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Things to Know About Irritable Bowl Syndrome (IBS)

IBS is a common disorder that mainly affects your large intestine (colon.) The health issues that many people suffer from IBS disorder are abdominal pain, cramps, diarrhea, bloating, and constipation etc. It’s a chronic condition that is managed for a long period of time.

 

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Tips To Have A Healthy Heart

Eating certain foods can increase risk of heart attacks, diabetes and strokes. So it’s better to change your eating habits before it is too late. Consume a heart healthy diet to get various benefits including – better sugar levels, cholesterol, weight and blood pressure. Keep reading to find out which foods to eat, and which to limit.

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Tips For Getting To A Healthy Weight

Do you know that approx. two-third of American adults are obese or overweight? Losing or maintaining a stable weight can be quite daunting for many people but by adopting healthier eating and exercise habits, you can achieve a healthy weight.

 

 

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Calcium and Vitamin D

Calcium is one of the most essential nutrients required by the body for strong and healthy bones. Moreover, your body needs calcium for the proper functioning of heart, nerves, and muscles.

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How To Stay Safe In The Sun

 

Nothing can beat playing outside with friends and family on lazy weekends in the summer! Although, sun light is good for you, too much exposure can result in tanning, skin burn, aging and even cancer. So, protect yourself from harmful ultra violet rays emitted by the sun. Here are some tips to stay safe in the sun.

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Ebola – What Is It?

Ebola is a fatal condition in humans and nonhuman primates. It’s a hemorrhagic fever, caused due to virus of the Filoviridae family.

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8 Super Foods For Women

Eating healthy food is very important for everyone. But there are some foods that are very good, especially for issues that affect women, such as pregnancy, brittle bones, breast cancer, and more.

 

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Drugs Identified To Fight Zika Virus

Researchers have identified these three potential Zika treatments in the laboratory by screening 6,000 different compounds that included already-approved drugs and clinical trial drug candidates.

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