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The Top 9 Best Herbs For Kidney Cleansing

by Arjun Walia | Out of the 783,936 annual deaths from conventional medicine mistakes, approximately 106,000 of those are the result of prescription drug use [1]. According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, two-hundred and ninety people in the United States are killed by prescription drugs every day [2]. We’ve become a society that instantly turns to medication and ...

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This Is What Can Happen When You Don’t Get Enough Sleep

How much sleep does a person need in a day? It appears as though 8 hours a night is the common number most of us think we need in order to get a restful sleep. To get a bit more specific, the Sleep Foundation suggests the following in terms of how much sleep one might need. Babies – 12 – ...

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6 Effective & Natural Alternatives To Ibuprofen

by Joe Martino | There are a number of reasons to avoid taking aspirin or ibuprofen often. You may be seeking alternatives because you experience pain but like to stay away from conventional medicines. Alternatively, you could be someone who just learned about the potential dangers that come with taking Aspirin and ibuprofen regularly and are ready for something different. Ibuprofen ...

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7 Ways to Deal with Toxic People

By: Banu Sekendur, Expanded Consciousness| Relationships are one of the pillars of our experience of life. Some relationships nurture our hearts and minds, while some erode away our joy and add stress to our lives. We can’t just isolate and avoid talking to people. We can’t leave a job only because there is that one irritating person at the office. So we learn ...

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Ever Wonder About “Fresh Squeezed 100%” Orange Juice?

by Joe Martino | If you are like me, you probably are in a human physicality. Further, you may like baseball, or.. Orange Juice. I was that guy when I was a teen that used to come home from playing sports and instead of going for water I’d clean half the Tropicana carton because it just tasted so good. And come ...

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5 Hopeful Thoughts for Someone with Depression

Sarah Cooper | Depression can consume a person. Hopelessness is one of the main emotions a depressed person is feeling. Thoughts and emotions of hopelessness seem so intertwined, we don’t know where one ends, and they have us in an almost permanent negative spiral. I used to call it ‘going under’. With this is mind ~ and I have personal experience ...

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Helping you, Helping me. How I overcome my obstacles..

Caroline Edwards | Looking back over the recent past it seems life went from being all rainbows and roses to pretty much doom and gloom in my circle of friends. Still can’t believe how carefree we used to be, no money troubles, working dead-end jobs but managing to pay for a lifestyle that had us traveling and having wild adventures. ...

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7 Amazing Things To Know About Breasts

Breasts have so many incredible benefits for the health of humanity, the power of women, and the nurturing of the future generations. It is not often that I throw up re-posts but sometimes I feel the info can be very serving for people and so here comes a re-post. Please note that this article was originally posted at http://karamariaananda.com. It is ...

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3 Benefits of Fasting..

by Arjun Walia | Fasting has been the subject of controversy for years, most often we hear about the dangers of it without any mention of the tremendous benefits it can bring to your mind, body and soul. Fasting is a tradition that was incorporated into many ancient cultures, from ancient Vedic traditions to Buddhist traditions and more. Fasting is not ...

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The Science Behind Why Some People Get Angry When They Are Hungry

Most of us can attest to having been ‘hangry’ (hungry + angry) or dealing with someone hangry at some point, which we know isn’t always an enjoyable experience (i.e., never). But have you ever wondered what is actually happening within our body to produce this unpleasant behaviour? The answer lies in the physiological workings of our brain, blood, and gut. Let’s ...

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