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Cereals With Healthy Descriptive Words May be Unhealthy

A walk down the cereal aisle of the grocery store and you'll notice just about every box and bag has buzzwords of "wholesome," or "all natural" in its description. But here's the truth, at least according to a new report in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, are these claims aren't...
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Key Words & Phrases May Indicate Depression

Nearly 19 million Americans have depression and although it is highly treatable only 36% of those suffering receive treatment . Not seeking treatment can have consequences that can be devastating including personal suffering, missed work, broken marriages, health problems and, in the worst cases,...
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Prince Harry Unfollows Prince William On Instagram But Not For The Reason You'd Think

There has been a lot of rumors circulating about a rift between Britain’s Prince William and Prince Harry and their families for some time now and those rumors were amped up this week when The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (William & Kate) unfollowed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (Harry &...
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We Are Sitting More Than Ever And That Is Not Good

Americans sit an average of 10 hours a day pecking at keyboard, binging on Netflix and scrolling through social media feeds. While sitting behind a desk has been a social norm for quite a while, many new technologies have the potential of adding more sitting time then we had a decade ago...
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Potato Chips Aren't All That bad

When it comes to snack foods, potato chips are the healthiest unhealthy snack to eat! In a wasteland of processed junk foods, potato chips stand out as a heroic option, usually featuring only three ingredients: potatoes, vegetable oil, and salt. Not to mention the humble potato packs a wallop of...
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Daily Doses of Aspirin For Healthy Americans Present More Risk Than Benefits

For decades, daily doses of aspirin has been associated with lowering the risks heart attacks, strokes and other heart problems in older people. But that has changed under new guidelines in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. People without heart disease who take a daily aspirin may...
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Waking Up Several Times To Make A Trip To The Bathroom Should Be Addresssed

Drinking a lot of water is good for your body! But what comes in must come out and that usually results in a staggering trip in complete darkness to the bathroom in the middle of the night to complete the circle of water life. But if you are waking up multiple times a night to make that trip to the...
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This Company Handles The Logistical Details Of A Relationship Breakup

With around half of relationship ending with a breakup. That means you may find yourself in the position of finding a new place to live, furnishing for that place and finding someone to walk your dog in the afternoon. Fortunately, the newly single don't have to navigate this process alone thanks to...
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New Study Says Bug Bombs Are Mostly Ineffective And Dangerous To Your Health

Roaches, fleas, silverfish. We work hard to keep these pests out of our homes. For generations the mother of all pest defense has been the bug bomb. A new report out is warning residents to banish the bug bomb as they are not only ineffective but are dangerous to you and your family's health! The...
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Is Black Pepper A Health Food?

There's a lot of talk of cutting down the salt from your diet. But while whole books have been written about sodium consumption and human health, black pepper and its compounds have garnered little attention from experts. Come to find out there are plenty of health benefits of pepper! It is thought...
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