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  1. US adults living alone may face higher risk of cancer death; the risk is higher, 38%, for men compared to a 30% higher risk for women; these people are more likely to be non-Hispanic old men with serious distress or severe obesity, smoke cigarettes, consume alcohol, and have low incomes.
  2. People who never smoked, follow a healthy diet, are adequately physically active, and consume only moderate alcohol, have a mean life expectancy that is 11.1 years longer than those who practice none of these healthy life behaviors.
  3. The typical 65 year old today will live to age 85; about one out of every three 65 year old will live until at least age 90; and about one out of seven 65 year old will live until at least age 95.
  4. In 1965 the average U.S. life span was 70.2 years, and in 2011 it was 77.9 years; for someone born in 2009, it's expected to be 78.2; the average American lives to an age between 75 and 80. At age 60, an American man can expect to reach 82; a woman, 85. An American at 65 can expect to live 20 more years. A typical 65-year-old American today will live to age 83, one in four 65-year-olds will live to age 90, and one in ten 65-year-olds will live to age 95. One out of three men and 1 in 2 women in their mid-50s will live to 90.
  5. Stanford study revealed that life expectancy data from the past 50 years shows that people who survive to age 65 are continuing to live longer than their parents, and found that human lifespans increase by three years with every generation.
  6. Harvard study, almost 80 years old, has proved that embracing community helps people live longer, and be happier; the findings showed that people's relationships and how happy they are in relationships have a powerful influence on their health; and close relationships, more than money or fame, are what keep people happy throughout their lives.
  7. Number of people lived longer is increased rapidly; in 1950 4.5 million people lived over 80 years; there were 200.1 million people lived over 80 years in 2020; and there will be 394.7 million people in 2050.
  8. Today, there are more than 200,000 centennial (aged over 100) persons, and 66 people are over 110. The oldest persons in history were Jeanne Calment (1875–1997, 122 years, 164 days), Shigechiyo Izumi (1865–1986, 120 years, 237 days), and Christian Mortensen (1882–1998, 115 years, 252 days).
  9. A man reaching age 65 today can expect to live, on average, until age 84.3. A woman turning age 65 today can expect to live, on average, until age 86.6. Those are just averages; about one out of every four 65-year-olds today will live past age 90, and one out of 10 will live past age 95. - Life Expectancy Calculator.
  10. Intelligence quotient (IQ) tests are made to have an average score of 100. Psychologists revise the test every few years in order to maintain 100 as the average. Approximately two-thirds of the population scoring between IQ 85 and IQ 115 and about 2 percent each above 130 and below 70. IQ scores between 90 and 109 indicate a “normal or average intelligence” or “higher average” while scores between 110 and 119 are indicative of a “superior intelligence” or “above average.” Anyone scoring between 120 and 140 in their IQ test would be classified as having a “superior intelligence” or being “gifted”; specially, 115 to 129: above average or bright, 130 to 144: moderately gifted, 145 to 159: highly gifted; and 160 to 179: exceptionally gifted.
  11. Even if you don't plan to receive monthly Medicare benefits, be sure to sign up for Medicare three months before turning age 65. If you don't sign up for Medicare Part B (medical insurance, which helps pay for services from doctors and other health care providers, outpatient care, home health care, durable medical equipment, and some preventive services) when you're first eligible, your coverage may not start right away and you may have to pay a late environment penalty for as long you have it. Once you decide on the best age for you to actually retire, you need to complete your application three months before the month in which you want retirement benefits to begin.
  12. On average, life expectancy for the U.S. population in 2015 was 78.8 years, a decrease of 0.1 year from 2014; women can expect to live longer than men -- 81.2 years vs. 76.3 years. From 2014 to 2015, age-adjusted death rates increased for 8 of 10 leading causes of death and decreased for 1. The rate increased 0.9% (over 633,000 deaths in 2015, up from a little more than 614,000 in 2014) for heart disease, 2.7% for chronic lower respiratory diseases, 6.7% for unintentional injuries (over 146,000 in 2015 from slightly more than 136,000 in 2014), 3.0% for stroke, 15.7% for Alzheimer’s disease, 1.9% for diabetes, 1.5% for kidney disease, and 2.3% for suicide (rose to 44,193 from 42,773 in 2014). The rate decreased by 1.7% for cancer (595,000 deaths in 2015). The rate for influenza and pneumonia did not change significantly. Life expectancy at age 65 did not fail in 2015, this indicates that the diseases behind the lower life expectancy occur in middle age or younger; at 65, male Americans can expect to live 18 more years, while women survive an average of 20.6 more years. The US ranks 28th out of 43 OECD countries. The world's highest life expectancy is in Japan, people there live, on average, to 83.7 years, which is followed by Switzerland and Spain on 83.3. The world's lowest life expectancy is in Sierra Leone, at 50.1 years.
  13. Walking briskly for about an hour a day can counteracts the effects of weight-promoting genes, helps tame a sweet tooth, reduces the risk of developing breast cancer, eases joint pain, and boosts immune function. Regular walking may lower your risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes, strengthen your bones and muscles, and help you maintain a healthy weight and lift your mood.
  14. Walking moderately can reduce 51 calories every 10 minutes for a person weighing 150 lbs (68kgs) while running a mile for 10 minutes will help lose 115 calories.
  15. Walking can prolong life; 2 miles (3.2 km) daily reduce by 50% the risk of dying, and 2.5 times the risk of having cancer and heart disease.
  16. People who got up and moved around for at least two minutes every hour had a 33 percent lower risk of dying.
  17. Taking daily walks of at least two miles can reduce hospitalizations from severe episodes of a life-threatening breathing disorder and may help fight chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which claims about 134,000 lives annually.
  18. Physical exercise helps you stay healthier longer, enjoy life more, reduce negative thoughts and emotions, get a good night’s sleep, boosts brainpower, lower physiological reactivity toward stress, decrease stress hormones, reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, and the risk of developing health conditions (e.g.; heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, and obesity), increase confidence, improve cardiorespiratory fitness, build strong bones and muscles, control weight, and maintain a healthy glow and a smile.
  19. Physical activity reduces many major mortality risk factors including arterial hypertension, diabetes mellitus type 2, dyslipidemia, coronary heart disease, stroke, and cancer. All-cause mortality is decreased by about 30% to 35% in physically active as compared to inactive subjects.
  20. Sixty percent of American adults do less than 30 minutes of moderate activity three time a week.
  21. Women who walked for at least two hours or more each week were less likely to suffer a stroke than those who do not.
  22. Genes have little effect on Life Expectations. Controlling heart disease risk factors, like smoking, cholesterol, blood pressure and diabetes, pays off in a more vigorous old age and a longer life. And it seems increasingly likely that education plays a major role in health and Life Expectations.
  23. Physical activities, such as weight lifting, hiking, swimming, 10 minutes of brisk, moderate walking three times a day, three 10-minute blocks of cycling, and 30 minutes a day of biking or stationary cycling, can help you maintain a healthy weight, and prevent and control many diseases, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, gallstones, breathing problems, and certain cancers.
  24. Regular physical exercise helps the body to deliver oxygen and nutrients to tissues in a more efficient way, and it may be the most effective weapon against aging.
  25. Regular physical activity tends to lower the risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, some forms of cancer, and depression; 2.5 hours of moderate exercise per week can help reduce the risk of these diseases.
  26. Physical activity, such as walking and cycling, can have substantial health benefits. Physical inactivity causes 1 in 10 deaths worldwide.
  27. Taking a dip in a tub of cold water after exercising may prevent muscle soreness.
  28. Inactive people are at increased risk of developing heart disease and Type 2 diabetes.
  29. Exercise may help to keep the brain robust in people who have an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
  30. Exercise daily, don't smoke and control your blood pressure can significantly reduce heart attack and stroke.
  31. Regular exercise helps your body to deliver oxygen and nutrients to tissues in a more efficient way; it sends oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and helps your cardiovascular system work more efficiently.
  32. People who exercised daily are less likely to develop lung cancer and colorectal cancers than the least active people.
  33. People who exercise five or more days per week not only have less colds, but have a lower incidence of cold symptoms.
  34. The men who did exercise 15 hours or more a week often have a significantly higher sperm concentration than those who worked out less than 5 hours a week.
  35. The average healthy person walks 9,000 steps a day, by the age 70 she/he eventually walks about 460,000 miles totally.
  36. Physical exercise will help the heart pump more blood, send more oxygen and nutrients to the brain, and boost the immune system; these help to prevent illnesses like diabetes, Alzheimer’s, obesity, and heart disease.
  37. Women who spend a lot of time exercising or eat a heart-healthy diet appear to reach menopause earlier.
  38. The more you exercise, the better your body handles blood sugar and insulin, which results in warding off diabetes.
  39. Getting 160 minutes of physical exercise each week may increase your overall sleep time by 1.25 hours each night.
  40. Tai chi eased painful joints and other symptoms of fibromyalgia. Tai chi combines meditation with slow, gentle movements, deep breathing and relaxation. It can improve muscle strength, balance, sleep, coordination and fibromyalgia.
  41. A study published by the aircraft-maker Boeing shows that its employees who retire at 55 live to, on average, 83; however, those who retire at 65 only last, on average, another 18 months. In general, life expectation after 65 for higher professionals (e.g.; doctors, engineers, lawyers) are between 84 (male) and 87 (female), and lower professionals (e.g.; nurses, teachers) are around 83 (male) and 86 (female); for intermediate staff (e.g.; technicians, secretaries, clerks) and people doing small businesses, their life expectations after 65 are 83 (male) and 85 (female); 82 (male) and 84 (female) for people doing semi-routine jobs (e.g.; electricians, plumbers); 81 (male) and 85 (female) for people doing farm and construction work; and 80 (male) and 83 (female) for people doing full-routine work (e.g.; cleaners, laborers). Another study also shows that between 1950 and 2010, the additional remaining years expected after age 65 increase by 4.9 years for males and 5.3 years for females in the U.S.
  42. The world's tallest man today is 36-year-old Leonid Stadnyk (Ukraine), 8 feet 5 inches tall. The second tallest one is 59-year-old Bao Xishun (Inner Mongolia), 7 feet 9 inches tall.
  43. The world's shortest man is 20-year-old He Pingping (Inner Mongolia); he stands only 74.1 centimeters (26 inches) and weighs 15.4 pounds (7 kilograms).
  44. The world's tallest family is the Trapp family living in Minnesota (US), as of April 2022 the family's average height is 6 feet, 8 inches. The tallest member of the family is the youngest sibling, 22, who stands at 7 feet, 3 inches; the 27-year-old sister and the 24-year-old sister stand at 6-feet, 6-inches tall and at 6-feet, 8-inches tall, respectively; the father is 6-feet, 8-inches tall; and the mom is the shortest at 6 feet, 3 inches.
  45. The tallest married couple ever recorded was Anna Haining Swan who was 7’11” tall and Martin Van Buren Bates who was 7’9" tall, their wedding was held at St. Martin-in-the-Fields in London, England in 1865, where thousands attended the spectacle to witnesses the marriage of two giants with a combined height of 15 feet and 8 inches. The next tallest married couple recorded in 2016 in China was Sun Mingming (7'9" tall) and his wife Xu Yan (6'2" tall) with a combined height of nearly 13 feet and 11 inches.
  46. Steps that will help you live to 100 and beyond:
    • Avoid stress to reduce risk of stroke and heart attack.
    • Be physically active every day to keep body and mind fit.
      • Sport, running, walking and other physical effects should be included in daily activities
    • Eat a healthy diet rich in whole grains, lean protein, vegetables, and fruits.
      • Eat when you feel famished
      • Reduce or avoid unhealthy saturated fats and trans fats.
      • Avoid unhealthy foods like red and processed meats, sugar-sweetened beverages, trans fat, and sodium.
      • Use healthier monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats.
      • Eat healthy foods like vegetables, fruits, nuts, whole grains, healthy fats, and omega-3 fatty acids.
    • Be sure to get enough vitamin D and calcium.
    • Don’t smoke.
    • Moderate alcohol intake (5-15 grams per day for women, and 5-30 grams per day for men)
      • One drink a day (an 8 oz. serving of wine or beer) can help keep your heart healthy and your brain sharp
    • Maintain a healthy weight and body shape.
      • Keep body mass index (BMI) between 18.5 and 24.9.
    • Sleeping well and enough
      • Sleep 7 hours each night
      • Go to sleep when you feel sleepy
      • Wash with cool water before going to bed
    • Stay away from too much TV
    • Challenge your mind.
    • Volunteer to make a difference in your community and give back to a cause that you believe in.
      • Live with a higher sense of purpose – either through faith, religion, or community service
    • Build a strong social network and maintain a healthy social life
      • Keep in touch with friends.
    • Protect your sight, hearing and general health by following preventive care guidelines.
    • Floss, brush, and see a dentist regularly.
    • Discuss with your doctor whether you need any medicine to help you stay healthy
      • Take medicines to control high blood pressure, treat osteoporosis or lower cholesterol.
