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The Snack Bar Designed for People with Swallowing Disorders

This post was originally published on this site We should take a moment to appreciate the people in this world who go out of their way to improve the quality of life for others. While we sit back and enjoy… Continue Reading →

What You Need to Know About Your L4-L5 Spinal Segment

This post was originally published on this site Lower back pain? You may have heard your practitioner mention something about your L4-L5 spinal segment. The lower back (lumbar spine) is a fairly complex structure. It consists of 5 vertebrates, the… Continue Reading →

These Close-Up Images Show Exactly What Different Types of Skin Cancer Look Like

This post was originally published on this site The moment we’ve all been waiting for us here- it’s summertime! Kids are streaming out of their classrooms to the tune of school bells chiming for the last time and everybody is… Continue Reading →

Parkinsons and the Gut-Brain Connection

This post was originally published on this site We may have been wrong about Parkinson’s. New studies show the disease may stem from the gut, not the brain. If this theory proves correct, new treatments may be discovered to prevent… Continue Reading →

Top 5 Natural Remedies for ADHD + Key Lifestyle Changes

This post was originally published on this site Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD) are neurological and behavior-related conditions that cause difficulty in concentrating, impulsiveness and excessive energy. Individuals with ADHD symptoms not only have a challenge in… Continue Reading →

12 Morning Stretches to Help You Get Rid of Pain, Stiffness and Excess Fat

This post was originally published on this site The first thing people do in the mornings, besides for hitting the alarm clock, is stretch. Whether it’s a dramatic arm-stretched-over-head pose accompanied by a big yawn, or a little tilt of… Continue Reading →

Blood Tests Could Replace Biopsies and MRIs for These Conditions

This post was originally published on this site Although our blood contains a huge amount of information, technology seems to be still catching up to what we can learn from this lifeforce. In the past, blood tests could only reveal… Continue Reading →

Common Heartburn Drugs Linked to Early Death in New Study

This post was originally published on this site Heartburn medications, called proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), may increase the risk of developing life-threatening conditions, according to new research [1]. Over-the-counter (OTC), as well as prescription medications for heartburn, may increase the… Continue Reading →

PFAS are in the US Food Supply, here’s why you should care

This post was originally published on this site PFAS is an abbreviation for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, a group of over 5,000 man-made chemicals that came into use during the 1950s and ‘60s. They’re found in many products, as they… Continue Reading →

Group in Boulder drinks their own pee for ‘health benefits’

This post was originally published on this site For millennia, people around the world have used both animal and human urine to remedy certain physical ailments. Topical application of urine is one thing, but drinking urine? The average person might… Continue Reading →

This Woman’s Blistering Burn Shows Why You Should Never Make a Margarita in the Sun

This post was originally published on this site Nothing celebrates summer more than a day at the pool with freshly blended margaritas. That’s what Courtney Fallon and her family planned for the Memorial Day weekend, oblivious to the painful condition… Continue Reading →

Apparently There’s 1-3oz of Urine Per Person, in the Pool

This post was originally published on this site As pool season quickly approaches, here’s a little fact that may make you pause and think before diving into the water. Who pee’d in the pool? Was it your child, your friend,… Continue Reading →

The Future Includes Babies born from Artificial Wombs

This post was originally published on this site Science has come a long way. It is now estimated that in less than 10 years, scientists will grow human embryos in a lab using high-tech artificial wombs. This research will indefinitely… Continue Reading →

Skeeter Syndrome: Allergic Reactions to Mosquito Bites

This post was originally published on this site Understanding Skeeter syndrome Nearly everyone is sensitive to mosquito bites. But for those with severe allergies, symptoms can be more than just annoying: They can be serious. Most bites occur at either… Continue Reading →

Does High Intake of Vitamins B6 and 12 Increase Hip Fracture Risk?

