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Being a Couch Potato May Change Your Personality

The largest study of its kind suggests long-term physical inactivity and character traits may be linked A sedentary lifestyle has long been linked to poor health, and a growing body of evidence suggests it may also affect personality. Previous research found associations between a lack of exercise and declines in …

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10 Tips for Treating Neck Pain

Neck pain is a common experience for most people. It is estimated that the necks of 45% of all adults will become painful at some point in the adults’ lives. The problem is that many people ignore neck pain because this type of pain is so common. The pain may …

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Digestive Problems That Can Cause Bad Breath

You do not have dental caries. You brush your teeth regularly. You even use mouthwash after brushing. You don’t forget to floss. But still your breath smells foul. If you have a persistent bad breath and you know you have stellar oral hygiene practices, there’s a huge possibility that the …

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Recognising HPVsymptoms

Many infections of the Human Papillomavirus produce no symptoms at all – particularly in the early stages. However symptoms may well appear some time after the initial infection and it is possible to infect others even in the absence of HPVsymptoms. There are over one hundred strains of the HPV …

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Menthol Cigarettes Make it Harder to Quit

A new study, which appears in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine, states that menthol cigarettes make it harder to stop smoking. The study also says that blacks and Peurto Ricans have the most difficulty when trying to stop. The study was carried out by researchers from Cancer Institute of …

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Peanut Allergy more Prevalent in Black Kids

American researchers have recently conducted a study which suggests that black children may be more susceptible to developing peanut allergy. After studying the genetic profiles of a group of children from diverse racial origins around three years old, the researchers have concluded that black children were more prone to develop …

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The Hidden Benefits of Psyllium Husks

A native of India, where it is also known as ‘isabgol’ the psyllium husk has historically been used as a treatment for many health conditions over the years. Mainly fibrous and a derivative of the plantago ovata plant, this supplement can provide 71g of fiber in one third of a …

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How to Use Honey for Weight Loss?

The health benefits of honey also extends to weight loss. If you are trying to lose weight, honey is extremely helpful. Honey is a natural sweetener, which helps in losing weight, comprises of 22 amino acids and a variety of minerals important to speed up the metabolic process. Therefore, it …

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Psychosomatic Disorder

The term psychosomatic disorder generally refers to a medical disorder that is caused by psychological factors. Although the term continues to be used extensively in the medical community, “psychosomatic disorders” largely has been replaced by the term “somatoform disorders,” and is referred to as such in the most recent version …

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Best Way to Cook Broccoli to Keep 100% of Its Nutrients

Broccoli is highly advised by health experts to get included in your daily menu. The recommended serving amount to effectively reap from its health benefits is about one and a half cups daily, or at least five cups per week. Broccoli is one of the most nutritious vegetables from the cruciferous …

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