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Puffy Eyes and how to avoid them

Puffy Eyes and how to avoid them

Do you have puffy eyes? Well there are some things you can do to minimize them. However it appears that puffy eyes are in your genes so some of us will always be more likely to have them. All of us at different times in our lives have swollen or tired eyes. Sometimes because we [...]

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Running Injuries

Running Injuries

People who like to run can be susceptible to injuries, and it’s not just the experienced runners, many injuries happen to beginners even when they are running slowly and gently. Experienced runners exert their bodies so people understand why the injury occurs, but with beginners it can be as simple as using muscles that have [...]

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Purple fruit health claims are premature

Purple fruit health claims are premature

The Daily Telegraph’s story concerning the potential health benefits of purple coloured fruit may or may not be true but it is certainly premature. The newspaper makes the headline that purple coloured berries and fruit “could help ward off Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s” by soaking up harmful iron in the diet. However the iron [...]

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Fad Diets Do Not Work

Fad Diets Do Not Work

Over the years many fad diets have came and went and many of them did make people lose weight. But how many of those people kept the weight off? There are some tips below on how to trim the pounds and how to remain at your new healthier weight. We also point out that dieting [...]

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Why most of Us should eat fewer calories

Why most of Us should eat fewer calories

Eat Less and Get Healthy Almost 66% of the adult English population is overweight or obese and the reason for it is simple. People eat too much and do not do enough activities. New research has reinforced what most people can see on a daily basis, the majority of people are overweight or obese. The [...]

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Water and Drinks

Water and Drinks

The amount of water a human body needs to function normally varies from region to region throughout the world. In the United Kingdom an average person requires about 1.2 litres of water a day. That’s about 6 to 8 glasses. In hotter climates with high humidity it can be much higher than this. In a [...]

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Male menopause

Male menopause

Menopause is well known and understood as a phase that occurs in the life of every woman as she ages and the levels of naturally occurring hormones in her body begin to decline. What is perhaps not so commonly known is that men may also be affected by a reduction in hormone levels and function [...]

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Fat burning with green tea

Fat burning with green tea

Although some people have their doubts, green tea has become popular in recent years for its fat burning health benefits. A brief history Green tea contains a catechin known as epigallocatechin or EGCG for short. This EGCG works to increase the rate of fat burning and decrease the numbers of calories that are absorbed. The [...]

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Fatty liver prevention tips

Fatty liver prevention tips

There are 10 simple rules that when followed will help to prevent the development of a fatty liver. The liver is an essential organ within the human body and is responsible for cleaning the blood amongst other functions. In order to stay in a healthy condition, it is important to take good care of the [...]

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Kidney Stones and their symptoms

Kidney Stones and their symptoms

As soon as people talk about kidney stones most of us squirm at the thought of having to pass them. Women who have had their children say that the pain experienced when passing a kidney stone is not dissimilar to childbirth. A kidney stone is a mass that is made up of crystals that have [...]

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How Nettle Tea Helps Your Health

How Nettle Tea Helps Your Health

Nettle tea is an acquired taste unless you like vegetables like spinach or green cabbage. Then you’ll find this herbal tea to be a refreshing change from other beverages. Despite the occasional sting when harvesting the top tips of nettle plants, fresh nettles makes for a better tasting tea. You can also eat the cooked [...]

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Natural Remedies to Deal with Ovary Pain

Natural Remedies to Deal with Ovary Pain

Plagued by ovary pain? Check out some natural remedies that you can do that are inexpensive. Are you a female that is constantly plagued with ovary pain? Do you have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).? Do you particularly have a problem with ovary pain during menstruation? Have you wondered if there is a natural way to [...]

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Having Panic Attacks? Here’s What to Do

Having Panic Attacks? Here’s What to Do

Experiencing too much stress lately? Learn how to take charge and calm yourself by altering the wave activity in your brain thus avoiding panic attacks. Many of us have had multiple set backs in recent years with out economy the way it is. In the United States, we have lost long standing jobs and homes [...]

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Check out these Remedies for Period Pains

Check out these Remedies for Period Pains

If you’re a women, no doubt you’ve experienced period pains. See what exercise can do for you. Most women have experienced period pains from time to time. For others, they may have them all the time and the pain may be severe. It’s part of being a female. But, did you know, there are natural [...]

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Caffeine and Gall Bladder

Caffeine and Gall Bladder

Gall bladder is a small sac-like organ under the liver. It aids in fat digestion by concentrating the bile produced by the liver. The main gall bladder symptoms include gall stones and gall inflammation. Causes of Gall Bladder Symptoms Gall stones are usually made up of cholesterol, calcium and bile salts. They can be smaller [...]

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Home Remedies for Hay Fever

Home Remedies for Hay Fever

Hay fever, or allergic rhinitis, is an allergic reaction characterized by runny nose, itchy eyes, sneezing and coughing. The condition is triggered by plant pollen, especially in spring and summer when the pollen levels are high in the air. Considerations Hay fever affects almost 20 percent of people in the United States. Avoiding the triggers [...]

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Breast health

Breast health

There is much emphasis in our cultures today to look after our bodies. Most of us do this by regular trips to the gym or other forms of exercise alongside a healthy diet filled with natural foods. However, diseases such as breast cancer have reached extreme proportions among women with more and more women being [...]

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Bacterial vaginosis treatment

Bacterial vaginosis treatment

Bacterial vaginosis is a common but distressing condition resulting from normal bacteria in the vagina. A woman with bacterial vaginosis will experience a foul smelling discharge which may at first appear to be a yeast infection. It is important to seek medical advice in the event of any discharge so that other conditions can be [...]

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Home remedies for chicken pox

Home remedies for chicken pox

Chicken pox is an extremely common, highly infectious viral infection most usually thought of as a childhood illness – this is, however, far from the truth. Cases of chicken pox in adults frequently occur and may be more severe than those cases seen in children. The fairly recent introduction of a chicken pox vaccine has [...]

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Compile a camping checklist and don’t forget the essentials!

Compile a camping checklist and don’t forget the essentials!

Camping is great fun for all the family – to make sure your trip goes smoothly, you need to ensure you don’t forget any important items! Camping is a great way of enjoying that best that nature has to offer and is something that the whole family can enjoy together – even the very youngest [...]

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