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What is a Cold Sore?

Posted By: Hi Well In: Oral Care On: November 6, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 248

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: 253

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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Amazing Benefits Of Grape Seed Oil for Women

Posted By: Hi Well In: Women's Health & Beauty On: October 25, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 251

Grapes, especially varieties from the Vinifera group are widely used in wine making. Its oil has been extensively used for its medicinal properties. Grape seed oil is an important ingredient in several skin and hair care products. It is processed from the tiny seeds of grapes. In addition to enjoying those succulent grapes, you can now use grape seed oil for its marvelous skin, hair and health benefits.

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Policosanol is Better than Prescription Drugs: Lowers Cholesterol and Protects Heart

Posted By: Hi Well In: Heart & Circulation On: October 19, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 278

Have you ever wondered what the difference between "good" and "bad" cholesterol is? Well, you're certainly not alone. Many people want to know why low-density lipoprotein (LDL, or "bad" cholesterol) is bad, while high-density lipoprotein (HDL, or "good" cholesterol) is good. We will see in a moment. Lipoproteins are molecular aggregates of lipids (which are fat-soluble molecules) and proteins. Cholesterol is a lipid and therefore does not dissolve in blood, which is mostly water. To be transported throughout the body from its source in the liver, it must be incorporated into lipoproteins, which do dissolve in blood. Thus, all the cholesterol in your bloodstream is a component of one kind of lipoprotein or another.

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Protect Your Sight with Six Tips:

Posted By: Hi Well In: Eye Health On: October 16, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 287

Your eyes are an important part of your health. There are many things you can do to keep them healthy and make sure you are seeing your best. Follow these simple steps for maintaining healthy eyes well into your golden years.

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5 Way to Boost Your Kids Immunity

Posted By: Hi Well In: Children's Health On: October 10, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 263

What can you do to protect your child from the endless array of germs and viruses he's exposed to every day? Unfortunately, in some ways, getting sick when you're a kid is simply part of the job description. "We all enter this world with an inexperienced immune system," says Charles Shubin, M.D., an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Maryland, in Baltimore. Slowly, children prime their immunity by battling an ongoing series of germs, viruses, and other organisms -- which is why many pediatricians consider six to eight colds, bouts of flu, or ear infections per year normal. But there are healthy habits you can adopt that will give your child's immune system a boost.

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Hi Well Spirulina Smoothie

Posted By: Hi Well In: Food recipes On: October 9, 2016 Comment: 0 Hit: 594

Some days we all just need an extra boost of health and this beautiful glass of green goodness is the best way to get it. Finishing this smoothie is seriously one of the most amazing, empowering feelings as you know that you’ve just taken in everything that your body needs and that you’re treating yourself with so much sef-love, which is so important for a healthy happy attitude. If you’re new to healthy eating and are yet to try a green smoothie.

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