As long as I can remember I always wanted to be a doctor.
Growing up, it seemed that everyone in my family was associated with medicine. My uncles and cousins were always visiting patients, performing surgery, or getting medical degrees.
When my favorite uncle bought me a child size physician’s bag, I followed him everywhere, even to patients’ houses.
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What if I told you there’s a device that can lower your blood pressure, improve your hand-eye coordination, build strength, and help you relax…and you can buy it at a local store for less than $3.00?
I know what you’re thinking, “That’s impossible.”
But I’m sure you’re wondering what it is. Well get ready, because I think it’s going to surprise you. In fact, you might already have one! It is…
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I have a very simple test I’d like you to try out.
It won’t take much time – and it may seem a little unusual – but it’s really important.
And you’ll be SHOCKED by what it means for your health.
Here’s what I want you to do:
Sit down on the ground and then stand back up.
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When you go to the doctor to check your cholesterol, it’s important to know the difference between good cholesterol (HDL) and bad cholesterol (LDL).
Here are 10 tips to increase good cholesterol, which can help to keep your heart and arteries healthy.
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We have all heard this before; “Lower Cholesterol at All Costs!” and yet, you probably also have heard that fatty foods are not as lethal for you and your health after all. Both statements make sense, once you understand what cholesterol really is, and what it does to you.
Simply put, cholesterol is a waxy fat-like substance that is carried in the blood. Cholesterol is naturally produced by your body, and also introduced through dietary sources such as cheese and egg yolks. It is essential for a variety of cell and body functions.
However, there are two types of cholesterol:
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We all know that good sleep is critical to maintain a healthy life and, especially, to keep your body and mind going all day. Multiple studies have shown that sleeping at least 8 hours per night boosts your immune system, improves cognitive functions and brings a variety of health benefits.
On the other hand, sleep disruptions can lead us to feeling tired during the day and not being able to focus.
Below, are 4 tips to improve your sleep.
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