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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU EAT 3 WHOLE EGGS EVERY DAY? YOU’LL BE SURPRISED WHAT IT DOES TO YOUR BODY!

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In the past, there were concerns that consuming eggs and other cholesterol-rich foods could raise blood cholesterol levels, thereby increasing the risk of heart disease. However, dietary cholesterol in most cases does not influence blood cholesterol levels as much as the amount and type of fat eaten, except in some …

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IF YOUR KIDNEY IS IN DANGER, THE BODY WILL GIVE YOU THESE 8 SIGNS! Read carefully!

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Your kidneys are bean-shaped organs, each about the size of your fist. They are located near the middle of your back, just below the rib cage. The kidneys are sophisticated trash collectors. Every day, your kidneys process about 200 quarts of blood to sift out about 2 quarts of waste products and extra water. The waste …

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Dangerous Confusion Around Anaphylactic Shock

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Anaphylactic shock is a life-threatening allergic reaction that can result from a severe allergy. Urgent treatment with adrenaline and antihistamines is life-saving, yet a survey conducted by Bausch + Lomb suggests that more than two thirds of parents who have a child with anaphylaxis wouldn’t know how to administer the device, or where to inject …

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Even Occasional Cocaine Use Can Lead To A Heart Attack

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Researchers at the Sydney Medical School have found that healthy individuals who use cocaine occasionally are more susceptible to a heart attack. In the study, comparatively fit people who took cocaine at least once a month, for a period of a year, were found to have higher blood pressure, stiffer arteries and thicker heart muscle walls – …

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Are night sweats keeping you up?

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Do you  nd yourself waking up in the middle of the night, sweating profusely but have no idea what’s wrong or if you should be concerned? You might be su ering from a condition called night sweats. WAKING UP WITH SHEETS and bedclothes drenched is an unpleasant and sleep disrupting part of perimenopause and …

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When do you need to see a voice specialist

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OUR VOICE GIVES US our unique identity. It helps convey emotions, argue, cajole, persuade and soothe. It gives an indication of our mood, energy and confidence levels. In spite of this, we often take our voice for granted and misuse or abuse it. It is therefore not surprising that if we Google “voice problems”, we see 377,000,000 …

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Remove that tan the natural way.

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Six face packs with the goodness of natural ingredients to remove the most stubborn tan and nourish your skin WE HAVE HEARD a gazillion times that using sunscreen is necessary to protect our skin from sun damage, and we even adhere to the rules. Yet sometimes even the best sunscreen in the market can’t save …

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DRIED PLUMS PROTECT BONES

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A study of postmenopausal women, published in Osteoporosis International, found that eating dried plums daily stops bone loss. Researchers from San Diego State and Florida State universities measured bone loss in 48 women who ate either 5 or 6 dried plums daily, twice that amount, or no dried plums. The smaller serving was just as …

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Glucosamine and chondroitin sulphate

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What does the evidence say about glucosamine sulphate and chondroitin and arthritis? Gillian Rowe investigates Both glucosamine and chondroitin are substances that occur naturally in the body. Glucosamine is a natural sugar made from the simple carbohydrate glucose and the amino acid glutamine. It is produced in the body to provide natural building blocks for growth, repair …

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