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Your Memory

Your Memory

The “use it or lose it” principle applies to your mind as well as your body. And you know that crossword puzzles, card and memory games, chess, keeping up with news of the world and taking an interest in people and everything around you are important in... read more
Your Doctor May Kill You

Your Doctor May Kill You

Here’s the sick truth. The truth about sickness. – Alcohol Abuse. In a study done on the American College of Surgeons, 15% of male surgeons and 25% of female surgeons suffered from alcohol abuse and dependence. And a significant portion reported having... read more
Why Watermelon?

Why Watermelon?

Research published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (July 2013) found watermelon juice is an effective remedy for reducing the recovery heart rate and muscle soreness in athletes who were given 500 ml of watermelon juice containing 1.17 grams of the... read more
Melanoma, Fruits and Vegetables

Melanoma, Fruits and Vegetables

Melanoma is difficult to treat successfully, and can be deadly. A type of cancer that begins in melanocytes (cells that make the pigment melanin), it can start in a mole (skin melanoma), but can also begin in other pigmented tissues, such as in the eye or even the... read more
Vitamin K

Vitamin K

Vitamin K has a major role in healthy blood clotting. In the case of a skin wound, for example, blood clotting (and vitamin K) help the wound to close and prevent excessive bleeding. Additionally, vitamin K helps keep the body’s blood clotting ability at a... read more
Sitting is Killing You

Sitting is Killing You

Sitting is associated with an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, and death. It’s estimated that obese people sit for 2.5 hours more than slim people on any given day. It’s what happens to our bodies when we sit down that encourages obesity and... read more
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