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Journey to clear skin

Journey to clear skin

Summer is that time of the year when all you want to do is jump in a pool; lay out with your friends while sipping on a refreshing drink. These warm months are meant for tan lines, freckles and natural sun kissed skin. For some of us, we are forced to hide our natural skin and cover it with globs of makeup, do to blemishes and unwanted imperfections. No girl wants to wear heavy makeup that is melting down her…

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Millennials and The High Incidence of Colon and Rectal Cancers

Millennials and The High Incidence of Colon and Rectal Cancers

Bad news for millennials, a study has seen an increase in the number of millennials affected by colon and rectal cancers in the past four decades. While scientists have not really pinpointed the exact cause of this, inactivity, obesity, and other factors are being considered as the prime suspects by the American Cancer Society. According to Rebecca Siegel, the lead researcher said that colorectal cnacer is considered a success story because the overall rates have fallen among older adults however,…

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How Climate Change Makes People Sick

How Climate Change Makes People Sick

Do you notice that more people get sick of relatively new diseases? Do you often feel that the weather is too erratic? Is the weather changing from good to awful in just a matter of hours? A report by the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health reported that man-made climate change makes Americans sicker. The report was prepared by a group that represents more than 400,000 doctors. The report pinpointed three types of harm that climate change brings: First…

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Why You Need Relaxing Hobbies

Why You Need Relaxing Hobbies

Physical activities are truly helpful in helping you be happier but apart from all these things, it is also very important to be occupied with hobbies. What was your hobby as a child? In a study by Matthew Zawadzki who works as an assistant professor of psychology at the University of California, Merced, it was found that during leisure activities, participants reported lower stress as compared to when they are doing other activities. Leisure is the time when people socialize,…

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Are You Exercising Too Much?

Are You Exercising Too Much?

It is not a secret that working out is being encouraged by experts because of the benefits this has on one’s health. But just like everything, too much of something will be harmful. Are you just an exercise junkie or have you been exercising too much? Are you guilty of these: You don’t feel excited about it anymore.When you start to feel that working out is a tedious task then maybe you need to step back and evaluate how much…

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How Climate Change Makes People Sick

How Climate Change Makes People Sick

Do you notice that more people get sick of relatively new diseases? Do you often feel that the weather is too erratic? Is the weather changing from good to awful in just a matter of hours? A report by the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health reported that man-made climate change makes Americans sicker. The report was prepared by a group that represents more than 400,000 doctors. The report pinpointed three types of harm that climate change brings: First…

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Millennials and The High Incidence of Colon and Rectal Cancers

Millennials and The High Incidence of Colon and Rectal Cancers

Bad news for millennials, a study has seen an increase in the number of millennials affected by colon and rectal cancers in the past four decades. While scientists have not really pinpointed the exact cause of this, inactivity, obesity, and other factors are being considered as the prime suspects by the American Cancer Society. According to Rebecca Siegel, the lead researcher said that colorectal cnacer is considered a success story because the overall rates have fallen among older adults however,…

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Calcium Deficiency and What You Need to Know

Calcium Deficiency and What You Need to Know

Calcium is a mineral that makes up 99% of your body and is mainly stored in the bones and teeth. If you want to make sure that you will have strong bones and teeth, you would have to consume the recommended daily allowance of 1,000 mg to 1,300 mg depending on your age. Consuming that much calcium will ensure your health and wards off osteoporosis but what happens if you don’t drink milk or eat dairy products? Calcium Inadequacy or…

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