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Best Low-Impact Exercises for General Health

Low-Impact Exercises Did you know that the best exercises may be the easiest ones? According to Dr I-Min Lee, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. Natural News recently published an article that describes Dr. I-Min Lee’s best low-impact exercises. I have posted the main point in this blog post. Swimming Lee has called this…

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Burn Treatment: Best Home Remedies

Burn Treatment Treating a burn can be a little tough sometimes. Especially when you’re looking for the most cost-effective and least painful way to treat it at home. Medical News Today recently published an article about home remedies for burns. I have posted the main points in this blog post. Burns are classified according to…

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Blue Light is Pure Evil: Come Find Out Why!

Blue light is a lot more terrible than we think. If affects your physiology in such a manner that it may cause terminal illnesses. Harvard Health Publishing from Harvard Medical School recently shared a letter about blue light’s dark side. I have posted the main points in this blog post. Exposure to blue light at…

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Brain Training: Which is the Best Brain Boost Exercise?

Brain Training Have you ever tried brain training? There are a variety of different brain exercises out there. Some are scientifically proven to work better than others. ScienceDaily recently published an article about a research presented by John Hopkins University. I have posted the main points in this blog post. Though this exercise didn’t make…

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Libido Boosters: Top 6 Remedies You Don’t Want to Miss

Tired of using the same old remedies to hype up your libido? Look no more and try these out!  Even if these usual turn-ons work for you, sooner or later they start to feel tired — which may make you less likely to respond to them, says Irwin Goldstein, M.D., director of sexual medicine at…

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The Ultimate Hand Washing Method

hand washing Have you ever asked yourself how long should you wash your hands or with what frequency? Dr. Mercola recently published an article with a detailed answer to those questions. I have summed up the main points in this blog post.  Handwashing is an important strategy to reduce the spread of infections, colds and…

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Did you know dancing can impact your brain?

MedlinePlus recently published a very interesting article on dancing and the brain. I have posted the main points in this blog post.  Dance classes may beat traditional exercise when it comes to improving older adults’ balance — and it might enhance brain areas related to memory and learning along the way. That’s the finding of…

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Become a Morning Person in 4 Easy Steps

Have you found yourself thinking how in the world you can become a morning person? You’ve come to the right place! NBC News recently published an article on how to become a morning person. I have posted the main points in this blog post.  TAKE MELATONIN TWO HOURS BEFORE BED. Melatonin isn’t a sedative but…

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Daily Exercise Benefits: Come Check it Out!

Daily Exercise Exercise has many proven health benefits. Dr. Mercola recently published an article describing how daily exercise could prevent premature deaths. I have posted the main points in this blog. Getting 30 minutes of daily exercise could prevent 1 in 12 premature deaths. More than 10,000 studies confirm excessive sitting is an independent risk…

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Chocolate is delicious, but is it healthy?

Chocolate Many of us are fans of chocolate, but is it really healthy for us? A recently published research indicates that chocolate can reduce your risk of early death. CNN recently published an article discussing this. I have posted the main points in this blog post. The reduction in risk was more significant once people…

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