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Barry Manilow facing serious health issues

Singer Barry Manilow's lifetime addiction could cost him more than his career.
Singer Barry Manilow is in failing health and is reported to be wasting away due to decades of smoking according to RO reports. Manilow is said to be facing some dire health implications that have...
20 July 2017 -
Joanna

Lower high blood pressure with these foods

High blood pressure can lead to heart attack and stroke. Here are some foods to lower blood pressure.
The term high blood pressure or high BP refers to the condition in which a person's body is forcing too much blood against their artery walls. Over the course of time, if hypertension is left...
12 July 2017 -
M. Umar

Six fiber-rich foods for a healthier body

Fiber is essential to aid in digestion and decrease the risk of diabetes, stroke, and heart disease.
Fiber is very important for a healthy body, as it tends to reduce the risk of some very grave heath issues such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and constipation. A daily intake of 25 to 30 grams...
10 July 2017 -
M. Umar
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  • Light drinking has glorious benefits to your sex life

    A significant body of research suggests alcohol is associated with heightened sexual response and loosening of sexual inhibitions.
    The concept of too much alcohol as a passion killer is backed up by anecdotal and scientific evidence, but this doesn’t seem to affect the fascination that it could be a libido enhancer. While it is...
    14 July 2017
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  • The health issues of candidates and their families has no place in politics

    HIPAA restricts individuals' private medical information from being made public without their consent.
    Most Americans worry about their personal and private information being made public. When Republican Senator John Cain's brain cancer diagnosis was made public through both Conservative and Democrat...
    20 July 2017
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  • Breast Cancer: You can avoid chemotherapy with a test

    A molecular predictor helps to predict the efficiency rate of chemotherapy.
    The radio and chemotherapy are the standard protocols for the treatment of cancer. However, science is progressing more and more in this field in recent years with the development of drugs that have...
    11 July 2017
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  • The rise and fall of coconut oil

    Coconut oil may not be as good for you as the health food industry wants you to think
    Coconut oil is one of those foods that has been super trendy lately. Like kale, quinoa, and green juices, it is popping up in grocery stores across the nation and is frequently used in snacks and...
    25 June 2017
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  • Trumpcare is looking doomed with this little bit of news

    The Lee-Cruz bromance is rekindled if it ever was distant -- and Trumpcare may be done with
    Let's chase this down; this just came over Axios. Here's the story. Someone who has not been following this story would not see this as the proverbial lady singing to signal that its over. But...
    6 July 2017
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  • Put a stop to dieting once and for all

    Understanding the intuitive eating movement and its impact on your health
    We are living in a health obsessed society and as a result, we are living in a diet obsessed society. There is a stigma that has developed around eating causing the unsettling cycle of eating and...
    27 June 2017
    C. Potenza
  • Broccoli: a new ally against Type 2 diabetes

    According to a new research, an antioxidant richly present in broccoli would help reducing sugars in blood.
    According to a study carried by a group of researchers from the University of Lund, Sweden, the consumption of broccoli would help in controlling blood glucose levels. In particular, this property of...
    4 July 2017
    T. Riaz
  • How safe is your drinking water?

    Researchers have detected cysts of Cryptosporidium and Giardia in potable water.
    Researchers at the University of Zaragoza have detected cysts of Cryptosporidium and Giardia in potable water, two protozoa that cause outbreaks of diarrhea in humans. The levels recorded are...
    25 June 2017
    T. Riaz
  • Are you getting enough vitamin D?

    The causes and symptoms of vitamin D deficiency and what you can do about it.
    Proper nutrition is one of the most popular topics of the moment and there is a huge emphasis on healthy eating patterns. Despite your best efforts to eat healthily, you may still be deficient in one...
    28 June 2017
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