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What Exactly Happens When You Sleep?

Sleep is an integral part of our life and, as research shows, it is incredibly complex. The brain generates two distinct types of sleep:...

Health Tips For 2020

Whatever your New Year's resolution, eating a healthy and balanced diet will provide many benefits in 2020 and beyond. What we eat and drink...

Hepatitis C infection is Curable.

An infection caused by a virus that attacks the liver and causes inflammation. The virus is spread by contact with contaminated blood; for example,...

How face masks work?

Viruses are tiny particles; if you are infected, they exist in your body. Whenever you breathe out, speak, sing, sneeze, cough, or in any...

Natural Menopause Therapy

Around age 50, the ovaries stop producing estrogen. The adrenal glands (small organs above each kidney) continue to produce estrogen, as does fat tissue....

Link Between How Much People Sleep and How Much They Weigh

Sleep deprivation can increase the chances of becoming obese in several ways. People who are sleep deprived may be too tired to exercise, which...

Fluorescence Spectroscopy Used to Assess Food Quality

Fluorescence is the phenomenon where a molecule absorbs light within its absorption band and then emits this light at longer wavelengths within its emission...

Super Foods Which Promote Healthy Vision

Research suggests that people age 65 or older could preserve the health of their retinas by getting lots of vitamin C, zeaxanthin, and alpha-tocopherol....

Risks of Too Much Ultraviolet (UV) Light

Ozone layer depletion decreases our atmosphere’s natural protection from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation. This Web page provides an overview of the major...

Late Dinner Can Cause Weight Gain and High Blood Sugar

A late dinner can increase a person's weight and blood sugar because the body has less time to break down and process the food...
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