How does this one thing do so many different things for different people? Maybe it doesn't. Maybe it does just a few things that happen to do a lot of different things themselves.
We’ve often written about foods with health benefits now backed up by research. Some of those benefits are pretty big and often pretty surprising to most people. Well we have some more good surprises for you! Some of the tastiest foods have now made that list.
You will likely be surprised to learn that research has found a way to boost weight loss without using exercise, supplements, or calorie restriction. You may want to add those helpful weight loss techniques to this new one, but the new, free and easy one, did not require them.
A recent warning from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said 40% of children between 3 and 6 years old are using potentially dangerous amounts of toothpaste. How much toothpaste is too much? And why the concern?
In today’s world, with so much hype and exaggerated claims for just about everything you can think of, we hope you would be skeptical if anyone told you that one particular thing could prevent a major disease. Having said that, research has found a single nutrient appears to make a big dent in your risk of 4 — yes four — major health concerns...
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