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How Vitamin D Deficiency is Related to Bladder Cancer

 According to recent studies, vitamin D deficiency is closely linked to developing bladder cancer. An individual who has low vitamin D can develop some very serious health problems. The most common ones include cardiovascular disease, autoimmune conditions and cognitive impairment.

My Discovery of Love

“Love has nothing to do with what you are expecting to get — only with what you are expecting to give — which is everything.” Have a great Monday everyone!

Comprehensive Details About Internet Addiction Test (IAT)

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Chaga Mint and Mango Smoothie

Mango is probably the most and widely consumed fruit in the world.Mango’s are not only rich in taste but also extremely healthy! Referred often as the “king of fruits” as it could be beneficial with cancer prevention. Research has also shown that its antioxidant compounds can provide protection against colon, breast, leukemia and prostate cancers. …

Why Should You Take a Step for Community Gardening?

Community gardening is such gardening which is performed at a certain area in the community with the help of people. Many interested people participate in such activates which would be useful for them. This will be beneficial for the whole community in that means. But have you ever thought about starting a community garden? If not then now you must take some healthy measurements to make it happen. How gardening is beneficial for you and how it can give you benefits is a new story of wisdom.

4 Step To Buying The most effective Hearing Aid

 Exactly what is the best hearing aids? That's a concern specialists in the hearing industry hear rather usually.

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Don't Get Parkinson's Disease

No body wan'ts Parkinson's disease, and modern medicine hasn't come up with any very effective cures. The good news is that some real foods that you eat now may help cut your risk of developing this nasty disease.  

Being Mindful this Holiday Season

I don’t know about you but Halloween usually marks the beginning of the end for me. The beginning of making bad food choices until the New Year. It starts with Halloween candy, moves on to pumpkin and pecan pie then Christmas where friends and family adorn us with their best cookies, fudge and other holiday treats. It’s a trifecta… a trifecta of temptation testing my ability to eat well on a daily basis.
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