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What are the health risks of snoring?

Do you or your loved one snore at night? Does snoring keep you awake? Do you have trouble falling asleep due to the way you breathe when you relax? There could be a variety...

Exercise may not boost brains of frail elderly

Studies often show older adults find cognitive benefit from exercise, but a new study finds frail older adults gain no such benefit from moderate physical activity. The study works with data from the Lifestyle Interventions...

Helping Your Loved One Through Their Addiction

Dealing with an addicted loved one is no small matter. Alcoholism ravages families and friendships as much as it destroys the individual. When there is an addicted loved one in the family it is...

Orange-grape pills may lower blood sugar

Overweight people who took a capsule for eight weeks that contained two compounds found in red grapes and oranges saw improvements in blood sugar levels and artery function, researchers report. “This is an incredibly exciting development...

Wonders and Ills in Contemporary Society

In today’s world there are very complex social realities in which people are facing countless unprecedented advantages but also challenges and difficulties. Fortunately many innovative solutions and forms of self-help are more accessible than...

A Healthy Approach to Contact Lens Wear

Learn the dos and don’ts of basic care and maintenance tips for every lens wearer, and develop healthy habits to decrease the risk of infection.

Goodbye stretch marks: 6 great preventive tips and solutions

Contrarily to popular beliefs, stretch marks do not only appear on your skin during pregnancy. They can also be the sign of hormonal dysfonctionnement, particularly for both young men and women hitting puberty. Weight...

Ready to Get Healthy? How You Can Make it Happen

Are you finally ready to make sure that you are doing everything you need to do in order to be truly healthy? You might have always known the facts about what it takes to...

Turn bad fat into good

A scientific team has found a method to turn bad fat into good to prevent obesity Not all the fat in our body is bad for our health. There is also good or healthy. Good...

Heroin, painkiller addictions go hand-in-hand

Heroin use has increased a staggering 63 percent over the last 10 years in the United States—an increase made all the worse by the growing abuse of prescription opioids such as oxycodone (Percocet), hydrocodone...
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