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Bloats, Stress and IBS

So I’ve suffered from Irritable bowel syndrome as far back as I can remember, as a child, I called it ‘my pain’. Of course back then we didn’t know what it was, it was just something that happened to me sometimes and was one by the next day with no lasting effects. 998 more words


Zombie Weed in Afgahnistan

I am in Afghanistan with an old friend. We are in a busy marketplace and people are zipping past us on bicycles. Why I’m in Afghanistan, I have no idea. 651 more words


Good Carbs, Bad Carbs – How to Make The Right Choices

Carbs are highly controversial these days. The dietary guidelines suggest that we get about half of our calories from carbohydrates.

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The Impact of Diabetes in America

A Louisiana native, Nicholas (Nick) Rauber, DDS, currently practices at the Aesthetic Dentistry Group. In addition to his career as a dentist, Dr. Nicholas Rauber leads Swollfest, a nonprofit event he founded to raise vital funding for a variety of charitable initiatives, particularly diabetes education and research. 134 more words

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20 Disturbing Fast Food Facts that Will Change Your Diet Forever

Quickly made, quickly served, quickly eaten. That’s fast food in six simple words, although in reality, perhaps badly made, poorly served, quickly eaten is a more appropriate summary. 191 more words


Natural Cough Remedy

Ever have a cough that just irritated you? Didn’t want to take traditional medicines?

There is a natural substance to help with respiratory disorders such as a cough. 162 more words


Working out: The Internal Benefits

Working out our muscles and increasing our heart rate has long been shown to be advantageous.  We are encouraged to get a workout in each day to improve our life expectancy, reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, and overall become healthier.   516 more words