  47. Genotoxic carcinogenic acrylamide, a cancer-causing substance, was detected in more than 95 per cent of instant coffee, coffee beans, capsules and powder. Acrylamide is a chemical used primarily to make substances called polyacrylamide and acrylamide copolymers, which are used in many industrial processes (e.g.; the production of paper, dyes, and plastics), and in consumer products (e.g.; caulking, food packaging, and some adhesives). It is also a pollutant produced from free amino acids and by reducing sugars in food at high temperatures. The major food sources of acrylamide are French fries and potato chips; crackers, bread, and cookies; breakfast cereals; canned black olives; prune juice; and coffee. Prolonged exposure to high doses of acrylamide potentially increases the risk of cancer. Recent studies in rodent models have found that acrylamide exposure increases the risk for several types of cancer. However, a large number of epidemiologic studies (both case-control and cohort studies) in humans have found no consistent evidence that dietary acrylamide exposure is associated with the risk of any type of cancer.
  48. Papaya leaf is used for a variety of culinary and medicinal purposes. It is used as a vegetable, for dressing wounds, the fine paste is used for jaundice, its infusion is used for gonorrhea and urinary complaints, in colic, vermifuge, beriberi, fever, abortion, its smoke is used for asthma. Papaya leaf extracts contain numerous compounds that can provide some benefits against some types of cancer, may stop the growth of a variety of bacteria and increase platelet count in patients with dengue fever as well as help to clean out the digestive tract, removing parasites and worms, and improve general health and vitality. Papaya is wealthy in fiber; however, its leaves at high doses may cause stomach irritation and torment, increase stomach gas and chafe the stomach.
  49. Contact lens is one of several effective methods people use to see better without affecting their appearance or interfering with many sports and activities. Around 45 million people in the U.S. wear contact lenses, of which 66% are female. The average age of contact lens wearers worldwide is 31 years old, and around 8% of contact lens wearers are under 18 years old, 17% are between ages 18-24, and 75% of adults age 25 and older wear contacts. There are some complications and risk factors (e.g.; serious eye infections that can lead to blindness) for lens wearers failing to follow proper contact lens care instructions. In the U.S. serious eye infections affect associated with contact lenses up to 1 out of every 500 contact lens users per year, and lead to 1 million lens wearers to visit doctors or hospitals annually. The outbreak of Fusarium keratitis associated with soft hydrophilic contact lens wear in 2005 and 2006 has primarily been associated with Bausch & Lomb ReNu MoistureLoc and MultiPlus multipurpose contact lens disinfecting solutions.
  50. Women were more likely to be diagnosed with mental illness than men (23 percent of women versus 16.9 percent of men), and the rate of mental illness was more than twice as likely in young adults (18 to 25) than people older than 50.
  51. If you started troubling memory loss, difficulty completing routine tasks or confusion, such as momentarily forgetting where your office is, missing standing appointments, becoming confused in your field of expertise, regularly forgetting paying bills, or becoming disoriented in a system you had once mastered, you may have Alzheimer’s.
  52. People with lots of close friends and family around will likely live a lot longer than lonesome people.
  53. Adults with pre-diabetes who lost 7% of their body weight can reduce their risk of diabetes by 58%
  54. Poor general health and depression were linked to sleep disturbances and tiredness.
  55. Men who are heavy overweight or obese during late adolescence may be more than twice as likely to develop colorectal cancer by middle age.
  56. People who are overweight or obese have a higher risk of high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, and other health problems.
  57. Obese women have four times as many unplanned pregnancies as healthy-weight women despite having less sex, and obese men are more likely to have sexual diseases despite fewer partners.
  58. Obesity and inactivity may account for around 30 percent of major cancers, including cancers of colon, post-menopausal breast, endometrium, kidney, and esophagus.
  59. Overweight people often tend to have diabetes, heart disease, and other life-shortening conditions.
  60. If you are watching too much TV, lacking physical activity, unchecking depression, ignoring snoring, ignoring high blood pressure, not regularly cleaning teeth, withdrawing from the world, smoking, drinking (too much) alcohol, overeating, eating (too much) red meat and salty food, and/or avoiding eating fruits and vegetables, you will have cardiovascular disease at some times in your lifetime.
  61. High school dropouts have a life expectancy that is 9.2 years shorter than high school graduates.
  62. Tans are caused by harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the Sun or tanning lamps; indoor tanning can lead to premature skin aging (e.g.; wrinkles, lax skin, brown spots), as well as skin cancer.
  63. Tanning beds are not the only place where you can find harmful UVA radiations; the heat lamp at nail salons may be just as harmful as the tanning bed.
  64. Use of cleaning products may be at higher breast cancer risk.
  65. Nearly every reusable bag is found dirty with amounts of bugs. Coliform bacteria, found from raw-meat or uncooked-food contamination, was half of the bags, and E.coli was found in 12 percent of the bags.
  66. The human body is 61.8 percent water by weight. Protein accounts for 16.6 percent, fat 14.9 percent, and nitrogen 3.3 percent. The remaining3.4% is for other elements.
  67. Dehydration can cause body weakness. Difficulty focusing on the computer screen, short-term memory problems and trouble with basic math can be caused by a mere 2% drop in body water. At around 5% to 6% water loss, one may become groggy or sleepy, experience headaches or nausea, and may feel tingling in one's limbs (paresthesia). With 10% to 15% fluid loss, muscles may become spastic, skin may shrivel and wrinkle (decreased skin turgor), vision may dim, urination will be greatly reduced and may become painful, and delirium may begin. Losses greater than 15% are usually fatal.
  68. Water is indeed essential for all life, on, in, and above the Earth. Each day humans must consume a certain amount of water to survive. Water is essential for health and is necessary for numerous bodily functions, such as temperature regulation, cellular function, and waste removal. Our bodies contain a lot of water; the brain and heart are composed of 73% water, the lungs are about 83% water, the skin contains 64% water, muscles and kidneys are 79%, and even the bones contain 31% water. Generally, 60% of an adult’s weight, and 78% of a newborn’s weight, is body fluid. In other words, the body of a 155 lbs (70 kgs) man contains about 11.1 gallons (42 liters) of water. Different people have different percentages of their bodies made up of water. Babies and kids have more water (as a percentage) than adults; babies have the most, being born at about 78%; by one year of age, that amount drops to about 65%. Women have less water than men (as a percentage); about 60% of male bodies are water, and about 55% of female bodies were made of water. People with more fatty tissue have less water than people with less fatty tissue (as a percentage). Generally, a male adult needs about 3 liters (3.2 quarts, or 15.5 cups) per day while a female adult needs about 2.2 liters (2.3 quarts, or 11.5 cups) daily. All of the water a person needs does not have to come from drinking liquids, as some of this water is contained in the food we eat. Every day, we lose water through our breath, perspiration, urine and bowel movements, which is why it’s important to continue to take in water throughout the day.
  69. About 47% Americans have at least 1 of 3 key risk factors for heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and smoking. High blood pressure happens when the pressure of the blood in your arteries and other blood vessels is too high. You can lower your blood pressure with lifestyle changes or with medicine to reduce your risk for heart disease and heart attack. Eating a diet high in saturated fats, trans fat, and cholesterol has been linked to heart disease. Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance made by the liver or found in certain foods. The extra cholesterol can build up in the walls of the arteries, including those of the heart. This leads to narrowing of the arteries and can decrease the blood flow to the heart, brain, kidneys, and other parts of the body. Cigarette smoking can damage the heart and blood vessels, which increases your risk for heart conditions such as atherosclerosis and heart attack.
  70. The more you drink, the higher your chances are of developing high blood pressure. Drinking too much alcohol can raise blood pressure to unhealthy levels. If you have high blood pressure, avoid alcohol or drink alcohol only in moderation - 2 drinks a day for men younger than age 65; 1 drink a day for men age 65 and older; and 1 drink a day for women of any age - Continued alcohol use across several days creates a more sustained rise in blood pressure.
  71. Drinking three glasses of milk a day was associated with a higher risk of premature death. Dairy consumption of milk may play a role in increased risk of asthma, Parkinson’s disease, and elevated blood pressure and canker sores. In general for women who drank more milk have higher rates of bone and hip fractures, heart disease, cancer, and premature death; men with higher milk consumption may have a higher risk of prostate cancer.
  72. For most people living in the United States, the typical lifespan is much longer than it was a few generations ago; in 1900's average life expectancy was 49 years, it’s almost 79 years today. Globally, life expectancy at birth in 2016 was 72.0 years (74.2 years for females and 69.8 years for males), ranging from 61.2 years in the Africa to 77.5 years in the Europe. As of 2019, 14 of the top 20 countries for life expectancy are in Europe, but East Asia tops the pile overall. The life expectancy in Spain, Switzerland, Italy, and Australia was over 83 years, and people born today in Japan and Singapore can expect to live to 84 years old. Afghanistan the only Asian country near the bottom, with a life expectancy of only 58. Babies born in neighboring South Africa in 2016 can expect to live to 62. Lesotho and the Central African Republic, which has been ravaged by civil war, have a life expectancy of only 50 years. Women outlive men in 195 countries out of 198 countries on average by 6 years; and in Russia, Lithuania and Belarus, women do so by 11 years.
  73. To have a longer and healthy life, you should not smoke. Not smoking is a pathway to a longer, healthier life. Smoking is one of the biggest causes of death and illness in the world. Smoking contributes to heart disease, osteoporosis, emphysema and other chronic lung problems, and stroke. Smoking causes around 7 out of every 10 cases of lung cancer. Smoking damages your heart and your blood circulation, increasing your risk of developing coronary heart disease,   heart attack, stroke, peripheral vascular disease (damaged blood vessels), and cerebrovascular disease.
  74. Healthful behaviors can help you stay active and healthy into your 60s, 70s, and beyond. The key to healthy aging is to engage fully in life mentally, physically, and socially. People born in the U.S. today can expect to live to an average age of about 79. A century ago, life expectancy was closer to 54. If you make it to age 65 today, the likelihood that you’ll make it to 85 is very high; and if you make it to 85, the likelihood that you’ll make it to 92 is very high. So people are living longer, and it’s happening across the globe.
  75. By applying a good sunscreen on your exposed skin to protect it from sun damage, you can slow early ageing.
  76. Years of wearing high heels can alter the anatomy of calf muscles and tendons. Women who wore heels had shorter calf muscle fibers than those who didn't wear heels.
  77. Bags under eyes, which include mild swelling, saggy or loose skin and dark circles, are usually a cosmetic concern and rarely a sign of a serious underlying medical condition. Several factors can lead to this, including fluid retention due to changes in weather (for example, hot, humid days), hormone levels or eating salty foods, not getting enough sleep, allergies or dermatitis, especially if puffiness is accompanied by redness and itching, and heredity (under-eye bags can run in families).
  78. Men with long index fingers have a lower risk of prostate cancer.
  79. The top 5 types that cause the most deaths in the United States annually are: tobacco: 480,000 + deaths, alcohol: 26,700 + deaths, prescription painkillers: 16,200 + deaths, and heroin: 8,200 + deaths.
  80. Being too skinny or too fat is unhealthy and can shorten life.
  81. Two-thirds of American adults are classified as either overweight or obese, and about one in three Americans develop some type of cancer during their life.
  82. 33% of American children (of which 40% of African American and Hispanic) are overweight or obese.
  83. People who are a low weight at birth and have unhealthy habits as adults, such as eating nutritionally poor diets or smoking, may have a greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes than people born at an average weight who live similar lifestyles.
  84. Avoiding tobacco and alcohol, doing physical activity and having a healthy diet, can reduce 30% of cancer and the heart disease.
  85. Heavy drinkers are likely to get cancer more than those who drink moderately or not at all.
  86. Heavy drinking may cause brain damage, high blood pressure and cholesterol levels, stroke, heart disease, pancreatic disease and liver disease.
  87. People who drank coffee (caffeinated or decaf) had a lower risk of dying from heart disease, respiratory disease, diabetes, and other medical complications than non-coffee drinkers; they often live longer than people who do not drink coffee.
  88. People who drink as little as a half cup or so of coffee or tea per day may lower brain cancer risk by as much as 34%.
  89. People who drink large amounts of orange juice or who eat a lot of grapefruit may be raising their risk of melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer.
  90. Soda addiction can damage teeth.
  91. Heavy drinking hampers youths' memory and learning; and can cause neurological damage.
  92. Coffee drinkers may be less likely to be hospitalized for heart rhythm disturbances.
  93. Drinking coffee may have a lower risk of diabetes, but may elevate cholesterol levels associated with the amount consumed and how the coffee is prepared.
  94. Drinking tea lowered low-density lipoprotein, the LDL "bad" cholesterol, and had no effect on high-density lipoprotein, the HDL "good" cholesterol
  95. High consumption of unfiltered coffee (boiled or espresso) has been associated with mild elevations in cholesterol levels, and two or more cups of coffee a day may increase the risk of heart disease.
  96. Coffee may have health benefits and may not pose health risks for many people. A number of studies have found that coffee is associated with a reduced risk of diabetes. Having a few more cups of coffee and running that extra mile each day can reduce a man's risk of dying of prostate cancer.
  97. People who regularly drink coffee have lower risks for liver disease and reduce incidence of liver cancer.
  98. Regular intake of coffee can reduce the risk of primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), which is a chronic, or long-term, disease that slowly damages the bile ducts inside and outside the liver.
  99. Coffee contained antioxidant compounds called polyphenols, which may help regulate blood sugar and prevent deadly blood clots.
  100. Coffee drinking is associated with a lower risk of depression among women, a lower risk of lethal prostate cancer among men, and a lower risk of stroke among men and women.
  101. Coffee, alcohol, smoking, weather, seasonal allergies, vitamin D, pregnancy, breast-feeding, hormones/ contraceptives, and cold/flu link to rheumatoid arthritis.
