Is Sugar the Cause of Your Headache or Migraine?

Let’s face it: most of us eat too much sugar. While sugar consumption is increasingly linked to a host of health problems, most people still don’t realize just how harmful or addictive sugar is, or how it may be at the root of everyday health concerns like headaches and migraines. While headaches and migraines often…

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7 Ways to Get Rid of Chest Congestion

How to relieve chest congestion For too many people, winter equals chest congestion season, when you have a load of mucus in your chest that just won’t come up, no matter how hard you cough. Chest congestion can be caused by any number of ailments, chief among them the common cold and the flu. Fortunately, chest congestion relief also comes in…

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5 Foods That Cause Constipation (And What To Eat Instead)

Constipation can be unpleasant and frustrating. And it can happen to anyone. Fortunately, there are many ways to prevent and treat constipation, including some easy dietary modifications. This article looks at specific foods thought to cause constipation and what other dietary changes you can consider. What is Constipation? Most people can identify the feeling of being…

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15 WAYS TO STOP, PREVENT AND TREAT DIABETES

One of the most common worldwide chronic diseases affecting millions of people is diabetes. If diabetes is not controlled or poorly controlled, that can cause other medical complications like blindness, heart disease, kidney failure etc. Before the occurrence of diabetes the blood glucose levels in the human body are high even though not to that…

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Heart health and mouth health linked: Treating gum disease found to help lower blood pressure

Brushing your teeth will never be the same again after this: keeping gum disease (periodontitis) at bay can help you lower your blood pressure, especially if you’re at risk of developing hypertension (high blood pressure), according to a study presented at the American Heart Association Meeting. Dr. Jun Tao, lead author, and director of the Institute of…

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Food Rules

Food Rules For Travelers – Quick Guide to Stay Healthy While Traveling

Traveling can be educational, exciting, energizing, and exhausting and the food you enjoy while traveling can be memorable and delicious. On one hand, it is exciting for the eyes but it isn't always for the mouth. Only one wrong bite can spoil your trip even if you don’t actually get sick. So, if you're not…

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Nocebo

Nocebo – Beware Of Negative Thoughts And Suggestions

We all have heard of the placebo effect, but even in the medicinal circles, relatively few have heard of the nocebo effect. In fact, this phenomenon is an evil twin of the placebo effect. The nocebo effect refers by definition to the worsening or the induction of symptoms induced by active or sham therapies. (1)…

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Food Wrappers Contain Fluorine

Food Wrappers Contain Fluorine – 5 Ways to Protect Yourself from Fluorine Compounds

We all know that fast foods are loaded with chemical preservatives, calories, bad fats, carbs, and sugar. But now there is another reason to stay away from the stuff. Fast food wrappers contain fluorine which is a highly toxic chemical. One of the challenges in avoiding these toxic chemicals is you can’t tell by looking…

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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis Often Confused With Lyme Disease

Some conditions can have similar symptoms. If you feel dizzy, tired, or have tingling or numbness in your legs or arms, you may have multiple sclerosis (MS) or Lyme disease. Both conditions are very different in nature but they present themselves similarly. Symptoms alone may be quite confusing and therefore multiple sclerosis can be easily…

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Asthma Misdiagnosis

Asthma Misdiagnosis – Get The Right Asthma Test

A person suffering from breathing problems or a persistent cough goes to the doctor. By these symptoms, the doctor declares that patient has asthma. It’s a common scenario! After the diagnosis, the patient is put on long-term medication that only can ease symptoms or stop future flare-ups. But new studies show that asthma misdiagnosis is…

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