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Dirty Money

A new test conducted by the Washington Toxics Coalition and Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families has revealed that the plastics chemical bisphenol-A (BPA) is most likely lurking in your wallet. According to the findings, nearly every dollar bill tested in the multi-state analysis revealed BPA contamination, likely from BPA-laden receipts that rub off onto the cash. … Read More

An apple a day keeps the doctor away!

Why should we eat at least an apple a day? Not only because it is so refreshing and delicious, but also because it is laden with vitamins and nutrients that preserve our health and help our body fight and prevent multiple disorders and diseases. There are people that give away the skin of the apple, … Read More

Men and botox

In an age of tucked eyebrows and perfect smiles, the face in the mirror may not belong to the fairer sex. Gender equality has got the metrosexual man doing something about his crows feet, sagging chest and tummy line. And as experts inform, with the wedding season on, grooms are queuing up for ‘TLC’ as … Read More

Being good is great

The biblical aphorism that it is better to give than to receive seems particularly apt this time of year, though the truest gift of all – the gift of one’s self – is all the more challenging as the holiday season places more demands on our time. But it is worth considering volunteerism in a … Read More

Snoring is more than just annoying!

If you snore, have trouble falling asleep, or tend to wake up groggy and tired, a new study suggests that your health may be at risk. Published on December 1 in the journal Sleep, researchers discovered a connection between snoring and restless sleep to higher risks of metabolic syndrome, which is a group of risk … Read More

You need vitamin D!

New evidence shows that people with higher levels of vitamin D experienced a decreased risk of type 2 diabetes. Researchers at the US Department of Agriculture Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University just released its study linking low levels of vitamin D to diabetes in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The … Read More

Sleep and your health!

One of the leading health problems today is sleep deprivation effects. On average, we sleep 2 hours less than 100 years ago, and we are just not designed to function like that. In our over stimulated and time poor world, we tend to cut out sleep time to carry out other tasks. Inadequate sleep can … Read More