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14 Ways Low Glutathione Levels Could Be Affecting Your Health

This post was originally published on this site Like many people, you may have never heard of glutathione before, much less heard it said out loud. It is pronounced “gloo-ta-thigh-own,” and it’s one of the most critical, adaptable, and powerful… Continue Reading →

Your Hormones and Weight Loss

This post was originally published on this site Fat, rolls, extra padding, or pretty much any negative word that’s synonymous with extra weight comes with numerous stereotypes that usually make us cringe. In fact, usually after any of these horrid… Continue Reading →

Think Twice Before Getting Another IoT Device

This post was originally published on this site Here at The Hearty Soul, we are always trying to deliver the best health and wellness advice with a prime focus on nutrition and lifestyle. However, we are going to deviate, but… Continue Reading →

How to Throw a Vegan Cookout Everyone Will Enjoy (Even Non-Vegans)

This post was originally published on this site If you follow a plant-based/vegan life-style, no doubt your omnivorous friends might enjoy gently ribbing you about your choices. However, they love and want to spend time with you — and that… Continue Reading →

Varicose Veins: The 10 Best Natural Remedies to Try

This post was originally published on this site Varicose veins are a common condition in which enlarged veins are visible through the skin. Though varicose veins are usually unrelated to any serious medical conditions, some people feel uncomfortable because of… Continue Reading →

The Perks of Living Near Grandma

This post was originally published on this site Many of us underestimate the power of grandparents. Often times when we finally appreciate grandma, we’re too old to recreate those experiences.  If you spent much of your childhood with your grandma,… Continue Reading →

A Small Tampa Company is Working on a Big Breakthrough: A Cancer Vaccine

This post was originally published on this site A husband and wife team in Tampa have made progress on a years-long project to design a “cancer vaccine”. Scientists Dr. Michael and Dr. Patricia Lawman founded their research company, Morphogenesis, in… Continue Reading →

9 Popular Drugs Linked to Dementia and Memory Loss

This post was originally published on this site Any time you take a medication, weighing the risks and benefits of the drug is a must. And now we must ask ourselves, “Is this one of the drugs linked to dementia… Continue Reading →

Child Drowned from Puddle Jumper

This post was originally published on this site “One year ago, I unknowingly contributed to my son’s death by strapping on this damn puddle jumper.” This is the story of Nicole Hughes, mother of three-year-old Levi, who had drowned in… Continue Reading →

Seeing Faces In Things May be a Sign of Neuroticism

This post was originally published on this site Some people tend to see faces in everything, from clouds to bubbling cheese on pizza to raindrops on a foggy window. They may try to point out these findings to others. ‘Hey… Continue Reading →

Italy Passes Law To Send Unsold Food To Charities Instead Of Dumpsters

This post was originally published on this site “Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” – Mark Twain Food is one of the benchmarks of the ancient and modern Italian culture, and as… Continue Reading →

Fulgurites: Magical Stones Formed When Lightning Hits the Ground

This post was originally published on this site Lightning striking the ground is certainly not a scenario many people would want to witness in their immediate environment, but if watching it from afar, nature compensates for the momentary terror with… Continue Reading →

Why Eating Nothing After 2 pm Could Be A Good Idea

This post was originally published on this site Diet tips are becoming confusing. What’s healthier, a high- or low-fat diet, high- or low-carb, or high- or low-protein? What’s better, eating whole grains or skipping grains, coffee or no coffee, raw… Continue Reading →

Millions on Daily Aspirin for Heart Health, Shouldn’t Be, According to Study

This post was originally published on this site Aspirin has been around for about 120 years. It is a common remedy for aches, pain and headaches. For years many doctors have recommended daily aspirin therapy for healthy adults as a… Continue Reading →

Playgrounds For Seniors Improve Fitness, Reduces Loneliness

This post was originally published on this site  Parents are advised to take their children to the playground regularly to improve the kids’ motor skills and coordination. They also need fresh air, sunshine, and interaction with their peers, necessary for… Continue Reading →

Malawian Teen Taught Himself How To Build A Windmill From Junk, Brought Power To His Village, ALL Learned From Library Books!

