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Be Nice to Your Liver

Be Nice to Your Liver

  When your body needs blood, it calls on the reserves in the liver. The amount of blood flowing to the liver is impressive; it filters 1.2 litres of blood a minute when the body is at rest.   This adds up, in a year, to an enormous quantity. By one estimate, the liver filters […]

Choose Sunglasses with UV Coating

Choose Sunglasses with UV Coating

Look for the `UV100′ tag on any pair of sunglasses you buy. It’s your guarantee that your eyes are protected from the premature ageing caused by ultraviolet rays. Fewer than half of the sunglasses on the market have adequate protection from ultraviolet light, so you have to be careful. Many people think that dark glasses […]

care your feet: Happy Feet

care your feet: Happy Feet

  Choosing footwear that properly fits your feet can prevent a multitude of foot problems. Wear shoes that address your specific foot needs. Everyone’s feet are different.   In a survey by the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) 73 per cent women admitted to experience foot pain and discomfort as a result of their shoes. […]

Fasting: The Greatest Remedy

Fasting: The Greatest Remedy

Fasting is the oldest form of natural correction of physical imbalances; techniques can range from removal or reduction of one food substance to total abstention from all foods and liquids. Fasts may cover periods from a day or part of a day to more; there are recorded instances of persons going without food for periods […]

Use a Good Toothbrush and Use it Well

Use a Good Toothbrush and Use it Well

A toothbrush may seem like an easy purchase, but do spend time to make sure that your toothbrush is right for you.   For most of us, a soft-bristled toothbrush is the most comfortable and safest choice. Depending on how vigorously the teeth are brushed, medium-and hard-bristled brushes could actually damage the gums, root surface, […]

The Magic of Sprouts

The Magic of Sprouts

Sprouts are a powerhouse of nutrition. Sprouted grains are far more nutritious than unsprouted grains. They have low acid-forming properties and instead produce a beneficial alkaline state in the body. Of all foods, sprouts are the richest source of vitamins, minerals and enzymes. By a process of natural transmutation, they have much greater nutrient content […]

Dry Eyes and Watery Eyes

Dry Eyes and Watery Eyes

Dry eye syndrome is a chronic lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye. Oddly enough, one of the most common causes of watery eyes or excess tearing is dry eyes. One of the main tests for excess tearing is to check whether the eyes are too dry. Tear production decreases […]

Contact Lenses Versus Glasses

Contact Lenses Versus Glasses

Contact lenses are a terrific alternative to glasses. But people often find themselves in a dilemma when choosing between regular eyeglasses and contact lenses. Which is the better route to take?   Contacts allow more natural vision, and do not obscure a person’s natural look. Since contacts are next to the eye, there is less […]

R u Snoring? Take it serious right no...

R u Snoring? Take it serious right now

snoring a serious problem If your partner’s snoring ruins your sleep, the answer may not be separate bedrooms. Your partner may need to see a doctor. Snoring may signal a life-threatening condition.   People who snore loudly may suffer from obstructive sleep apnea, a condition in which breathing is disrupted during sleep for short periods. […]

Do Babies Learn Before Birth?

Do Babies Learn Before Birth?

From the moment of birth, an infant begins rapidly absorbing information, piecing together the framework of his or her future self But what happens during all that time the baby is still in the womb? Does learning begin in utero? Absolutely, says Rick Gilmore, Associate Professor of Psychology at   Penn State University, ‘There’s ample […]