What are Good Fats and Bad Fats?

Fat is an essential nutritional factor to your dietary system. Fat provides energy and has functions similar to that of protein and carbohydrates. Certain vitamin groups require sufficient amount of fats to get dissolved in the blood stream. But excessive fat may lead to weight gain. Foods and oils contain fats in a certain amount which makes it clear whether the fats are good or…

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Simple and Easy Ways to Reduce Water Pollution

Water pollution is a result of human activity which has led to contamination of water bodies with chemicals, plastic residue, oil, grease, waste products and so many other things. The water bodies in any country include lakes, rivers, seas, oceans and ponds. There are notions among certain people that when certain contaminants come in contact with water, those contaminants disappear which is a plain myth….

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE: 5 KEYS TO A LONGER LIFE

We all want to know the secret of how to live longer and healthier, and different measures confuse us. But what we should remember that there’s no short-cut to gain a healthy lifestyle, but there have to be sufficient steps to increase the longevity of your life. A healthy lifestyle consists of various factors, that are easy to be achieved when you practice some essentials…

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Best 8 Foods for Healthiest Women Every Day

Women have the superpowers to perform multi-tasking effortlessly, but while coping with the demand of family and work, it becomes a hard task for women to maintain a healthy diet for themselves. However, with the right food, women can maintain a healthy life and manage their mood, while boosting their energy levels.As we know, women require fewer calories than men, but their requirement for the…

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What is COP25? Why should we listen to them?

I hope all of you are keeping their immunity routine up and running as we battle the COVID19. A mild workout routine within your respective living space is also recommended. While the above is a request and a recommendation, we always wonder where these recommendations come from! Who made up the rules for this disease? Why should we even bother to listen to them? After…

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Life in China During the Rise, Spread, and Fall of Coronavirus

A personal account of life in China during COVID-19 and how we’ve reached the new normal Over a few short months, COVID-19 has evolved from an obscure virus to a full-blown global pandemic that has now spread to every continent, with the exception of Antarctica. Citizens around the world are falling into panic mode as governments sound alarms to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Meanwhile, in China, the…

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The 40-Year-Old Therapist Who Is Sick With the Virus

A new series about how this pandemic affects our lives, our loved ones, our work, and our way of life Katherine Zwick is a 40-year-old therapist from Santa Cruz, California. After attending a conference in New York earlier this month she started experiencing a sore throat and periods of fatigue. On Monday she was diagnosed with coronavirus. I started having symptoms, not particularly publicized symptoms, of…

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20 Reasons To Try Organic Sulfur

Health expert Hesh Goldstein is a big advocate of organic sulfur (OS). Here are Hesh’s 19 top reasons to take it as a daily supplement: Nutrients 1. Organic sulfur is not a drug or prescription medicine. It is actually a nutrient, or a food that the body can consume. Enzyme Production 2. It increases enzyme production within the glands in the body, substantially increasing overall resistance to…

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The Simplest Way to Spot Coronavirus Misinformation on Social Media

A digital literacy expert shares his method If you were on Twitter Monday, there’s a solid chance you ran across the tweet below, imploring readers not to use hand sanitizer to guard against the coronavirus. In less than a day, it was retweeted nearly 100,000 times and racked up a quarter of a million likes. It was probably seen by millions, and its central message…

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