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Chocolate Reduces Cardiovascular Disease Risk by 39%, Stroke by 29%

Chocolate Reduces Cardiovascular Disease Risk by 39%, Stroke by 29%

July 1, 2013 | by

Recent investigations published in the British Medical Journal show that eating chocolate is linked to a 39% lower risk of cardiovascular disease and a 29% reduced risk of stroke.

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The Truth About Easter Bunnies (Video)

The Truth About Easter Bunnies (Video)

March 29, 2013 | by

Fluffy bunnies are hard to resist, especially at Easter time, but as this video reveals, many are soon left neglected and abandoned by their owners.

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The Rise of ‘Nightmare’ Bacteria: ‘Last Resort’ Antibiotics Useless

The Rise of ‘Nightmare’ Bacteria: ‘Last Resort’ Antibiotics Useless

March 8, 2013 | by

Hospitals and nursing homes could be left increasingly exposed to deadly superbugs as bacteria is becoming increasingly resistant to last resort antibiotics

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EPA Under Fire for Damaging Corexit Use in BP Oil Spill Despite Known Dangers

EPA Under Fire for Damaging Corexit Use in BP Oil Spill Despite Known Dangers

March 3, 2013 | by

A company specializing in oil spill science has accused the EPA of violating the Clean Water Act by blocking science regarding oil spill cleanup.

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The Basics on How to Be Healthy – You Are What You Eat

The Basics on How to Be Healthy – You Are What You Eat

January 24, 2013 | by

“Garbage in Garbage Out” is a phrase coined to refer to the fact that putting bad data into a computer will produce bad results, or even damage its function – this is equally true with your body and what you eat. If you recognize that the human body is a living complex organism, not an inanimate manufactured creation like a computer, it is even more applicable to your body than to your computer.

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6 Ways to Avoid Stress Effects and Reduce Stress

6 Ways to Avoid Stress Effects and Reduce Stress

January 19, 2013 | by

Stress has been known to cause virtually every problem in existence. When people are under stress, health conditions arise, the mind if hazed, and poor actions are taken guided by the tension. When feeling this way, it is important to know that the temporary perceptions to experience and the decision you make are not fully real – that is, they would be different had the stress not come into your life.

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CFL Bulbs Contain Harmful Chemicals, Damage Your Skin

CFL Bulbs Contain Harmful Chemicals, Damage Your Skin

January 14, 2013 | by

A German Study that found that compact fluorescent lights emit cancer-causing chemicals such as phenol, naphthalene, and styrene when switched on. Inspired by these findings, researchers at Stony Brook University in New York have released a study on the effects that UV radiation from CFL bulbs can have on human skin cells.

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7 Methods for Detoxing and Cleansing Your Body of Toxins

7 Methods for Detoxing and Cleansing Your Body of Toxins

December 26, 2012 | by

Our current unhealthy living conditions call for a few radical corrective measures, if our goal is to maintain any level of healthy lifestyle. One of those corrective measures it to detox. The following is a list of various recommendations to effectively lessen your internal toxin levels, which can be done in any combination for increased effectiveness. For optimum results, these should be applied on a regular or seasonal basis, and at minimum once a year.

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Rosemary Benefits – The Memory Booster and Powerful Antioxidant

Rosemary Benefits – The Memory Booster and Powerful Antioxidant

November 25, 2012 | by

Throughout history, the herb rosemary has been used to heal; sooth and nourish the body as well as providing a huge memory boost. The powerful antioxidant properties of this herb have resulted in it being used to cleanse the body and help to protect it against cancer and cure many other conditions. The best part? Experiencing rosemary benefits is extremely simple and requires very little money.

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Handful of Berries a Week Could Delay Memory Loss for 2 1/2 Years

Handful of Berries a Week Could Delay Memory Loss for 2 1/2 Years

November 17, 2012 | by

Good news for berry lovers! New research suggests that consuming a handful of berries a week will delay age-related memory loss for up to 2 1/2 years. The study has yielded results that definitively identify berries, such as blueberries and strawberries, as a delicious preventative measure to be taken against declining cognitive function.

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