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Turmeric Recipes For Arthritis & Flu Symptoms Relief

Added October 30, 2015, Under: Diseases

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  Turmeric has enormous health benefits. Although often thought of as just a spice, it is a traditional natural home remedy and particularly rich in anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic properties - yes, both an inflammation and a cancer fighter Relief of arthritis symptoms Arthritis is one such inflammatory condition and recent studies (see sources at foot of this article) have found that curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, is more effective in alleviating rheumatoid arthritis (RA) symptoms than the NSAID drug Voltaren. The two groups participating ...

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Are Your Wet Wipes Causing Watery Waste Havoc?

Added October 29, 2015, Under: Diseases

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Are you or your family members in the habit of using wet wipes for personal hygiene after going to the toilet? This could be causing big problems for your home plumbing as well as to the sewer pipes that carry waste to the outside. The word “wipes” has led to this huge problem Once reserved for babies, now adults and children are using wipes in their millions - leading to massive sewer problems in the western world. Experts say that mis labeling ...

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Beauty Spot Or Blight, Moles Are A Common Condition

Added October 25, 2015, Under: How To, Skin Conditions

Doctor, dermatologist, hands examines a birthmark of patient. Checking benign moles

So common because everyone has at least one mole and some may have as many as forty or more. Most moles develop during our lifetime but some 1% are born with moles and it is these congenital moles that might cause problems and even become suspect in time. Moles are normally small and visible as brown or dark spots in the skin but they can be flesh-colored or yellow-brown. Flat or raised, they may contain dark hairs but having hairs in ...

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Sing The Song You Were Born To Sing

Added October 21, 2015, Under: Children's Health, Environment, Health

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Do you enjoying singing?  It can be in the bath or the shower, accompanying the radio when you are driving or even singing and dancing around the house to music.  You can also join a local choir - they continue to grow in popularity. Just one word of warning - be wary of singing out loud in public places when you have headphones on!  The family connection Not his career, but a huge and much loved hobby, my brother has been rocking down ...

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Tree Hugger Can No Longer Be Used As A Derogatory Term!

Added October 17, 2015, Under: Diseases

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We have all heard those dismissive words - “Oh, he (or she) is just a tree hugger.” Tagged a tree hugger means you are lumped together with being called a hippie, a flower child, a bunny hugger and other similar phrases.  And of course there is nothing wrong with that. But now...science has come to the rescue and validated that hugging trees is good for you! And you don’t even have to do the hugging - just being within the vicinity of a ...

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Falling Can Be Risky Whatever Your Age

Added October 14, 2015, Under: Health, How To, Top 10, Vitamin D

Hand auf Gelnder

When I was a child, I seemed to be particularly clumsy with permanently scarred, bruised and battered knees. My mother’s solution was to send me to ballet classes from a young age in the hope that I would become more graceful. It didn’t make much difference and now decades later, I have survived many trips and falls. I don’t want to jinx it so I am just going whisper - that I have never actually broken anything. Now my daughter is convinced that ...

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The Shingles Shot & Should You Succumb?

Added October 9, 2015, Under: Diseases, Health, Vaccines

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One of the results of having some vaccine shots can be the shedding that can take place. There is a vaccine that is recommended for those over the age of 60 or 70 in an attempt to prevent the onset of shingles to the vulnerable. This shingles vaccine is just one example of those that shed live virus, even continuing to do so for many weeks or months afterwards - to possibly infect those around. What happens when the shingles vaccine sheds? Recent ...

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Three Ways To Ward Off Some Of That Damage From Smoking

Added October 5, 2015, Under: Environment, Health, How To, Nutrition

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You may have recently given up smoking or you are struggling to do so. You might even be forced to endure second hand smoke. Whatever the reason, there are some natural remedies you can use for improving your lung health. Firstly, try adding these nourishing and natural additives to your daily meals Ginger is an ancient spice with healing powers, helping to eliminate excess mucus in the lungs. Onion and garlic are both extremely healthy with their proven anti cancer properties while onion in ...

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