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Red grape juice or red wine helps in lowering blood pressure as well as burning fats.
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Supermarkets are urged to keep daffodils away from vegetables to avoid poisoning.
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Ladies, if you love to drink coffee, then here’s another reason to love it more. According to a new study, drinking 4 cups a day can reduce the risk of endometrial cancer up to 18%.
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Are you itching to enjoy a glass of red wine but need more reason why? Then this study may be what you’ve been waiting for.
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A large study found that healthy eating was associated with a one-third lower risk of developing COPD when compared to eating a lot of red meat, refined grains, and alcohol.
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Packaged meals and snacks marketed for toddlers have too much salt and sugar. Vegetables, fruits, and dry cereals for toddlers are better choices.
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Starbucks, the ever reliable coffee shop chain popular worldwide, has confirmed that it will be offering a new milk variety in all its stores come February 17, 2015.
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Rice has low levels of arsenic that causes no health alarm for short term effects. However, FDA looks into its long-term effects on health.
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Americans fear that things like food additives and stress can cause cancer, but they don’t know about steps they can take to lower their cancer risk.
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The New York State attorney general’s office is demanding that GNC, Walmart, Walgreens, and arget stop selling their store brands of several popular herbal supplements. The supplements were tested and found to contain little or none of the herbs on the label…
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Healthy diet can lead to a sound mind.
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Diabetes is a growing epidemic, and you can be part of the statistic. A good way to reduce the risk is to avoid what many experts believe to be the cause.
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