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Multivitamins had a positive effect in slowing cognitive decline, a recent long-term wide-scale study found.
Do Multivitamins Slow Cognitive Decline?
Subjective cognitive decline (SCD), which is self-reported worsening or more frequent confusion or memory...
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Reflexology – An Ancient Approach to Wellness, Starting With the Feet!
Do you sometimes find yourself rubbing your sore feet? Hey, guess what — you’re onto something! Reflexology...
6 Simple Habits for Greater Happiness and Productivity
While we would all like to lead a fulfilling and enjoyable life, oftentimes the two goals seem incompatible...
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Overcoming Artist’s Block Part II – Ensure Your Physical Well-Being
Artist’s block may seem like a mere state of mind. Since creativity is intangible, it's easy to assume...
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Back-to-School Learning Tips
For many of us, September means back-to-school; and with that comes added stress and anxiety. Managing...
Cell phone addiction leads to depression, poor sleep, and becoming a cyberbully, research has discovered
Mobile Phone Addiction Linked to Depression, Cyberbullying, and Poor Sleep
Addiction to mobile phones is thought to be at an all-time high, according to multiple studies and surveys...
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Healing Herbs and Spices of India, Part I: Coriander and Cilantro
Indian herbs hold an important place in medical history due to their numerous health benefits. Coriander...
Tea has been shown to positively associate with reduced cancer risk and alcohol consumption with increased cancer risk, a new study shows.
Years of Research Reveals the Effects of Alcohol and Tea on Long-Term Health
According to a 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 54.9 percent of people aged 18 and...
Consumers of ultra-processed foods have a significantly higher risk of cancer, new research reveals.
Ultra-processed Foods Associated With Cancer, Early Death
High consumption of ultra-processed foods increases the risk of colorectal cancer in men and heart disease...