Health Studies
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Does Certain Bacteria Cause Stomach Cancer

Helicobacter pylori, a bacterium, is usually found in the stomach. It does not always cause problems, but some strains are linked to ulcers and gastritis. Now, scientists have found that one H. pylori strain can increase the risk of stomach cancer.

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Diet
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Thinking Of A No-Carb Diet?

Cutting carbs may help many people shed pounds. Carbs, or carbohydrates, especially refined or processed ones, tend to convert into sugars in the body very quickly. Limiting intake of carbs may be difficult, but finding alternatives can help.
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Healthy Foods
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Why You Need To Consume Hemp Seeds

Many people consider hemp seeds to be a superfood. The seeds have a rich nutritional profile and provide a range of health benefits.
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Healthy Foods
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Heres How Black Seed Oil Benefits You

People have used black seed oil for its therapeutic benefits for thousands of years.
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Exercise
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Correcting the Most Common Yoga Pose Mistakes

If you aren’t posing correctly, you’re not only depriving yourself of the benefits of yoga, but the misplacement could potentially lead to injury (yikes!). Even if you practice yoga on the reg, you can easily find yourself in autopilot mode, and potentially allow your stances to become less disciplined. Sky Ting Yoga co-founder Krissy Jones is here to demonstrate the right way to nail three common poses you might be getting wrong.

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Prevention
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Don’t Eat This While Breastfeeding

A healthful breastfeeding diet is essentially the same as a nutritious diet when not breastfeeding. The main difference is that people who are breastfeeding need more calories.
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Foods
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How Animal And Plant Proteins Differ

Protein is an essential part of the diet. It helps to build, repair, and maintain the body’s structures. Foods derived from plants and animals can both provide protein, but there are some differences.
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50+ Health Conditions
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Being A ‘Night Owl’ Could Lead To Weight Gain

New research has revealed that having a preference for evening activities, going to bed late, and not getting enough sleep may lead to weight gain among people with prediabetes.
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Diet
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How Much Salt Is Too Much?

Too much salt is bad for you, particulary because it is associated with an increased risk of heart problems — but how much is too much? A new study suggests that we may not have to worry so much about how salty we like our food to be.

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50+ Health Conditions, Health Studies
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Australian Scientists Restore Memory in Alzheimer’s Patients

Scientists in Australia have developed a groundbreaking non-invasive ultrasound technology that removes neurotoxic amyloid plaques from the brain of Alzheimer’s patients. The plaques are characteristic of the disease, indicating memory loss and decline in cognitive function.

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