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Jet Lag Hurts Both Mental and Physical Performance

February 23, 2017 | 47,762 Views

Also, be sure to wear these types of glasses on the plane if you are traveling at night - and once you get to your destination, it's best to get up at this specific time and do this for an hour to help reset your melatonin production.

Can You Make Time Pass More Quickly?

February 23, 2017 | 8,712 Views

Time is not a linear phenomenon, but rather is fluid and changes depending on your circumstances and experiences. If you want time to go by quickly, immerse yourself in an activity you get lost in. To slow it down, on the other hand, making a point to live in the moment and appreciate even the mundane moments in life may be necessary.

Ylang Ylang Oil Not Only Soothes Your Skin, but Your Mind as Well

February 23, 2017 | 53,657 Views

Ylang ylang oil is primarily known for its cosmetic benefits, such as maintaining skin moisture, promoting hair growth and treating acne. But did you know that it has therapeutic and antiseptic benefits as well? Discover more about this oil in this article.

Diabetes Has Become One of the Most Expensive and Lethal Diseases in the World

February 22, 2017 | 98,083 Views

Recent research shows life expectancy has declined in the US for the first time in 2 decades. Between 1990 and 2013, this disease rose by 71 percent in the US. Recent research found this disease to be a major factor for the life expectancy decline. The good news is that you can prevent, and in some cases reverse this disease, so you can live a longer life.

How BPA and BPS Are Making People Sick

February 22, 2017 | 36,651 Views

BPA-free products on store shelves contain replacement chemicals used to keep plastics resilient. These are demonstrating the same endocrine-disrupting and obesity-producing problems as BPA in studies. I'll give you strategies to reduce your exposure to these toxic chemicals.

Avoid Food and Supplements With This Common Filler

February 22, 2017 | 57,044 Views

This food additive is commonly found in sweets, toothpaste, pharmaceutical drugs and paper. Although found in nature and thought to be biologically inactive, scientists recently demonstrated this filler increases the number of pre-cancerous lesions in animal models.

How Clothes Are Polluting the Food Supply

February 21, 2017 | 119,443 Views

When you wash these clothes, they can wreak havoc on waterways, fish and wildlife. Washing them in this type of washing machine, attaching this type of filter and reducing the frequency at which you wash these types of clothes can make a big difference, significantly reducing the environmental impact of your clothing.

Americans Have a Right to Basic Lab Tests

February 21, 2017 | 30,156 Views

As Americans become increasingly interested in taking control of their health, access to basic lab tests, without a doctor's visit, is a logical next step. Currently, some states allow direct-to-consumer lab testing while others prohibit it, although access, driven by consumer demand, is becoming increasingly widespread.

Pharmacies Miss Half of Dangerous Drug Combos

February 21, 2017 | 21,766 Views

If you fill multiple prescriptions at your local pharmacy, and they turn out to be dangerous when taken together, there's a good chance your pharmacist won't alert you to the potentially life-threatening risk. An investigation revealed disturbing statistics that everyone taking prescription drugs should be aware of.

Research on Astaxanthin Demonstrates Significant Whole Body Benefits

February 20, 2017 | 141,817 Views

Has a massive surplus of antioxidants, which remain active long after others call it quits. And it acts on at least 5 inflammation pathways and can take out multiple free radicals at once via electron dislocation resonance. Here's how to make it work for you.

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