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Health, Lifestyle

Vaping Etiquette – the Dos and Don’ts of Vaping

Congratulations, you’ve decided to give up smoking in exchange for a less harmful habit! But transitioning from the world of smoking into the world of vaping can be daunting. Sure, you’re familiar with the dos and don’ts of smoking, people have smoked for hundreds of years! Vaping on the other hand is very new in comparison. So if you’re feeling…

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How is EMF Bad for You and Your Family’s Health?

Dr. Libby Darnell blames high exposure to EMF (electromagnetic fields and frequencies) at home and at school for the cancer that killed her 7-year-old niece. When we talk about EMF exposure and health risks we are talking about electric and magnetic fields that emanate from our electrical equipment. There are various man-made electromagnetic fields (EMFs) some of which are invisible…

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Fitness, Health

6 Ways to Boost Energy Without Caffeine

Tea and coffee are naturally healthy beverages. Research has also shown that when consumed in the proper amount, these beverages can boost your metabolism, mental performance, and boost your mood. These benefits are the reason some people can’t help but reach for their fifth or sixth cup of coffee for the day. However, there is a downside to consuming high…

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How You Can Choose the Best Aesthetic or Cosmetic Treatment Centre for Your Needs

There may be a plentiful selection of treatment centres and clinics in your area, all purporting to provide the best cosmetic and aesthetic treatments you can find. But how sure are you that they are the best and can give you the treatment you deserve? If you’re thinking about having a facial, an anti-wrinkle injection procedure, a dermal filler treatment,…

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What You Need to Know About Dietary Supplements

Some components of dietary supplements including vitamins, minerals, herbs and other botanicals may have negative consequences when they are combined with medicines, other dietary supplements, foods or alcohol. Vitamin E supplements can, for example, increase the risk of bleeding and blood thinning, medications such as calcium supplements can reduce the effectiveness of antibiotics and lower absorption of iron from food…

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