Do you have scars you’d prefer to not have?
Scars from caesarean and other surgery
Scars tell a story of damaged skin and an event that caused a trauma to the body. But scarring indicates that the wound has healed so in that sense, it’s like your body is telling you it’s put the past behind to move on.
But the body and the
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Andropause or mid life crisis
Despite what you may have heard, depression affects men as profoundly as it does women, and while you may have heard the jokes about the male mid-life crisis and the questions of self-identity that go with it, it’s a real phenomenon affecting tens of thousands of men.
But there’s a darker side to depression in men. World-wide, over a million
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And the failure of antibiotics
Health authorities, doctors and medical institutions have been concerned for many years about the growing resistance of bacteria and viruses to the antibiotics that we have available.
Modern antibiotics are one of the primary tools of allopathic medicine in treating disease, but viruses and bacteria are adapting and we are unable to create new antibiotics to defeat them.
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Poison in disguise
Over 1/2 the world population relies onrice as a staple food
Protesters against GE have regularly torn up GE crops all over the world and in August 2013, farmers in the Philippines destroyed 1000 square metres of Golden Rice – a variety created to reduce vitamin A deficiency in fear that it will contaminate their traditional rice crops.
If you have
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Does vaccination affect public safety?
Re: VACCINE LEGISLATION
My name is Tetyana Obukhanych. I hold a PhD in Immunology. I am writing this letter in the hope that it will correct several common misperceptions about vaccines in order to help you formulate a fair and balanced understanding that is supported by accepted vaccine theory and new scientific findings.
The decline in infectious diseases
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And the Tragedy of Western Civilisation
Alcohol has been a part of our civilisation for a very long time and it is generally thought that the discovery of alcohol was an accident because someone noticed that when grain is left in a wet state, fermentation occurs and alcohol is produced.
If we step back into antiquity, we know that bread and beer were currencies
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Margarine declines as Butter regains favour
A comparison of butter and margarine. We need fats, they are essential for health as they give our bodies energy and support cell growth. Fats also help our bodies by:
protecting our organs keeping our bodies warm, especially in cooler weather absorb some nutrients and producing important hormones, too.
Most foods contain some fat, even our veggies have a
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The scientific evidence
Scientists have targeted a very powerful hormone responsible for human growth and cell regeneration that, once harnessed, has all the properties of a bona fide “fountain of youth.”
It’s known as “Human Growth Hormone” and it’s an extremely important part of our body’s functioning at the cellular level.
In fact, not only does HGH promote the growth and regeneration of cells;
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Five Complete Steps to Amazing Youthful Skin
There are way too many claims for youthful skin. Try this cream for wrinkles, this cream for age spots, this cream for dark circles. Where can you get all this and more in just one complete skin rejuvenation system?
Well the answer is simpler than you realized. All this can be had in one simple anti aging cream
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Damage we are unaware of until…
With the arrival of cellular phones into the marketplace, there was a great deal of concern about the radiation exposure from these devices and some of them literally hurt people’s heads while others caught fire and burned holes in people’s clothing.
The radiation issue has not been completely resolved but with the new generation of smart phones, the
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