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Lack of Sleep, Brain and Tech Gadgets

So the CDC says that 1 in 3 or 35% of adults in America aren’t regularly getting the recommended 7 hrs of sleep. I can personally believe that because I’m one of the three. There is a high chance that if you’re reading this, you’re one of three as well. According To the Experts Getting the right amount of sleep …

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Physical Exercise For Mental Health

Why should you exercise? There are many reasons for exercising, and one of them is to stay fit and healthy. Furthermore, exercising also helps to promote your mental health. There are specifically some workouts that have a direct impact on your mental health. Without wasting any time, let us look at the common workouts that promote your mental soundness, shall …

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Can Alzheimer’s disease Be Prevented?

Whenever we talk about memory, people think about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Here are some facts from the relevant research: Science has shown that dementia, or even Alzheimer’s disease, does not always mean that memory loss is imminent. The research indicates that in some cases, these conditions can be improved. Experts agree that memory problems are not always related to …

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Protecting Yourself in the World of Health Care

Caring for your health is important. As you make your way through life, you’ll experience triumphs and defeats, build a career, and develop meaningful relationships with friends, family members, and romantic partners. Throughout it all, you’ll rely on your good health to allow you to enjoy life to the fullest. But caring for your health can be a difficult thing …

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Avoiding Harming the Environment with Electronic Waste

If one of your personal values is to minimize harm to the environment, it’s very important to understand the unique hazards of electronic waste. While not harming the environment may not necessarily be high on your list of concerns, perhaps it should be. It’s not only a matter for future generations, but it can cause short-term harm to your health …

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7 Aspects of Your Life You’ll Have to Pay Attention to

We all have our own battles to fight. Difficulties and hardships may differ from one another, but we are all facing them. Even our way of developing our life is also different from the person standing next to us. With that in mind, we listed these 7 aspects of your life that you should consider improving to discover your full …

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Cancer is a Word, Not a Sentence

”The wound is the place where the Light enters you.” −Jalaluddin Rumi Cancer runs in Linda’s family (not her real name) and she tested positive for the BRCA (BReast CAncer) 2 gene, indicating that she is at higher risk for cancer than the general population. Moreover, she has already had cancer twice. Understandably, she is troubled, and has written asking …

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10 Things to Know About An At Home STD Test

Whether you can’t make time to visit your doctor or you’re too scared to take an STD test at the hospital; worry no more! You can now test for sexually transmitted diseases from the comfort of your home. The technology makes it very convenient and safe for you to test for multiple STDs without having to book an appointment or …

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4 Best Tips for Sports Parents

1. Your child might have another agenda than you Mental TIP: Ask your child why they participate in their sport, and ask what the child feels he/she gains from it. Ask what is the best, most fun and exciting part of their sport. Take note of these answers and use these next time you give your child feedback on their …

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Tips on Finding Your Dentist

If you are in the market for a new dentist, it can seem a little bit overwhelming to choose a new dentist. This is especially true if going to the dentist is not your favorite activity. If you are looking for a new dentist, you may be moving to a new city or you may be just simply unhappy with …