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5 Things to Know About GMOs

Here is what you need to know about GMOs.

Bill Gates recently made headlines once again for his stance on genetically modified organisms, known as GMOs. In recent years, Gates has been known to promote GMOs as "perfectly healthy" and as a viable way of putting an end to world hunger, Business Insider reported. What's more is that he has made it clear that he is discouraged with those fighting ...

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The Benefits of Cardiovascular Exercise

Cardiovascular exercise, or the physical activity that raises your heart rate, is particularly beneficial for heart health.

The heart is the epicenter of you cardiovascular system, which controls just about every part of your body. Without prioritizing cardiovascular health, you're more at risk for various chronic diseases and conditions that can debilitate you in life. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 610,000 people in the U.S. lose their battle with heart disease every ...

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Aging and Cancer Risk: What’s The Connection?

Discover the connection between cancer risk and aging.

The common risk factor of nearly all disease and cancer is age. Unfortunately, our strong, disease-fighting bodies from early adulthood aren't quite as resilient by the time we reach our 60s and 70s. Though cancer does not discriminate – and impacts people of all ages – 25 percent of new cancer diagnoses are in people between the ages of 65 ...

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3 Foundational Practices to Prevent Cancer

Foundational Practices to Prevent Cancer

Cancer rates are increasing, despite the research and medical treatments that have been discovered. Everyone knows someone who has been affected by cancer, and it can be scary to consider the idea of a close family member or friend receiving a cancer diagnosis. Even though cancer is so prevalent in our society, it doesn’t mean that you don’t have any ...

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How to Reduce Your Risk of Kidney Stones

Learn how to reduce your risk of kidney stones.

Anyone who has experienced kidney stones can tell you how uncomfortable they are. Unfortunately, it's quite common for both men and women between the ages of 30 and 60 to develop kidney stones, according to the NHS. The primary job of these organs is to take away waste from the blood and ensure that the blood coming back into the ...

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Preventing Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Here's what to know about age-related macular degeneration.

There are many things that happen to the body with age. We were not meant to live forever and aging is just another part of God's beautiful plan. As we get older, it is common for things like vision to fade. However, there are also a number of eye-related diseases to be aware of, one of which is age-related macular ...

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The Ultimate Anti-Cancer Diet

Let’s take a closer look at what you should avoid, plus what you should consume more of, A.K.A. the anti-cancer diet.

For decades, people have tried to convince themselves that cancer has no cause, that it happens so abruptly and likely can't be completely reversed after a diagnosis. Unfortunately, these individuals have fallen victim to the so-called health experts of the world who believe chemotherapy and other similar treatments are the only options to fight back against cancer. While these doctors and ...

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The Power of Blueberries in Cervical Cancer Radiation Therapy

Discover the power of these bright and tiny berries.

For women with cervical cancer, doctors often advise surgery or radiation. Chemotherapy can also be prescribed for this type of cancer but unfortunately, these forms of treatment do not come without side effects and risks. While radiation can be effect in killing off cancer cells, it often harms good, healthy cells that the body needs in the process. This is ...

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Kissing Flu Season Goodbye

If you want to ensure your safety and say goodbye to flu season without a worry in the world of catching a cold or developing an illness, keep these last-minute tips in mind.

Seasonal influenza can be detected at any point of the year in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but it generally lasts from October through May. Thankfully, peak flu months generally only last between December and February, which means we only have a few weeks left to worry about the insurmountable spread of germs. Soon, ...

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Reducing Your Cancer Risk with Healthy Food Choices

Your choice of dietary habits has majority influence over the wellness of your immune system, ultimately heightening or reducing your chances of developing certain cancer.

Cancer may be unpredictable, but there are plenty of ways to reduce your risk before the debilitating condition wreaks havoc on your body and changes your life forever. Improved lifestyle factors, such as exercising, avoiding tobacco and limiting alcohol consumption, have a large impact on your cancer risk. Most importantly, your choice of dietary habits has a major influence on the ...

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