Tuesday, July 25, 2017
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Maintaining A Moderately Healthy Lifestyle May Add Years To Your Life

Staying in control of your weight, avoiding tobacco, and drinking in moderation may extend your lifespan by at least 7 years, according to new...

Immunotherapy Cancer Treatment Reverses Gray Hair In Some Patients

People spend a lot of money to dye the grays away - analysts estimate 29 billion will be spent worldwide by 2019. However,...

Binge Drinking In Teens Linked To Long-Term Memory, Attention Problems

A night of slamming beers followed by tequila shots isn't as good of an idea as it seems at the time. Aside from a...

4 Eating Habits Most Associated With Weight Loss, Lower BMI

If you want to lose weight, it's not what you eat but rather when you eat it, according to new research. The study...

5 Healthy Options To Replace Your Favorite Junk Foods

If there's any day to indulge in your favorite sweet or savory treat, it's today: National Junk Food Day. Every year, July 21st is...

Statin drugs exposed as a MEDICAL SHAM as new research finds...

( Natural News) Although Big Pharma does its best to keep negative information about its drugs out of the spotlight, many...

Alzheimer’s Disease Gene May Increase Risk Of Sleep Disorder-Related Cognitive Problems

Sleep disorders and Alzheimer's disease may be more closely linked than previously thought - a new study suggests that people who carry a...

6 Health Benefits Of Drinking Tequila On Cinco De Mayo; Plus...

Drinking tequila during Cinco de Mayo celebrations does not have to end with a nauseous, massive hangover. Good tequila, made from 100 percent agave,...

8 Industries Being Disrupted by Virtual Reality

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Plastic Surgeon Performs Free Surgery on Man Attacked for Wearing MAGA...

A New York City plastic surgeon performed surgery on a Brooklyn man's face free of charge after the man suffered multiple injuries to...