How to Avoid a Cold and Flu

Posted By: Hi Well In: Cough, Cold & Flu On: January 9, 2017 Comment: 0 Hit: 269

Even if they haven’t found a cure for colds, researchers have learned plenty about how cold viruses spread. Coughing and sneezing are still the top ways of giving someone else your cold. People can breathe in the germs from your cough or sneeze.

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Health Tips in Summer

Posted By: Hi Well In: Women's Health & Beauty On: December 19, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 245

The following are several tips that will go a long way in helping you stay healthy throughout the season of summer.

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5 Key Nutrients Every Man Needs

Posted By: Hi Well In: Men's Health On: December 8, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 251

Whether you're a powerlifter, a marathoner, or just a regular athletic dude, you'd better be getting enough of these essential vitamins and minerals to perform at your peak.

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10 Nutrient Rich Super Foods

Posted By: Hi Well In: Antioxidant On: November 30, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 251

Antioxidants are substances that help prevent certain types of cell damage, especially those caused by oxidation.
When certain types of oxygen molecules are allowed to travel freely in the body they cause what is known as oxidative damage which is the formation of free radicals.
Free radicals are very dangerous to the body’s tissues and have been connected to cancer and premature aging. The body uses antioxidants to prevent itself from the damage caused by oxygen.
Oxidative damage plays a major role in disease today and has been linked to health conditions like heart disease, cancer and dementia.

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Ensure Allergies don't ruin your holiday

Posted By: Hi Well In: Allergies On: November 24, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 250

For people with pet allergies, holiday gatherings at homes with furry, four-legged animals can turn an otherwise good time into a nightmare of itchy, red, watery eyes, and endless bouts of sneezing.

Whether you’re the host with a pet or the person with allergies, there are things you can do to alleviate unpleasant symptoms and keep your focus on enjoying the company of friends and family, says the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) and Consumer Reports experts.

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7 Best Foods For Good Digestion

Posted By: Hi Well In: Digestive System On: November 14, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 236

I believe the digestive system is the core of life energy, intuition and longevity. Unfortunately, we're turning into a bloated and constipated nation. We spend millions on laxatives, antacids, fiber, and enzymes when often a healthy diet is enough to regulate things. To maintain optimal digestive health and avoid many modern diseases, I recommend adding these seven happy belly foods to your diet.

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What is a Cold Sore?

Posted By: Hi Well In: Oral Care On: November 6, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 193

Cold sore is an inflamed blister in or near the mouth, caused by infection with the herpes simplex virus.

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Fish Oil ‘Really Can Help Boost Our Memory’

Posted By: Hi Well In: Memory & Concentration On: October 27, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 199

Your brain is mostly fat, 60% of which is the omega-3 DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). It’s too bad most of us don’t eat enough DHA containing foods or realize that taking a DHA supplement can boost our brain’s ability to function at its best.

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