Five Natural And Effective Methods To Balance Your Hormones

Hormones are “chemical messengers” produced by various glands, such as the reproductive, pineal, pituitary, thyroid, adrenal and pancreatic glands, in our body. The swift production and consumption of these hormones and their balanced ratio relative to one another is essential for a healthy metabolism, growth, and sexual activity. Hormonal imbalance is an increasingly growing phenomenon
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Feed Your Skin: These Foods Will Give You Healthier, Glowing Skin

The skin is not only the largest organ of the body, but also forms a protective layer against internal organs, muscle tissue, and other structures. Your skin also plays a role in how you look to others – which is why people are always on the lookout for ways that they can make their skin
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5 Dieting Mistakes That Are Keeping You From Losing Weight

Over the last few decades, there has been a dramatic increase in the prevalence of obesity and overweight. In 1975, the prevalence of obesity was just over 4%. Today, the worldwide prevalence of obesity is close to 13%, with more than 650 million people having a BMI that is higher than 30. The important factor
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What Probiotics Can Do For You

The gut is one of the most important parts of the human body. The gastrointestinal tract starts at the mouth, where food enters the digestive system and ends at the anus, where waste is expelled from the body. The tract is connected to multiple organs, including the stomach. Inside the digestive system are microorganisms that
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Stem Cells In The Uterus – Future Perspective Of Treating Uterine Abnormalities?

Stem cells are unique cells, which can replicate rapidly, and have the potential to become a wide variety of different cell types. In the early stage of embryonic development, our body contains a huge amount of stem cells which will later decide what exact cell types they want to form. Although their number is much
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Common Myths About Breastfeeding

  Some mothers decide to breastfeed their babies, while others do not. Studies have shown that breastfeeding is certainly beneficial for the baby. In one study, scientists found that those babies who are not breastfed during their first three months following birth may be at a 50% higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes later
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What Should You Know About Prostate Cancer Screening

Among men in the United States, prostate cancer is considered the second most common form of these diseases, falling just after skin cancer. More than 10% of men are expected to develop prostate cancer at some point in their lives, with the average diagnosis of the disease being at the age of 66. An estimated
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Why It Is So Important To Listen To Your Children

Communication is something that we all depend on daily. You communicate with your family, your co-workers, friends, and perhaps even clients, depending on the career you have chosen for yourself. Studies have shown that socializing and communication have many benefits for the average person. In one study, researchers also found that frequent communication and socialization
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5th Annual Meeting Of America Medic & Science

September 8th & 9th, 2018. Istanbul, Turkey On behalf of the AMS Scientific Advisory Board (SAB), we were proud to organize the Scientific Program of the 5th Annual Meeting of America Medic & Science. Before we started to put together the scientific program, we have had a long discussion with the AMS management about what
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