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    5 Surprising Health Benefits of Orgasm

    According to research, women are capable of having at least eleven different kinds of orgasms, a fact that might make men a little jealous. Aside from being pleasurable and life affirming, orgasms also provide some significant health benefits. Here are five benefits that may surprise you. 1. They help curb appetite. Orgasms stimulate the release […]

  • How to Get Rid of Ingrown Toenails Read more >

    How to Get Rid of Ingrown Toenails

    Ingrown toenails, in which the nail grows into the surrounding skin, are quite common and can be very painful. The medical name for the condition is onychocryptosis, and left uncontrolled, it sometimes requires surgical intervention. Don’t wait for ingrown toenails to resolve on their own; there are a number of things you can try in […]

  • Best Foods for Healthy Sleep Read more >

    Best Foods for Healthy Sleep

    We are a nation of sleep-deprived people. Americans work more, relax less and sleep less than most other people throughout the world. Surveys published by the National Sleep Foundation reveal that at least 40 million Americans suffer from more than 70 different sleep disorders. Sixty percent of adults say they have sleep problems a few […]

  • What Identical Twins Can Teach Us About Brain Health Read more >

    What Identical Twins Can Teach Us About Brain Health

    Most of us know exercise is good for our bodies and stimulates our brains. Still, we find it difficult to get up off the coach, strap on our running shoes, and get moving. A recent study involving identical twins may provide a little extra incentive. Researchers find it difficult to study the absolute effects of […]

  • How to Make Great Juice in Your Blender Read more >

    How to Make Great Juice in Your Blender

    If you want to make healthy juice at home, you may think you have to invest in an expensive juicer. Not true, says raw food expert Mimi Kirk. She says you can make even better juice using the blender you probably already have in your kitchen. The 77-year-old Kirk has just completed her third raw […]

  • The End of Diet Soda? Read more >

    The End of Diet Soda?

    When Americans began to understand the dangers of unlimited sugar consumption, many people turned away from sugared soft drinks to diet soda. Now research has demonstrated that aspartame, the primary sweetener used in diet soda, is one of the most dangerous food additives currently in use. It is known to cause seizures and many other […]

  • 12 Ways to Calm an Overactive Mind Read more >

    12 Ways to Calm an Overactive Mind

    Do you feel as though your mind never stops churning? Is it hard to focus on your work, or projects, or just be quietly present in your relationships? Do you have trouble falling asleep at night, because you cannot quiet your thoughts? You may have an overactive mind, and it can be exhausting. Here are […]

  • Top 10 Reasons to Eat Sprouts Read more >

    Top 10 Reasons to Eat Sprouts

    Americans are increasingly interested in healthy food that is locally grown. Sprouts are the ultimate healthy, homegrown plants, rich in nutritional and environmental benefits. Here are the top 10 reasons to make sprouts part of your healthy diet. 1. Sprouts have up to 100 times more enzymes than other raw vegetables and fruits. Enzymes are […]

  • What is Laughter Yoga? Read more >

    What is Laughter Yoga?

    There is a new kind of yoga, and it is gaining an enthusiastic following. Laughter yoga was developed by Dr. Madan Kataria, who knew both yoga and laughter offer significant health benefits. In fact, studies show laughter can relieve pain, increase happiness and strengthen the immune system. Laughter yoga clubs now exist all over the […]

  • Are Your Kids Getting the Vitamins They Need? Read more >

    Are Your Kids Getting the Vitamins They Need?

    In order to grow into healthy, strong adults, children require vitamins. Vitamins can be defined as organic substances essential to the normal functioning of the cells of the body. They are only needed in trace amounts, but they direct the growth and development of bones and tissues.

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