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20 Coffee and Caffeine Myths and Facts - Part 2
Here are more myths about coffee and caffeine. Remember, many scientists believe there’s enough negative evidence for all caffeine products to include on labels “Caffeine may be hazardous to your health. Regular use could be addicting and harmful.”
20 Coffee and Caffeine Myths and Facts - Part 1
Many scientists believe there’s enough negative evidence for all caffeine products to include on labels “Caffeine may be hazardous to your health. Regular use could be addicting and harmful.”
Caffeine is the most popular “legal” stimulating drug in the world simply because people get hooked on it.
Seven Sweet Steps To Shirk Sugar
A sugar-free life is a sweet life of freedom. When you break the addiction, you’ll discover new naturally higher highs without the lows.
Signs Of Skin Cancer
With a million new cases of skin cancer reported each year, it’s become so common that about 50 percent of Americans over age 65 are expected to have at least one case of treatable non-malignant skin cancer in their lifetime.
Side Effects of Flax Seed Oil
Are there side effects of flax seed oil? Yes. But an even better question is - what are the real facts about flax? Here are the Side Effects of Flaxseed Oil.
Alzheimer's Disease Early Symptoms
Alzheimer’s disease early symptoms can be difficult to pinpoint. We all have occasional forgetfulness - even my 10 year old grandson. But that doesn’t mean these lapses of memory are Alzheimer’s disease early symptoms.
Alzheimer Disease Stages and Progression
Alzheimer disease stages tend to progress over time. The medical community generally uses three broad phases - mild, moderate and severe - to measure the advance.
Alzheimer's Disease and Treatment
Alzheimer’s disease and treatment research shows that, although the cause and cure are unknown, prevention is possible.
Systolic Blood Pressure in Women
Systolic blood pressure, in groundbreaking research, is proving to be particularly significant in relation to heart disease in women.
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