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What Does Happy Mean? Health Effects and Tips for a Positive Mood

Various studies show positive affect may improve cardiovascular function, cognition, cortisol levels, immune and mental health, and medical treatment outcomes.

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Common Electrolytes: Imbalances, Uses in the Body and More

Electrolytes are particles that carry a positive or negative electric charge once dissolved in water and are essential for our cells, organs, and body systems.

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Lyme Disease: Implications on Health

There is no cure for Lyme disease, but by creating plans to combat individual constellations of issues, we can push Lyme into full remission.

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The Many Health Concerns Associated With Glyphosate

Current evidence regarding the safety of glyphosate suggests that there may be long-term consequences to our health, ecosystems, and the environment.

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Manage Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Naturally

If you are living with COPD, adopting healthy day-to-day habits can help minimize the symptoms of this progressive disease so you can breathe a little easier.

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Natural Ways to Promote Healthy Menstrual Cycles: Diet, Exercise & Dietary Supplements

There are many diet, lifestyle, and supplement changes that can support a healthy, regular, and symptom-less menstrual cycle.

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Everything You Need to Know About Sugar and Sweeteners

The adverse health effects of sugar include weight gain and obesity; that's why it is vital to limit dietary intake of added sugars to less than 10% of daily calories.

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Optimal and Natural Support for Respiratory Health: Diets and Supplements

Enhancing lung health through a combination of diet, lifestyle, vitamins, and herbs is a natural and proactive step to prevent respiratory illnesses.

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How Dietary Fat can Affect Your Cardiometabolic Health

Replacing trans fats and saturated fats with healthier monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats can help bolster your cardiometabolic health.