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3 Superfoods for Super Energy

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3 Superfoods for Super Energy

Energy does not come in a bottle or from a cup of coffee. The energy to move around and stay productive in everyday life comes from the healthy foods that you eat. If you eat the right foods, you will get the right energy. Here are three superfoods that will boost your energy levels the…

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Can Drinking Darker Coffee Improve Your Health?

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Can Drinking Darker Coffee Improve Your Health?

Coffee beans are the seeds of the “cherries” that grown on coffee trees. Thick with waxy, dark green leaves and capable of growing to 30 feet in height, coffee trees need one year of growth before coffee beans can be cultivated from mature cherries. All coffee beans that are harvested from coffee trees retain the…

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Why NJ Seniors Prefer Home Care

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Why NJ Seniors Prefer Home Care

When New Jersey residents grow older, they often need additional assistance, which wasn’t necessary in their younger years. Many Garden State seniors are fortunate to have friends and family nearby to help when needed. But even though they’re willing to help, many seniors are hesitant to ask for help, fearing they’re “taking advantage” of them.…

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New Breakthrough in Alzheimer’s Disease

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New Breakthrough in Alzheimer's Disease

Hanna Leighton writes for www.accessrx.com where you can learn whether it is safe to buy from canadian online pharmacies.   In a trial of 16 patients, a drug to treat immune system disorders halted the progress of Alzheimer’s disease. The three-year long trial has broken ground in the fight against this disease that wreaks havoc…

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How The Eyes Could Be The Key To A New Test For Alzheimer’s Disease

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How The Eyes Could Be The Key To A New Test For Alzheimer's Disease

New research published in the Journal of the American Aging Association has revealed that they key to accurate and early Alzheimer’s diagnosis could be a simple eye tracking test, according to researchers at Lancaster University. Working in conjunction with the Royal Preston Hospital and Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, the Lancaster team have exposed…

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