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Safely Order Cialis Using Private Search Engine DuckDuckGo

by   -  March 8th, 2018

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With all of the personal data large search engines like Google and Bing collect, it’s no wonder more people are turning to alternatives when searching for items they might wish to keep discreet. Searching for affordable Cialis online can be a touchy subject for some patients—especially those wishing to keep their erectile dysfunction (ED) diagnosis from hitting the internet and being logged in a file somewhere. Google tracking and cookies are known to work quickly—automatically showing a host of ads related to your recent search history. The last thing a private person needs is to see ads for ED and prescription solutions popping up everywhere they visit on the web.

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Is Your Dairy-free Diet Giving You a Vitamin D Deficiency

by Kaitlin Racine  -  February 13th, 2018

You probably recall seeing ads and commercials with celebrities sporting milk-staches and the motto, “Got Milk?” It was one of the leading health campaigns of the 90s, led by the American Dairy Association designed to instill a lifelong habit of a milk-rich diet in the populace by implying milk will help you grow – and stay – big and strong.

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What Are Homeopathic Products and Should You Be Wary of Taking Them?

by Kristine Cannon  -  February 5th, 2018

Once upon a time, homeopathy products were a niche market. But now? Its grown into a $3 billion industry, according to the Food and Drug Administration figures.

And U.S. health officials are cracking down on a growing number of unproven alternative remedies.

The FDA in December of 2017 issued a new proposal for regulating homeopathic medicines, targeting products that pose the biggest safety risks, including those marketed for children or for serious diseases.

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Psychology Tips and Tricks to Sticking with Your Resolutions

by Carissa Andrews  -  January 29th, 2018

When the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Day, it symbolizes for many of us, a fresh start and new beginning towards having the life we dream of. In fact, even Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and founder of Facebook is right there with us. Unfortunately, resolutions, when not implemented with concrete steps in place, can fall to the wayside, and eventually be forgotten. What happens is a lackluster year, where we feel as though opportunities were missed (because they were), and we begin to feel hopeless.

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Can These 8 Surprising Ways Reverse YOUR GERD?

by CANPharmacyKing  -  January 15th, 2018

With as much as 3 out of 10 Americans experiencing GERD related symptoms like acid reflux, heartburn and sulfur burps on a weekly basis, it’s a huge modern day problem. Most sources will quote that avoiding coffee and trigger foods should provide the necessary help, but unfortunately - more often than not, these tips do not bring the calm to the stomach.

The inforgraphic also includes a list of most helpful GERD medications. Read on and make your GERD a thing of past!

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How Smartphone Use Affects Teens’ Mental Health

by Carissa Andrews  -  January 8th, 2018

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Did you know the average age for a child to get their first smartphone is just ten-years-old? While ages for acquiring personal technology are dropping, rates of teen depression and suicide are rising. New studies are showing a direct correlation between smartphone usage and teen depression. It’s important to take note of these links and make changes, or take action, before it’s too late. Young minds are still developing and highly susceptible to the addiction of cellphone and internet use.

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Bestselling Gadgets to Please Even the Toughest on Your List

by Carissa Andrews  -  December 27th, 2017

If you’re still looking for some really unique gifts for the people on your Christmas list, we have a few ideas you won’t want to miss. From the Health Nut, to the Survivalist, and even the kiddos… Some people are harder to buy for than others, and each have their own unique loves. After some extensive research, we’ve broken the gadgets down into five categories, so you can quickly and easily identify the person on your list. Who knows, after checking them out, you may even want to add them to yours. Let’s take a closer look:

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Singles Day, Black Friday, & Cyber Monday: Beware the Health Hazards

by Carissa Andrews  -  November 27th, 2017

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With Single’s Day recently behind us and Black Friday & Cyber Monday still forthcoming, it’s important to be mindful of some of the health risks we may set aside while we immerse ourselves in flashy deals. The holiday season is often a time of overindulgence—as we buy more than we need, or often intend to, on those we love. This is particularly true as the psychology of sales kick into high gear—as they are already. We fear we’ll miss out, or that we could be saving “so much more money” if we only get out and fight the crowds.

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7 Myths and Truths About Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

by Natasha Tracy  -  November 14th, 2017

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Many people have heard of seasonal affective disorder, also known as SAD. It’s commonly thought of as a disorder where people are happy in the summer and sad in the winter. And while this is true in some cases, there is a lot more you need to understand about SAD. Read these seven seasonal affective disorder myths and truths to learn more – don’t miss the self-help tips at the bottom, either.

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Are You Supporting Kids with Food Allergies this Halloween?

by   -  October 31st, 2017

Photo Credit: by Sherry Dumpprope
Photo Credit: by Sherry Dumpprope

Halloween can bring more tricks than treats for kids (and their families) who suffer from food allergies. In the United States alone, one in thirteen kids has a food allergy, and many of them can be severe, or even potentially life-threatening. The scary thing is, there isn’t even a leading culprit to make things easier for those trying to have allergen free candies at Halloween. Any food can cause a reaction. Ingredients such as nuts, milk, egg, soy, or wheat are in most candies and happen to be some of the most common food allergies. However, food dyes, preservatives, and other added ingredients can also trigger reactions. What’s a consciousness and responsible citizen meant to do?

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