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EVOO Benefits: 7 Ways Extra Virgin Olive Oil Can Protect Your Health

If you have been perusing wellness sites and stores, you may have come across a product that goes by the name of EVOO. It's not a strange and foreign health product - EVOO is simply the shortened term for extra virgin olive oil. The use of EVOO has expanded dramatically from being used as a tasty […]
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Hazards of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and Safe Alternatives

Soft drinks, juices, and sweetened dairy drinks are popular choices of beverages due to their availability and taste. An estimated 63% of adults in America have at least one of these drinks daily, with the statistics for adolescents closely behind. But while these beverages may be tasty, research suggests a link between them and many […]
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Chemosensory Dysfunction: Coping With Loss of Smell and Taste

William Shakespeare wrote that “…a rose, by any other name, would still smell as sweet.” But in people with chemosensory dysfunction, this rose could smell very different indeed. Food may taste different, and things may no longer smell the same as they did before chemosensory dysfunction appeared. And while losing your sense of smell or […]
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What Tonsil Stones Are and What To Do About Them

You may have never heard of tonsil stones, but this little-known condition is actually more common than you might think. In fact, you might have had it without even realizing it. But even though this condition often goes unnoticed, it still causes some very irritating and embarrassing symptoms such as bad breath and discomfort. Let’s […]
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What to Do If You Suspect You Have a Stomach Ulcer

A stomach ulcer can come with a lot of pain and discomfort. These sores aren’t usually dangerous unless you ignore them, but they can cause a range of painful and distressing symptoms. Fortunately, they are fairly easy to address with conventional therapies. There are also things that you can do at home that will help […]
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Salicylate Sensitivity: How to Tell If You Have It and Steps to Manage It

You may not have heard of salicylate sensitivity, but it affects many people, including those with asthma and autism. Initially, many are unaware that the symptoms they are experiencing are linked to this condition. Most people attribute them to some other food sensitivity. But salicylate exposure can cause an inflammatory reaction and lead to multiple […]
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Exploring the Link Between Allergies and Depression

Too often, we think of the body and the issues we have with it as completely unrelated. As if the different parts of the human body don’t interact and don’t influence each other in any way. But as medical knowledge deepens, this idea is proving to be untrue. Instead, evidence shows the body is deeply […]
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What You Need To Know About Contact Dermatitis

Have you ever had red, itchy skin after using a new lotion or soap? Or did your skin become itchy after touching something? You may have contact dermatitis. Here’s what you need to know about this uncomfortable condition. What Is Contact Dermatitis? Contact dermatitis is a condition whereby the skin becomes irritated after contact with […]
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7 Benefits of Gardening That You Should Know

Gardening is not simply an enjoyable outdoor activity that you do in your spare time. It’s an opportunity to improve your health! The benefits of gardening include a boost in gut health, improving physical strength, mood enhancement, stress alleviation, blood pressure reduction, and bone and memory protection. Benefits of Gardening: Reasons to Start a Garden […]
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A Plant-Based Beverage vs. Cow's Milk: A Beginner's Guide

As more and more people turn towards healthier foods to avoid food sensitivities, feel better, and improve the health of the environment, plant-based beverages are becoming increasingly popular. Here's our guide to finding the best ones for your body and how to use them. What Is a Plant-Based Beverage? A plant-based beverage, often used as […]
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