  102. Antioxidants in coffee, tea may not help prevent dementia, stroke.
  103. Alcohol, coffee, and smoking linked to increased high blood pressure (HBP), which linked to heart disease, stroke, and a shorter life expectancy. HBP symptoms that may occur include headache, fatigue, irregular heartbeat, nosebleed, confusion, ear noise or buzzing, and vision changes. However, most of the time, there are no symptoms.
  104. Most healthy adults can safely consume up to three eight-ounce cups of coffee (roughly 300 milligrams of caffeine) daily.
  105. A small glass of juice or small glass of soda a day is linked to increased risk of cancer - 100 ml, about a third of a typical can of soda - to an 18% increase in overall cancer risk and a 22% increase in risk for breast cancer; however, there is no link between diet beverages and cancer. Drinking two or more of any kind of artificially sweetened drink a day was linked to an increased risk of clot-based strokes, heart attacks and early death in women over 50.
  106. One energy drink (e.g.; Red Bull) may contain as much caffeine as 14 cans of caffeinated soda.
  107. Drinking one can (12-ounce) of soda daily may increase the risk of Type 2 diabetes by 22%.
  108. Diet soda may benefit the waistline, but people who drink it every day may have a heightened risk of heart attack and stroke.
  109. Consuming soybeans and soy-based products such as tofu benefits cardiovascular health, weight loss and the prevention of certain cancers, and certain components of soy might be linked to stimulating the growth of breast cancer cells
  110. Black tea, citrus consumption may lower ovarian cancer risk.
  111. Green tea has been touted for a number of health benefits, such as fighting heart disease and cancer.
  112. Men and women should drink no more than 14 units a week - equivalent to six pints of beer or seven glasses of wine. Drinking alcohol has a greater effect on the risks of several other cancers - including mouth, liver, breast and bowel; 'half a glass of wine every day' increases breast cancer risk. Eating a balanced diet and maintaining a healthy weight are important for reducing the risk of lots of diseases, including cancers.
  113. People who have two or more cups of green tea daily can reduce their cholesterol levels.
  114. Women veterinarians have double the risk of miscarriage
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  116. People who eat a lot of fiber every day may be less likely to die prematurely from a range of illnesses -- including heart disease, cancer and infection. The protective effect came mainly from cereal fiber in grains, not other sources of fiber such as fruits and vegetables.
  117. People who drank diet soda every day had a 61 percent higher risk of vascular events, including stroke and heart attack, than those who completely eschewed the diet drinks. Diet sodas might be also bad for your head.
  118. Cocoa with high levels of two antioxidants (epicatechin and catechin) can protect skin from sun damage, improve blood flow to skin cells, help hydration, and make the skin look and feel smoother.
  119. Salmon (along with other cold-water fish) is a great source of protein, one of the building blocks of great skin that can reduce wrinkles.
  120. Salmon, yellow peppers, oysters, eggs, sunflower seeds, sweet potatoes, avocados, and almonds can help your hair grow faster.
  121. People, who ate 3 ounces of red meat a day — whole or processed — have higher risk of cardiovascular and cancer mortality than those lowered their red meat consumption to no more than 1.5 ounces or less a day.
  122. Eating a small square of dark chocolate daily can help lower blood pressure for people with hypertension.
  123. Eating chocolate may lower blood pressure and cardiovascular risk, and improve cholesterol and insulin regulation.
  124. Eat properly, drink fluids, consume fresh fruits and vegetables, chose a diet high in fiber and whole grains, avoid too much red, processed meats, avoid smoking, maintain a healthy weight, stay active, exercise and take Aspirin or Non-Steoidals (NSAISs) can lower risk of colon cancers.
  125. Eating a variety of healthy foods and doing physical exercise daily can go a long way toward promoting healthy aging.
  126. Eating better, weighing less and exercising more are now being recognized as important components of the fight against cancer. The cancers that are reported to occur less frequently in these people are cancers of the colon, breast, prostate, and possibly the lung, digestive system, thyroid, bladder and the hematopoietic system.
  127. A low-carbohydrate, high-protein diet may increase the risk for cardiovascular disease.
  128. Eating brown rice can cut diabetes risk.
  129. Red meat (beef, pork, or lamb) and processed meat consumption has increased cancer risk. About 34,000 cancer deaths per year worldwide are attributable to diets high in processed meat.
  130. Processed red meat products -- such as hot dogs, bacon, and salami -- increases risk of coronary heart disease and a 20% higher risk of dying.
  131. Eating red meat (e.g.; muscle meat such as beef, veal, pork, lamb and mutton) and processed meat (e.g.; hot dogs, ham and bacon) raises the risk of colon cancer.
  132. Substituting white rice may the lower the risk of type 2 diabetes.
  133. Replacing processed/refined foods with whole-grain foods may help lower blood pressure. High blood pressure can contribute to heart disease, heart attack, stroke, kidney disease and more. A study showed that eating three servings of whole-grain products daily could reduce the risk of coronary artery disease by at least 15% and stroke by 25% or more.
  134. People who regularly eat in restaurants double their risk of becoming obese and heart attack.
  135. Cutting sugar intake by 130 calories a day—the amount in one 12-ounce can of regular soda—may help lower blood pressure.
  136. A low-carbohydrate, high-protein diet may increase the risk for cardiovascular disease.
  137. Sugar intake linked to heart disease - Just like eating a high-fat diet can increase your levels of triglycerides and high cholesterol, eating sugar can also affect those same lipids.
  138. A growing body of research shows that coffee drinkers, compared to nondrinkers, are less likely to have type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's disease, and dementia, and have fewer cases of certain cancers, heart rhythm problems, and strokes.
  139. High intake of supplemental calcium is associated with an excess risk of cardiovascular disease death in men but not in women.
  140. High levels of vitamin D in the blood appear to be linked to lower risks of colorectal cancer.
  141. Vitamin D contribute to a strong and healthy heart. A lack of vitamin D may contribute to depression in both men and women. Inadequate vitamin D levels may significantly increase the risk of stroke, heart disease and death.
  142. One third of Americans are not getting enough vitamin D, which is a fat-soluble vitamin that helps the body absorb calcium.
  143. Vitamin D and Calcium supplementation can prevent fractures in adults; however, there was little evidence that these supplements prevent fractures in healthy women.
  144. Low vitamin D levels may damage the brain.
  145. Vitamin D helps the body to maintain healthy levels of calcium and phosphates, low levels have now been linked to a risk of bladder cancer.
  146. Vitamin D has many attributes and is a vital component to a healthy being, and has been proven to be beneficial for bone strength, and immunity systems. The majority of vitamin D is from the sun, but it is also found in fatty fish, oil, bread, and dietary supplements.
  147. Low levels of vitamin D have been linked to an array of health problems, including bone fractures, heart disease, and depression. It is also powerless to ward off upper respiratory tract infection -- an umbrella diagnosis that covers colds and flu, as well as sinus infections and other related problems.
  148. Skim milk, unsalted sunflower seeds, beans, spinach, baked white potato, bananas, soybeans, and dark chocolate help lower blood pressure.
  149. Antioxidant found in breast milk can prevent liver disease and cell damage. Antioxidants are commonly found in fruits and vegetables; vitamins C and E, selenium, and carotenoids are all examples of antioxidants.
  150. Aspartame, a white, odorless powder low-calorie artificial sweetener that is about 200 times sweeter than sucrose and is commonly used as a sugar substitute in foods and beverages. Aspartame is widely used in various food and beverage products since the 1980s, including soda diet drinks, ice cream, chewing gum, gelatin, and dairy products such as yogurt, breakfast cereal, toothpaste and medications such as cough drops and chewable vitamins. Food and beverage producers say there's no reason to avoid products with aspartame. Unfortunately, scientists have deemed the sweetener aspartame—found in diet soda and countless other foods—as a "possible" cause of cancer. Aspartame joins a category with more than 300 other possible cancer-causing agents.
  151. Both sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) and low-calorie sweeteners (LCS) beverages were linked with an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. A high intake of SSBs has been associated with weight gain - possibly due to lower satiety and increased blood sugar and insulin levels, leading to insulin resistance - while LCS beverages may also cause weight gain by stimulating appetite and a sweet preference in some people. Alternatives to LCS beverages and SSBs are plain, carbonated, and/or unsweetened flavored waters.
  152. Sugar-substitutes may be 'potentially helpful,' 'potentially harmful,' or have 'unclear effects' with regard to your health. People who frequently consume sugar substitutes may be at an increased risk of excessive weight gain, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.
  153. Black foods, dark drink and cigarette cause teeth to stain and turn yellow. Stains happen when dark foods (e.g.; black beans, black soybeans) and beverages (e.g.; coffee, tea) or substances in cigarette smoke adhere to plaque or tartar on the tooth's surface or penetrate into porous enamel.
  154. Black or dark foods can provide lots of nutrients.
  155. Eggs are bad for your heart. One large egg yolk has about 213 mg of cholesterol. If you are healthy, you should limit one egg a day. If you have cardiovascular disease, diabetes or a high blood cholesterol level, you should limit one egg every 2-day.
  156. Studies have linked chocolate consumption with lower blood pressure, lower levels of bad cholesterol and reduced risk of stroke and heart attack; however, chocolate may increase risk of diabetes.
  157. People who ate chocolate more than five times a week had lower risks for any cardiovascular disease and stroke.
  158. Top foods to avoid with high blood pressure:
  159. The top 10 cancer fighting foods are:
  160. Aspartame, which is an artificial, non-saccharide sweetener used as a sugar substitute in some foods and beverages, is known to have as much as 90 side effects associated with it.
  161. About 70% of the people are unaware of what they are eating or are about to eat.
  162. A diet rich in fruits, and possibly veggies, may help lower risk for lung cancer.
  163. High intake of nuts has been linked to a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and death.
  164. A diet rich in antioxidants — especially from fruits and vegetables — can reduce the risk of heart attack in women.
  165. One study found no nutritional difference between organic and conventional produce, and conventional even squeaked ahead in one category.
  166. In August 2010, 228 million eggs from an Iowa farm recalled after 100's of people in three states became ill from salmonella contamination.
  167. Fentanyl, heroin, oxycodone, cocaine, methamphetamine, crack cocaine, benzodiazepines, and ecstasy are the most dangerous drugs that can have fatal consequences.
    • The adverse effect of fentanyl is respiratory depression, that is, decreased sensitivity to carbon dioxide leading to reduced rate of breathing, which can cause anoxic brain injury or death.
    • After using heroin, users usually will be drowsy for several hours; mental function is clouded; heart function slows, and breathing is also severely slowed, sometimes enough to be life-threatening.
    • Oxycodone can cause shallow breathing, slowed heart rate, cold/clammy skin, pauses in breathing, low blood pressure, constricted pupils, circulatory collapse, respiratory arrest, and death.
    • A single dose of cocaine induces tolerance to the drug's effects; repeated use is likely to result in cocaine addiction; addicts who abstain from cocaine experience cocaine craving and drug withdrawal, with depression, decreased libido, decreased ability to feel pleasure and fatigue.
    • A methamphetamine overdose may result in abnormal heart rhythm, confusion, difficult and/or painful urination, high or low blood pressure, high body temperature, over-active and/or over-responsive reflexes, muscle aches, severe agitation, rapid breathing, tremor, urinary hesitancy, and an inability to pass urine.
    • Crack cocaine, commonly known simply as crack or rock, acts as a local anesthetic, numbing the tongue or mouth only where directly placed; its short-term physiological effects include constricted blood vessels, dilated pupils, and increased temperature, heart rate, and blood pressure.
    • Benzodiazepines (also known as BZD, BDZ, BZs, and benzos) can cause drowsiness, dizziness, and decreased alertness and concentration; the long-term effects of benzodiazepine use can include cognitive impairment as well as affective and behavioural problems.
    • Ecstasy, commonly known as methyl​enedioxy​methamphetamine (MDMA), use can cause grinding and clenching of the teeth, erectile dysfunction, increased wakefulness or insomnia, increased heart rate and blood pressure, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting.
  168. In 2020, nearly 92,000 drug overdose deaths occurred in the United States, including over 50,000 people died from opioid-involved overdoses. The misuse of and addiction to opioids—including prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids, such as fentanyl, has become a public health crisis with devastating consequences. The increase in injection drug use has also contributed to the spread of infectious diseases including HIV and hepatitis C.
  169. Marijuana is a drug composed of the leaves and flowers of plants in the cannabis plant, cocaine is derived from the coca plant that grows in South American countries, opium is a narcotic made from the white liquid in the poppy plant, opioid is found in the opium poppy plant, heroin is from poppies and magic mushrooms, and psilocybin is a chemical obtained from certain types of fresh or dried mushrooms. But the most damaging drugs caused today’s overdose crisis, do not come from plants; they are synthetic, like fentanyl and methamphetamine (meth), manufactured in a lab.
  170. Marijuana impairs short-term memory and judgment and distorts perception, it can impair performance in school or at work and make it dangerous to drive an automobile.
  171. Smoking of marijuana increases risks of lung cancer, weakened immunity system, brain drain and heart diseases, using pot as medicine instead of real medical care is not smart.
  172. Smoking a cigarette may reduce life span by 11 minutes; each carton of cigarettes represents a day and a half of lost life.
