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Vitamin A

All you want to know about Vitamin A or Retinol

Vitamin A is a potent antioxidant and an important nutrient for overall health with benefits including: Reduction in Inflammation: Vitamin A helps to neutralize pro-inflammatory free radicals that can cause tissue and cellular damage. Good Vision and Eye Health: It is commonly known as "retinol" as it produces the pigments in the retina, the light-sensitive

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healthy women

Women Health And Hormones

According to the 2009 Bio Cycle Study, Funded by the National Institutes of Health,two primary findings of women hormones were yielded: One, that women who experienced untreated hormonal issues( Premenstrual Syndrome and infertility) prior to menopause were more likely to develop diseases of inflammation (diabetes, heart disease, and cancer) later in life. And

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Brest cancer

Say No to Brest Cancer

Although only about seven percent of breast cancer cases occur in women under the age of 40, it’s best to gain awareness of the disease early. The chance of a 20+ woman getting breast cancer is 1 in 2,000.  That risk increases for 30+ women to 1 in 250.  But because of the

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e-cigarette

Glamorized e-cigarette Misconceptions

Sold as “A healthy substitute to cigarettes” and are promoted as an alternative to control or even stop smoking, considered safer than the other nicotine replacement products such as patches. It is a highly addicting and potentially lethal product, widely promoted through social media, email marketing etc. with discount offers. Electronic

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SAY NO TO MULTIVITAMINS

Three studies published on Monday bear the following hand-to-open-mouth news: 1. Multivitamins do nothing to stave off cognitive decline associated with aging. Multivitamins offer no benefit in preventing heart disease, cancer or early death. 3. High doses of multivitamins did not help prevent a second heart attack. Harvard researchers examined a subset of nearly 6,000 male

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myeloma

SMOLDERING MYELOMA

For myeloma, it is important, to begin with, whether the patient is experiencing symptoms. It is common to classify patients with newly diagnosed myeloma as being either Symptomatic from the disease (having symptoms and signs) or Asymptomatic/Smoldering (without any symptoms). Smoldering myeloma is a slow-growing blood cancer that can affect plasma cells, which are the

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Nails

NAILS- A WINDOW TO YOUR HEALTH.

Nails are big business today. But pretty nails don't always mean good health.  Because of their partial transparency, many health conditions are very visible in the nails. Even nail-biting can be an indicator of mental health.  People who are more anxious or obsessive compulsive do tend to bite their nails

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“A grape seed a day keeps the wrinkles away?”

A Grape is a type of liana plant( long-stemmed, woody vine that is rooted in the soil and climbs or twines around other plants).And the grape seed  is actually considered a berry. They come in various shades like red, purple, and green, packed with loads of benefits from heart health

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