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Five Steps To Reduce Your Risk Of Developing Dementia

There has been a lot of research into the reasons that cause dementia and with about 10 million new cases diagnosed annually , it affects many people. A ground-breaking report released last month found that living a healthy lifestyle would help you reduce your risk of dementia, even if you have a...
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The Best Way To Give Up Caffeine

Cutting back or eliminating caffeine from your life is easier said than done. In fact, it can be one of the hardest things to ever do in life. So here are some tips for you to consider before kicking caffeine out of your life. First, don't go cold turkey. Your body isn't going to enjoy the drastic...
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Cutting Out One Portion Of Red Meat Can Extend Your Life By Nearly 20 Per Cent

Cutting down on red meat and replacing it with fish or chicken could add years to your life, a major study on more than 81,000 people over 8 years. Swapping just one portion of beef a day for a fillet of fish cuts the risk of dying over the next eight years by 17%! Replacing it with skinless...
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Two Food Mistakes That May Increase Your Risk Of Cancers

It's pretty common knowledge that smoking can cause cancer. It's also know that not exercising and a poor diet can also increase your chances of developing cancer. Now a new report narrows it down even further to two diet mistakes that are most closely linked to cancer. The study, published in the...
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Moving Your Family Meal Times May Reduce Body Fat

Change isn't always a bad thing and when it comes to your family's meal times, changing them just a little may result in a positive effect on reducing body fat. A recent study found that families who delayed their breakfast by 90 minutes and eat dinner 90 minutes earlier, on average, lost more than...
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Cooking Rice This Way Reduces Its Calories By 60%!

Just one cup of cooked white rice contains an average of 200 calories, which is why many people skip the food staple altogether. However scientists have been working on brining the calorie count down and they've seemed to do it without chemicals or genetically modifying it. In fact, it is so simple...
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Coffee Linked To Lower Risk Of Rosacea

Coffee has been linked with combating heart disease, cancer, dementia, diabetes and depression. Now it appears to do wonders to the outside of your body too! Drinking four cups of coffee every day could decrease your risk of rosacea, a new study has revealed. Researchers say that those who drank...
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BPA Free Plastics Are Not Much Better For Our Bodies

Plastics have been in the news lately with a chemical used in its creation called BPA. From plastic bottles to plastic-lined cans to medical devices, BPA is all around our modern world. The problem, with plastics is that over time, certain compounds that make up plastic, such as BPA, can leach out...
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Most Of Us Grossly Underestimate Our Subscription Service Costs

A world of limitless entertainment and convenience has made out lives easier, but this convenience is costly as a new survey finds that 84% of Americans grossly underestimate their monthly subscription-based spending. The survey found we guess that our monthly subscription services, such as Netflix...
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Even Starting An Exercise Routine In Mid Life Can Cut Risks Of Heart Failure By a Third

Proof that it is never too late to exercise for a healthy heart! Just six years of exercise in middle age is enough to slash the risk of heart failure by a third. A study of more than 11,000 adults found that increasing physical activity for as little as six years in your 40s to 60s cuts the risk...
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