For a change, how about some Positive News.
How many calories are burned by walking a mile? The quick answer is that you should be able to burn off a Snickers bar, about a third of a large Starbucks latte, or some of your light brunch. However, the answer isn’t that simple.
Source: Red Orbit
Date posted: 27/06/2021
Clogged Arteries Myth. There is a huge myth out there about what causes clogged arteries and heart disease.
Source: Rise Earth
Date posted: 23/06/2021
Some of the prescription medications used to treat heartburn/acid reflux can results in dependence or mask the need to address other lifestyle factors that can contribute to these conditions. We’ve gathered 6 of the best natural supplements to treat heartburn and symptoms of acid reflux below.
Date posted: 22/06/2021
The Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine uses two harmless viruses that deliver the genetic code for our cells to make a protein from the new coronavirus. This trains our immune system to fight against future infections with the new coronavirus.
Source: Medical News Today
Date posted: 21/06/2021
Here, a sleep specialist troubleshoots both concerns and shares how to work with and not against your supplement so that better sleep can follow.
Source: Mind Body Green
Date posted: 20/06/2021
The benefits of drinking water are huge. It keeps you hydrated, boosting energy levels, preventing headaches, flushing out toxins and helping regulate your body temperature.
Source: Huffington Post
Date posted: 18/06/2021
Antibiotics are a class of medications that can save lives. However, most antibiotics are overly prescribed and pretty toxic. They should be used as a last resort only. Did you know that inexpensive natural remedies work as well, and with far fewer side effects?
Source: Living Traditionally
Date posted: 16/06/2021
Eliminating or removing toxins from the body is an important thing to do to maintain your body to stay healthy. The body is often conceded toxins as a result of an unhealthy lifestyle or unhealthy food consumed.
Source: Natural News Blogs
Date posted: 14/06/2021
It is projected that up to 152 million people worldwide will be living with Alzheimer's disease (AD) by 2050. A growing body of evidence finds that targeting lifestyle and vascular risk factors have a beneficial effect on overall cognitive performance.
Source: Science Daily
Date posted: 11/06/2021
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