Rehydrating for Optimal Health

Water is essential for life and health. Everyone knows this. But not all water is made the same. Ionized alkaline water, for example, takes complete advantage of the science of hydration.Scientists can measure hydration, or dehydration, by the thickness of blood, also known as blood viscosity. The more dehydrated you are, the thicker your blood […]

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Sustained Happiness Starts from Within

“What is happiness? We can say happiness is this or that, but in terms of life, your life energies are happening in a more exuberant way than it normally happens,” according to yogi, visionary, and thought leader Sadhguru.Although children are naturally happy with things as simple as an empty box or a bucket of sand […]

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New Hygiene Spray Fights Eyelid Parasites

Millions of Americans suffer from chronic eye conditions caused by thousands of tiny parasites, called Demodex mites, living on their eyelids.”These microbes are extremely common and yet largely an unknown problem,” says ophthalmologist Kathryn Najafi-Tagol, MD, Founder and Medical Director of the Eye Institute of Marin in California. The parasites burrow into eyelids, Dr. Najafi-Tagol explains.”That causes […]

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Seven Steps to Becoming the Healthiest You Ever

Seven out of ten Americans have admitted to working while tired. By following the recommendations below, you can not only have more energy, but improve your health.  Get Enough Sleep – You should get 7 to 9 hours of quality sleep each night. Healthy sleeping habits support improved metabolism and cognitive functioning. Meditate – Spend […]

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Good Health is More Than What You Eat

Behavioral health issues are more common today. According to a study by the American Psychological Association, about 25 percent of all adults in the United States have a mental illness and 50 percent will develop one in their lifetime.Mental health diseases affect not only the mind, but the body too. The U.S. Centers for Disease […]

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Treating Sun Spots Just as Important as Wrinkle Care

Women ages 30 and older are growing increasingly aware of new wrinkles with each passing year. Yet, evidence suggests that sun spots  may have as much of an impact on age-related appearance as wrinkles. Nearly 63 percent of women older than age 35 experience sun or age spots, discolorations and uneven skin. The dark side? The […]

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Got Water? 4 Reasons to Drink More H2O

We all know water is good for us and that we should probably drink more of it. So why, then, do Americans find it so difficult to sip from what is arguably the fountain of youth? Answers vary, but the fact is, one in 10 Americans drinks zero cups of water per day, according to […]

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