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Taking Up a Complex Hobby Can Help The Grieving Process

Added July 29, 2014, Under: Men's Health, Women's Health

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I worked out this concept myself (back in the 1970s) when I lost my eldest child to leukemia. I decided to learn how to do patchwork and make a brightly colored quilt for my younger son who was only 16 months old at the time. It was important to me to find a new interest and one that would keep my mind busy and creative. I went to visit an elderly neighbor who did patchwork for a hobby and asked ...

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Looking for a New Healthy Beverage to Enjoy? Coconut Water Could Be Your Answer

Added July 28, 2014, Under: Environment, Nutrition, Skin Conditions, Weight Loss

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You might have noticed that the beverage – coconut water – has become very popular, with many companies jumping on the bandwagon to market and sell their own versions. Of course if you are super fortunate with access to fresh young green coconuts, you can make a hole in the thick skin of a green coconut and pour out your own coconut water ready to drink. But most of us don’t have that opportunity and have to look for a safe ...

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Are There Natural Ways To Improve Male Fertility?

Added July 22, 2014, Under: Babies, Men's Health, Parents, Pregnancy

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In a new study at the Copenhagen University Hospital in Denmark, reported in the British press, researchers have claimed that toothpaste, sunscreen, soap and other everyday products could be behind a drop in male fertility, finding a direct link between common man-made chemicals and a decline in the potency of human sperm. Researchers say that around a third of the so called ‘non-toxic’ chemicals, used in everyday items, can dramatically affect the potency of sperm cells, leading to a rise ...

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Autism & Its Impact On Our Future

Added July 14, 2014, Under: Children's Health, Environment, Vaccines, Vitamin D

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One of the most controversial subjects on the internet these days (and especially social media) has to be autism. The stats point to autism increasing at an alarming rate to epidemic proportions and yet, instead of working together to find the cause or indeed causes (and a possible solution), the bickering continues and intensifies. Meanwhile, more and more children are affected and, as they grow into adulthood, a whole generation will be dealing with the consequences. According to research scientist Stephanie Seneff ...

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Eye drops & Are There More Natural Ways To Relieve Discomfort?

Added July 8, 2014, Under: Environment, Health

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Our precious eyes can be prone to a variety of conditions that lead to dryness, irritation, redness and more for which common causes can be extremes of weather such as wind or sun, heating, air conditioning, artificial lighting, using computers or reading. Even certain medications can lead to eye problems. So how should we treat our eyes? There are many over-the-counter or prescription eye drops but are pharmaceutical products the best solution? Eye drops are frequently used for allergies and include: Anti-inflammatory which ...

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Glutathione Is A Powerful Antioxidant & So Much More

Added July 2, 2014, Under: Diets, Diseases, Health, Nutrition

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According to Wikipedia, glutathione (or GSH) is an important antioxidant in plants, animals, fungi and some bacteria and archaea, preventing damage to important cellular components caused by reactive oxygen species such as free radicals and peroxides. But some natural health experts will go on to say that glutathione is so much more than important, even calling it "the mother of all antioxidants". Glutathione is pronounced “gloota-thigh-own". For example, Joe Martino tells us “This is a powerful detoxifier and immune booster and is crucial ...

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Our Blog On Beards & How To Care For Them!

Added June 26, 2014, Under: How To, Men's Health, Skin Conditions

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Growing a mustache in the month of  November (as part of a cancer awareness program for guys) has been popular for the past couple of years, but now more and more American men are growing facial hair (beards and mustaches) all the year round - as a fashion and style statement.  Big corporations are even hiring models with beards for their advertising campaigns.  Do you want to grow a beard? Just like any other fashion statement, growing a beard can require some ...

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Is It Time For Radical Innovations In Dental Procedures?

Added June 24, 2014, Under: dental care, Diets, Nutrition, Vitamin D

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For how many decades has the long-suffering dental patient been suffering at the hands of the dental profession? Think of all the drilling and filling of holes in the teeth, the root canal procedures and the teeth extractions. Isn't time (with the help of modern technology) that some radical changes were made? Well it seems that perhaps that day has now arrived A new tooth-rebuilding technique has been developed at King's College, London, England, where fillings are disregarded and our teeth are ...

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How Steamy Is Your Bathroom & Do You Need To Fix It?

Added June 18, 2014, Under: Environment, Health, How To, Top 10

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Bathrooms can be hot and steamy places and, while that may be a good thing to get rid of impurities in the skin, it can cause havoc on the room's ventilation - especially if there is no window to the outdoors. And we all know how much damage mold and mildew can do to your home and your possessions.  It makes no difference to the problem whether you choose to bath or to shower. What can you do to improve the ...

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Does a High Pollen Count Affect You? How To Treat The Hay Fever Symptoms

Added June 17, 2014, Under: Environment

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Whether you live in the town or the country, summertime can mean the misery of hay fever symptoms and that runny, itchy and/or congested nose as well as sneezing and itchy eyes.  Hay fever is caused by an allergy to pollen, the name given to the fine powder produced by plants, trees or flowers to fertilize other plants, trees or flowers of the same species. A high pollen count is a count above 50. There is even recent evidence linking climate ...

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