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July, 2016

  • 28 July

    Women’s Health

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    Women’s Health The greatest wealth any individual should possess is good health and not pieces of silver or gold. It is very necessary to eat food that is low in carbohydrates and rich in protein.  Eating junk and processed food is like feeding, disease and so it is always better …

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  • 28 July

    Ten Great Exercises for Losing Weight

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    Ten Great Exercises for Losing Weight Exercise is an excellent method that helps to keep the body healthy and fit. It is very necessary for an adult to exercise 3-6 days in a week and for at least 30-45 minutes.  Exercise is very helpful to build up the stamina of …

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  • 28 July

    Healthy Hair Nutrients-For Smooth, Lustrous and Silky Hair

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    Healthy Hair Nutrients-For Smooth, Lustrous and Silky Hair Hair though simple in structure has important functions in social functions. Our hair contains a strong protein called Keratin. Each hair is anchored by a follicle deep in the skin. At the base of the follicle is the hair bulb. It’s here …

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  • 28 July

    Your Pets Good Health Begins From their Mouth

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    Your Pets Good Health Begins From their Mouth For some, pets are just animals kept in the house and for others they are part of the family. The love and affection showered on the pet is the same as they show on a child. The pet’s health is no difference. …

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  • 28 July

    Does Lack of Sleep Increase Your Risk of Infection?

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    Does Lack of Sleep Increase Your Risk of Infection? When you lay down to sleep, your body falls into a different state.  During sleep  your body still functions and continues to work  restore, rest, and even heal.  A lack of sleep can affect your immune system in a negative way. …

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  • 28 July

    Andropause vs Testosterone

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    Andropause vs Testosterone What is Andropause and how does it compare with Testosterone? While we have all heard about menopause and how it affects ladies who are at the end of their menstrual cycles, most of you would be wondering what Andropause means. Well, to satiate your curiosity, here is …

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  • 28 July

    The Future of Urban Healthcare

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    The Future of Urban Healthcare Urban healthcare has always been the source of much discussion and debate. As healthcare in our country gains interest amongst all types of people, and as the way we treat our bodies changes, the approach to healthcare is going to continue to evolve. Over the …

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  • 28 July

    Harnessing Hay Fever

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    Harnessing Hay Fever When a person with a sensitized immune system inhales an allergen such as pollen, dust or animal dander, an allergic inflammation of the nasal airways occurs. This is generally known as Allergic Rhinitis. And when this condition is caused particularly by grass pollens, it is known as …

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  • 28 July

    Coconut Oil: Help You Support Your Wellness and Weight Loss

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    Coconut Oil: Help You Support Your Wellness and Weight Loss Coconut oil is an edible oil that is extracted from the kernel (meat) of the matured coconuts that are harvested from the coconut palm trees. Apart from food and medicine it is widely used in the industry, as well. Due …

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  • 28 July

    How Will Healthcare Evolve in the Future Urban Cities?

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    How Will Healthcare Evolve in the Future Urban Cities? Over half of the world’s population lives in urban areas such as cities, and 70% of these people live in cities with a population of over 100,000. When there are so many people crammed into one tiny area, not only does …

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