Friday, September 30, 2016

7 Simple Tips to Prevent Dry Eyes

Dry eyes, often related to aging,  are not only irritating, but also affect your vision. These seven tips can help prevent the condition.
Aging affects all parts of our body in one way or another – including our vision and eye health. One common condition many seniors experience is known as dry eye, and it can result from allergies, air pollution, weather conditions, and of course, aging. Most common among women during menopause, dry eye is an irritating condition that can really take a toll on your daily life.

It’s important then that you keep your eyes lubricated to prevent dryness. Here are seven tricks to keep your eyes happy. Read more

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Can Deodorants Cause Cancer?

Can deodorants cause cancer? A study claims that aluminium salts may trigger the development of tumors.
Women who regularly use deodorants containing aluminium salts could be at greater risk of developing breast cancer, a new study has claimed.

Swiss researchers argue long-term exposure to aluminium chloride can trigger the development of tumours which spread to other parts of the body. Read more

Monday, September 26, 2016

10 Simple Apple Cider Vinegar Remedies

Take advantage of apple cider vinegar's many health benefits by using these ten simple apple cider vinegar remedies.
Apple cider vinegar has been widely used for thousands of years. It becomes more and more popular for good reason, this fermented food contains more than 90 different nutrients, some remarkable ones are including: Read more

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

A Teaspoon of Turmeric Daily May Prevent Cancer

Turmeric is being hailed as new superfood that will cure everything from heartburn to food poisoning.
Turmeric was once nothing more than a spice in the cupboard you might add to the occasional curry. Yet it's being hailed as the new superfood that will cure everything from heartburn to food poisoning.

I am not normally won over by such claims about specific foods, but there is something potentially persuasive about this humble spice. Read more

Monday, September 19, 2016

8 Reasons to Drink Ginger Juice in the Morning

Geary Andrew reveals eight reasons that you should drink ginger juice in the morning and includes a recipe.
Ginger is a herb but is often known as a spice, with a strong distinct flavor that can increase the production of saliva. It has been a staple for Chinese medicine for more than 2,500 years. It is packed with essential nutrients and rejuvenating compounds. Ginger juice contains essential oil called gingerols that give ginger its strong zingy aroma and pungent flavour. It has anti-nausea, anti-spasmodic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibacterial and antiviral properties that can do wonders for our health. Read more

Friday, September 16, 2016

Preventing Pneumonia in the Elderly

 Emily Lunardo reveals how Hillary Clinton might have prevented contracting pneumonia.
Pneumonia is a preventable condition, but you need a strong immune system to resist the infection. Pneumonia is inflammation of the lung tissue caused by a virus, bacteria, or fungus. It may be contagious if caused by an infectious microbe. But if it is caused by chemical fumes or other poisons, then it is not contagious. Read more

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Chili Peppers and Ginger Stop Tumors From Growing

Scientists at the American Chemical Society discovered that the compounds capsaicin, from chili peppers, and 6-gingerol from ginger, cut the risk of cancer.
If you’re one to shy away from the vindaloo, classing yourself as more of a korma-kinda kid, it may be time to man up.

New evidence suggests eating chilli and ginger together could help prevent cancer.

Eating chilli, combined with ginger, can protect against cancer, a new study has revealed. Read more

Monday, September 12, 2016

5 Ways to Improve Your Night Vision

Dr. Victor Marchione reveals five ways to improve your night vision.
For many people, especially older people, the beauty of nighttime is getting obscured by a condition called nyctalopia, more commonly referred to as night blindness. Not only can these people not appreciate the beauty of the night, they cannot easily do their regular day-to-day activities like reading, knitting, driving, or even walking at night.

When you go for a regular eye test, your eyesight is checked in good light. In most cases (if not all), the optometrist does not test for night blindness. This is not an ideal practice, considering night blindness can lead to many other health complications. Read more

Thursday, September 8, 2016

How Much Exercise Undoes the Harm From Drinking?

According to a new study, exercise can undo the harm caused by drinking.
A major new study by University College London has shown that regular exercise can reduce the chance of cancer and heart disease in people who drink regularly. Read more

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Fitness Tips for Women With Large Breasts

Jenny Sugar shares some fitness tips for women with large breasts.
A good friend of mine was talking about trying to lose weight, and I suggested we go for a run together. She shook her head and pointed to her chest. "Not with these girls," she said. I realized that many women swear off running and working out because they're well-endowed. Being full on top shouldn't stop you from anything, so here are some tips. Read more

Friday, September 2, 2016

Is Your Toothpaste Laced With Toxins?

 Dr. Joseph Mercola reveals what toxins may be in your toothpaste and why they should be avoided.
Over the course of a lifetime, the average American uses about 20 gallons of toothpaste,1 and even though you don’t swallow it, chemicals in the toothpaste can make their way into your bloodstream, courtesy of the fact that your mouth has an absorption efficiency rate of more than 90 percent.2

With this in mind, it’s well worth considering what you’re brushing your teeth with on a daily basis. Many popular brands contain highly questionable ingredients that are best avoided for long-term health. Read more