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Eliminate Hypertension by Dialing Back Salt

by Carissa Andrews  -  May 14th, 2018

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Photo Credit: by Carissa Andrews

The amount of salt a person consumes on a daily basis can be a good indicator for whether or not you could be at risk for developing high blood pressure. In fact, the FDA predicts reducing sodium intake could prevent 83,000 deaths in just twenty years.

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Gluten-Free Meal Planning that Won’t Break the Family Budget

by Carissa Andrews  -  May 7th, 2018

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Photo Credit: by Carissa Andrews

When you have a big family, meal planning on its own can be an adventurous endeavor. From making sure there are enough plates to cover everyone, all the way down to keeping everyone’s individual tastes happy, you need to be prepared. This is especially true when you have kids, or people with specific food allergies.

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Sidestep Arthritis with a Better Gut Biome

by Carissa Andrews  -  April 30th, 2018

Photo Credit: by Messi Lewi, Flickr.com
Photo Credit: by Messi Lewi, Flickr.com

Arthritis, in all its various forms, affects 54.5 million adults in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and of those, 43.5% have limitations on their daily lives because of it. It’s estimated by 2040, 78.4 million adults over the age of 18 will have been diagnosed by a doctor with arthritis. An astonishing two-thirds of those will be women.

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Is It Possible to Protect Yourself from A Nuclear Incident?

by Carissa Andrews  -  April 16th, 2018

Is It Possible to Protect Yourself from A Nuclear Incident preview

With the threats and verbal jabs bouncing back and forth between North Korea and the United States, tensions are high as the world reconsiders the possibility of a nuclear incident. While it sounds as though North Korea is willing to talk with the United States, it’s unclear whether or not any talks would take place. Even if they did meet—both leaders at present can be highly unpredictable and prone to snap judgements. Which does nothing to ease concerns.

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Can Trump Still Repeal and Replace Obamacare in 2018?

by Carissa Andrews  -  April 9th, 2018

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Photo Credit: by Adam Fagen, Flickr.com

Republicans came in claiming a mandate when they tried to “repeal and replace” Obamacare in 2017—but were handed a pretty swift defeat each time they tried to bring the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to the chopping block. Instead of a mandate, Congress found Americans to be spooked about health coverage, and rightly so. We pay more than nearly every other country in the world and by the looks of things, it’s not about to get any more affordable in the coming years.

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Google Search: Why My Cats Sleep So Much?

by CANPharmacyKing  -  April 2nd, 2018

Google Search: Why My Cats Sleep So Much preview

How's your #BankHolidayMonday going? ... I just asked google why cats sleep so much.

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Get Some Greenery: Boost Health & Happiness with Plants

by Carissa Andrews  -  March 26th, 2018

Get Some Greenery: Boost Health & Happiness with Plants preview

As we strive for balance and better health within our home and work environments, one of the simplest—and arguably biggest ways we can make a change is by adding more plants. Through the years, we’ve strayed away from our natural roots, and it’s resulted in plummeting health, skyrocketing stress levels, and a sterile environment that leaves us feeling blue and bored.

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Can Alcohol & Beef Increase the Risk of Breast Cancer in Men?

by Carissa Andrews  -  March 19th, 2018

Can Alcohol & Beef Increase the Risk of Breast Cancer in Men preview

Did you know men make up 1% of all breast cancer diagnoses? Though definitely rarer than for women, approximately one in 1,000 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year (roughly 2,500). Of those, nearly 500 of them will not make it. The problem for many men is the fact they’re diagnosed at a much later stage—which can drastically impact their outcome. In fact, women with breast cancer live, on average, two years longer than men who are diagnosed—simply because men don’t realize they're susceptible too.

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Safely Order Cialis Using Private Search Engine DuckDuckGo

by   -  March 8th, 2018

Safely Order Cialis Using Private Search Engine DuckDuckGo preview

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

Photo Credit: by NeONBRAND, Unsplash.com
Photo Credit: by NeONBRAND, Unsplash.com

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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