  173. Resuming smoking after recovering from a heart attack can raise the risk of dying as much as five-fold.
  174. Tobacco kills two in three smokers. Long-term smokers will die an estimated 10 years earlier than non-smokers, and about 67% of them eventually die from cancer or other smoking-related illnesses.
  175. Smoking 10 cigarettes a day doubled the risk, while 20-a-day smokers were four to five times more likely to die.
  176. In Australia, about 13% of adults smoke; in the UK, the figure is about 20%. There are estimated 10 million adult smokers in the UK in 2013, of which 22% are male and 19% are female.
  177. Until e-cigarettes have been endorsed as safe and effective by national regulators, "consumers should be strongly advised not to use any of these products", WHO advised.
  178. Tobacco use is a major cause of many of the world’s top killer diseases – including cardiovascular disease, chronic obstructive lung disease and lung cancer. In total, tobacco use is responsible for the death of almost one in 10 adults worldwide.
  179. A routine cardiac imaging stress test should not be performed on asymptomatic patients
  180. Mothers who smoke during pregnancy may increase their baby's risk of asthma.
  181. Based on a CDC health survey report, in 2011, 19% of American adults were current smokers, and 21% were former smokers. Based on estimates of body mass index, 34% of adults were overweight and 28% were obese.
  182. Cigarette smoking is the number one risk factor for lung cancer. In the United States, cigarette smoking is linked to about 80% to 90% of lung cancer deaths. People who smoke cigarettes are 15 to 30 times more likely to get lung cancer or die from lung cancer than people who do not smoke. Radon, a naturally occurring gas that comes from rocks and dirt, causes about 20,000 cases of lung cancer each year, making it the second leading cause of lung cancer. Lung cancer is the leading cancer killer with approximately 25 percent of all cancer deaths in the U.S.
  183. Lung cancer is higher for men (46.7 per 100,000 persons) than for women (31.9 per 100,000 persons). In 2016 148,945 American died because of lung cancer, and an estimated 154,050 Americans are expected to die from lung cancer in 2018. The lung cancer five-year survival rate (18.6 percent) is lower than many other leading cancer sites, such as colorectal (64.5 percent), breast (89.6 percent) and prostate (98.2 percent). The five-year survival rate for lung cancer is 56 percent for cases detected when the disease is still localized (within the lungs). However, only 16 percent of lung cancer cases are diagnosed at an early stage.
  184. Smoking is clearly the major risk factor for lung cancer. However, about one-quarter of lung cancer cases worldwide are diagnosed in people who have never smoked.
  185. Smoking is the leading cause of preventable illness, causing more than 480,000 deaths each year in the United States; about 50 years ago, roughly 42 percent of U.S. adults smoked, but as of October 2016 only 15 percent of U.S. adults smoke.
  186. Quitting smoking will increase your longevity; quitting at age 30 could increase your lifespan by 12 years, stopping smoking at age 40, 50, or 60 boosts life expectancy by 9, 6, or 3 years, respectively.
  187. Secondhand smoke (a mixture of smoke from the lighted end of a cigarette, pipe, or cigar and the smoke exhaled by a smoker) causes heart disease and lung cancer in non-smoking adults.
  188. Secondhand smoke kills more than 600,000 people worldwide every year. The deaths include about 379,000 from heart disease, 165,0000 from lower respiratory infections, 36,900 from asthma, and 21,400 from lung cancer.
  189. 1 in 10 deaths worldwide is from a smoking-related disease.
  190. Cell phones emit ultra-high-frequency radio waves during calls and data transfers, and this radiation may link to long-term health risks like brain cancer.
  191. Cell phone use is tied to changes in brain activity, which may cause brain cancer.
  192. Diesel, a type of fuel derived from crude oil, is used in most trucks, buses, trains, construction and farm equipment, generators, ships, and in some cars; diesel exhaust has been found to cause cancer, based largely on the possible link to lung cancer.
  193. If you bleach your teeth too often, it can thin the enamel; your teeth can end up almost translucent.
  194. Reinast, a German company, has been selling its new Reinast luxury toothbrush at $4,320 - And no, it doesn't do anything special - It also offers three different bristled toothbrush replacement plans: 5 years for $400, 7 years for $800, or 11 years for $1,600.
  195. Most dentists recommend using a toothbrush labeled "soft", since hard bristled toothbrushes can damage tooth enamel and irritate the gums
  196. Most toothbrushes were introduced to Europe through merchants and travelers in East Asia by the 17th century. The first nylon toothbrush was made by DuPont in the 1930s.
  197. Reduced anger, peaceful mind, and forgiveness may help lower the risk of anxiety, high blood pressure, lung disease, heart disease, stroke, and other ailments.
  198. People, who believe in God and attend regularly religious services, tend to live longer than people who attended no services.
  199. People who work more than 11 hours on a daily basis might lead to heart disease.
  200. Using certain beauty products, such as hair dyes and eating certain foods, like pepperoni, can increase your risk of cancer
  201. Each person owns at least eight distinctive intelligences, Musical, Bodily-Kinesthetic, Naturalistic, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, Verbal-Linguistic, Logical-Mathematical, and Spatial.
  202. Heart disease is less common in moderate drinkers (one drink a day for women and one or two for men) than in people who don't drink at all.
  203. Living near trees is good for health.
  204. People with a strong sense of purpose of life often are less likely to die from stroke and heart disease.
  205. Married people tend to outlive their single counterparts, and also people who are divorced or widowed often live longer than those who have never been married.
  206. The Mediterranean diet is high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, olive oil, and fish. people shows the impressive benefits of this diet. It helps lower the risk of obesity, elevated blood sugar, increased blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.
  207. Taking regular naps will keep stress hormones down, which makes your heart healthy.
  208. People who have less than seven to eight hours of sleep can lead to a lower resistance to the common cold.
  209. Lack of sleep causes fat accumulation around organs.
  210. Too much sleep or too little sleep is linked to leading chronic diseases, such as diabetes, coronary heart disease, obesity and anxiety.
  211. Lonely people often suffer more fragmented sleep, which causes poor health.
  212. Lack of sleep can cause memory loss and sleep deprivation could increase the risk of false memory formation.
  213. People with bad sleep may be more susceptible to Alzheimer's disease.
  214. Women, who slept less than six hours a night, were more likely to develop breast cancer and had an increased risk of potentially cancerous colorectal polyps than women who slept longer.
  215. Lack of quality sleep for adults may increase health risks, including a greater likelihood of having high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease, and being overweight or obese; it's recommended that adolescents should have 8.5 to 9.5 hours of sleep a night.
  216. People who snore loudly, have difficulty falling asleep, or often wake up feeling tired may be at increased risk of developing heart disease and other health problems.
  217. Women who begin snoring after becoming pregnant may be at increased risk of developing high blood pressure and cardiovascular problems.
  218. Getting enough good quality sleep will lower the risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease and other health problems.
  219. The standard sleep is defined as 7 hours, 6-8 hours, 7-8 hours, 7-9 hours, and 9 hours of sleep; six hours of sleep or less is considered as a short sleep, and a long sleep is sleeping 9 hours or more. Sleeping outside the standard sleep each night reduces your life expectancy.
  220. Sleeping longer is linked to faster decline in cognitive brain function, such as memory and thinking.
  221. Men with insomnia (i.e.; sleeplessness) who sleep fewer than six hours each night are at an increased risk of dying compared with people who sleep longer. Less sleep has also been linked with hypertension and other risk factors for cardiovascular disease.
  222. Shorter-than-normal or longer-than-normal sleep was associated with increased risk of developing or dying of coronary heart disease and stroke. Most studies classed the duration of “normal sleep” as 7-8 hours a night.
  223. People, who averaged less than six hours of sleep at night, had an almost 50 per cent increase in the risk of colorectal adenomas compared with individuals sleeping at least seven hours per night.
  224. Exercising improves sleep for many people, and exercise more during the day will help you sleep better at night.
  225. Six hours and 30 minutes is the average amount of time that American adults report sleeping each night during the work week.
  226. Regularly sleeping less than six hours a night will likely increase the risk of pre-diabetes and Alzheimer's, and can also lead to other serious health problems, such as obesity, cancer, and heart disease.
  227. During sleep the body renews its immune function, improves the response to insulin, and produces growth hormone, which is essential for healthy muscle and skin tissues.
  228. Women, who slept less than six hours a night, were more likely to develop breast cancer and had an increased risk of potentially cancerous colorectal polyps than women who slept longer.
  229. Research shows that most people require seven or eight hours of sleep to function optimally. Failing to get enough sleep night after night can compromise your health and may even shorten your life..
  230. Blacks likely spend more time in bed without going to sleep more than Hispanics, white and Asians.
  231. Ten percent of blacks and Hispanics report having nightly lovemaking every night, compared with 1 percent of Asians and 4 percent of whites.
  232. Blacks get 38 minutes less sleep than whites and 34 minutes less than Asians.
  233. Asians (9 percent) likely get a good sleep at night less than whites (20 percent), blacks (18 percent) and Hispanics (14 percent).
  234. Asians infrequently use sleeping pills to get a good sleep. Whites are more likely to use over-the-counter sleep aids. Blacks are most likely to use prescription sleeping pills.
  235. There is a link between plentiful social connections and longevity; the more you have friends the more you live longer.
  236. People who score high on the trait of conscientiousness often have stronger relationships and better careers, and intend to be more organized and less cluttered in their homes and offices.
  237. Snoring, which occurs when the airway narrows or is partly blocked during sleep, raises risks of cardiovascular disease, stroke, cardiac arrhythmia and hypertension and it's a red flag for obstructive sleep apnea (SOA). About 37 million Americans regularly make grunting, whistling, choking, snorting and/or buzz-saw-like sounds; 34 percent of men and 19 percent of women, who routinely snore, have SOA. As of today there is no certain treatment that can completely stop snoring.
  238. People who work rotating shifts have a 42% increased risk for type 2 diabetes.
  239. About 90% of people who suffer from type 2 diabetes are either overweight or obese. Bariatric surgery (gastric surgery), a surgical procedure, is one of treatments for type 2 diabetes at the same time it effectively helps the patient to lose weight.
  240. Good-looking people are generally happier and have higher incomes than less attractive people; they also often marry people who are better looking and have higher paid jobs.
  241. We need only 2,350 calories per day for a healthy diet.
  242. Cutting back on calories from sugary beverages -- by only one serving per day -- accounted for nearly two-and-a-half pounds of lost weight over 18 months.
  243. The world record holder for giving the longest political speech is the Cuban President Fidel Castro, 32 hours 21 minutes and 15 seconds, in front of 345,821 people.
  244. Indonesia's heaviest-ever newborn came into the world on 9/25/09 at a record 19.2 pounds (8.7 kilograms), 62 centimeters long.
  245. Asians (52 percent) watch TV less before going to bed than whites (64 percent), blacks (75 percent) or Hispanics (72 percent).
  246. Too much TV watching could mean a shorter lifespan. People watching 4 or more hours of TV a day were more likely to die earlier than those who watched less than 2 hours a day.
  247. The men who watched TV over 20 hours a week often have almost half the sperm concentration as the men who did not watch TV.
  248. Spending more time in the real world and less bonding with TV and cell phone will result in increasing school grade-point-average, which leads to a stable career.
  249. Among American women with advanced degrees, in 2008, 24 percent in their early 40s were childless; in 1994, 31% were. For women with less than a high school diploma, in 2008, 15 percent of that group was childless; in 1994, that figure was 9 percent. In 2008 the number of women without biological children is 1.9 million, compared with 580,000 in 1976.
  250. People who have big families (more than two children) appear to be at increased risk of heart disease; the risks were also higher for those people who had just one child, or who remained childless. Mothers of more than two children were also more likely to have evidence of insulin resistance, elevated blood sugar and diabetes.
  251. Gambling addiction triggers the same brain areas as drug and alcohol cravings. Gambling addiction can have a devastating effect not just on patients, but also their families. It can result in people losing their job, and leave families and children homeless. The most commonly reported problematic forms of gambling among the patients were electronic roulette and sports gambling.
  252. A dad with symptoms of depression was twice as likely to have an infant who cried excessively as was a dad who was not depressed.
  253. Sex can indeed trigger heart attacks in some people, especially men, the odds of literally succumbing to passion are very low - less than 1%.
  254. The men who did exercise 15 hours or more a week often have a significantly higher sperm concentration than those who worked out less than 5 hours a week.
  255. About 20 percent of people who committed suicide were alcohol abusers
  256. American attempt suicide an estimated 1 million time annually, and women are 3 times more likely to attempt suicide. For every 13 minutes one American dies by suicide, over 40,000 people die by suicide every year. For every woman who dies by suicide, four men die by suicide, but women are 3 times more likely to attempt suicide. 90% of Americans who die by suicide had a diagnosable psychiatric disorder at the time of their death. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S.; 2nd leading cause of death for ages 10 to 24, and 5th leading cause of death for age 45 to 59. Firearms were the most common method of death by suicide, accounting for 51% of all suicide deaths, followed by suffocation (including hangings) at 25% and poisoning at 17%.

