August, 2020

Health & Wellness

Making The Dentist Fun For Your Kids: A Jungle, Beach Or Underwater Adventure

One of the most traumatic experiences for young children can be their first few visits to the dentist. They may have heard horror stories from friends or television and it makes the entire process unfriendly for the children, their parents and their dentist. SmileTown is reinventing the way families go to the dentist. Their offices are dedicated to creating an …

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Color Of Your Urine Can Indicate How Health One Is

Looking into the toilet bowl is like looking into a crystal ball for your health? The color of your urine can change depending on how hydrated you are what foods you have been eating and even as a weird side effect to certain medications. Here’s what your urine color says about your health — and when it could signal a …

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10 Habits To Lose weight Without Dieting

Thinking about weight loss as “dieting” is the first thing that comes in our mind and is often the biggest mistake people make on their weight loss journey. Weight gain is not only the product of your mismanaged diet but also a mismanaged lifestyle. Changing the habits of your daily lifestyle can create an easy approach to achieve your weight …

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Tips on How to Stick to Your Health/Fitness Resolution

Well it’s that time of the year again where we set goals for ourselves for the whole year. I am sure that the one resolution that we can all say we have either contemplated or set is: staying healthy and/or working out. Chances are at some time in your life you’ve made a New Year’s resolution — and then broken …

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Cotton Candy Machines Pave The Way For Artificial Organs

Taking a cue from cotton candy machines, scientists have developed a 3D artificial capillary system that can keep living cells viable and functional for more than a week, thus paving the way for making life-sized artificial livers, kidneys, bones and other essential organs. Leon Bellan, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Tennessee-based Vanderbilt University, has been tinkering with cotton candy …

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Speeding Up Your Metabolism

What is metabolism? Metabolism is a set of complex functions going inside the body to generate the energy to maintain, grow and carry on essential functions of all the organs of the body to sustain the life. Human body is made to walk, run or keep on moving. However, thanks to new world where day by day the new inventions …

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Back And Knee Problems From Improper Exercise

Working in the fitness industry for half a decade, I have trained hundreds of clients and had conversations with thousands of gym enthusiasts who join the gym with different goals such as: weight loss, strength gains or bodybuilding. Almost all of them have ended up with knee pain or multiple back problems.   The knee and lower back are most …

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What Happens When You Sit At Your Desk For Too Long

Desk jobs comprise a large portion of Canadian’s jobs in the 21st century. Many of us may sit for over 8 hours at the same desk and only really get up to get lunch or go to the bathroom. Here is what happens when you sit at your desk for prolonged periods of time 1.)  Decreased Energy Expenditure: your non-exercise …

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 Desi Remedies for Everyday Health Issues

Put down the Tylenol and Benalyn and learn common Desi health remedies straight from your Bibi’s kitchen! Back Pain: Take 10 small garlic pieces and fry them in oil on a low flame. You can either use sesame oil, coconut oil, or mustard oil. Fry until the garlic cloves turn light brown. Let the oil prepared from garlic cool completely. …

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Why Some Smokers Don’t Get Cancer

It has always been a puzzling tragedy why some infants are diagnosed with life-threatening cancers at age two while some regular smokers go on to live a full and relatively “healthy “ life. You’ll see some older cancer patients cautioning youth not to smoke due to their cigarette-induced ailments, while other senior smokers can be bragging that their addicting habits had …

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