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@healthy-living | 2 May 19 - 00:57

4 Tips for Effective Hand Care
You use your hands every single day and still, many people do not take the time to take care of their hands. Most people actually do not only not take the time to take care of their hands, but also don’t realize the importance of hand care. In this article, we are going to touch base on 4 tips for effective ha...
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4 Tips for Effective Hand Care
 You use your hands
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@healthy-living | 2 May 19 - 00:54

The Female Athletes Epidemic
In 1998 the American Journal of Sports Medicine featured an article titled "The Association Between the Menstrual Cycle and Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries in Female Athletes." This article confirmed the suspicion that many coaches already had, which is that hormonal, as well as anatomical, predispositions w...
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The Female Athletes Epidemic
 In 1998 the American
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@healthy-living | 2 May 19 - 00:46

Speech Therapy: Talking to Your Child at an Early Age
It is never too early to start talking to your child. All your child needs to survive is learnt under your tutelage first. It is important that you set aside a lot of time to just speak to your child. Use his or her name frequently in the course of the conversation to help the child iden...
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Speech Therapy: Talking to Your Child at an Early
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@healthy-living | 2 May 19 - 00:38

Pizza: A Global Food Phenomenon
All the way back in eighteenth century Italy, the pizza was born. The combination of bread and tomato that was to become the pizza we know nowadays began as the food of the poor. It was such a delicious combination that it eventually brought tourists to Naples, the city of its origin, just to try their...
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Pizza: A Global Food Phenomenon
 All the way back
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@healthy-living | 10 Apr 19 - 01:24

Can My Dog Be a Vegetarian Like Me?
Vegetarianism is on the rise in this country. It is a movement to stray away from most processed products and live a more environmentally-friendly life. And for those with political opposition to the meat industry, a vegetarian diet is to show opposition to the practices and procedures. With more a...
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Can My Dog Be a Vegetarian Like Me?
 Vegetarianism
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@healthy-living | 10 Apr 19 - 01:18

Home Remedies for Removing Warts
Warts are ugly little things, not to mention painful. They are physical manifestations of Human Pappiloma Virus, which could carry serious health risks including a risk of cancer. Going to the doctor to have them removed can be even more painful and cost a lot of money, while buying remedies from the local p...
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Home Remedies for Removing Warts
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@healthy-living | 10 Apr 19 - 01:14

Prepare Yourself for the Summer
Summertime is coming up! It's a time when the kids are out of school, and a time to plan family vacations, weekend trips to the river, or a simple backyard barbecue. But you can't just step outside for several hours for summer fun, as it can be easy to get heat exhaustion and dehydration if not properly prepa...
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Prepare Yourself for the Summer
 Summertime is com
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@healthy-living | 10 Apr 19 - 01:08

5 Fad Diets That Failed
Every year a host of diets hit the market that promise consumers what has yet to be seen: lasting and effective results. As our country's waste line expands it seems that, in equal measure, so does are appetite for quick fix diet schemes that promise huge results without a lot of effort. This isn't a new trend and, i...
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5 Fad Diets That Failed
 Every year a host of diet
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@healthy-living | 9 Apr 19 - 04:55

U.S. Raw Milk on the Rise - New Staph Strain Found in Europe
For the last several years now more and more Americans are becoming put off by the pasteurizing process they view as an unnecessary measure against illness-inducing microbes found in milk. Advocates point to advanced methods of keeping milk clean during milking, the farm-freshness...
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U.S. Raw Milk on the Rise - New Staph Strain Found
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@healthy-living | 9 Apr 19 - 04:43

The Healing Power of Water
It's no secret that drinking plenty of water has been a key to a longer and healthier life, yet many still don't drink their daily requirement. In addition to giving you a more youthful appearance and greater endurance during physical activities, drinking the daily recommended amount of water can actually reduce y...
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The Healing Power of Water
 It's no secret that dr
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@healthy-living | 9 Apr 19 - 04:36

