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Long Term Exposure To Air Pollution Has Been Linked To Premature Death

If sufficient evidence that pollution causes cancer wasn’t frightening enough, we now have reason to believe that people who are continuously exposed to significant pollution have lower life expectancies. According to Science Daily, an analysis of now-deceased older Americans and their residences shows that living in a heavily polluted area for a number of years […]

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Screens Are Making American Teens Have The Same Activity Level As Senior Citizens

What should be the most active period in a person’s life is now looking more like the beginning of middle age. According to the Washington Post, a new study has determined that the average American’s activity level at age 19 is on par with that of a 60-year-old, and the culprit is likely right in […]

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New Study On T-Cells Accidentally Discovers Possible Cause Of Baldness

A recent study on immune cells has accidentally unveiled a major element that contributes to some conditions that cause hair loss. According to Medical Daily, the original purpose of the study conducted at the University of California at San Francisco was to investigate the relationship between skin health and regulatory T cells, commonly known as […]

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These 5 Questions Will Protect You From Food Fraud

In 2017, being concerned about your health means being extra wary of what you see in the supermarket. Countless studies and investigations have proven that what is labeled as one thing might really be something else when it comes to anything that is mass produced or served at a popular restaurant. But while certain items […]

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Why Big Pharma May Never Be Held Accountable For The Opioid Crisis

Several of the biggest drug companies in the world are currently being sued by a myriad of US states, counties and cities claiming the drug makers fueled the opioid crisis by downplaying the dangers of heavy painkillers during marketing campaigns. Opioids such as OxyContin and Percocet took more than 33,000 American lives in 2015. Many […]

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Is Confusion About What’s Healthy Stopping You From Losing Weight?

Eating healthy and keeping your weight down shouldn’t be difficult but today, both feats seem more confusing and intimidating than ever before. With so much information about different food choices available, it’s impossible to know what kind of diet actually works best for your individual needs. Items that one source told you were healthy will […]

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Conserving Electricity At Work Could Be Doing More Harm Than Good

The benefits of a good night’s sleep are vast to say the least, effecting both long-term health and the ability to power through a work day. If only it wasn’t so difficult to naturally fall asleep early enough to guarantee the recommended amount of rest. A new study appears to shed some light why so […]

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Gluten-Free Substitutes Are Actually Less Healthy Than Real Food

There’s a whole slew of trendy diets making waves across the country but by far the most popular is gluten-free. One in five Americans is currently on a gluten-free diet, which involves steering clear of anything made from wheat and rye. Gluten is a type of protein that is prevalent in items such as pasta, […]

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Radio Interview Reveals Secrets To The Magic Of Hair Essentials

The amount of reasons people lose their hair is far from limited: stress, thyroid problems, weight loss, disease. Each person has his or her own reason, which is why hair loss treatments that work for one person might do absolutely nothing for another. You can just imagine how many people have been waiting for a […]

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Science Says Living In A City Might Increase Risk Of Cancer

It’s only natural to assume that urban areas are not as healthy as rural areas. Residents of urban areas seem more likely to get sick due to the noticeable difference in air quality as well as the fast-paced, congested atmosphere produced by the most populous American cities. And now a new study appears to have […]

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