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A Tattoo So Good You Don’t Even Notice It

When pure talent meets excellent skill, the result is always overwhelming. Eric Catalano is a hyperrealistic tattoo artist who came into the limelight when a photo of his work went viral. Eric tattooed a man’s nail beds back onto his… Continue Reading →

New Research: Eating Just Two Of These Nuts Could Prevent Cancer, Anxiety, Depression, Heart Attack, and More

This post was originally published on this site Brazil nuts come from the Bertholletia excelsa tree, which is in the Lecythidaceae family and found in the Amazon. In Brazil, they are known as semilla de Brazil, which means Brazilian seed. Brazil… Continue Reading →

Doctors Warn Not to Use Ginger If You’re On Any Of These Medications

Ginger (Zingiber officinal) is a plant used for centuries as a medicine, commonly to reduce nausea, relieve pain and aid in digestion. It is a common ingredient in many foods and beverages. Ginger can also be used as a supplement… Continue Reading →

8 Stretches You Should Do Every Morning To Feel Strong, Flexible And Grounded

There’s nothing quite like a good stretch. It feels great, and can make a world of difference in a healthy and balanced lifestyle. A few minutes in your morning routine devoted to stretching can be the perfect way to start… Continue Reading →

Moms Offer Free Hugs at Pride Parade for Kids Whose Parents Rejected Them

This post was originally published on this site Did you ever hear that we need four hugs a day for survival, 8 hugs a day for maintenance, and 12 hugs a day for growth? Fortunately, some good-doers at Austin’s Pride… Continue Reading →

Bad cough that won’t quit part of winter virus going around

This post was originally published on this site It’s not a cold or the flu, but one winter sickness comes with warnings from medical professionals. Although seasonal colds and the flu are going around, there is another virus that is making… Continue Reading →

The Health Benefits of Adding Fiber To Your Diet

This post was originally published on this site     Americans on average only eat about half the daily recommended amount of fiber.  It’s an essential component of the food we eat, and it may help you live longer. In studies, it has been… Continue Reading →

Why Are People With Blood Type O So Special?

This post was originally published on this site There are a lot of theories on how personalities are formed. While most of this information is interesting, it’s not really based on science. We all know there are four types of… Continue Reading →

Sunflower Seeds Help Improve Heart Health, Fight Cancer, Reduce Anxiety, Heal Eyesight, and More

This post was originally published on this site Packed with phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, and omega 3’s, sunflower seeds fulfill many nutritional needs. Delicious and easy to find, adding sunflower seeds to your diet adds crucial essential fats and micronutrients. Eating… Continue Reading →

72-Year-Old Woman Gives Birth To Baby Boy And Becomes One Of The Oldest Moms In The World

This post was originally published on this site The human body is totally amazing! With the help of modern science, a couple was able to achieve their lifelong dream of being parents. A first-time mother much older than the Indian… Continue Reading →

Certain Antibiotics Tied to Deadly Heart Vessel Tears: FDA

This post was originally published on this site According to the US Food and Drug Administration, patients taking fluoroquinolones need to be careful. They advise avoiding the drug because of possible dangerous side effects. They say that this class of… Continue Reading →

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