The Negative Side Effects of Soda on Your Oral Health
Most are simply concerned with the sugar found in regular soda and the extra pounds that sugar may add. However, even diet sodas can have negative side effects on our health. Both regular and diet sodas alike can greatly decrease oral health, and with most kids and adults reaching for so...
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The Negative Side Effects of Soda on Your Oral Hea
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@healthy-living | 9 Apr 19 - 04:29

Lo-Cal Living Linked to Reversing Type II Diabetes
Recent health studies performed by British researchers have led to evidence indicating type II diabetes isn't the "lifelong" illness most medical experts have always assumed it to be. Subjects at Newcastle University with type II diabetes were put onto extremely low calories diets - 600 cal...
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Lo-Cal Living Linked to Reversing Type II Diabetes
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@healthy-living | 6 Apr 19 - 03:54

Three "Healthy" Foods That Aren’t That Healthy
Many people want to add more nutritious foods to their diet. It’s tough staying away from those tempting treats and delicious cheeseburgers, and, in an attempt to get our waste lines under control, we often switch up to some of the healthier options. It’s almost a gut reaction to choose a salad...
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Three "Healthy" Foods That Aren’t That Healthy
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@healthy-living | 6 Apr 19 - 03:48

Happiness is Good For You
When Aristotle said that happiness is the meaning of human existence, he might have been on to something. New efforts in medical research seem to suggest that happiness plays a very active role in people living longer, healthier lives. A recent study has reported that the elderly may be up to 35% less likely to die...
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Happiness is Good For You
 When Aristotle said tha
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@healthy-living | 2 Apr 19 - 01:30

Simple Solutions for Avoiding Sickness This Season
Most of us dread the winter months for the simple fact that we associate the whipping winds, icy conditions, and holiday stresses with acquiring common colds and influenza at seemingly the worst possible time. We decidedly avoid the unforgiving outdoor climate and focus on our jobs and maki...
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Simple Solutions for Avoiding Sickness This Season
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@healthy-living | 2 Apr 19 - 01:08

Are Electronic Cigarettes Safe?
While there have not been controlled medical studies to confirm this, electronic cigarettes are claimed to be safer than traditional cigarettes because you don’t inhale smoke. Electronic cigarettes are often vaporizers that vaporize a liquid solution into an aerosol mist, which you then inhale like a t...
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Are Electronic Cigarettes Safe?
 While there have
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@healthy-living | 2 Apr 19 - 01:02

Minimally-Invasive Surgeries Increasingly Opted by Patients and Professionals Alike
Very few people look forward to surgery for the simple fact that most of us don’t exactly enjoy having our bodies cut open and our insides exposed. The late Steve Jobs skipped potentially life-saving surgery immediately after being diagnosed with the pancrea...
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Minimally-Invasive Surgeries Increasingly Opted by
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@healthy-living | 2 Apr 19 - 00:56

The Holistic Health of Eating Organic
There are many reasons why someone would choose to adhere to an organic regiment in their diet and lifestyle. Organic foods and products are healthier, they support local farmers, and they protect the environment and the Earth’s natural ecosystems. These are all important and they affect everyone on Ear...
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The Holistic Health of Eating Organic
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@healthy-living | 2 Apr 19 - 00:53

White Rice Increases Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
An analysis released by the British Medical Journal collected a variety of studies from China, Japan, Australia and the United States to conclude that your risk of diabetes increases 10% with each serving of white rice a day. It’s better to stick with brown rice and other whole grains instead of ...
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White Rice Increases Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
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@healthy-living | 31 Mar 19 - 03:13

Healthy Living In A Bad Economy
The ramifications of a bad economy on healthcare and healthy living.
Over the past several years Americans have forgone doctor’s visits and switched to generic prescriptions. They have canceled gym members and stopped buying natural foods. In short, they have restrained their healthy lifestyles due to a beli...
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Healthy Living In A Bad Economy
 The ramifications
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