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8 REASONS TO SAY YES TO THAT GLASS OF WINE
Over the years, a lot of research has been conducted on wine to analyze its benefits. Most of the benefits of red wine are due to its resveratrol content, an ingredient found in the skin and seeds of grapes that protects the plant against bacteria, fungi, and UV radiation. Red wine is a richer source of resveratrol than white because it is fermented with the skins and do...
SIZZLING NEWS FOR THOSE WHO LOVE SPICY STUFF!
If it has been a while since you broke into a sweat, were breathless for a moment or two, had a burning sensation run through you, felt light-headed, a little weak, and sensed your adrenaline levels are reaching new heights, then you really should head back to the kitchen to get a little hot and spicy!
7 CHOLESTEROL MYTHS YOU NEED TO KNOW
There are a ton of health myths out there, especially when it comes to issues like cholesterol. We present to you 7 common cholesterol myths so you can go upon your way with clear knowledge.
5 FOODS TO EAT FOR YOUNGER LOOKING SKIN
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the youngest of them all? To escape the sad truth, you don’t need to re-consider your creams, toss away your concealer, or do a complete makeover. Instead, you have two options to find your way out: either trade your mirror for a less honest one... or read along as we uncover the X-factor to drop a decade in no time!
THE HEART FAILURE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN IN LEBANON
Marking the international Heart Failure awareness month, Novartis Pharma Services and the Lebanese Society of Cardiology (LSC) launched the heart failure awareness campaign to increase understanding of the disease while emphasizing on the importance of accurate diagnosis to receive the optimal treatment. The campaign entitled “No matter how strong your heart is, its musc...
BURDEN OF DIABETES GROWS IN LEBANON
The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) has announced new figures showing that the number of people living with diabetes in Lebanon is 12.2% of adults between 20 and 79 years old, translating into 464,200 individuals in this age bracket. It is thought that up to 41.17% of them remain undiagnosed and are therefore untreated, which can potentially cause complications s...