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  1. 4 Reasons Your Immune System May Be At Risk

    Your body is protected by an incredible, invisible mechanism - your immune system. Without even requiring us to consciously act on its behalf, our immune systems battle millions of microbes, bacteria, viruses, and toxins on a daily basis. It is a force so powerful we don’t have to notice it. In fact, the only times we do notice it, unfortunately...
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  2. Deep Belly Fat may Affect Bone Health

    Muffin tops, a spare tire, beer belly - whatever you want to call it, excessive belly fat (particularly "visceral" or deep tissue fat) is linked to an increased risk of health problems like heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, cancer and dementia. Even a little bit of extra weight around the middle can create problems with the circulatory system resulting in...
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  3. Immune System Health - Rules of Antibiotic Use

    Antibiotics have a long and interesting history. For thousands of years, ancient peoples used various molds to fight infections, while not truly understanding the properties at work. It wasn’t until the 1800’s that the term ‘antibiotic’ even came into use, coined by a pupil of the scientist Louis Pasteur, literally meaning ‘anti-life.’ It was first noticed by the surgeon Joseph...
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  4. Natural Remedies to Combat Cold and Flu and Boost the Immune System

    Natural Remedies to Combat Cold and Flu and Boost the Immune System
    Winter – sometimes it seems like it will never end, and a nasty cold or flu certainly doesn't help matters! If you are an unlucky recipient, you may find relief in one or more of the following natural remedies to combat cold and flu and learn  how to improve your immune system naturally. Boost the Immune System with Infection-Fighting Foods...
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  5. Job Stress and Women’s Heart Health

    Job Stress and Women’s Heart Health
    Growing up, I was always under the impression that heart disease was more of a man’s problem than it was for women - gender notions of stress in the workplace, alcohol abuse, and other stereotypes probably rounded off this presumption. But did you know that since 1991, more women die each year of heart disease than do men? In fact...
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  6. Benefits of Antioxidant Supplements

    Have you ever heard of the “rainbow diet?” Attributed to one Dr. Eric Braverman, the “rainbow diet” refers to the eating of fruits and vegetables of a wide array of colors, from red to green to purple, and avoiding “white” foods such as sugars and carbohydrates. These colors of the rainbow are derived from a variety of chemicals called antioxidants...
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  7. Improve Your Eyesight With Nutritional Dietary Supplements

    Improve Your Eyesight With Nutritional Dietary Supplements
    Vision loss is one of the most tragic things that can happen to a person and as we get older we become more vulnerable to eyesight deficiencies. The use of nutritional dietary supplements to improve eyesight naturally has gained the support of mainstream medical professionals in recent years as numerous studies have confirmed the link between eye health and nutrition. Age-related vision problems such...
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  8. How to Improve Your Immune System

    How to Improve Your Immune System
    Boost your Immune System Naturally with Infection-Fighting Foods! Take advantage of the following natural foods when battling a cold or flu to strengthen your immune system: Try the BRAT Diet. Immediately following stomach flu, it is best to consume fluids and broths. On day two, try BRAT. Commonly used for children with upset stomachs, this natural remedy of bananas, rice...
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  9. Anti-Aging: Separating the Myths from the Facts

    According to The National Institute on Aging there are more than three million Americans who are older than 65 and that number is expected to triple in the next decade. One way to help discern fact from fiction where aging is concerned is to look to Mother Nature for the answers. Natural health products and healthy habits are your best...
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  10. Depression in Erectile Dysfunction Patients is Linked to Heart Problems

    According to a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, depression has been linked to an increased risk of heart problems in men with erectile dysfunction or ED. The study, published in August of 2010, was conducted by a team led by Dr. Elisa Bandini at the University of Florence in Italy. After controlling for other risk factors, it...
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