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“When grace is joined with wrinkles, it is adorable,” wrote Victor Hugo. Wrinkles cannot be stopped nor totally prevented because it is as inevitable as us and our bodies growing old. Nevertheless, nobody welcomes aging, much more so, premature aging. Let the players in the multi-billion dollar beauty and personal care industry keep pitching and outshining each other in their ads and marketing tactics. At this point, we, consumers, are interested, more than ever, to have another look at natural products and home remedies to rescue our skin from wrinkles.
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Water is as essential for human existence as oxygen is. In fact, it is impossible to imagine survival without water. You need it for every daily activity as well as maintaining good health. At the same time, it is important to realize that drinking water has to be pure and clean to be fit for human consumption. It is most likely to make you sick if infected with contaminants. There are several water-borne diseases which can be caused by the presence of harmful microorganisms in drinking water. While some of them are not serious, others can be life-threatening. However, most of these diseases are preventable and drinking clean water is the best precautionary measure you can take. Drinking boiled or bottled water is a good idea. But if you are looking for a convenient and sure way to get clean drinking water every day, the utility of a kitchen filter is unmatched.
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According to American College of Sports Medicine, resistance training is an essential element of a well-rounded workout routine. Some benefits include: prevent osteoporosis, decrease the risk of heart disease, reduce blood pressure, improve cholesterol and help to control weight.
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When it comes to exercising with a disability, what is more important, endurance or strength training? The short answer is: both. Strengthening refers to increasing muscular power and mass, which also improves the body’s metabolism. We need strength to perform our daily activities.
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Being the victim of an accident from a medical condition that may lead to the full paralysis is often a life-changing event. According to a 2009 study, there may be over five million U.S. residents who are living with some form of paralysis. While treatment options for patients who have a loss of sensation or movement are subject to limitations of current technology, recent and future medical innovations, promise a broad range of new treatments that may be just over the horizon.
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Syphilis is a troublesome sexually transmitted disease, which can cause long-term troubles if not addressed properly. The symptoms are usually found in adults, and these are categorized into various stages such as: Primary, Secondary and Latent. Further, we will discuss a few essentials you need to know with suspected or diagnosed syphilis.
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For many, when everything else fails, they turn to home remedies. Trouble sets in when they don’t really know what they’re doing simply because they haven’t tried herbs or extracts before. That’s when most mistakes in taking garden and kitchen ingredients. Sometimes, the processes and results are absurd. At times, the results aggravate the situation, risky and life-threatening.
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There are approximately 3 million people with Glaucoma in the US. What is surprising is that many people may not be aware that they have glaucoma. The individuals in the US wth glaucoma ranges from various age groups to specific populations. People with Glaucoma may not know what the symptoms are and if it is hereditary. The individuals with Glaucoma who are not typically who you think.
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A large percentage of adults have some form of gum disease and many of those who have it, don’t even know. There are two types of gum disease, gingivitis, and periodontitis. The most commonly thought of form of gum disease is periodontitis because it can cause severe tooth decay and the loss of teeth. When gum disease is in the early stages, it is known as gingivitis, which makes your gums look inflamed and lighter pink than usual. At this juncture, it is very treatable, but when gum disease progresses, it turns into periodontal disease, which can cause severe tooth decay and possible loss of teeth. When it advances to this stage, bad things can happen to a person’s teeth and their health. Read the information below to learn about the adverse effects of gum disease and why it’s a severe health concern.