 
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  3. An Introduction to Mental Health and Mental Illness
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  31. Cosmeceuticals: The New Medicine of Beauty
  32. Beauty Perception: A Historical and Contemporary Review
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  36. The Importance of a Life Course Approach to Health
  37. Taking Medicines Safely as You Age
  38. Importance of Healthy Life Style in Healthy Living
  39. Premature Aging: Is Your Body Aging Faster than It Should Be?
  40. Growing Stronger - Strength Training for Older Adults.
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  42. The Benefit of Arts and Crafts for Mental Health
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  45. The Benefits of Music and Movement
  46. The Benefits of Music and the Science Behind It
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  48. Music as Medicine | Harvard Medical School
  49. Music as Medicine | American Psychological Association
  50. Music and Health | Harvard Health
  51. Music & Health Benefits
  52. Music and Health Care
  53. Music Can Boost Memory and Mood
  54. Music, Health, and Well-being: A Review
  55. Music, Health, and Wellbeing
  56. Music Therapy: A Useful Therapeutic Tool for Health, Physical and Mental Growth
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  58. Music and the Brain | Cambridge University
  59. Music and the Brain
  60. Music to Your Brain | Harvard Health
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  62. Keep Your Brain Young with Music | Johns Hopkins Medicine
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  64. The Power of Music to Reduce Stress
  65. The Power of Music for Health
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  68. The Psychological Functions of Music Listening
  69. The Effect of Music on the Human Body and Mind
  70. Is Listening to Music Good for Your Health?
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  75. Healthy Body, Healthy Mind
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  78. Holiday Healthy Eating and Exercise
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  114. The Complex Link Between Homelessness and Mental Health
  115. Homelessness and Mental Illness: A Challenge to Our Society
  116. Importance of Healthy Life Style in Healthy Living
  117. Making Healthy Lifestyle Choices
  118. Lupe Hernandez and the Invention of Hand Sanitizer
  119. Journal Therapy for Self-Healing
  120. The Enduring Connection Between Art and Mental Health
  121. Brain Research Shows the Arts Promote Mental Health
  122. Masks and Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
  123. The Ethics of Mask-Wearing During the Coronavirus Pandemic
  124. The Long-Term Effects Coronavirus May Have on the Body
  125. Treatment of Long COVID or Post COVID Syndrome: A Pharmacological Approach
  126. Are You Too Hard on Yourself?
  127. Associations of Resistance Exercise with Cardiovascular Disease Morbidity and Mortality
  128. Dietary Factors and Deaths from Disease
  129. Medicinal Uses of Carica Papaya
  130. Traditional and Medicinal Uses of Carica Papaya
  131. Identification and Extraction of Papain Enzyme from Papaya Leaf in Adigrat Towen, Northern Ethiopia
  132. Leaf Juice of Carica Papaya L: A Remedy of Dengue Fever
  133. Use of Papaya Leaf Extract in Neonatal Thrombocytopenia
  134. Safety Assessment of Carica Papaya (Papaya) - Derived Ingredients as Used in Cosmetics
  135. Determinants of Health
  136. The Problem with United Healthcare's Plan to Crack down on ER Use
  137. Calcium and Health
  138. Dairy: Health Food or Health Risk? | Harvard Health
  139. Effects of Dairy Products Consumption on Health
  140. Cholesterol Lowering Jab to Help Prevent Heart Disease.
  141. Can the Moon Really Influence Your Health?
  142. Can Wearing ‘Well Fashion’ Really Improve Your Health?
  143. Stories from the Frontlines
  144. Obesity in Developing Countries.
  145. Worst Habits for Belly Fat
  146. The Worst Habits For Belly Fat, According to Science.
  147. Types of Belly Fat and How to Lose Them
  148. 'World's Heaviest Woman' Dies
  149. Gluten-Free Isn’t Just a Fad
  150. Mold 101 Effects on Human Health
  151. Wake Up, People: You're Fooling Yourself About Sleep.
  152. The Path to a Healthy Heart.
  153. Mild Head Injury Can Affect Your Sense of Smell.
  154. The Different Stages of Losing Weight: Fat Loss vs. Weight Loss
  155. Weight Loss Drug May Prevent and Treat Diabetes.
  156. Breast Cancer: Omega-3-rich Diet May Stop Tumors from Spreading.
  157. Seed Oils Are Better for Cholesterol than Olive Oil.
  158. Products for Black Women May Disrupt Hormones.
  159. Beyond Yoga: 4 Other Ways to Get Zen.
  160. Anxious? Distressed? You're Not Alone.
  161. Mid-life Stress Linked to Dementia Risk.
  162. Mammography Screening Questioned.
  163. Coenzyme Q10 | Mayo Clinic
  164. Can Statins Cut the Benefits of Exercise?
  165. Do Statins Increase the Risk of Dementia?
  166. Love Your Heart: Take Steps to Reduce Heart Risks
  167. Genetics Help Predict Heart Disease Risk, Statin Benefits
  168. The Psychiatric Potential of Statins
  169. Ovarian Cancer: Statins Might Be Effective With Diet Control.
  170. Can Statins Cause Brain Fog?
  171. Statins Side Effects
  172. Skinny Jeans Given Health Warning.
  173. Snoring May be Benign, or It May be a Sign of a Serious Problem.
  174. Belly Fat 101: The Most Common Causes of a Flabby Stomach.
  175. Belly-Fat Myths.
  176. Belly Fat: Reasons You're Not Losing Weight.
  177. Belly Fat Linked to Early Death, Study Finds.
  178. Popular Foods Proven to Cause Lasting Belly Fat.
  179. The Dangers of Deep Belly Fat.
  180. Can Belly Fat Cause Cancer?.
  181. Taking Aim at Belly Fat.
  182. The Skinny on Visceral Fat.
  183. Tall, Obese People More Prone to Blood Clots.
  184. Taller People Have Higher Cancer Risk.
  185. The Coming Revolution in Much Cheaper Life-Saving Drugs.
  186. People With Eczema Are Itching for Better Health Care.
  187. Menstruation in Space Flight: Options for Astronauts.
  188. Yes, It Is Possible to Get Your Flu Shot Too Soon.
  189. State Suicide Rates Among Adolescents and Young Adults Aged 10–24 in the United States, 2000–2018
  190. An Aspirin a Day May Not Be Necessary for Everyone's Heart Health.
  191. Could a Genetic Test Predict the Risk for Suicide?
  192. PSA Screening Significantly Reduces the Risk for Death from Prostate Cancer.
  193. Can Frequent, Moderate Drinking Ward off Diabetes?.
  194. The Alienation of America’s Best Doctors.
  195. Popular Heartburn Drugs Don't Raise Risk of Alzheimer's.
  196. Big Gap in Cancer Deaths Between Rich, Poor Countries.
  197. Diesel Exhaust and Cancer Risk.
  198. The Sleep Habits of Millionaires
  199. A Good Night's Sleep
  200. Poor Sleep? Bigger Waist.
  201. Aging and Sleep.
  202. Aging and Sleep - Making Changes for Brain Health | Harvard.
  203. Aging Changes in Sleep.
  204. Sleep and Aging - A Handbook for Seniors and Caregivers.
  205. Sleep Disorders and Problems
  206. Sleep and Eating Disorders
  207. Sleep, Sleepiness, and Alcohol Use
  208. Sleep and Health
  209. Sleep Deficiency in Midlife: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.
  210. Sleep Therapy - An Overview
  211. Sleep Statistics - Facts and Data About Sleep
  212. Sleepless Nights, Unhealthy Hearts?.
  213. Sleepless Nights Could Pose Heart Risk Dangers.
  214. Cannot Sleep Due to Stress? Here Is the Cure.
  215. Lack of Sleep Compounds Health Problems for Obese Teens.
  216. The Sleep Gap: Diving Deeper Into the Inequality Surrounding Sleep
  217. The Racial Inequality of Sleep
  218. The Inequality of Sleep
  219. Is Sleeping Too Much Bad for Your Brain?.
  220. Are You Sleep Deprived, or Do You Have Narcolepsy?
  221. Problems Associated with Short Sleep: Bridging the Gap
  222. Treatments for Insomnia
  223. Insomnia Myths and Facts
  224. Do Weighted Blankets Help with Insomnia?
  225. Insomnia Treatment: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Instead of Sleeping Pills
  226. Red Light Therapy for Sleep: The Safe and Natural Way to Better Rest
  227. Red Light Therapy for Sleep: A Science-Backed Method
  228. Positional Therapy for Snoring and Sleep Apnea
  229. Managing Your Weight with Gestational Diabetes
  230. Can You Learn in Your Sleep?
  231. Lack of Sleep May Raise Child's Type 2 Diabetes Risk: Study
  232. Poor Sleep May Contribute to Health Disparities.
  233. A New Solution That Stops Snoring and Lets You Sleep.
  234. A Better Night's Sleep
  235. Diabetes and Sleep
  236. The Physical Effects of Stress | Ohio University
  237. The Relationship Between Gut Health and Anxiety
  238. Gut Health and Allergies
  239. Effects of Anxiety on the Body
  240. Death Anxiety - The Worm at the Core of Mental Health
  241. The Impact of Stress on Your Gut | Harvard Health
  242. The Gut-Brain Connection | Harvard Health
  243. Gut Health and Anxiety: The Truth Behind “Gut Feelings”
  244. Does Gut Health Affect Anxiety?
  245. Anxiety, Depression, and the Microbiome: A Role for Gut Peptides
  246. Anxiety May Be Affecting Your Gut Health — and Vice Versa.
  247. Anxiety, Depression and Gut Health: It’s Not All in Your Head
  248. Physical Fitness May Help Prevent Depression, Anxiety
  249. Too Much TV May Cost You Your Mobility.
  250. The Cost of Diabetes
  251. Is Passive Smoking Harmful?
  252. Smoking and Pregnancy
  253. FDA Proposes Reducing Nicotine in Cigarettes.
  254. "Reaching Toward the Fountain of Youth.
  255. Is Aluminum Safe to Use?
  256. Natural Living – A Little Bit of All of It.
  257. Teaching Teens About Skin Health and Tanning Beds
  258. The Risks of Tanning
  259. The Truth About Tanning Beds
  260. Do You Really Need a Skin Care Routine?
  261. Discovering the Link Between Nutrition and Skin Aging
  262. A Study of Factors Affecting on Men’s Skin Care Products
  263. Chinese Medicine Plant Secrets Probed.
  264. Ecological Predictors and Trajectory of Internet
  265. Keep Your Skin Healthy
  266. The Best Diet for Healthy, Clear Skin
  267. Best U.S. States to Live — in 2032.
  268. Best and Worst U.S. Cities for an Active Lifestyle.
  269. Best & Worst Cities for People with Disabilities.
  270. Fat, Protein & Cholesterol Intake for Diabetics
  271. Study Links High Cholesterol to Increased Risk of Breast Cancer.
  272. Do Statins Really Age You Faster?.
  273. Diabetes and Heart Disease, High Cholesterol, High Blood Pressure
  274. Natural Ways to Lower Your Cholesterol
  275. Living With Type 1 Diabetes – A Forgotten Disease.
  276. Fathoming the Calorie.
  277. Dehydration: Care Instructions.
  278. Electronic Cigarettes Can Harm The Lungs
  279. Preventing Kidney Stones
  280. Effective Natural Remedies for Kidney Stones
  281. China's Latest Online Skinny Fad Sparks Concern
  282. Getting in Touch with Your Inner Digestive Detective.
  283. The Best Protein Shake for Health and Strength.
  284. Florida County Bans Smokers from New Jobs.
  285. Charles Eugster: The World's Fittest Pensioner?
  286. Charles Eugster: My Body Was a Mess
  287. The Most Influential Green Living Bloggers.
  288. This Toothbrush Costs $4,000, and It Doesn't Really Do Anything Special.
  289. Healthy Aging: Preserving Your Bones and Joints.
  290. Krill Oil Is Being Studied as a Natural Remedy for High Cholesterol.
  291. Rare Undersea Discovery Could Extend Your Life by 10, 20 or 30 Years.
  292. The Truth About Tooth Whiteners.
  293. Best Teeth Whitening Toothpastes.
  294. Canker Sore Drug Helps Mice Lose Weight Without Diet, Exercise.
  295. Are Your Cold or Flu Symptoms Bad Enough to Stay Home?.
  296. World AIDS Day: China’s Strange Prejudice Against AIDS Patients.
  297. Fluoride: Daily Exposure to Poison.
  298. The Health Dangers of Arsenic Toxicity.
  299. Medicinal Plants Used to Treat Sexual Dysfunction: A Review
  300. U.S. News: Health Care:
  301. Best & Worst U.S. Cities for Wallet Wellness
  302. ‘The Pill’ Not Tied to Birth Defects
  303. Gain Weight Safely During Your Pregnancy
  304. Safely Losing Weight While Pregnant
  305. Can I Safely Lose Weight During Pregnancy?
  306. Dental Care in Pregnancy.
  307. Staying Healthy During Pregnancy (for Parents).
  308. Medical Care During Pregnancy (for Parents).
  309. Pregnancy Timeline: Fetal Development Week-by-Week
  310. Caring for Your Baby
  311. Newborn Baby Essentials
  312. Transform Your Child’s Confidence.
  313. 1 in 5 Kids Have Mental Illness.
  314. 4 Ways Music Strengthens Social Bonds
  315. 4 Keys to Getting Shredded After 50.
  316. 4 Common Pregnancy Skin Care Problems, and How to Solve Them.
  317. 4 Artists Who Suffered Mental Illness (and How It Affected Their Art)
  318. 5 Positive Effects of Art on Mental Health
  319. 5 Great Mental Health Benefits of Art
  320. 5 Contemporary Artists Exploring Mental Health
  321. 5 Regrets of the Dying.
