Parents and Smartphones

Sometimes I come across a study with results that are so obvious, I wonder why they bothered to spend the money to do it. But in some of those cases, I see why it makes sense. Seeing what we suspected as true confirmed in a scientific setting

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Are you Perimenopausal?

Perimenopause is a new term that has evolved, and it refers to the transitional time of going from regular menstruation to menopause (no periods). During this time, which can last as long as 10 years, the woman fluctuates between getting regular periods, having no periods for months,

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FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH Robert C. Atkins, M.D says “There are a lot of issues that my colleagues in anti-aging medicine disagree on, but there’s one that has a near unanimous agreement: damage from free radicals is at the heart of aging.” WHAT ARE FREE RADICALS? Think of

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Omega 3 Daily for a reason

Omega 3 Daily for a reason WHAT IS OMEGA 3? Omega 3 is the name of a type of fat that is found in oil-rich fish and some plant oils. They are from the family of ‘good’ fats – polyunsaturated fatty acids. Fatty acids are the building

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Non-celiac gluten intolerance

I’ve been writing about non-celiac gluten intolerance for many years. One question that often comes up in these discussions is, “Why is gluten intolerance so much more common now than it was before?” In fact, this observation is also used by naysayers as proof that gluten intolerance

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Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D

WHAT IS VITAMIN D? Vitamin D is actually a prohormone (a substance that is a precursor to a hormone) but everyone refers to it as a fat-soluble vitamin. It is produced in the body when ultraviolet rays from sunlight strike the skin. At least 75 per cent

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