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Breast Cancer Bacteria Imbalance Link Found
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BREAST CANCER BACTERIA IMBALANCE LINK FOUND
Researchers in the United States have uncovered differences in the bacterial composition of breast tissue of healthy women versus those with breast cancer.
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8 Reasons to Say YES to That Glass of Wine
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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...
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Jumpstart Your Workout With Swearing?
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JUMPSTART YOUR WORKOUT WITH SWEARING?
Your dirty mouth could just be the ticket to a hard body in no time! Ok, let’s not exaggerate here; truth be told, new research reveals that muscle strength and stamina can be boosted during your workout by swearing with all of your might!
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Could Your Bad Mood Be Something More Serious?
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COULD YOUR BAD MOOD BE SOMETHING MORE SERIOUS?
Having a bad day is one thing… but feeling on a downer day in and day out is more likely to be an issue you need to deal with. Is it possible you are chronically depressed?
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Prevage City Smart
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PREVAGE CITY SMART
Every day in cities all over the world, the environment is visibly aging your skin; in fact, 80% of all signs of skin aging are due to environmental aggressors such as UV rays, pollution and smoke. Recognizing the global epidemic of pollution, Elizabeth Arden, the leading authority in high-tech environmental anti-aging solutions, introduces a first-of-its-kind invisible...
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How Does Your Sleep Affect Your Diet?
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HOW DOES YOUR SLEEP AFFECT YOUR DIET?
Scientists believe that getting enough sleep is a critical aspect of weight management; that is why recent recommendations mention adequate diet, exercise, water, and sleep.
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