  322. 5 Ways Music Can Make You Healthier.
  323. 5 Novel Ways to Curb Your Appetite.
  324. 5 Common Culprits of Stomach Bloating and Healthy Alternatives.
  325. 5 Benefits of Healthy Relationships.
  326. 5 Things We Learned from Anthony Fauci's Emails.
  327. 6 Red Flags About Mental-Health Content on Social Media
  328. 6 Ways Social Media Impacts Your Mental Health
  329. 6 Ways Social Media Affects Our Mental Health
  330. 6 Ways to Prevent Crow's Feet.
  331. 6 Ways to Improve Your Health.
  332. 6 Healthy Dental Habits Young Adults Should Remember
  333. 7 Benefits of Listening to Music for Your Mind & Mood
  334. 7 Low-Stress Ways to Start Decluttering
  335. 7 Habits for a Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body.
  336. 7 Amazing Ways Music Can Benefit Your Health.
  337. 7 Lactose Intolerance Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore.
  338. 8 Artworks Inspired by Mental Health Problems
  339. 8 Health Effects of Poor Dental Hygiene that Extend Beyond Your Mouth
  340. 8 Fascinating Facts About Heartburn.
  341. 8 Steps to Take Today for Healthy Living.
  342. 8 Dimensions of Wellness.
  343. 9 Scientifically Proven Prescriptions for Peace of Mind.
  344. 9 Steps to Perfect Health
  345. 9 Health Benefits of Music
  346. 10 Health Benefits of Music
  347. 10 Positive Benefits of Listening to Music
  348. 10 Art Masterpieces to Calm Your Anxiety
  349. 10 Best Diabetes Blogs.
  350. 10 Best Places to Retire.
  351. 10 Best Walking Canes for Seniors
  352. 10 Ways to Stay Healthy.
  353. 10 Ways to Stay Sane & Active While Social Distancing
  354. 10 More Trees on Your Street Could Make You Feel 7 Years Younger.
  355. 10 Lies You Believe About Fat
  356. 10 Great Make-Ahead Foods to Save you Money.
  357. 10 Questions Some Doctors Are Afraid to Ask.
  358. 10 Warning Signs of Dehydration to Watch out for.
  359. 11 Best Practices for Healthy Teeth.
  360. 11 Practical Ways to Have a Healthy Lifestyle.
  361. 11 Surprising Health Benefits of Sleep.
  362. 12 Little Things That Can Happen to Your Body After Just 15 Minutes of Meditation.
  363. 12 Signs You May Have an Anxiety Disorder.
  364. 12 Steps to a Healthy Pregnancy
  365. 12 Ways to Stay Healthy During Pregnancy
  366. 13 Fun Sports That Burn Calories
  367. 13 Weight Loss Programs for Women That Actually Work
  368. 13 Ways to Enjoy Your Life Without Spending a Lot of Money.
  369. 13 Things Lottery Winners Won’t Tell You.
  370. 13 Simple Ways to Find It in Your Life
  371. 14 Ways to Lower Your Insulin Levels.
  372. 14 Everyday Habits That Could (and Should) Change Forever After Coronavirus
  373. 15 Surprising Benefits of Visiting the Dentist.
  374. 15 Amazing Benefits of Listening to Music.
  375. 15 Ways to Calm Yourself Down.
  376. 16 Ways to Stay Healthy All Year Round.
  377. 20 Surprising, Science-backed Health Benefits of Music.
  378. 20 Easy Ways to Stay Young.
  379. 20 Best Clean Living and Toxin Free Blogs
  380. 20 Health Benefits of Papaya Leaves
  381. 21 Worst Habits for Belly Fat
  382. 25 Burning Health Questions.
  383. 30 Ways to Lose Belly Fat.
  384. 30 Tricks to Survive Hot Summer Nights (Without AC)
  385. 34 Natural Healthy Living Blogs You Should Really Check Out
  386. 40 DIY Projects for Natural Living.
  387. 88 Quick Health Facts: Food, Fitness, Hydration, Random (Fun!)
  388. 100 Healthy Mom Blogs to Bring a Healthy Lifestyle.
  389. 100 Top Health Blogs
  390. 100 Health Quotes to Inspire You to Stay in Good Shape
▷ Nutrition - Healthy Eating & Drinking
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  2. Health Benefits of Red Wine vs. Grape Juice.
  3. Healthy Eating | Nutrition.gov
  4. Harvard's Nutrition Source.
  5. Nutrition and Healthy Eating, Tools & Resources
  6. Types of Malnutrition
  7. Most Common Nutritional Deficiencies
  8. Debunking the Myth of Food Combining.
  9. Foods Can Fix Your Health Problems.
  10. Healthy Food to Support Healthy Life
  11. Modern Diet and Its Impact on Human Health
  12. The Role of Food and Your Health: Cholesterol and Blood Sugar
  13. Foods that Beat the Heat.
  14. Anti-Aging Foods That Help You Live Longer
  15. Social Influences on Eating
  16. Find Your Foodprint
  17. Eat Low Food Carbon
  18. Food Carbon Emissions Calculator
  19. Climate Change Food Calculator
  20. Foods to Avoid to Lose Belly Fat.
  21. Low Fat? Low Carb? | Harvard
  22. Low Fat, Low Carb, or Mediterranean | Harvard
  23. Low Carb vs. Low Fat Diets.
  24. The Truth About Carbs
  25. A Low-Carb Meal Plan and Menu to Improve Your Health
  26. A Need for Bananas? Dietary Potassium Regulates Calcification of Arteries.
  27. Can Eating Too Much Fruit Cause Type 2 Diabetes?.
  28. Eating Meat Linked to Higher Risk of Diabetes.
  29. Eating for Longevity: Foods for a Long, Healthy Life
  30. Eating for Beauty.
  31. Eating Fast Food Hurts Women's Chances of Getting Pregnant, Increases Infertility.
  32. Eating Right Helps Prevent Type 2 Diabetes in Women.
  33. Eating Polyunsaturated Fats Linked to Slowing Diabetes Progress for Some
  34. Eating Well as You Age.
  35. Eating Food That’s Better for You, Organic or Not.
  36. Eating for Longevity: Foods for a Long, Healthy Life
  37. Eating Peanut Butter May Lower Risk of Breast Cancer
  38. Eating Peanut Early Reduces Risk of Allergy Even with Later Abstinence.
  39. Every Year Roughly One of Every Six Americans Gets Sick from Food Poisoning.
  40. Nutrition Glossary.
  41. Bulimia Nervosa vs Weight Gain
  42. Bulimia vs Binge Eating - Differences Between Eating Disorders
  43. Foods You Should Eat to Live Longer
  44. Superfood Secrets for a Healthy Life
  45. Beef 101: Nutrition Facts and Health Effects
  46. Should Pregnant Women Eat More Tuna?.
  47. Hot Dogs Health Risks: May cause Cancer, Leukemia & Diabetes
  48. Processed and Red Meat Could Cause Cancer?.
  49. Processed Foods Linked to Shorter Life Span
  50. Replacing 'Beef with Chicken' Could Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
  51. Meals for Diabetics With High Cholesterol
  52. Is Red Meat Bad for Your Heart … or Not?
  53. Is Eating Red Meat Bad for Your Health?.
  54. Is Eating Steak Good for Health?
  55. Steak and Calories - Steak Nutritional Facts
  56. Earth Day: To Meat or Not to Meat.
  57. A Nation of Meat Eaters: See How It All Adds Up.
  58. Meal Timing and Frequency of Meals and Snacks for Optimal Health
  59. Vegetables for Diabetics to Avoid
  60. Can You Eat Fruit With Diabetes?
  61. Eating a Plant-based Diet Might Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes.
  62. Natural Living Resources for Eating Healthy and Good Nutrition.
  63. Foods That Cause Bloating.
  64. Foods That Fight Cancer
  65. Eating Raw Organic Produce Can Give Your Gut a Healthy Boost.
  66. Mango Butter Benefits & Uses for Luxurious Hair and Skin
  67. Get the Health Benefits of Fruit.
  68. Health Benefits of Fruits and Vegetables.
  69. Health Benefits of Fruit.
  70. Health Benefits of Fruit: Vitamins, Minerals + Fiber.
  71. Healthy Habits Can Lengthen Life
  72. Healthy Eating as You Age: Food Groups
  73. Strategies to Promote Healthy Eating Among University Students: A Qualitative Study Using the Nominal Group Technique
  74. Fruits Health Benefits.
  75. Fruit Nutrition Facts and the Health Benefits of Fruits.
  76. Fruits and Vegetables for Amazing Energy and Health.
  77. Are Bananas Good for You?
  78. Corns and Calluses Facts
  79. Eat Your Way to Fabulous Skin
  80. Can Chocolate Give You Youthful Skin?
  81. Changing Your Diet May Help You Live up to 10 Years Longer
  82. Changing Your Diet Could Add up to 13 Years to Your Life, Study Says
  83. At Any Age, a Healthy Diet Can Extend Your Life
  84. Should You Take Folic Acid for Your Heart?.
  85. The Health Benefits of Garlic.
  86. Health Benefits of Walnuts | Harvard Health
  87. Study: Walnuts Support Lifelong, Heart-Healthy Eating
  88. Walnuts: A Worthy Addition to Your Daily Diet?
  89. Secret to a Long, Healthy, Fit Life - Is a Handful of Walnuts Every Day?
  90. Eating Walnuts May Extend your Life
  91. Is Peanut Butter Healthy?.
  92. Peanut Butter Helps Diagnose Alzheimer's Disease.
  93. Shea Butter Benefits and Uses for Hair, Skin & More
  94. Walnut Consumption Early on in Life May Lead to Better Health as We Age
  95. Giving Allergenic Foods to Infants from 3 Months May Prevent Allergies.
  96. Pregnancy Diet: Foods to Eat While Pregnant
  97. Fruit Face Packs for Flawless Skin.
  98. Blueberry Concentrate Improves Brain Function.
  99. Diet Study Suggests It's Carbs, Not Fats, That Are Bad for You
  100. Add These Superfoods to Your Diet for a Long and Healthy Life
  101. Goat, Beer and Weed Yoga: Threats to the Traditional Practice?.
  102. Paleolithic Diet
  103. Paleo Diet 101
  104. Is the Paleo Diet Safe for Your Health?
  105. Caffeine, Food, Alcohol, Smoking and Sleep
  106. French Fries Cause Cancer'?
  107. Cookies, Apples or Yogurt? Not Always a Simple Choice for Kids.
  108. Sugar and Heart Disease in 'Healthy People'
  109. The Best Snack Bars for Dieters.
  110. The Best and Worst Vegetables for People with Diabetes
  111. Can Talcum Powder Really Cause Cancer?.
  112. Soda Sweetener Aspartame Listed as Possible Cancer Cause
  113. Artificial Sweeteners: Good or Bad?
  114. Artificial Sweeteners Can Change Your Gut Bacteria
  115. Artificial Sweeteners and Ulcerative Colit
  116. Artificial Sweeteners and Other Sugar Substitutes
  117. Artificial Sweeteners and other Sugar Substitutes.
  118. Common Artificial Sweeteners Can Lead to Serious Health Issues
  119. Sweetened Beverages, Coffee, and Tea and Depression Risk Among Older US Adults
  120. Get the Facts: Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and Consumption
  121. Sugar Sweetened Beverages, Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease Risk.
  122. 'Blueberries’ Impact on Insulin Resistance and Glucose Intolerance.
