Stool May Solve Your Constipation Problem

A Toilet Stool May Solve Your Constipation Problem

Ohio State University researchers found the solution to common bowel issues such as constipation. In a recent study, the team revealed that using a toilet stool may help symptoms like constipation, bloating and incomplete emptiness. Its effectiveness is due to correct body positioning, a squatting position, unlike sitting on a toilet which creates a bend...

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Blue Light Is Non-Carcinogenic and Can Lower Blood Pressure

Blue Light Is Non-Carcinogenic and Can Lower Blood Pressure

A new study conducted by an English and a German university revealed that blue light can help lower blood pressure. Published in the European Journal of Preventative Cardiology, the study also showed that exposure to blue light reduces the risk of developing heart disease. According to an NHS consultant, “This would be particularly helpful to...

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7 Peculiar Things that Raise Cancer Risks and 1 that Doesn’t

7 Peculiar Things that Raise Cancer Risks and 1 that Doesn’t

One unexpected thing that increases our risks in esophageal cancer is drinking very hot tea coupled with smoking and alcohol. Studies confirmed that being 4 inches taller also increases your risk in colon cancer. Women sitting too close to grills are highly exposed to carcinogenic chemicals from burning charcoal. While we all know the basics...

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7 Natural Detox Remedies to Boost Liver Functions

7 Natural Detox Remedies to Boost Liver Functions

Not only is the liver the body’s largest and hardest working organ, but it is also its main detoxifier. In order for the body’s detox systems to perform well, the liver should also be working at its best. Adding sulfuric vegetables into your diet or drinking dandelion teas are some of the natural remedies to...

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome May Be Caused By A Hyperactive Immune System

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome May Be Caused By A Hyperactive Immune System

The risk of developing chronic fatigue syndrome may be due to a severe infection or a highly stressful life event, says a UK research. A hepatitis C therapy called interpheron alpha was used by the study as a model due to its similar effects to the immune system. Genetics may be a reason as to...

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The Facts About Meat Substitutes and What They Can Do to Your Health

The Facts About Meat Substitutes and What They Can Do to Your Health

According to past research, soy contains isoflavones that cause health issues like breast cancer and thyroid problems. However, experts say that it’s okay to eat soy products because they don’t contain enough isoflavones to significantly damage your health. It’s also best to get protein from less processed meat substitutes. If you have read about Beyonce...

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How to Care for Your Hair During Winter, According to Experts

How to Care for Your Hair During Winter, According to Experts

Your skin suffers during the super cold and dry winter season, so does your hair. The bitter cold can cause dryness, leading to split-ends and breakage. Some hair experts give tips on winter hair care that could prevent your chances for hair damage. 1. Don’t go outside with wet hair “Think about it — when...

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How to Do a Colon Cleanse Naturally at the Comfort of Your Home

How to Do a Colon Cleanse Naturally at the Comfort of Your Home

The colon or the large intestine is an important part of the digestive and should be cleaned for optimal digestive health. Colon cleansing may help digestive issues including constipation or irregular bowel movements, and some claim that it can also lower the risk of colon cancer. Colon cleansing should not be done every day or even every...

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Myths and Facts about Sagging Face

Myths and Facts about Sagging Face

A lot of people work out to tone the muscles of the arms, legs and torso, but don’t do any routines targeting the face and neck muscles. One of the most dreaded aspects of aging is losing the skin’s elasticity and firmness, causing the facial muscles to sag. A sagging face can be the result...

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The Mediterranean Diet is Named the Healthiest Diet Yet Again

The Mediterranean Diet is Named the Healthiest Diet Yet Again

The Mediterranean diet takes the top spot as the healthiest diet yet again, while last year’s most talked about ketogenic diet only ranked 38th. Experts say that the Mediterranean diet, which involves an increased intake of plant-based foods and decreased meat consumption, is the most beneficial for long-term health. Aside from its numerous benefits, the...