Adding Salt Can Help You LOSE Weight

by Liubov Edwards   -  July 29th, 2015

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According to a new study, lowering sodium intake is not as good as it was thought to be. Fat and salt act together to increase weight gain. This conclusion was made after researches experimented with mice diets. They found out that the group of mice, that was kept on a high-fat diet with highest salt content gained 3 times less weight than mice who were fed high-fat food with less salt content.

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What Are Negative and Positive Symptoms in Schizophrenia?

by   -  July 27th, 2015

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Schizophrenia is a serious brain disorder that affect about 1% of people worldwide. Schizophrenia affects the way a person thinks, feels, and perceives the world around him or her. The symptoms of schizophrenia include both positive and negative symptoms. “Positive" and “negative" do not refer to the symptom’s benefit or lack thereof but, rather, the nature of how they affect the person with schizophrenia. Positive symptoms are additions to consciousness (such as hallucinations) whereas negative symptoms are decreases in functionality (such as poverty of speech). In addition to positive and negative schizophrenia symptoms, there are also cognitive and mood symptoms to schizophrenia.

Positive Symptoms of Schizophrenia

Positive symptoms include symptoms of psychosis. Hallucinations and delusions are the primary symptoms of psychosis.

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8 Tips for Divorce Damage Control for Ben and Jennifer

by   -  July 24th, 2015

News is spreading like wildfire about Ben Affleck and Jennifer Gardner’s divorce. Personally, I’m not sure why their separation is any different from any other couple, but it does bring up a good time to discuss the damage caused by divorce. Don’t get me wrong, not every couple should stay together, and sometimes that means divorce is inevitable. However, coming from someone who has gone through it, divorce takes its toll and is probably the hardest thing you’ll have to overcome in your lifetime, regardless of who initiated.

When major events like divorce or the death of a spouse happen, there are 5 stages most people will go through: Blaming, Mourning, Anger, Being Single, Moving On.

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It’s Good To Be King: The Life & Future Reign of Prince George

by CanadianPharmacyKing   -  July 20th, 2015

When Prince George of Cambridge was born on July 22nd, 2013, it marked the first time since the Victorian Era that three generations in line for the throne were alive at the same time. “George" is amongst the most popular names for Kings in England and, like them, he will someday become the royal figurehead of the British Empire.

How far is Prince George in line from the crown? How many other Kings of England were named “George"? What is his last name? What is Kate Middleton’s occupation? Who is next in line for the crown after Prince George? What unusual royal rules will Prince George have to follow?

Many people have questions about the future King of England, and we have the answers! Check out these fun and interesting facts about Prince George.

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A Spoonful of Sugar Makes the Taxes Go Up

by   -  July 17th, 2015

by adamico
by adamico

Or at least, that’s the recommendation being made Canada by the Heart and Stroke Foundation in a statement back in September. In addition, they want everyone to drop their sugar intake to just 10% of their daily calories – which is roughly about ten teaspoons of sugar. The World Health Organization takes it a step further by calling for a slash in consumption to just 5% of total caloric intake – or just 5 teaspoons. Before any of you start to question how in the world you would do that and still eat healthy – this relates only to the added sugars such as glucose, fructose, corn syrup, and honey – not to any naturally occurring sugar in fruits and vegetables.

All of this is in an attempt to curb obesity in an effort to reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and other related illnesses due to weight and a high sugar consumption diet.

It’s not a stretch to see why. On average, Canadians consume approximately 26 teaspoons of sugar daily – American’s 28 teaspoons. This translates to somewhere between 88 pounds and 96 pounds of sugar per year consecutively.

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Sip Up Viagra's New Competition

by Liubov Edwards  -  July 15th, 2015

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Coffee influence on human body has always been a controversy. Obviously, it has its benefits and its downsides. Recent study reveals that drinking two to three cups of coffee a day can lower a risk of ED (erectile dysfunction) for men. Researches found out that caffeine has a series of pharmacological effects on a male’s body; it causes relaxation of blood arteries and the muscle of the penis, which increase blood flow.

