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Balance your hormones to ease polycystic ovary syndrome

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a leading cause of endocrine dysfunction in women – and it could be the reason you haven’t become a grandparent yet. Here’s how restoring balance to the [...]

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Broccoli can help you lose weight

A compound in broccoli can offset the negative impact of obesity on your body by reducing inflammation, supporting your liver, and controlling increases in weight, blood sugar, and fat. But [...]

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Good gut bacteria can help prevent childhood asthma

We’ve grown up with the idea that bacteria is bad for you. But it isn’t always… at least if it’s the kind that helps to protect children from developing asthma.

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Exercise is essential for heart attack recovery

Physical activity is a good preventative measure against heart attack. It’s also good for recovery if you’ve already survived a heart attack. But according to a recent study, most heart attack [...]

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