Need to Know Health Benefits of Orgasms

Let’s talk about the big “O” and no, it’s not Oprah. Isn’t it nice when you find out there are health benefits to something you were doing anyway? In this case, that something is sex.  Well, orgasms specifically. They are fun, they are free and they are super healthy. For men, it’s like going downhill in […]

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Cigarette: The Feel Good Poison

So, what’sin a cigarette? Chemicals are found in every puff of cigarette smoke.  If you smoke, or if you’re exposed to secondhand smoke, you inhale over 4,000 chemicals; at least 70 of them known to cause cancer. They’re also known to cause disastrous health effects, such as lung and heart disease. Here are a few of the […]

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This is why you want to keep writing by hand

A research from a top university, shows that in order to remember something, notes should be hand written and not typed.  Writing is thought to boost the memory because note taking by hand requires different cognitive processes than typing. For example, if in a lecture you are writing notes, you have to listen carefully to […]

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Vitamin K and Warfarin: What You Should Know

When your body senses an injury, a series of action occurs to form a blood clot that can protect the injured area. Vitamin K is one of the substances in your blood that is required for this reaction to occur. Having blood clots, increases your risk your risk for heart attacks, stroke, or other serious […]

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Are you tired? Exercise can help

Are you physically tired, feeling sluggish, and sleepy? The best thing to do is exercise. Doing so will give you more energy than sitting. Studies have found that the blood and oxygen flow through the body will give you more energy and improve your mood, and the increase in endorphin levels can contribute to a […]

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High Blood Pressure: Deadly and Damaging

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is called the “silent killer” because very, very few people know when their blood pressure goes up. When I tell somebody that they have high blood pressure for the first time they say, “I don’t understand. I’ve had low blood pressure my whole life.” Well, you do until you don’t. […]

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Why You Should Stop Kissing Babies Ears

Your first instinct when you see a newborn, the most precious thing in the world is to hold him or her. And why not, babies are so adorably sweet, cuddly, and soft. If you are compelled to kiss and cuddle them, by all means, do so but please, not on the ears! Those little ears […]

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Read Why Red Meat Make You Age faster

You might be 30 on the outside but on the inside your biological age is likely much older and your favorite cheese burger may be to blame. Perhaps you have heard about free radicals (causes damage to your body cells) and antioxidants (help defend your cells from damage caused by free radicals).  When we are […]

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Need to Know Sneaky Signs of an Unhealthy Diet

If you are serious about maintaining a healthy body and mind, you would be wise to pay attention to the health of your stomach.  If your diet needs an overhaul, it’s not just your waistline that will let you know. Sure, gaining weight can indicate the need for you to rethink what you are putting […]

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Must Read Why Left-Side Sleeping Is Good for You

You have heard that getting a good night’s sleep is important for your health and can prevent you from having serious health complications such as depression, weight gain, and high blood pressure.  But did you know that even when you do manage to get the recommended 7-8 hours of sleep, you may be complicating your […]

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Overwhelmed: Powerful Tips to Stop Brain Overload

Are you there feeling that all your thoughts while awake are just a huge list of the so many things you need to do but never seem to get done?  People looking in from the outside think you have it all together. They can’t see that what’s nagging at you throughout the day are thought […]

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Prostate Cancer, Sex and Ejaculation

Fellas, I bet a lot of you have heard that the favorite, preventive, practice for men for prostate cancer is sex. Is it true, you ask?  The truth is that there is some truth in that based on a huge study by researchers from Boston University School of Public Health, Harvard T.H. Chan School of […]

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Vitamin D, Breastfeeding, Your baby and You

Save your money, you don’t need to buy lots of supplements and vitamins when you are raising kids. For typically developing children, the only recommended supplement to give is vitamin D. This is to avoid them developing a vitamin D deficiency. the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends breastfed and partially breastfed infants be supplemented with […]

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Baking Soda:What It Does for Acid Reflux

Acid reflux AKA “Heartburn” can plague anyone from time to time. Whether because you’ve just finished a spicy dish or decided to lie down too soon after eating a full meal.  When you have acid reflux, the sensation is uncomfortable at best because of the stinging sensations it can cause in your chest. Thing is, […]

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Why You should not Ignore Vagina Atrophy and Pain

I decided to do a post on vagina atrophy because it affects over 60% of post-menopausal women. Yet, they suffer in silence due to embarrassment, cultural taboos or not feeling comfortable speaking to their health care provider.

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Rubbing Your Eyes is Bad for You. Stop! ASAP

Did you know what can play havoc to your appearance? Rubbing your eyes! It seem like a relatively harmless thing to do. After all, most of you mindlessly do it once or a few times a day, whether you are suffering from a common cold, or are just feeling tired and groggy.  Some of you […]

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Need to Know Suprisingly STI Facts

Hello People! If you have sex or are planning to have sex, you should watch this You probably more about STIs than your parents and grandparents did back when they were called venereal diseases Still, you might be surprised about these STI facts STI Facts: Did you k ow that more than 25 different diseases […]

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