This post was originally published on this site A recent study in which researchers followed over 75,000 post-menopausal women for 21 years showed a correlation between high doses of B6 and B12 and hip fractures. [1] The objective of the… Continue Reading →

How To Make Sour Cream Cucumber Salad

This post was originally published on this site With the summer heat rolling in, everyone is looking for ways to cool off and stay hydrated. Many people dislike plain water or aren’t in the habit of drinking it. Fortunately, many… Continue Reading →

Top 13 Nutrition Lies That Made the World Sick and Fat

This post was originally published on this site Nutrition is full of all kinds of nonsense. The worst examples are listed here, but unfortunately, this is just the tip of the iceberg. Here are the top 13 nutrition lies that… Continue Reading →

Please Do Not Use A Vacuum Hose On Your Vagina, Begs Nurse

This post was originally published on this site In a horrifying tweet for the ages, a woman who says she is a nurse claimed she had seen several patients this week who had attempted to speed up their period through… Continue Reading →

Deep Brain Stimulation: Adelaide Man Receives ‘Pacemaker for the Brain’ To Combat Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease

This post was originally published on this site Todd Murfitt hadn’t been expecting to sit 20 minutes at the doctor’s office and be diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson’s disease. The high school principal at St John the Baptist Primary School… Continue Reading →

Cherries Are the Bedtime Snack You Didn’t Know You Needed

This post was originally published on this site “Life is not a bowl of cherries. There’s good and bad stuff…” – Fuzzy Zoeller Every time I see a wine-red, glossy cherry with a slender green stalk, I get strangely jealous…. Continue Reading →

Effects of Anxiety on the Body

This post was originally published on this site Everyone has anxiety from time to time, but chronic anxiety can interfere with your quality of life. While perhaps most recognized for behavioral changes, anxiety can also have serious consequences on your… Continue Reading →

‘Doctors Should Educate Themselves.’ Elderly Face Stigma As More of Them Are Relying On Marijuana for Relief

This post was originally published on this site Despite cannabis being now being legal for recreational use in 11 U.S states [1] (that number is likely to grow), you still have to get a license for medical marijuana from a… Continue Reading →

Apparently, Tiny Mites Live on Everyone’s Face, Including Yours

This post was originally published on this site You have very small mites living on your face right now. There are hundreds to thousands of them. They’re invisible to the naked eye, about 0.3 millimeters long (just to put that… Continue Reading →

10 Priceless Quotes That All Grandparents Will Love

This post was originally published on this site Grandparents are life, true love, and utter joy. While we may love our parents more than anyone else, I believe everyone has a special, completely different kind of love for their grandparents,… Continue Reading →

Benefits of Red Wine for the Heart, Body & Mind

This post was originally published on this site Have you ever heard of the French paradox? It’s a well-researched phenomenon that refers to people who live in certain parts of France where red wine is commonly consumed during meals having… Continue Reading →

Your Pillow Case Has More Bacteria Than Your Toilet Seat if You Don’t Wash Your Sheets Often

This post was originally published on this site Did you know that saying you have a dust allergy is just a nicer way of saying you’re allergic to the proteins and feces produced by dust mites? Did you also know that… Continue Reading →

Hospital to Ban Bacon?

This post was originally published on this site A new health push may eliminate many peoples favorite dishes from U.K. hospital cafeterias. This ban includes recipes with sausages, mash, bacon, and all processed meat. Plant-Based Health Professionals UK Ltd, an… Continue Reading →

What Are Cervicogenic Headaches? (And Why You Should Know.)

This post was originally published on this site A cervicogenic headache (also referred to as CGH) is a headache classified by a dull pain that starts from the neck and radiates across the back of the head up towards the… Continue Reading →

Happy ever after: 25 ways to live well into old age

This post was originally published on this site Two women embarked on a mission to age with good health, happiness, and to be disease-free. As they researched medical studies and adjusted their lifestyles, they documented their findings on their blog… Continue Reading →

Teachers at School Built on ‘Toxic Site’ Have the Same Rare Cancer

This post was originally published on this site After years of throwing toxic waste into a landfill, one Scottish municipality decided it was the perfect location to build a high school for students with special needs. But just seven years… Continue Reading →

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