Knock 11 Years Off Your Brain Age
Millions of Americans experience accelerated brain aging on a daily basis. Cumulatively these changes give rise to a variety of symptoms including; forgetfulness, decreased ability to maintain focus and decreased problem solving.
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Most Doctors RX Worthless Treatments for Back Pain
Back pain affects at least 80% of us some time in our lives. It is the fifth most common reason for all doctor visits. It is usually recurrent, and subsequent episode tend to increase in severity. Scientists confirm doctors RX wrong treatment most of the time when it comes to back pain.
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Top Ten Foods that Drastically Reduce the Risks of Alzheimer's
Stave-off Grey Hair, Avoid Split Ends and Clear Dandruff
Most people will do anything to avoid a bad hair day. It's estimated the average woman will spend $30,000.00 on hair products in her lifetime. But is it money down the drain? Rather than stockpile conditioner, consider follicle-friendly superfoods.
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Putting Off Big Decisions 'Up Heart Attack Risk'
According to Canadian researchers, people who avoid making big or tricky decisions, beware it could be the death of you. And since heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., knowing more about this topic could save your life.
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What Does the Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy, Sugar Industry, AMA and ADA Have in Common?
It's been said, that the Easter bunny is the bearer of all things sweet, delicious and right with the world. But what does the Tooth Fairy, AMA, ADA and sugar industry have in common?
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Health Alternative of the Week hint;
Health Outrage of the Week hint; BIG Pham and their dispensers
Health Mystery of the Week hint; color matters