Women’s Health

Meditation Fights Cancer And Promotes Longevity

Calmly meditating produces exciting, beneficial effects on your body. It can protect your DNA against cancer-promoting genetic developments and free you from everyday stresses and distractions. That’s why meditation is one of the most powerful, but often neglected, tools for maintaining optimal health. Physical Vitality Most of us don’t think of meditation as being important […]

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Ditch The Blues With Mood-Boosting Foods

Junk foods, including heavily processed, fried and artificial foods, produce serious negative impacts on the brain and emotions, similar to narcotic drugs. They stimulate short-term reward centers in the central nervous system. But over time, they can lead to dependency and mood imbalances, along with all-too-common long-term health consequences. On the other hand, a number […]

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40 Ways to Become an Irresistible Money Magnet

Can’t pay the bills? Worried about your lack of income, maxed out credit cards or extreme debt? The average American household is $15,191 in credit card debt, and that doesn’t include student loans or home mortgages. You can make some major money super quick, if you want to donate body parts or bank your sperm. […]

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Natural Ways To Banish Colds And Flu

Once the temperature drops, cold and flu season looms over health like dark storm clouds. Our fast-paced lifestyles, holiday travels and festivities, along with seasonal changes lead most of us to believe that colds and flu are inevitable facts of winter. But a healthy diet, lifestyle choices and supplementation offers protection year-round with natural solutions […]

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One Woman Shows Us How to Make a Living Loving Life

The dusty faced sun-bleached blond smiles with overwhelming enthusiasm. I just asked my kayak guide to describe her favorite part about living in Kauai, Hawaii. She slaps her calf to brush off the mud splats the way we swap away mosquitoes and glances at me. “I’m so rich here. I mean, I don’t have a […]

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Surviving Virus Season

Winter is a mixed bag. On one hand, we have the holidays, vacations, snow sports and cozy nights by the fireplace. However, we’re also at greater risk for colds, flus and other infections. There are lots of theories about why this happens: indoor spaces become petri dishes for emerging viruses; viruses thrive in cold weather; […]

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Nature’s Antibiotics

Winter has arrived, and we’re naturally worried about viruses. This is certainly justified, but the immune system does a lot more than take on colds and the flu. It’s designed to eliminate whatever is not supposed to be there: viruses, bacteria, fungus, cancer cells and the like. So it’s a good idea to keep your […]

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The toxin that threatens your health

One of the most widespread consequences of modern pollution involves mercury, a heavy metal that can threaten your health. Also called quicksilver, mercury is the only metal that is liquid at room temperature. While the element has its uses (in thermometers, for example), it’s also a major industrial pollutant, coming primarily from coal-fired power plants. […]

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3 Questions to Ask Yourself to Find Your Life Purpose

A recent study suggests people who live their purpose live longer and are more healthy and happy. According to the new research, people with a sense of purpose had a 15 percent lower risk of death, compared with those who said they were more or less aimless. And it didn’t seem to matter when people found their […]

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7 Reasons You Should Date a Girl Who Travels

Several years ago, I was sitting in my cubicle at work, as the coworker who sat beside me tacked up a new photo of his fiancé. He looked over at me and said, “Did you ever notice what people put on their desk is a representation of what they care most about in the world.” […]

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