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Bloating is one of the most bothersome stomach problems, familiar to practically everybody in the world. People’s description of this symptom might vary, but the main concern is always the same: the feeling of increased pressure in the abdomen. It can be associated with many other stomach issues like irritable bowel syndrome, but it can come independently after a heavy meal or with the wrong diet
The basics of a healthy lifestyle seem to get stuck in our memory and become accepted truths. When your bathroom scale shows a higher number than you’re used to, all of these truths pop up in your mind. You believe that they could help you get back in shape: jogging in the morning, having meals at the same time, avoiding sweets, drinking a lot of water.
The scary fact about cancer is that there is no definite reason why it happens. But as per several researches avoiding some habits can keep you safe from the disease.
There's a very simple way to improve several health issues, and it's as easy as eating a bowl of oatmeal. For instance, oats can actually treat some common skin problems, like eczema and acne. But how? A large variety of trace elements and vitamins can be found in oatmeal. Things such as magnesium, zinc, and manganese help cleanse the skin and remove toxins and other harmful agents. But this is j
As we grow older we face certain changes in the condition of our skin, such as age spots, wrinkles, and fine lines. Some of these changes are caused by the natural aging process (intrinsic aging) and we can’t do much about it. We can, however, influence the other type of aging (extrinsic aging), which is caused by our environment and lifestyle.
We seem perpetually unhappy with wherever our body chooses to store its lipids. Pop music keeps telling us we should exercise enough to get "little in the middle" while maintaining, as they say, "much back." Countless workouts promise to target only “problem areas.”

The Kardashians move it from their stomachs to their butts, while others take it from their thighs and stick it in their breasts
Planet Earth is humankind’s biggest experiment. From the moment we figured out how to use fire and altered the land through farming, humanity turned the planet into an immense, long-term experiment of what happens when we tinker with the types and quantities of gases in the atmosphere.
A salad a day may keep dementia away, as a new research suggests that eating vegetable salad every day could help stave-off dementia by boosting memory. According to Express.co.uk, the findings suggest that eating about one serving per day of green, leafy vegetables may be linked to a slower rate of brain aging - the equivalent of keeping our brain 11 years younger.

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