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12/30/2017 / By Tracey Watson

If you received a FitBit as a Christmas gift, and you’re super excited because you believe it’s going to help


12/30/2017 / By Zoey Sky

Even though most desk jobs are low-impact, they are often linked to very serious health concerns. Various experts say that individuals


12/26/2017 / By Ralph Flores

Looking for signs of heart and lung disease in the future could just be as easy as checking your breath,


12/25/2017 / By Ralph Flores

Brushing your teeth will never be the same again after this: keeping gum disease (periodontitis) at bay can help you


12/25/2017 / By Rita Winters

Air pollution is killing the planet, as well as its inhabitants. In addition to harmful substances in the air, people’s


12/23/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Experiencing stress early in life may affect the kidneys’ immune response and increase the risk of heart disease later in


12/20/2017 / By Zoey Sky

A group of scientists from the University of Cambridge and Karolinska Institute in Sweden has revealed that our skin plays an important role when


12/18/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

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