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A typical trip down the aisle of your favorite grocery store greets you with labels proclaiming “All Natural”, “100% Natural”, “Low Fat”, “Gluten Free”, “Organic”, and so much more. It is so easy to get overwhelmed, and drawn in by the labels; after all, that is the manufacturer’s goal. But, do you know what the [...]

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Do you have tummy troubles? Most of people shy away from talking about the poop factor in their life, but when you are backed up it’s hard to think about anything else. Constipation can be painful, uncomfortable, and downright embarrassing. And when you are constipated do you really want to take a laxative. A laxative, [...]

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The “healthy tax” is the difference in cost of healthy foods and junk food. You hear it all the time. It is one of the most overused excuses. “Eating healthy is expensive!” For the average consumer, those critics are typically right. Lean meats, organic foods, fresh vegetables, cage free, natural raised, and on and on. [...]

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The U.S. has become a country requiring workers, 24x7. We can shop for groceries at 2:00 a.m., we can speak with financial institutions about our accounts any time of the day or night, we can grab a middle of the night meal if we like – truthfully today, there isn’t much we cannot do, regardless of [...]

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If you think about it objectively, it’s a weird idea to have an animal living in your home, walking around freely. One who has fur, long nails, and sharp teeth. One who could just as easily cause you a great deal of damage as lick your hand. Yet millions of people live with a dog--sometimes more [...]

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Every year, many women with ovarian cancer are misdiagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome, stress, reflux or a urinary tract infection, because of similarities in symptoms. [1] If you are showing symptoms of ovarian cancer, the most important thing for you to remember is to stay calm. Just because you may have some symptoms of ovarian [...]

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Dr. Kent Brantly was drawn to Africa with Samaritan’s Purse, to help the people of Liberia live longer, healthier lives. During his time there, the unimaginable happened, there was an outbreak of Ebola, and he contracted the virus while treating patients with this incurable disease. Fortunately, Dr. Brantly and Ms. Writebol (an American aid worker) were [...]

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