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Long-Term Effects of Oral Contraceptives

Long-Term Effects of Oral Contraceptives

If you’re a healthy individual and you don’t smoke, you can safely continue to take birth control pills for as long as you want, at least until a few years post-menopause. Oral contraceptives have been researched thoroughly, with over five decades worth of research supporting their safety. More

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How to Keep Your Bed Healthy

How to Keep Your Bed Healthy

By the end of the day, you start fantasising about climbing into bed, getting comfortable and drifting off into a soothing sleep. Take a minute out of this fantasy to consider whether your bed is a safe and healthy place to sleep or if it is full of germs, dust mites and toxins. If you’re not sure of the answer, read on to find out how to keep your bed healthy.

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Ways To Lower Your Cholesterol

Ways To Lower Your Cholesterol

No doubt you’ve heard it a thousand times by now: Heart disease is the number one killer among both men and women. Research suggests that by eating the right foods, getting enough exercise, and generally taking good care of yourself, you could slash your risk of dying from heart disease by an incredible 80 percent. More

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How Cotton Swabs Harm Your Ears

How Cotton Swabs Harm Your Ears

You must have used a cotton swab at some point or the other, sticking it into your ear and swirling it around for a good cleaning. You might think that this a good, healthy habit, but actually it’s just the opposite. Here’s why you should never use cotton swabs to clean your ears. More

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Ways To Relieve Headaches With Pressure Points

Ways To Relieve Headaches With Pressure Points

One of the most common ailments you can experience is headaches. 90% of the population will get them at one point or another, and what I wouldn’t give to be the other 10%. Unfortunately with myriad causes of head pain, it’s bound to happen eventually. After all, changes in the weather aren’t always easy to avoid. Personally mine originate from lack of sleep and work stress, both of which I’m continually trying to avoid. More

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