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9 Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate

It’s not very often that the benefits of a treat like chocolate can be talked about as something that could improve your health. Those of us with a sweet tooth may be a bit disappointed that all these healthful benefits don’t apply …

6 Signs and Symptoms of Bladder Cancer

The bladder, as most people probably know, is a balloon-shaped organ in the pelvic region which collects and stores urine to be eliminated. It is able to expand to some degree in order to hold an impressive volume of liquid when necessary. …

10 Health Myths Busted

Somehow, down through the years, a number of myths about our bodies and our health have endured and been passed on from generation to generation. Most people probably wouldn’t take the time to research things like this (it was a lot more …

Does Music Affect Your Heartbeat?

Music has a powerful effect on life. It has been shown to affect human beings, animals, and even plants. It is difficult to imagine life without music. It becomes a part of who we are, physically, mentally and even spiritually in a …

Does saliva help heal wounds?

We’ve all heard the expression, “licking your wounds.” In the popular vernacular, it means taking the time to recover from a setback or trauma. It was most likely inspired by the image of wounded animals retreating to lick their wounds after they …

Does Sushi Relieve Stress?

New promotion at work stressing you out? Perhaps it’s the intense pre-final studying? Maybe a troublesome personal relationship? Or, worst case scenario, it’s a combination of these three that you’re attempting – but desperately failing – to juggle? Then try eating some …

Eating Disorder Facts and Myths

Do eating disorders really exist, or are they just an excuse for creating new diagnoses? Eating disorders do exist and are defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders. Myth: Eating Disorders are Rare Fact: Eating Disorders are quite …
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