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Ways to prevent Type-2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is a form of diabetes in which a person’s body stops producing insulin as required. Type 2 diabetes keeps your body insulin resistant. People with an age range of 30-50 years are most likely to have this kind of diabetes. Earlier it was used to be called adult onset diabetes but increasing cases in kids and teenagers …

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Are You Seeing the Right Doctor

Having a good relationship with a doctor you trust is critical to overall mental and physical wellness. There are many ways to know if you’re seeing the right doctor that extend well beyond whether your doctor has expertise in the specialty area you need. For ways to find out if you’re seeing the right doctor, read on. Is your doctor …

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Discover New Yoga Items Delivered to Your Door

Yoga is more than an exercise: it is a lifestyle and a way of living that aims to inspire health and mindfulness for those who practice. Through the purchase of a yoga-box you can discover the joy of receiving discounted, high-quality items monthly that can help you successfully develop and maintain a daily yoga routine. Perks—It Is Easy The best …

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9 Simple Tricks to Help Your Hair Grow Longer and Look More Healthy

Nobody enjoys the sight of all that hair you find on the pillow after waking up in the morning. Or a brush tangled with hair that falls out every time you use it. Unfortunately, brittle, weak, and thin hair with little or no volume is many people’s reality. The causes of these problems are numerous and range from one’s genetics …

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Panchakarma – Restore and Heal

Human beings are probably the only species on this planet to go through a lot of stress and sadness every day, in some form or the other. Ayurveda and its practices are still relevant today, as its basis of harmonizing with the body and mind and maintaining balance, food habits, breathing, etc. all are still highly effective to relieve stress. …

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5 Health Tips and Habits for the New Year

You know the drill—the New Year means everyone and their mother is suddenly focused on their health. Weight loss ads and exercise promos get old fast, but there is some validity to using the New Year as inspiration to develop healthy habits. We’re here to help you cut through the New Year’s noise and teach you habits you can stick …

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What does Ayurveda suggest for acidity problems?

Acidity has become a common problem these days due to hectic lifestyle, stress, unhealthy food habits and various other reasons. But frequent episodes are alarming signs and require proper medical advice. One should understand the process of digestion to prevent the symptoms related to gastrointestinal disorders that may develop at a later stage. The food we consume through our mouth …

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Myrbetriq against OBA

Undoubtedly, life is beautiful, and every moment of it is a celebration of being alive and healthy. But, happiness, victory, sorrow, and defeat are the two undeniable sides of this coin. Despite adopting a healthy lifestyle that involves a nutritional, balanced diet and regular physical exercise, the human body tends to weaken and deteriorate over time. The various complex systems …

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What Body Parts Your Workout Isn’t Targeting

While targeting certain muscles in your workouts can be a great way to increase tone in one area, focusing on just a few body parts will naturally prevent you from achieving a balanced level of muscle and tone throughout your entire body. Not to mention, putting too much stress on just one part of your body can lead to injury. …

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Nine Widely Told Lies About Aids That People Still Believe

The world hasn’t recovered from the shock we received from coronavirus last year. Scientists are still revealing fresh pieces of information regarding this disease from time to time. But people seem to have forgotten about specific syndromes that persist and contribute to thousands of deaths every year. AIDS or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome doesn’t have any cure right now. But it …