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  • Keeping Up With Men’s Birth Control Read more >

    Keeping Up With Men’s Birth Control

    Being diligent at taking a pill at the same time every day can be stressful (and tough). Having an IUD inserted is also not the most pleasant experience. And buying the morning-after pill can be heavy on your wallet. With a super-limited number of male contraceptive methods available, the burden of pregnancy prevention has historically fallen primarily on women.

  • Can ADHD Be Naturally Treated? Read more >

    Can ADHD Be Naturally Treated?

    ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It has no cure currently, but there are natural treatments that people sometimes may want to try to help them cope with the condition.

  • Should You Soak Your Feet In Vinegar? Read more >

    Should You Soak Your Feet In Vinegar?

    Vinegar can protect against bacteria, fungi, and other harmful microbes, so putting it into a foot soak could have potential benefits for the feet. It is simple to make in a 1 part vinegar, 2 part water solution.

  • Magnesium Rich Foods You Should Consume Read more >

    Magnesium Rich Foods You Should Consume

    Magnesium is an important mineral that your body needs in order to function. It produces energy and regulates blood sugar and chemical reactions in the body. Magnesium helps maintain the proper levels of other minerals such as calcium, potassium, and zinc. Your heart, muscles, and kidneys all need magnesium to work properly. The mineral also helps build teeth […]

  • How To Fight Against Heart Disease Read more >

    How To Fight Against Heart Disease

    Many experts have debated the effect of dairy on cardiovascular health. A recent study in Finland has shown that consuming a particular type of dairy, namely fermented dairy, may actually have a protective effect against heart disease.

  • Will Gut Bacteria Help You Age Better? Read more >

    Will Gut Bacteria Help You Age Better?

    An increasing number of recent studies are asking an important question: Do gut bacteria hold the key to healthy aging? New research, recently presented at the London Microbiome Meeting, brings us closer to the answer.

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