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Depression is a state of low mood and aversion to activity that can affect a person's thoughts, behavior, feelings and sense of well-being. Depressed people can feel sad, anxious, empty, hopeless, worried, helpless, worthless, guilty, irritable, hurt, or restless. Below are few tips that would ... read more
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Is your home or apartment, kitchen or room infested with insects, ants, bugs or mosquitoes?.. Worry no more, you can now make your own natural pest repellent safe for home use. What are the things you need? *Spraying Bottle *Camphor *Kerosene.. Simply grind some pellets of camphor in... read more
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Heart attack arises when there are obstructions of blood vessels to the heart. In other words, when the heart is being starved of blood and oxygen. The very prominent sign of impending heart attack is frequent chest pains. However there could be other reasons for having chest pain. It is always ... read more
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2 cups per day tea or coffee you have a product that's helping to lower blood pressure, helps with asthma and allergies, helping people who suffer from IBS, irregularity and digestive issues! It is cleaning the body of harmful parasites and toxins that we all have. It's safe for children and adu... read more
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The use of electronic cigarettes has the same short-term effects on the lungs as smoking conventional tobacco cigarettes, a study finds. Both products triggered sharp reductions in exhaled nitric oxide among 25 volunteers. Toxicologists view drops in the gas as a marker of inflammation that sign... read more
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- Good for your skin: If you have acne or pimple problems or want to retain youthfulness, apply coconut water on your face and leave it overnight. Due to its repairing properties, it can even be applied to hands and nails. - If you are on a weight loss spree, coconut water should be a must-h... read more
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Taking a baths can be a great way to relax and de-stress before going to bed. But taking hot baths just before bed time can keep you awake longer than you need to be. Your body temperature needs time to cool down to reach the deepest levels of sleep. So get in the tub earlier, or keep the water ... read more
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According to the CDC, here are some of the top ways you can help reduce your colon cancer risks, as well as improve your survival rate if you are diagnosed with it: *.Exercise *.Limit alcohol use *.Don’t smoke *.Get regular colorectal cancer screening tests beginning at age 50... »»[newsone]... read more
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According to the latest figures from the World Health Organisation issued on Wednesday, death toll from an outbreak of Ebola in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone has hit 337 since February. The update said 47 new cases and 14 new deaths were reported across the region over the last week, a furth... read more
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A new research findings from Columbia University showed that marijuana contributed to 12% of traffic fatalities in 2010, triple the percentage from a decade earlier. This shows that pot is a factor in almost one in eight deaths on the road. Study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administra... read more
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Schizophrenia patients who had recently been released from jail were less likely to be re-arrested or otherwise fail treatment when they took a depot antipsychotic drug compared with daily oral medication in a randomized trial, a researcher reported at the American Psychiatric Association's annu... read more
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"Wash your hands often. When you are sick, stay at home. This helps people to stop giving diseases to other people" - World Health Organization read more
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According to a new global analysis, almost a third of the world is now fat, and no country has been able to curb obesity rates in the last three decades... read more
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A Report have shown that people who have blood types A, B, or AB have a slightly higher risk of heart disease compared to those with type O, the most common kind, according to the research released. Those who know they are at higher risk may be more motivated to make changes to lower their ch... read more
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In men and women, depression sometimes manifests itself in different ways even though the women are generally more often hidden. Depression can lead to grief and loss of interest in activities that are fun though.  Symptoms of depression in men include the following: 1... read more
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A united state medical team, led by Dr. Abdulrasheed Abassi and Dr. Tunde Adenuga, at the end of a six-day free medical exercise in Ogun state, raised an alarm that majority of Nigerians were living with chronic diseases without knowing the implications. Doctor Abassi, who is the Medical Dire... read more
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Don’t skip breakfast. Having a healthy meal right when you wake up helps you stay on track for a day of healthy eating. You’ll be less likely to eat junk food or overeat later in the day if you start your morning right. Catch some Zzzs. Getting enough sleep is a crucial part ... read more
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Ebola virus disease (EVD), formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever, is a severe, often fatal illness in humans. Ebola is introduced into the human population through close contact with the blood, secretions, organs or other bodily fluids of infected animals. In Africa, infection has been doc... read more
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