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Is The Apostrophe In Danger Of Extinction?

Added December 10, 2019, Under: How To

When you are writing and reading a lot each and every day, you are more aware of grammar and punctuation.  There are several errors that constantly come up on your radar - and the use of the apostrophe must be on the top of that list. And I am not alone in being concerned about the incorrect use of the apostrophe! Would you believe that there is actually an Apostrophe Protection Society which has been doing sterling work in protecting this humble ...

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How Safe Are Your Make-Up Products from Superbugs?

Added December 9, 2019, Under: Diseases, Health, Natural remedies, Skin Conditions

The press have been feeding the fear once more! And what must  we all be fearful of now?  Well, the make-up products lying around in our bathrooms, our bedrooms and of course at the bottom of our handbags! According to a new study, our make-up bags are packed full of super bugs, posing a major threat to our health. We are at risk of skin infections, blood poisoning and potentially even death from these make-up products. And top of the list are beauty blenders. Why ...

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Fighting Those Feelings of Fatigue

Added December 7, 2019, Under: Exercise, Health, Insomnia, Top 10

There can be lots of reasons why you might be feeling the effects of fatigue. And if you can get to the bottom of why you are feeling tired all the time, you have a basis for coming up with a solution. What are some of the reasons for fatigue? Stress is one reason - and we all know how common this has become.  When you are really stressed, cortisol keeps on flooding your system so that fatigue sets in and your ...

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How the Menopause Can Affect & Age Our Skin

Added December 1, 2019, Under: Vitamin D, Women's Health

As we age, our skin can change. It can be because of aging or it can also be because of going through the menopause. And sometimes, we may notice that any changes in our skin are being accelerated. While wrinkles, dryness and dullness can all be part of the changes, they are not going to make us feel better about ourselves. There are two types of skin aging - extrinsic and intrinsic Extrinsic skin aging is caused by external factors - ones such as damage ...

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Is the Glass Half-Empty or Half-Full?

Added November 27, 2019, Under: Health

It would seem to me that roughly fifty per cent of us have a "half full glass" attitude to life while the other fifty per cent veer to the "half-empty glass" way of thinking. It is the difference between being optimistic or pessimistic. And of course if you are already pessimistic - and then you are surrounded by people who are constantly complaining or moaning - that can have a serious effect on your well being.   According to Jon Gordon, who wrote the ...

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Bars of Soap are Back in Vogue!

Added November 23, 2019, Under: Environment, How To

In very recent years, the humble bar of soap has come back in fashion. It is now the "hand and body cleaner" of choice to those growing numbers of consumers who want to cut down or cut out their use of plastics. For fifty years, there was a sharp decline in the popularity of bars of soap as they were overtaken by liquid soaps and shower gels. But the bar of soap has started to fight back, starting a trend that fits the ...

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A Cluttered, Messy Home Can Lead to Stress and Anxiety

Added , Under: Environment, Health, How To

In fact, psychologists say that it is a definite trigger of stress and anxiety even though this is not generally realized. Psychologist  Sherrie Bourg Carter explains: “Clutter can play a significant role in how we feel about our homes, our workplaces, and ourselves. Messy homes and workspaces leave us feeling anxious, helpless, and overwhelmed. Yet, rarely is clutter recognized as a significant source of stress in our lives.” What is it about clutter that it can act as a trigger? Sherrie tells us there ...

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Mouth-Watering Watermelon

Added November 20, 2019, Under: Arthritis, Nutrition

Who can resist the taste and texture of watermelon especially on a hot summer's day? But watermelon not only tastes good, it does you good too! Low in calories but rich in nutrients... Watermelon comes with good helpings of  vitamin A, B6, C, L-citrulline, fiber, antioxidants, and potassium.  They are the best source of L-citrulline. These nutrients work together to boost your immune system while helping to relieve the symptoms of diabetes, asthma, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. There are other health benefits when you include ...

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Cooling Solutions for the Heat & Other Symptoms of Menopause

Added November 19, 2019, Under: Natural remedies, Women's Health

Those symptoms can start some four years before the final period, lasting up to ten years. But of course not everyone suffers from severe symptoms, they can vary greatly from woman to woman. Menopause is the name given to an "absence of periods for a year".  The average age when this happens with women is fifty one. What are the most common of these symptoms? Hot flashes Mood swings, depression, or anxiety Vaginal dryness or atrophy Irritability Headaches Insomnia or poor sleep But that ...

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Plant-Based Treatment for Migraines

Added November 14, 2019, Under: Headaches & Migraines, Natural remedies

We hear much these days about the benefits of changing to a plant-based diet for a healthy eating habit. But of course plants have many other uses as well. And one of these uses is as a treatment - and even a prevention - for those throbbing, debilitating migraines. Research has shown several plants to be highly effective in relieving the symptoms of migraine headaches. Migraines are known for their symptoms, which are often severe and sometimes disabling. These migraine headaches can come with ...

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