Most Bottled Water Contaminated With Microplastics

Most Bottled Water Contaminated With Microplastics

April 21, 2018 | 73,233 Views

And be especially wary of this brand - it's the worst offender with a whopping 10,390. These bits and pieces may be so tiny they're invisible to the naked eye, but that doesn't mean they don't turn into deadly land mines once you swallow them.

9 Fascinating Insights Your Tongue May Reveal About Your Health

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April 21, 2018 | 15,137 Views

Changes to your tongue may help you discover a vitamin deficiency, avoid spreading infections, prevent pain and discomfort, or recognize the early signs of oral disease. I'll share at least nine symptoms hiding in your mouth.

Help Target Inflammation by Having a Sip of This Herbal Tea

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April 21, 2018 | 9,738 Views

Burdock root tea, made from the edible roots of a plant highly valued by the Japanese, has shown promise not only for addressing inflammation, but in targeting hair issues and some illnesses too. Discover more about burdock root tea's uses and how you can make it at home.

How Strength Training Changes Your Body for Good

How Strength Training Changes Your Body for Good

April 20, 2018 | 102,265 Views

And type 2 diabetes, while making you less susceptible to osteoporosis and depression. Also makes you more likely to have a lower BMI and healthy eater - while slashing your risk of depression and sharpening your thinking skills.

Sore Muscles? Why You Should Exercise Anyway

Sore Muscles? Why You Should Exercise Anyway

April 20, 2018 | 13,622 Views

While somewhat annoying, and sometimes a sign you need to take a break from exercising, sore muscles are not always a reason you should skip your workout. In fact, they may be a sign that your workout is progressing and your muscles are being stressed in beneficial, health-boosting ways.

Many Insomniacs Remain Conscious During Sleep, Which Makes Them Think They’ve Not Slept a Wink

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April 19, 2018 | 112,643 Views

A radioactive tracer was injected into their arms as soon as they were deemed to be asleep, and neurons that remained active were examined, including their exact locations. What they discovered will make your jaw drop.

Why Seasonal Allergies Cause 'Brain Fog' - Here's What the Science Says

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April 19, 2018 | 18,023 Views

Many allergy sufferers complain of feeling foggy-headed and having difficulty thinking during allergy season. It's not all in your head; from disrupting sleep to triggering bodywide inflammation, allergies have a very real effect on cognitive function and your brain.

The Many Benefits of Sage, the 'Savior' Herb

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April 19, 2018 | 80,611 Views

Sage is an exceptional herb that doesn't just add flavor to food, but can deliver a variety of health benefits as well. Discover what this 'savior' herb can do for your well-being.

What Kind of Information Does Google and Facebook Have on You?

What Kind of Information Does Google and Facebook Have on You?

April 18, 2018 | 199,848 Views

And if you value your privacy, steer clear of liking anything on Facebook or using any other Google-based feature too. Between them, this 'deceitful duo' is going far beyond what most people realize is even possible.

What’s All the Noise About Coffee?

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April 18, 2018 | 41,753 Views

A California judge ruled health warnings must appear with coffee. The offending agent, acrylamide, is found in some coffees and foods. I'll share how you may enjoy the health benefits of dark roasted coffee and reduce the carcinogenic risk.

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