  123. Are We Sugar Crazy?.
  124. Added Sugars.
  125. Sugars: The Facts
  126. Sugary Drinks
  127. The Sweet Danger of Sugar
  128. The Best Fruits for People With Diabetes — and the Worst
  129. Coconut Oil 'As Unhealthy As Beef Fat and Butter'.
  130. Oil Pulling With Coconut Oil Can Transform Your Dental Health
  131. The Big Benefits of Plain Water
  132. Water & Nutrition
  133. Water, Hydration and Health
  134. Hard Water and Soft Water: Differences and Advantages
  135. Is Hard Water Dangerous to Drink?
  136. Potential Health Impacts of Hard Water
  137. Hardness of Water
  138. The Earliest Signs You're Drinking Too Much Water
  139. Could a Chinese Herb Stop You Drinking Too Much?.
  140. Water Quality:
  141. Is Sparkling Water Good or Bad for You?
  142. Are Sparkling Water Drinks or Hard Seltzers Bad for You?
  143. Water Quality Report.
  144. Drinking Water Test Kits - Testing Evaluation Program.
  145. Carica Papaya: Papaya and Biology of the Papaya Plant
  146. Study Links Coffee to Lower Liver Cancer Risk.
  147. Can Coffee Lower Cancer Risk?.
  148. Coffee and Cancer Risk: A Summary Overview.
  149. Coffee and Cancer: What Does the Evidence Say?.
  150. Coffee, Caffeine, and Cancer: What the Research Reveals.
  151. Coffee Consumption Decreases the Connectivity of the Posterior Default Mode Network (DMN) at Rest
  152. Coffee Consumption May Reduce Certain Breast Cancer Risks.
  153. Coffee and Cholesterol: Is There a Link?
  154. Coffee — Good or Bad?
  155. Is Coffee Good for You or Not? | heart.org
  156. Is Coffee Good for You or Not?
  157. Is Coffee Good for You? | The New York Times
  158. Is Coffee Good for You? | Consumer Reports
  159. Is Coffee Good for You? - 12 Benefits of Coffee Explained.
  160. Is Coffee Good or Bad for Your Health? | Harvard
  161. Is Coffee Soda Good for You?
  162. Is It Better to Drink Coffee or Tea First Thing in the Morning?
  163. High Coffee Intake May Help Against Prostate Cancer.
  164. Drinking Coffee Can Cut the Risk of Cancer.
  165. Scientists Have Found a Curious Link Between Coffee and Cholesterol
  166. Carcinogen Found in 95% of Coffee Samples Tested by Hong Kong Watchdog
  167. Hong Kong Consumer Council Finds Cancer-Causing Substance in 95% of Coffee Samples
  168. The Occurrence of Ochratoxin A in Coffee
  169. Regular Coffee or Decaf - Drinking Both May Benefit the Liver
  170. The Different Types of Coffee — From Healthiest to Least Healthy
  171. Black Coffee Can Be Good for Your Heart
  172. Coffee Good for You, But It's Ok to Hold Back.
  173. Coffee, Health and Longevity
  174. Coffee for Health - Positive and Negative Effects of Caffeine
  175. Coffee vs. Tea: Is One Healthier Than the Other?
  176. Coffee vs. Tea Smackdown
  177. Coffee vs Tea - Difference and Comparison
  178. Caffeine in Coffee vs. Tea: Is There Any Real Difference?
  179. Tea vs. Coffee: Longevity Benefits & When to Choose Each
  180. Tea or Coffee? A Case Study on Evidence for Dietary Advice
  181. Let's Settle This—Is Coffee Healthier Than Tea, Or Is It the Other Way Around? Nutritionists Explain
  182. Health Benefits of Coffee and Tea
  183. Health Benefits of Tea Drinking
  184. Health Benefits of Tea Consumption
  185. Health Benefits Linked to Drinking Tea | Harvard Health
  186. Regular Tea Drinking Linked to Better Heart Health
  187. The Hidden Health Benefits of Tea
  188. Molecular Evidences of Health Benefits of Drinking Black Tea
  189. Types of Teas and Their Health Benefits
  190. Is Lemon Tea Good for You?
  191. Is Tea Better Than Coffee? 9 Benefits of Tea Over Coffee
  192. Is Caffeine from Tea Less Likely to Make Me Jittery than Coffee? An RD Weighs in
  193. Drinking Tea and Your Cholesterol Levels
  194. The Role of Tea in Human Health: An Update
  195. Tea and Health | Lipton
  196. Tea and Health
  197. Tea and Health: Preventive and Therapeutic Usefulness in the Elderly?
  198. Tea Up for Good Health
  199. Teas You Should Be Drinking and Teas You Shouldn't
  200. Best Green Tea for Weight Loss.
  201. The Best Teas to Drink for Your Health
  202. The Best Tea for Gut Health
  203. Black Tea and Health
  204. Is Sweet Tea Good for You?
  205. Persimmon (Diospyros Kaki) Fruit: Hidden Phytochemicals and Health Claims
  206. An Understanding of Milk Benefits
  207. Milk, Dairy Products, and Their Functional Effects in Humans
  208. Milk and Dairy Products: Good or Bad for Human Health?
  209. Is Milk Good or Bad for You?
  210. Health Effects of Cow’s Milk Consumption in Infants up to 3 Years of Age
  211. Health Benefits of Mint Leaves.
  212. Soda Health Facts: Are Soft Drinks Really Bad for You?
  213. Are Colas/Sodas Good for You?
  214. Is Club Soda Good for You?
  215. Worst and Best Diet Soda Brands for Health
  216. Diet Soda and Sugar-Sweetened Soda Consumption in Relation to Incident Diabetes ...
  217. Is Soda Water and Lime Bad for You?
  218. Rethink Your Drink - Healthy Weight, Nutrition, and Physical Activity
  219. Healthy Drinks
  220. Are There any Side Effects from Drinking Too Much Milk?
  221. Can Drinking Too Much Milk Make Your Bones More Brittle?
  222. Is It Better to Drink Cow's Milk or a Dairy-Free Alternative? | BBC
  223. Do Adults Need to Drink Cow's Milk? Probably Not!
  224. The Scary New Science That Shows Milk Is Bad for You
  225. Pros and Cons of Soymilk
  226. The Mediterranean Diet: Does It Work?
  227. U.S. News - Best Diets:
  228. U.S. News - Best Weight-Loss Diets:
  229. 3 Reasons to Eat Turmeric.
  230. 3 Drinks that Are Good for Your Teeth - Greenspoint Dental
  231. 4 Oatmeal Nutrition Facts You Need to Know.
  232. 4 Things that Happen When You Drink Too Much Milk.
  233. 5 Foods With a Surprising Impact on Health.
  234. 5 Ways to Use Milk for Silky Smooth Skin.
  235. 5 Baking Soda Beauty Secrets. (Video)
  236. 5 Best Green Tea Brands for Weight Loss.
  237. 5 Warning Signs You're Drinking Too Much Milk.
  238. 5 Reasons Cheese Is Actually Good for Your Health
  239. 5 Reasons Your Diet Is Making You Fat.
  240. 5 Surprising Sources of Sodium.
  241. 6 Best Antioxidant-Rich Fruits to Reduce Inflammation
  242. 6 "Bad" Fruits You Should Be Eating
  243. 7 "Bad" Foods You Should Be Eating
  244. 7 Foods That Aren't as Healthy as You Think.
  245. 7 Foods Science Proves Will Help You Live Longer.
  246. 7 Different Foods that May Be Ruining Your Current Diet.
  247. 7 Science-Based Health Benefits of Drinking Enough Water.
  248. 8 Worst Foods for Your Teeth
  249. 8 Superfoods Diet to Stay Long And Have a Healthy Life
  250. 8 Best Super Foods for a Healthy, Long Life.
  251. 8 Best Power Fruits for Better Health.
  252. 8 Best Green Tea Brands to Drink.
  253. 8 Fruits That Are Good for Diabetic
  254. 8 Foods That Help You Live Longer.
  255. 8 Foods for Beautiful Skin
  256. 8 Foods to Help You Lose Weight.
  257. 9 Foods That May Lengthen Your Life.
  258. 9 Foods Doctors Avoid to Eat.
  259. 9 Foods That Boost Your Calorie Burn.
  260. 9 Foods High in Magnesium
  261. 9 Signs You’re Not Drinking Enough Water.
  262. 9 Amazing Facts About Protein Coffee and How It Can Change Your Life
  263. 9 Side Effects of Drinking Too Much Tea
  264. 9 Healthiest Fruits in the World
  265. 9 Best Coffees, According to a Dietitian
  266. 9 Fruit Types for Diabetics
  267. 10 Worst Fruits for Diabetes
  268. 10 Worst Vegetables for Diabetes & Their Alternatives
  269. 10 Healthy Fruits for Your Body | Reader's Digest.
  270. 10 Healthy Foods That Further Your Life Expectancy.
  271. 10 Reasons to Avoid Soda
  272. 10 Best Foods for Longevity.
  273. 10 Best Black Coffees
  274. 10 Best Ways to Hydrate that Don’t Involve Water.
  275. 10 Ways to Eat Well With Diabetes.
  276. 10 Simple Ways to Eat More Protein.
  277. 10 Top Fruits You Should Consume to Make Your Skin Glow.
  278. 10 Fruits and Vegetables for Glowing Skin.
  279. 10 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Black Tea
  280. 10 Top Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Coconut Oil.
  281. 10 of the Healthiest Fruits for Your Body.
  282. 11 Foods That Can Help You Look Younger.
  283. 11 Health Benefits of Eating Beef
  284. 11 Things That Might Happen to Your Body If You Switch from Coffee to Tea
  285. 12 Best Foods for Healthy Skin.
  286. 13 Health Benefits of Coffee.
  287. 13 Reasons Tea Is Good for You.
  288. 15 Health Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids.
  289. 15 Worst Foods for Your Stomach.
  290. 15 Benefits of Drinking Water and Other Water Facts.
  291. 15 Sneaky Sources of Sugar.
  292. 16 Cancer Causing Foods You Probably Eat Every Day.
  293. 17 Best Green Tea Brand in World for Weight Loss.
  294. 20 Healthiest Fruits You Can Eat
  295. 20 Healthy Fruits That Are Super Nutritious
  296. 20 Top Fruits for Good Healthy Glowing Skin.
  297. 21 Fruits for Glowing, Youthful & Envy-Worthy Skin.
  298. 22 Benefits and Uses of Baking Soda
  299. 22 Different Types of Coffee Drinks
  300. 30 Best Anti-Aging Foods for Women.
  301. 30 Best Foods for Healthy Teeth and Gums.
  302. 40 Healthy College Meals any Student Can Master
  303. 45 Healthiest Fruits Health Benefits and Nutrition.
  304. 50 Foods That Make You Look Younger.
  305. 60 Great Nutrition Slogans
  306. 70 Quick Health Facts: Food, Fitness and Hydration
▷ Beauty-Cosmetics: News, Info & Facts
  1. Beauty Industry: Cosmetic Market Share, Trends, and Statistics
  2. Beauty by the Decade: 1970s Hair and Makeup Trends
  3. Shades for Success Influence in the Beauty Market
  4. Beauty or Health - A Personal View.
  5. Can Beauty Actually Improve Your Health?
  6. Cosmetics and Health: Usage, Perceptions and Awareness
  7. Teenagers and Cosmetic Surgery
  8. Advantages and Disadvantages of Cosmetic Surgery
  9. Advantages and Disadvantages of Cosmetic Surgery | LoreCentral
  10. Benefits and Risks of Plastic Surgery
  11. Risks & Benefits of Plastic Surgery
  12. Plastic Surgery Booming in China Despite the Dangers
  13. Finding the Right Plastic Surgeon.
  14. Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Basics ... Who Is a Good Candidate?
