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Energy Drinks Worse for Your Heart Than Caffeine

Here is an interesting article on energy drinks worse for your heart than caffeine.  I wish they would make up there minds on what is good/bad for us. Consuming 32 ounces of energy drink is connected with possibly…

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This Guy Ate Fish for A Year Read what happened

  You’ve most likely heard some buzz about “omega-3″ fatty acids guaranteeing all sorts of health benefits. It’s the type of buzz that led 18.8 million American grownups to take omega-3 fish oil supplements in 2012, and assisted…

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Bride Embraces alopecia at wedding

  Aside from a little bit of exactly what she calls “peach fuzz,” Kylie Bamberger has not a single hair of hair on her head.No eyelashes, no eyebrows, no hair on her scalp or in her nose. The…

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Nivea pulls ‘White Is Purity’ ad after being slammed for Racist

  Nivea has withdrawn an advert that was branded racist on social networks and shared by extreme right groups. Advertisement The German skin care maker’s advertisement for a deodorant consisted of an image of a female and the…

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Activity Slows Cellular Aging

The negative health effects of an inactive way of life and the effect of low physical activity speeds up biological aging in senior citizens by 8 years. Women who exercise for less than 40 minutes and are sedentary…

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Kerry Washingtons Secrets For Great Skin

Kerry Washingtons Secrets For Great Skin Kerry Washington is sharing her trick to her enviable glow, and it’s surprisingly refreshing. No, however it’s really revitalizing, due to the fact that it’s water. The Scandal star, who covers Glamour’s…

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How to Avoid Pimples by Changing Your Diet

How to Avoid Pimples by Changing Your Diet Here is a short article on How to Avoid Pimples by Changing Your Diet. It doesn’t have to be like that. Apparently we can control some of these issues with…

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Anti Aging Powers of Broccoli

Anti-Aging Powers of Broccoli Enzyme   Scientists at St. Louis’ Washington University School of Medicine have shown in a research study published in the journal Cell Metabolism that giving healthy mice a natural compound called NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide)…

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Cell Proteins Key to Fighting Effects of Aging

Cell Proteins Key to Fighting Effects of Aging As our bodies age, cell tissue ends up being broken and for some individuals a sluggish cognitive decrease is inevitable. Cognitive functions affected consist of memory and multitasking. Cell damage…

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Red Wine Compound Raises Neurogenesis

  The hippocampus– the area of the brain responsible for memory, experiences structural changes that are thought to contribute to aging-related memory and state of mind disabilities. Ashok K. Shetty, from the Texas A&M Health Science Center College…

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