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The One Diet Change 75% of Americans Need To Make

by   -  July 13th, 2015

by shepherd302
by shepherd302

If you’re reading this, the chances are this diet change applies to you too, regardless your country of origin. Easily the simplest change to make, drinking more water has a host of benefits to all people. It keeps your cells hydrated, allowing you to function optimally. When you’re not drinking a sufficient amount of water, your body, mind, and mood all suffer. According to statistics, up to 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. Which isn’t all that surprising considering our love affair with all things sugar related. Water is pretty bland standing next to our carbonated high fructose corn syrup sodas of joy, right?

I know in my household, trying to get my husband to drink more water is like pulling teeth.

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New Benefits of Statins

by Liubov Edwards   -  July 10th, 2015

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Checkout Video: BC wildfire update

Follow @BCGovFireInfo for #BCWildfire Updates, News & Prevention Tips.

Air pollution affects millions of people, especially those living in big cities. Recently an air quality advisory was issued in Vancouver due to smoke from wildfires that have invaded the region.

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5 Ways to Boost Libido Beyond Female Viagra

by   -  July 8th, 2015

by Mathier
by Mathier
Not all that long ago, I wrote an article about the female libido and the ways it can be awakened. In it, I discussed not only the Fifty Shades of Grey movie that had just been released, but also the new pill - Sprout’s Flibanserin – which was heading to the FDA in hopes of gaining approval as the first pharmaceutical claiming to make headway for women suffering from Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD). This month, an expert panel for the FDA voted 18-6 to approve the drug, after two previously unsuccessful attempts. It’s important to note final approval is pending until a hearing in August, but generally speaking, the FDA has followed the recommendations of their panel. If approved, the North Carolina drug company plans to market the drug as Addyi.

While in some ways, this is considered a gain for women’s rights activists, Flibanserin isn’t without its pitfalls, and the FDA still knows it. The recommendation for approval from the panel also comes with a pretty big caveat: Sprout must make the negative side effects like dizziness, fainting, drowsiness, and others more noticeable than just a typical warning.

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What You Need To Know About LISTERIA

by   -  July 6th, 2015

by ftlaudgirl
by ftlaudgirl

Every year, approximately 1,600 people get sick from Listeria (a form of food poisoning) each year in the United States. Listeria monocytogenes is a bacterium that can cause Listeriosis, a serious infection usually caused by eating contaminated food. It can be found in soil, water, and some animals; including poultry and cattle. It can be present in raw milk, and foods made from raw milk. Not to mention, it can also live in food processing plants, where it can contaminate a variety of processed meats.

In some ways, Listeria is unlike many other germs because it can grow even a cold refrigerator. The only way Listeria is killed is by cooking and pasteurization.

Always make sure the food you eat is safe.

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Listeria Free Summer Retreat

by Liubov Edwards  -  July 4th, 2015

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The recent discovery of listeria bacteria in ice cream produced by Blue Bell Creameries put many people in to a state of shock. Listeria was the cause of food poisoning of several people. Many other bacterias can be killed by pasteurization, cooking foods to the proper temperature and freezing, but listeria bacteria will survive. If the food was infected before being frozen, the bacteria will grow after the food was defrosted.

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Great Tips for Seniors Staying Sun Safe This Summer

by   -  July 2nd, 2015

Photo by Tiffany
Photo by Tiffany

Everyone enjoys being able to spend more time outdoors when summer rolls around, and we are quite sure seniors no different. The interesting thing is, many seniors get to a point where they no longer believe taking preventative measures to safeguard their skin is important. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Did you know, as we age, our skin’s natural ability to protect itself slowly diminishes, leaving it more vulnerable to skin damage and cancer?

UVB and UVA rays are hazardous to your health. UVB rays will cause sunburns as well as tanning your skin, not to mention they are the main culprits responsible for skin cancer. While UVA rays won't cause sunburn; they do penetrate your skin more deeply, leading to signs of aging including wrinkles, saggy, leathery looking skin, and sun spots.

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