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  • Embarrassing Foot Problems: Solved

    If you’d rather wear Army boots in the 100-degree summer heat than show your bare feet in public, read on…

    You can fix your smelly, calloused, fungal feet with safe, easy home remedies. There’s no need to set foot in an expensive salon or podiatr...

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  • Clear Away Dangerous Brain Proteins to Stop Alzheimer’s

    If you thought losing a night of sleep here and there was nothing more than a nuisance, think again. Sleep deprivation—even on occasion—could cause Alzheimer’s disease.

    Not one, but three recent studies show how missing out on sleep causes big ...

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  • A Sweet Way to Prevent Cancer?

    There’s nothing like sinking your teeth into a juicy, sweet piece of fresh pineapple on a hot summer day. Just one bite takes me back to family vacations to Florida in an instant.

    This fruit is so delicious, it can rival sugar-filled desserts any...

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  • Safe, Natural Way to Get Rid of Excess Ear Wax

    If you wear a hearing aid, I commend you for admitting your ears could use the extra help. I recently learned that only about 13% of Americans who could benefit from a hearing aid actually use one.1!--more--

    Now that you have it, make sure you ...

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  • Ginger Is a Weight Loss Superstar

    For such an ugly, knobby root, ginger sure packs a ton of healthy punches. It can help tame blood sugar, ease indigestion, and soothe muscle aches.1 But perhaps most exciting of all is ginger’s weight loss power.!--more--

    People have been eating ...

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  • Protect Your Blood Vessels for Optimal Health

    You may not give much thought to your blood vessels. But they are our unsung health heroes. Each of us has 100,000 miles of blood vessels running through our body. Some are less than half the diameter of a strand of hair.1

    When you do think about...

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  • Blueberries Might be Key in Keeping Your Smarts

    One of the best things about spring and summer is the abundance of fresh-picked fruit. Among my favorites are blueberries.

    Sure, they are delicious. But research shows blueberries may be just about the healthiest food you can eat.!--more--

    One r...

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  • Aloe: It’s Not Just for Sunburn Anymore

    Aloe is a great topical cure for sunburn. But did you know you can take aloe orally to solve many other health issues?!--more--

    Blood Sugar

    A Japanese study showed aloe compounds, called phytosterols, can lower blood sugar. The researchers said...

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  • The Problem With Tea

    Almost every list of superfoods I’ve seen lists tea as a miracle-worker for your health. It has tons of antioxidants, which fight cancer, Alzheimer’s, and heart disease. Tea has even been shown to burn fat and lower blood sugar.1

    But there’s a bi...

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  • Ditch Your CPAP Machine

    My dear friend’s husband has sleep apnea. So do 22 million other Americans.1

    She told me he doesn’t use his continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine. That’s the machine doctors usually prescribe to sleep apnea patients to help regulate ...

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