The Water Bottle That Has Something No Other Bottles Have

Aug 20 2017

Have you ever been working out, reached for your water bottle to quench your thirst only to get a partial mouthful of air and stale tap water? Whether you’re always on the go or working out, it’s important to stay well hydrated throughout the day. The body is about 60% water, which means we’re always […]

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Color Blind Suffers Experience Sunglasses Relief

May 03 2014

Color blindness is considered a medical color deficiency. People that suffer from this disability see colors differently, albeit it in a decreased or altered perception. Color blindness is very popular and affects a significant number of the world’s population. Color blindness is not indicative of the medical definition of blindness and simply means that one […]

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Gluten-free menu items: Fad or Here to Stay?

Mar 16 2014

Last August 5, 2013, the FDA released the latest definition of “gluten-free” food, which requires voluntarily-labelled gluten-free food items to have no more than 20 parts per million of gluten in any given dish. This uniform standard for the term is a step towards assuring concerned customers about the safe consumption of food items that […]

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New Flash: Causes of Eye Cancer

Feb 15 2014

As eye cancer levels increase, many people are wondering what environmental and genetic factors play a role in the development of these forms of visual cancer. Even though people have significant risk factors, doesn’t mean they will necessarily develop eye-related diseases. However, being aware of these factors may help avoid harmful exposure and increase healthy […]

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Stronger Warnings for Quinolones

Dec 10 2013

Peripheral neuropathies are most commonly associated as a side effect of diabetes, but the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released news showing a link between fluoroquinolone antibiotics and the potential for developing painful peripheral neuropathy.  This warning only applies to fluoroquinolone that is taken by injection or orally, not topically. The FDA did release information […]

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Peripheral Neuropathies Offer Puzzling Questions for Physicians

Oct 29 2013

Deep in the heart of Siouxland, doctors are noticing a dramatic increase in both peripheral neuropathies and diabetes. Nearly two-thirds of diabetes suffers develop peripheral neuropathies, which can result in limb amputations. Doctors note that there is evidence that reflects that better diabetes control can promote healthier nerves. Newly diagnosed diabetics are the target for […]

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Over 1 Million Testosterone Supplements Sold

Sep 03 2013

The most popular testostonre booster hit a notable mark of having 1 million bottles sold.  This shows how popular testosterone supplements are becoming and proves they are effective.  If you are a man looking to raise your free testosterone levels, rest assured, you are not alone. Millions of men are looking to boost their testosterone […]

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Some Top Vitamins, Minerals, and Antioxidants for Skin

Apr 04 2013

Our lifestyles have plenty to do with our appearances. Skin that ages prematurely is often an indication of poor health choices. Signs of premature aging such as wrinkles, sun spots, skin toughness, and sagging, are affected by type and quantity of exercise, overexposure to the sun and harsh elements, and of course dietary nutrition. Vitamins, […]

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Be Gentle with the Skin around Your Eyes

Apr 04 2013

The skin around the eyes is medically known as the periocular area – the skin around the eyeball but contained within the limits of the eye socket. This area is not only an extremely sensitive area but also calls attention and adds to the appearance of a person’s face. This area is the reason why […]

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Sun Damage, Prevention & Treatment

Apr 04 2013

Age spots, discoloration, fine lines, and wrinkles – these are the markings of aging skin. Age is a natural process. Every living thing ages, from mushrooms to sea urchins, and of course humans – and sometimes, we show signs of age that are not part of the natural process. This is called premature aging. Premature […]

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