This post was originally published on this site Many people think about changing the world, making a difference, or becoming something more, but few have the courage to act on that impulse. Stories of innovation and success inspire us and… Continue Reading →

Wildfires Are Ravaging the Amazon Forest So Badly That They Can Be Seen From Outer Space

This post was originally published on this site A stream of smoke so thick the sun has been blotted out, plunging São Paulo and other Brazilian cities into darkness. The ‘Earth’s lungs,’ as the Amazon forest is fondly called, is… Continue Reading →

Dog Saliva Causes Ohio Woman to Lose Legs and Arms

This post was originally published on this site An infection as the result of dog saliva caused an Ohio woman to spend 10 days in a coma, 80 days in the hospital, and ultimately lose her arms and legs.  Marie… Continue Reading →

Woman’s Face Swells Three Times Usual Size After Using Organic Hair Dye

This post was originally published on this site Are aliens real? After a woman’s experience with a severe reaction to a hair dye, we can question these extraterrestrials. Steph O’Dell was getting ready for her upcoming trip to Amsterdam, and… Continue Reading →

Is My Family Safe in Long Term Care Facilities?

This post was originally published on this site The sands of time have been kicked in our faces. More American families than ever find themselves struggling to balance the needs of three or more generations all at once. The average… Continue Reading →

Why Drinking Water All Day Long Is Not the Best Way to Stay Hydrated

This post was originally published on this site Dehydration can assume many shapes and fatigue — from increased thirst, fatigue, dry mouth, and decreased urine output to yellowish urine, headaches, dry skin, and dizziness. It also has many causes, including… Continue Reading →

Scientists Say That This Song Reduces Anxiety By Up To 65%

This post was originally published on this site Music is an analgesic for the mind. Sound therapy has been used for ages to help treat stress, anxiety and improve a person’s physical and emotional wellbeing. While anxiety is a normal… Continue Reading →

Scammers are Replacing Baby Formula with Flour, Sickening Children

This post was originally published on this siteBaby Adeline was sick for days. The nine-month-old was crying, vomiting, and refusing to drink from her bottle. Her mother, Medline Roque, was desperate to find an answer. “She was throwing up throughout… Continue Reading →

An X-Ray Reveals Bone Forming in Man’s Penis

This post was originally published on this site This case report appeared in the most recent edition of the Urology Case Reports [1]. Earlier this year, an unidentified 63-year-old checked himself into the A&E at the Lincoln Medical and Mental… Continue Reading →

Baby Dies with High Alcohol Level in Blood. Should Drinking be Off Limits while Breastfeeding?

This post was originally published on this site It’s a parent’s worst nightmare: finding her baby girl motionless in her crib with blood trickling from her nose. This was the fate of two-month-old Sapphire on January 2, 2017, in Ahipara,… Continue Reading →

These Asian Sea Nomads Are the First Known Humans to Have a Genetic Adaptation to Diving

This post was originally published on this site I pride myself as a blue mind who loves the water with a strange obsession. Sadly, I can’t hold my breath underwater for up to a minute. The average healthy person who… Continue Reading →

5 Myths About Dying That Too Many People Believe

This post was originally published on this site Unless you’re an immortal jellyfish, death will play an inevitable role in your life. And although loss and dying have always been a part of human existence, it seems none of us… Continue Reading →

Mom Diagnosed with Breast Cancer was Told the Lump was a Blocked Milk Duct

This post was originally published on this site When Gemma Corby’s daughter was born, she noticed a chickpea sized lump in her breast, since being a new mom who was also breastfeeding, when she flagged her concern to the staff,… Continue Reading →

The Viral Math Problem That Has People Up In Arms

This post was originally published on this site The internet is up in arms over an unexpected feud: a seemingly simple math equation. We’ve seen these types of internet feuds before, think “the dress” debate in February 2015. People argued… Continue Reading →

3 Tests That Mean More Than Standard Cholesterol Screenings

This post was originally published on this site For many years we have been told that cholesterol screenings are crucial for predicting and determining heart disease, as elevated LDLs can build up in your blood vessels and put you at… Continue Reading →

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