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Lycopene is a powerful antioxidant

Lycopene is a super star when it comes to good health and cancer prevention. We find it in the news regularly. So what is it? Read more...

Salt and puffy eyes

You have, no doubt, heard enough about how salt plays villain with our health in multiple ways. Just to recap, the sodium in salt is the real culprit, causing water retention that bloats the kidneys, puts an extra strain on your arteries, and makes you look older than you are. Read more...

Middle-Aged Men Can Cut Cancer Risks Significantly By Doing This One Thing

Research suggests that middle-aged men can not only significantly lower their chances of contracting cancer by adding this one thing to their lifestyle, they can also increase their chances of surviving cancer should they get it. So what lifestyle change is shown to offer lifelong benefits for the middle-aged man? Read more...

Good news for sufferers of breast cancer

Good news for sufferers of breast cancer and anyone looking to prevent the disease. Researchers may add medicinal mushrooms to the list of valuable cancer therapies, particularly when it comes to breast cancer. Read more...

The Surprising Way to Beat Road Rage

Let’s face it: most of us have experienced road rage at some time or another. We can’t help reacting to the driver that recklessly cuts in front of our vehicle, narrowly missing us — or the car we cannot pass that seems to be moving at a snail’s pace. For many people, driving is synonymous with frustration. Read more...

Plant based protein

This grain is especially nutritious, with a cooked cup containing 8 grams of protein. Quinoa is also a fantastic source of magnesium, containing 29 percent of your daily value in a serving. It also contains a healthy amount of iron and fiber. A recent Harvard study showed that eating quinoa each day could be lifesaving. Read more...

What you should know about decaf coffee

Whether you switch to decaf in the afternoon or opt for it all the time, you may be surprised to learn these things about decaf coffee: Read more...

Natural ways to clean your house

Spring has arrived, and it’s time to clean the house! But for the conscientious consumer, household cleaning can be a headache. Mass-market products are often full of harsh chemicals that pose a health risk to children and animals. Plus, they leave your home smelling more like a science lab than a fresh space and may contain animal products. Read more...

Rise in Unhealthy Eating Worldwide: What’s the Risk?

A Rise in Unhealthy Eating Worldwide: What’s the Risk? Read more...

DIY skin cares

Finding the right skin care products for your routine can be difficult, especially if you want to avoid conventional cosmetics, harmful chemicals, or animal testing. But did you know that you can make your own cosmetics and skin care products from all natural and even organic ingredients? Making your own organic beauty products is much easier than you think! With just a few simple ingredients, you can create a daily routine that is free of chemicals and good for you and the planet. Read more...

22 Surprising Uses for Lemons | Care2 Healthy Living

Beauty & Fashion. 7. DIY Deodorant. Commercial deodorants are full of scary, harsh chemicals. But what’s the alternative — becoming a social pariah?! Luckily, that’s where lemon juice comes in. Dabbing a little juice in your armpits works just as well, if not better, than the store-bought stuff. 8. Lighten Nails. As we age, our nails start to yellow. Reverse that by soaking your nails in a cup of water and the juice of 1 lemon. Soak for a few minutes and rinse. 9. Remove Armpit Stains from Clothes. Scrub a mixture of equal parts lemon juice and water onto the stain, then let the shirt air dry. 10. Zap Mildew. Mildew-y clothes aren’t ruined! Form a paste out of lemon juice and salt, apply to the mildew, and let air dry. 11. Sanitize Jewelry.Safety first! You can sanitize metal jewelry in a mixture of equal parts lemon and water. Better skip your fanciest gems and metals here, though. 12. Replace Toxic Bleach. Skip the bleach in your laundry room by adding 1/2 cup lemon juice to the wash instead. Food & Drink. 13. Lower Salt Intake.Your taste buds get a similar sensation from sour flavors as they do salty flavors, which makes lemon juice one of the best salt substitutes out there. Skip the shaker and season your meals with citrus. 14. Prevent Sticky Rice. To get perfect fluffy, stick-free rice, add 1 teaspoon of lemon juice to the pot while the rice is simmering. 15. Preserve Food. A little lemon juice will help keep both guacamole and pesto green, and prevent apples, potatoes, pears and cauliflower from browning. 16. Refresh Sad Lettuce. Placing soggy, wilted lettuce in a bowl of ice water and the juice of one half lemon will bring sad lettuce back from the compost bin. 17. Wash Produce. Nearly all fruits and veggies — even organic — will benefit from a good washing. Go the DIY Read more...

8 ways to prevent headache

Headaches don’t care if you have a huge presentation to give, if you have three kids to chase after or a big date night planned. They’re going to appear at any given moment and most likely at the worst timing. Read more...

Good sleep links to better sex for women

New research has for the first time drawn direct links between sexual arousal and quality sleep patterns in women. When held in comparison to women known not to get enough sleep on a regular and consistent basis, every extra hour of sleep was found to increase the respective woman’s likelihood of having sex by 14%. In addition, sexual desire and general genital response increased in accordance with length and quality of sleep. Read more...

weedkiller Roundup probably causes cancer

(Bloomberg) — Monsanto Co.’s best-selling weedkiller Roundup probably causes cancer, the World Health Organization said in a report that’s at odds with prior findings.
Roundup is the market name for the chemical glyphosate. A report published by the WHO in the journal Lancet Oncology said Friday there is “limited evidence” that the weedkiller can cause non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and lung cancer and “convincing evidence” it can cause cancer in lab animals. The report was posted on the website of the International Agency for Research on Cancer, or IARC, the Lyon, France-based arm of the WHO.
Monsanto, which invented glyphosate in 1974, made its herbicide the world’s most popular with the mid-1990s introduction of crops such as corn and soybeans that are genetically engineered to survive it. The WHO didn’t examine any new data and its findings are inconsistent with assessments from the U.S., European Union and elsewhere, Monsanto said.
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Locals uncork arsenic in wine lawsuit

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Any risks kissing my dog

It seems like everywhere you turn, celebrities can be seen giving their pooches some smooches. Read more...

12 heartiest foods for your heart

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Super food for your bones

When we think of dried plums, or prunes as they are also known, we’re more likely to think of their bowel-regulating abilities than their capacity to build strong bones. But according to research published in the British Journal of Nutrition, we might want to give these sweet and tasty superfoods a second thought for bone health. Read more...

Natural treatments for sinus infection

True misery is the pain and swelling caused by sinus inflammation. The bones around the nose, the eyes and the cheeks are lined with membranes that produce mucus, which function to warm and moisten inhaled air, plus to filter out any germs. When congested and unable to drain properly, the mucus continues to accumulate, stagnate and become infected. There are a number of causes for chronic sinus infections: Read more...

Good for your brains

Conscientious dieters could potentially decrease their risk for developing Alzheimer’s by as much as 53 percent, according to a new study published in Alzheimer’s and Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association – but only if they follow the regimen set forth by the MIND diet: Read more...