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Why Castor Oil Is the New Go-To Beauty Trick

Why Castor Oil Is the New Go-To Beauty Trick

Essential oils have been considered an elixir for generations for their medicinal and therapeutic properties. Some oils like cedarwood and lavender help you to sleep, eucalyptus improves respiratory problems and coconut oil for dry hair and sensitive skin. Castor oil is now at the forefront of our beauty regimen, enhancing skin, hair, nails, and even...

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An Hour a Week of Doing This May Reduce Heart Attack Risks by 70 Percent

An Hour a Week of Doing This May Reduce Heart Attack Risks by 70 Percent

Aerobic exercises such as walking, cycling and swimming are beneficial to heart health. But a study from the Iowa State University discovered that strength training is essential as well because it lowers heart disease risks. Findings also state that no need to do this type of exercise many times a week; instead, a total of...

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How Coffee Intake Affects your Blood Pressure

How Coffee Intake Affects your Blood Pressure

While coffee is one of the most favorite drinks in the world, debates have been emerging as to whether drinking is good for your overall health. According to research, blood pressure may increase for a short time after consumption. However, the effect isn’t prolonged. In addition, effects on the blood pressure for habitual coffee drinkers...

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Sodas increase diabetes risk for you than other sugary foods

Sodas increase diabetes risk for you than other sugary foods

Consuming too many sodas can negatively affect your health. In fact, it may increase your risk of diabetes more than other sugary foods, according to a new study. Researchers from St. Michael’s Hospital and Toronto University in Canada recently conducted a study, published in the British Medical Journal, to determine how different sugary foods affect blood glucose...

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Researchers Develop Vaccine That Could Delay Alzheimer’s Disease, Hope For Human Trials

Researchers Develop Vaccine That Could Delay Alzheimer’s Disease, Hope For Human Trials

Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center were able to come up with a vaccine that could delay the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. The experimental vaccine showed potential results in animal testing and hopefully, the vaccine will progress to human trials. The study’s senior author said that If the vaccine proves safe and effective in people, it could trim the number of dementia patients...

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Discover the Best Exercise that Can Help Delay the Signs of Aging

Discover the Best Exercise that Can Help Delay the Signs of Aging

A team of researchers from Leipzig University in Germany studied the impact of different forms of exercise on the human body. The research aimed to compare the effects of endurance, HIIT and resistance training on healthy volunteers who were “previously inactive.” The findings revealed that endurance and high intensity training help better in reversing the...

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Here Are 6 Tell-Tale Signs You’re Using Too Many Skincare Products

Here Are 6 Tell-Tale Signs You’re Using Too Many Skincare Products

Trying all the beauty products advertised on the internet, with a promise of a miracle, is not really helping your skin. Some skincare products contain harsh chemicals and others may not really be suited to your skin type. Instead of nourishing the skin, you may actually damaging it by overtreatment. More and more new skincare...

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Heavy Metals: Facts, Poisoning and Prevention

Heavy Metals: Facts, Poisoning and Prevention

Harmful metals are actually all around us – it can even be present in the food that we eat. The tricky part is: heavy metals are invisible practically impossible to detect. Some metals are necessary for biological function, but there are some that we need to be more watchful about since we’re ingesting more of...

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How to avoid Vitamin D deficiency this winter

How to avoid Vitamin D deficiency this winter

Vitamin D is naturally produced in the skin when it’s been directly exposed to sunlight. During the winter, when there is a shortage of sunshine, vitamin D deficiency often occurs. To prevent serious health complications due to lack of vitamin D, take particular attention to what you eat and expose yourself to the available sunlight....

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7 ReasonsThat Might Be Causing Your Embarrassing Excessive Burping

7 ReasonsThat Might Be Causing Your Embarrassing Excessive Burping

Burping is completely normal as it helps get rid of extra air trapped inside your body. Burping is part of the human condition, but excessive burping shouldn’t be. It is not only embarrassing but sometimes, there is an underlying medical condition that you need to get checked. Here are the 7 potential reasons why you’re a burping...