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Perks of Tea
Tea is one of the most popular drink because of its pleasant taste and numerous observed health benefits. Tea is awesome for one’s health, as it makes-up for with some great health benefits.   Many Researchers pointtea’s health benefits to “polyphenols” (an antioxidant type) and certain phytochemicals. Along with promoting the weight loss, it has been found in various studies that drinking tea prevents the cardiovascular risks and cancer and additionally provides mental benefits too.  


Know How Romance Kills Sex Drive in Men?
"The real lover is the man who can thrill you just by touching your head or smiling into your eyes - or just by staring into space." – By Marilyn Monroe   The Archives of Sexual Behavior  


Psychic Gold coast
The physic's ability, how past life regression therapy works with the use of hypnosis and the connection of the past lives to the present life. You need to understand it well. Do not ignore it.


Flu in Cancer Patients and Survivors
Cancer patients and survivors are both at risk for fatal infections and other diseases that may hamper their recovery. One may think that cancer is the epitome of ill health; however, diseases such as flu or influenza can further complicate the situation and cause irreversible damage. Thus, it is very important for cancer patients and survivors to understand the complications that can arise if they contract other diseases.  


Kids Eating Habits Facts: Kids Eat What They See
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A digital display to feature daily menu items can encourage kids to eat more fruits and vegetables, according to a new study.   If given the choice between eating a salad loaded with veggies or a burger and fries most kids, and for that matter most adults, would likely pick the less healthful option. But instead of telling kids to eat more fruits and vegetables, Iowa State University researchers found the trick may be to convince them visually.  


Lower Stroke Risk
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 Regular exercise lowers the risk of having a stroke, new research suggests.   A stroke can occur when a blood vessel in the brain gets blocked. As a result, nearby brain cells will die after not getting enough oxygen and other nutrients.   A number of risk factors for stroke have been identified, including smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes and being inactive.  


New 'Milk And Cookie Disease' Plaguing Kids With Health Problems
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Washington, July 15 (ANI): A doctor has said that children's love of milk, macaroni and cheese, and dessert is causing more than just a sugar rush and is actually causing a disease.   Pediatric otolaryngologist Dr. Julie L. Wei, who treats children with diseases of the ear, nose and throat, calls the problem 'Milk and Cookie Disease,' Fox News reported.  


Revolutionary Alzheimer's Drug 'Halts' Memory Loss in Mice
A new class of experimental drugs have shown promise in preventing early memory loss in Alzheimer disease sufferers, a new research has showed.   The small molecules, called MW108, stopped loss of memory and fixed damaged communication among brain cells in a mouse model of Alzheimer.  


Lack of Vitamin D Accelerates Bone-Aging Among Older Adults
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A team of scientists from the US and Germany has found that bone-aging process can be significantly accelerated through deficiency of vitamin D - the sunshine vitamin.   Vitamin D deficiency is a widespread medical condition that has been linked to the health and fracture risk of human bone on the basis of low calcium intake and reduced bone density.  


People Going Deaf by Blaring Music from Headphones
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Hearing loud and blasting music through headphones is causing hearing loss among a wide range of people, a new poll has found.   The survey conducted by New York City Health Department has revealed that nearly one in four young adults -between the ages of 18 and 44, have hearing problems because of heavy headphone use, the New York Post reported.   It was found that they were more than twice as likely to have trouble hearing as those who were not frequent MP3 misic playerslisteners.


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