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  • What Smartphones and Hemorrhoids Have in Common

    The Uncomfortable Association with Excessive Smartphone Usage Amongst Teens and Young Adults and The Increase in Hemorrhoids Surgery. Research suggests that young adults who use their cell phones for more than 5 hours a day are more likely to make poor food choices than those who use it fewer. College Student's... Continue Reading →

  • New Gene Explains Why Some Need Extra Butter on Popcorn

    New Study Suggest Gene That Makes Some People Crave More Salt Than Others Let me start by admitting; that movie theater butter is not actually butter. That oily, gold liquid seems to make the time spent at the theater all the most meaningful. It turns out the high sodium in that butter and popcorn combination... Continue Reading →

  • 4 Must-do's if You Don't Have Dental Insurance

    There's Still A few Options Available for American's With No Dental Insurance   According to research conducted by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, only 12 percent of elder Americans have some general form of dental insurance, and less than half have visited a dental office in the past year.... Continue Reading →

  • 5 Reasons to ditch your cup of tea for bone broth this cold season

    A cup a broth is the new casual day and night time drink.   There's nothing like cozying up with a hot cup of tea to increase polyphenol levels and help fight against the common cold. But what if there was a drink that has been proving to be more effective against the common cold and provides more overall... Continue Reading →

  • Women Should Quit Drinking Coffee and Go For a Run Instead

      More Women Should Skip Their Morning Cup of Joe and Consider Going for a brisk run   Scientist have gathered new data that may link coffee consumption to osteoporosis. Coffee wasn't the only cuprate. Colas, but not other sodas, was said to have some effects on women's bone density. Some assumptions... Continue Reading →

  • Fad Diets May be Hard on Older Women's Hearts, study

    Fad Diets May do More Harm Than Good to Women Postmenopausal Fad diets have been around since I could remember. The first fad diet I could recall getting a lot of hype was the cabbage diet. Since then I've seen fad diets come and go. The HCG diet, the grapefruit diet, the alkaline diet, the Atkins diet, and... Continue Reading →

  • Veterans With Gut Issues Linked to Kidney Disease, New Study

    News Study Links Constipation to kidney Disease Gut health seems to prove more important as the years go by and more research is validated. A new study links constipation to kidney disease. The National Institute of Health defines constipation as a condition in which you have fewer than three bowel movements... Continue Reading →

  • Tequila, the happy hour probiotic that keeps the internet tipsy

    Is Tequila really a Probiotic? If only life was so simple, Imagine Friday evening, sneaking out of work an hour early to catch up with friends for some probiotic shots. No, I'm not talking about the type of shots you get after waiting hours for your name to be called at the doctor's office. I'm talking tequila... Continue Reading →

  • Pumpkin spice Bone Broth Recipe for the holidays

    Looking for a great pumpkin spice recipe that not only taste great, but is good for you? Bone broth has many benefits from leaky gut support to immune health. I myself drink bone broth to help my body recovery from a taxing day at the gym. Whenever we think of pumpkin spice we know the fall is here and the holidays... Continue Reading →

  • Are There Any Methods To Naturally Release HGH To Grow Taller?

    Social Media Q & A: @bestever679 asks: Are there any methods to naturally release HGH to grow taller? Answer: Three methods that I recommend to increase Human Growth Hormone levels are: 1. As strange as this may sound, get a great night of sleep, every night. Your bodies Human Growth Hormone levels are... Continue Reading →

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