Author: Humphrey

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What if you eat too many proteins?

A hyperprotectic diet can cause liver and kidney damage: it can often also be a risk factor for osteoporosis in postmenopausal women. What if you eat too many proteins? Very often, a diet free...

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Dentistry Trends

Dentistry is always changing as new technological breakthroughs enter the clinics, offering patients quicker, easier and more effective treatment. Adults surveyed revealed that when it comes to attractiveness, their smiles come second place in...

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A Comprehensive Guide to Kratom

Also called Mitragyna Speciosa, Kratom is recognized as a psychoactive herbal remedy for a variety of ailments. It was first discovered in Indonesia back in the 19th century. It came to light that the...

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10 Things to know about sunscreen

It should also be set if the sky is cloudy and re-applied at least every 2 or 4 hours: light and water can lower its effectiveness. The sunscreen is the screen you need to...

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Tips for strengthening and growth of hair

Now there are a lot of cosmetics and masks on the shelves of our stores, but I prefer using the means our grandmothers used.They knew how to call themselves.In the preservation of beauty they...

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4 Insomnia Treatments to Implement

One of the most common things that people complain about is their inability to sleep. With fast-paced lifestyles and excessive competition, there are lots of things that can cause stress in your life. Therefore,...

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Healthy and hearty winter recipes

Theres been a definite change in the weather recently, and summer appears to be over for another year, so instead of lamenting the loss of warm days and long, sunny evenings, its time to...

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University of Reading Researches Clinical Trials

Clinical research is conducted by pharmaceutical companies and medical faculties at universities worldwide. Most research is focused on creating and improving medicines, but the University of Reading is taking a different approach in that...