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What Your Overactive, Rumbling Tummy Might be Trying to Tell You

We’ve all been there before, sitting in a quiet room, minding our own business, when a loud, grumbling noise echoes from our stomach. While it might be a little embarrassing, isn’t a rumbling tummy normal? Or is it a sign of something wrong? Most people believe that an overactive, grumbling stomach is just a sign […]

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Which of These 6 Lifestyle Diets is Right for You?

In a world where people are increasingly concerned about what they put into their bodies and the health risks and benefits their foods provide, new types of diets appear every day. Diets sometimes get a bad rap, particularly when they are associated with starvation or severe weight loss. Really, dieting is merely eating and drinking […]

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Get to Know the 4 Types of Hair and How to Care for Them

Each of us has hair that is unique—from stick-straight to extremely tight curls, the mixture of patterns and textures growing out of our heads is different for every person. But, no matter how unique our hair may be, all hair types fall into a classification system that helps us identify it. You might be wondering, […]

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Nutritional Deficiencies Could be at the Root of Your Brain Fog

Almost everyone has had a day where their brain just wouldn’t work correctly. You were probably forgetful, had a hard time focusing and were possibly even confused about the day, where you were or what you were doing. Perhaps you feel like this regularly, or the feelings only come about every once in a while. […]

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Intermittent Fasting: The Fad Diet with Some Surprising Long-Term Benefits

Fasting has been a part of society since the beginning, with our ancestors partaking in fasting rituals for religious, political and social purposes. Some cultures today still fast regularly and now, intermittent fasting has become a popular dietary trend around the globe. Fasting may sound a lot like starvation for days on end, but that […]

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What are Split Ends and Why are They Such a Big Deal?

Whether you visit a hair stylist regularly or take care of your hair at home, you’ve probably heard about the dangers of split ends. Split ends are nuisances at best and the cause of major hair damage at worst. But what exactly does it mean to have a “split end”? And how do you get […]

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Early Bird vs. Night Owl: Does Your Schedule Affect Your Health and Wellbeing?

Some of us are early birds—we wake up bright and early and like to get a jump-start on our day, but retire to bed much earlier than midnight. Others are night owls—staying up long after the sun has set and sleeping in the next day. You probably know where you fall on the early bird […]

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Fight Back Against Seasonal Allergies with These 5 Tips for Natural Relief

With spring in full swing, many people are spending lots of time outdoors to enjoy the weather. For another group of people, though, hanging out outside is less than ideal due to the endless stream of sneezes, stuffy noses, watery eyes and other seasonal allergy symptoms. Being allergic to pollens and grasses can be extremely […]

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What Should You Avoid When Shopping For Cosmetic Products?

The last 10 years has seen the market value of natural cosmetic products rise by 114% due to a growing acceptance of non-synthetic alternatives. Although the natural products might be a little bit more expensive than their synthetic counterparts, they present consumers with a reduced risk of negative health conditions. Unfortunately, some of the synthetic cosmetic product […]

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How Much Water Should You be Drinking Daily and Why?

Your body is made of about 60 percent water. That good old H2O allows your body to perform all of its necessary functions, keeps your organs healthy, your skin clear and prevents waste from building up inside you. Water doesn’t just circulate within you though—you lose water every time you breathe, sweat or use the […]

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