  15. Breast Enlargement Options
  16. Facts About Breast Implants
  17. Breast Reduction Turkey (Compare Costs, Packages, Clinics and more)
  18. Important Factors Breast Augmentation with Ideal Implant Saline Patients Should Consider| fda.gov
  19. The Earliest Evidence of Cosmetics in Egypt
  20. Rhinoplasty Surgery (Nose Job): Purpose, Procedure, Risks, Recovery
  21. Nonsurgical Nose job: Procedure, Cost, and Aftercare
  22. Nose Job in Turkey – How Safe & Cost Effective It Is?
  23. The Nonsurgical Nose Job: Everything to Know
  24. Man With World’s Longest Nose ‘At Peace’ With Super Schnoz Before Death
  25. Can You Reshape Your Nose with Exercise?
  26. Tummy Tuck Before and After Surgery (Photos)
  27. Tummy Tuck Recovery: What to Expect
  28. Tummy Tuck After Pregnancy - Is It Safe and Effective?
  29. Tummy Tuck for Obese Patients - Facts You Should Know About Tummy Tuck
  30. Tummy Tuck - Risks and Side Effects
  31. Height Reduction (Bone-Shortening) Surgery: About, Procedure, Risks
  32. Limb-Lengthening Surgery
  33. Limb-Lengthening Surgery Pros and Cons
  34. Limb-Lengthening Surgery Turkey (Know Costs, Clinics & Surgeons)
  35. Leg-Lengthening Surgery: What to Know
  36. Leg-Lengthening: The People Having Surgery to Be a Bit Taller
  37. Can Surgery Help You Get Taller?
  38. The Gruesome Surgery to Make You Taller
  39. The Pros & Cons of Limb Lengthening Surgery
  40. Sonobello: Cost for Stomach, Chin, Thighs, Face & Per Area
  41. Liposuction in India - Compare Costs, Hospitals & Doctors in 2023
  42. Liposuction: Surgery, Recovery & Results
  43. Stomach Liposuction Before & After Surgery (Photos)
  44. Natural Skin Care
  45. Henna: Overview, Uses, Side Effects, Precautions, Interactions, Dosing and Reviews
  46. Everything You Need to Know to Start a Natural Skin Care Routine
  47. Benefits of Using Natural and Organic Skincare Products
  48. The Truth About "All Natural" Skin Care and DIY Products You Can Make at Home
  49. The Sense of Beauty
  50. The Beauty Industry's Influence on Women in Society
  51. Global Beauty Care Market (2014-2018)
  52. Foods That Make You Look Younger
  53. Home Remedies to Get Rid of Unwanted Facial Hair.
  54. The World's Best Beauty Secrets.
  55. Beauty Benefits of Aloe Vera Gel.
  56. Surprising Ways to Reduce Wrinkles. (Slideshow)
  57. The Best Facial Moisturizers for Nourishing Hydration
  58. Benefits of Haldi for Skin.
  59. Healthy Beauty Habits Your Skin Will Love
  60. Saffron or Kesar Benefits for Beautiful Skin.
  61. The Best Products to Moisturize Seriously Dry Skin.
  62. Henna Benefits for Skin: Unraveling the Secrets of Lawsonia Inermis Linn
  63. Henna for Hair - Is It Safe?
  64. Disadvantages of Henna for Hair: Dye-ving into the Deets
  65. Henna for Hair: Pros, Cons, Application & Removal
  66. Help Flat Hair Live Life to Its Fullest.
  67. Your Hair Color Could Predict Your Risk of Cancer, Study Says
  68. The Best New Way to Color Your Hair.
  69. Can Breast Cancer Patients Dye Their Hair?
  70. Hair Dyes and Cancer Risk | National Cancer Institute
  71. Hair Dyes and Cancer Risk
  72. Do Hair Dyes Cause Cancer?
  73. Do Hair Dyes Increase Cancer Risk? | Harvard Health
  74. Does Hair Dye Increase Cancer Risk? | WebMD
  75. Dangers of Hair Dye: Is This Beauty Routine Worth a Cancer Risk?
  76. Coping With Hair Loss
  77. Hair Loss in Women: Causes, Treatment & Prevention
  78. Comprehensive Overview and Treatment Update on Hair Loss
  79. Hair Loss: Common Causes and Treatment
  80. Holiday Makeup Inspiration for Every Type of Party.
  81. The Hairstyle that Will Get a 38-Year-Old Carded.
  82. The Best Frozen Hair and Makeup Tutorials.
  83. The Psychological Impact of Alopecia
  84. Approach to Hair Loss in Women of Color
  85. Everything You Need to Know About Hair Loss, Alopecia, and Medical Wigs
  86. Do Gel Manicures Increase Cancer Risk? | Harvard Health
  87. Is Your Manicure Safe?
  88. Cancer and Other Health Risks at Nail Salons
  89. Reasons People Get Tattooed
  90. Your Tattoos May Hint at an Ailing Mind
  91. Relationship of Tattoos to Personality Disorders
  92. Health Standards and Recommendations for Tattooing
  93. Tattoos: The Road to Acceptance in Western Society
  94. Tattoo Psychology: Art or Self Destruction? Modern-Day Social Branding
  95. Perception of Tattoos and Piercings in the Service Industry
  96. The Psychology of Body Modification
  97. Mental Health Stigma: Personal and Cultural Impacts on Attitudes
  98. Beauty, Health & Wellness Industry Analysis
  99. Dark Circles Under Eyes - Eye Bags:
  100. Hemorrhoid Creams for Wrinkles: Under Eyes and Side Effects
  101. Should You Use Hemorrhoid Cream for or Under Your Eyes?
  102. Can Hemorrhoid Cream Reduce Eye Puffiness and Swelling?
  103. Introduction to Contact Lenses
  104. Contact Lenses Overview
  105. Contact Lenses
  106. Contact Lenses Optics
  107. Contact Lens Care
  108. Contact Lens Care | FDA
  109. Eye and Face Protection
  110. The Optics of Contact Lenses
  111. Soft Contact Lens - An Overview
  112. Types of Contact Lenses and Their Characteristics
  113. Best Practices Contact Lenses
  114. US Regulation for Safe Use of Contact Lenses
  115. Risk Behaviors for Contact Lens–Related Eye Infections Among Adults and Adolescents
  116. Healthy Contact Lens Behaviors ...
  117. Effect of Contact Lens Wear on Cornea
  118. The World’s First and Only Water Gradient Contact Lens
  119. The Science Fiction Future of Contact Lenses
  120. Making Vision a Health Priority
  121. Focusing on Contact Lens Safety
  122. Laser Surgery for Eyes: Find a Surgeon or Lasik Doctor in Your Area.
  123. Crystalens IOL vs CK: Comparison Chart.
  124. 3 Hairstyles for Perfect Summer Hair
  125. 3 Smart New Ways to Dry-Style Your Hair.
  126. 4 Best Haircuts for Women in Their 50s.
  127. 5 Best Haircuts for Women in Their 20s.
  128. 5 Haircuts for Women in Their 30s.
  129. 5 Short-Hair Styling Mistakes to Avoid.
  130. 5 Braiding Mistakes You're Probably Making — How to Stop.
  131. 6 Prettiest Long Haircuts.
  132. 7 Makeup Artists Share Their Tricks to Nail the Perfect Cat Eye.
  133. 7 At-Home Fixes for Everyday Skin Problems.
  134. 7 Organic Beauty Blogs to Green Your Beauty Routine.
  135. 7 Negative Side Effects of Plastic Surgery
  136. 8 Things to Make Skin Look Younger
  137. 8 Beauty Products You Should Keep in Your Fridge.
  138. 9 Top Beauty Bloggers Share Their Morning Skin.
  139. 9 Home-Made Face Packs to Remove Tan.
  140. 9 Haircuts That Take Off Years.
  141. 9 Makeup Tutorials for People Who Can’t Keep Lipstick on Their Mouths.
  142. 9 Ways to De-Puff Eyes
  143. 10 Top Henna Leaves Benefits - Mehendi Leaves Benefits
  144. 10 Top Grammy's Hairstyles.
  145. 10 Top Daily Habits for Beautiful, Healthy Skin.
  146. 10 Impressive Benefits of Henna for Hair & Skin
  147. 10 Disadvantages of Applying Henna on Hair
  148. 10 Hairstyles That Make You Look 10 Years Younger.
  149. 10 Sexiest Haircuts for Oval Faces.
  150. 10 Beauty Myths We All Fall for
  151. 10 Facts About the Psychology of Tattoos
  152. 10 Reasons for Dry Skin.
  153. 10 Dos and Don'ts for Naturally Beautiful Skin
  154. 10 Causes of Under-Eye Swelling
  155. 10 Ways to Get Rid of Puffy Eyes
  156. 10 Effective Ways to Make Your Face Look Young Again
  157. 10 All-Natural Beauty Blogs to Help You Go Green.
  158. 11 Beauty Product Staples that Everyone Should Have in Their Makeup Collection.
  159. 11 Healthy Ways to Get Rid of Puffy ...
  160. 11 Ways to Banish the Bags Under Your Eyes (Slideshow)
  161. 12 Popular Cosmetic Uses for Soft Tissue Fillers
  162. 13 Best Ingredients for Your Natural Skin Care Ritual
  163. 13 Best Beauty Products.
  164. 15 Ways to Be a Natural Beauty.
  165. 15 Cleopatra Beauty Facts That Are Worth Knowing Beauty Secrets
  166. 16 Popular Botox Injection Areas for Face and Neck Wrinkles
  167. 17 Intriguing Facts and Stats About Beauty
  168. 19 Natural Masks, Treatments, and Tricks
  169. 19 Best Beauty Blogs.
  170. 22 Best Face Moisturizers
  171. 22 Proven Health Benefits Of Henna & Benefits to Skin, Hair and Nails
  172. 22 Interesting Facts About Plastic Surgery
  173. 25 Foods Make You Look Younger
  174. 25 Natural Ways to Maintain Youthful, Glowing Skin
  175. 25 Best Facial Moisturizers for Hydrated, Healthy Skin
  176. 37 Little-Known Natural Beauty Secrets from Around the World.
  177. 40 Rejuvenating Plastic Surgery Facts
  178. 40 Beauty Expert-Recommended Secrets to Looking Younger.
  179. 50 Excellent Women's Health and Beauty Blogs.
  180. 50 Beauty Facts
  181. 99+ Beauty Facts That Will Help You to Pamper Your Skin
▷ Drugs - Alcoholism - Addiction
  1. Signs of Substance Abuse - Common Drug Abuse Symptoms and Effects
  2. Commonly Misused Substances
  3. Understanding Substances and Substance Use
  4. Understanding Substance Abuse and Facilitating Recovery
  5. Educational Resources: Misuse of Prescription Pain Relievers | FDA
  6. Dual Diagnosis: Substance Abuse and Mental Health
  7. Substance Abuse
  8. Substance Abuse and Dependence
  9. Substance Abuse Causes and Consequences
  10. Substance Abuse Treatment
  11. Substance Abuse Treatment at Northern Illinois
  12. Substance Abuse Treatment and Domestic Violence
  13. Substance Abuse and Recovery Workbook
  14. Substance Use and Co-Occurring Mental Disorders
  15. Substance Use and Sexual Violence
  16. Substance Use Treatment for Veterans
  17. Statistics on Veterans and Substance Abuse.
  18. Veterans Mental Health - PTSD, Anxiety, Depression & Substance Abuse
  19. Veteran Substance Abuse - A New War on Home Soil
  20. Types of Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
  21. Treatment for Mental and Substance Use Disorders | findtreatment.gov
  22. High Risk Substance Use in Youth
  23. Teen Substance Use & Risks
  24. Promising Strategies to Reduce Substance Abuse
  25. Associations Between Substance Use and Type of Crime in Prisoners with Substance Use Problems
  26. Adolescents and Substance Abuse: The Effects of Substance Abuse on Parents and Siblings
  27. The Link Between Substance Abuse and Violence
  28. Relationship Between Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence
  29. Domestic Violence and Abuse
  30. Domestic Violence & Addiction
  31. Health Concerns of Drug Use, Abuse and Addiction
  32. Signs of Drug Addiction
  33. Effects of Drug and Alcohol Use on Weight Change.
  34. Sex and Drugs: Effects of Addiction on Sexuality
  35. The Relationship Between Sexual and Physical Abuse and Substance Abuse Consequences
  36. The Basics of Addiction Counseling
  37. Unique New Approaches to Painkiller Addiction Treatment
  38. Drug Addiction
  39. Drug Addiction Treatment and Recovery
  40. Drug Addiction (Substance Use Disorder) - Symptoms and Causes | Mayo Clinic
  41. Drug Addiction: Substance Abuse, Substance Use Disorder, Treatment
  42. Drug Testing
  43. Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment
  44. Drug & Alcohol Rehab Costs & Insurance Coverage
  45. Drugs, Brains, and Behavior - The Science of Addiction.
  46. Drugs and Violence
  47. Drugs, Crime and Violence: The Microlevel Impact
  48. Drug Abuse and Addiction.
  49. Drug Misuse and Addiction | NIDA
  50. Drug Use and Addiction
  51. Drugs and Addiction
  52. Drug Addiction (Substance Use Disorder) - Symptoms and Causes
  53. Drug Rehab Statistics, Rehabilitation Stats.
  54. Drug Overdose Deaths | CDC
  55. Drug Overdose Deaths in the United States, 1999–2018
  56. Drug Overdose Death Statistics: Opioids and Fentanyl
  57. Drug and Opioid-Involved Overdose Deaths in the U.S. (2013–2017).
  58. Overdose Death Rates | National Institute on Drug Abuse
  59. Inpatient Drug Rehab In Illinois | Residential Addiction Treatment
  60. Therapy Manuals for Drug Addiction
  61. The Best Drug Rehabs in Florida: What Resources Are Available?.
  62. The Most Dangerous Drugs in the World
  63. Most Dangerous Drugs Which Can Kill You in Minutes
  64. Know the Risks of Using Drugs
  65. Rehab Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment
  66. Does Insurance Cover Drug and Alcohol Rehab?: Rehab with Insurance
  67. Protecting Children from Online Drug Dealers
  68. Basic Concepts in Drug Addiction
  69. Understanding Drug Abuse and Addiction
  70. Understanding Drug Use and Addiction Drug Facts
  71. Theories on Drug Abuse - Selected Contemporary Perspectives
  72. Heart Health: The Effect of Drugs and Addiction
  73. Health, Social, and Psychological Consequences of Drug Use and Abuse.
  74. The Physical & Mental Effects of Drug Abuse
  75. The Causes and Effects of Drug Addiction.
  76. Community and Drugs
  77. Social Determinants of Drug Use
  78. The Social Impact of Drug Abuse.
  79. Impact of Drug Abuse on Health and Society
  80. Effects of Drug Abuse and Addiction
  81. Resources and Information About Addiction and Mental Health Treatment
  82. Oral Health of Drug Abusers: A Review of Health Effects and Care
  83. Addressing Prescription Drug Abuse in the United States
  84. Mental Health and Addiction Statistics
  85. Veteran Addiction & Mental Health Statistics.
  86. Healing the Addicted Brain - Innovative Addiction Support and Treatment
  87. Fentanyl: The Most Dangerous Illegal Drug in America
  88. Fentanyl Addiction & Abuse
  89. Fentanyl Addiction: Symptoms and Signs of Abuse
  90. Fentanyl Side Effects: Mental & Physical Effects of Fentanyl Use
  91. Fentanyl Abuse Signs, Symptoms, & Side Effects
  92. Long-Term Effects of Fentanyl Abuse & Addiction
  93. Signs of Fentanyl Abuse: Addiction, Effects, and Treatment
  94. Heroin, Fentanyl, and Other Opioids: A Comprehensive Resource for Families with a Teen or Young Adult Struggling with Opioid Use
  95. Doctors More Cautious Now When Prescribing Opioids to Kids.
  96. Drug Overdose Death Statistics - US Interactive Map
  97. Meth Addiction: Facts, Statistics & How Meth Changes You
  98. Meth Addiction & Abuse Statistics - Understanding Meth Use
  99. Meth Addiction and Abuse: Signs, Symptoms and Dangers
  100. Meth Addiction and Abuse: Everything you Need to Know
  101. Meth Abuse Symptoms, Signs and Addiction Treatment
  102. Methamphetamine (Meth) Addiction & Abuse
  103. Methamphetamine Drug Facts
  104. Methamphetamine: The Most Dangerous Drug
  105. Side Effects and Long-Term Effects of Methadone
  106. Effects of Methadone on the Brain and Body
  107. Methadone Addiction and Abuse - Understanding a Methadone Addiction
  108. Methadone Addiction - Abuse, Effects, Treatment & Recovery
  109. Tracing the US Opioid Crisis to Its Roots.
  110. Only a Quarter of Opioid Painkillers Taken After Most Surgeries.
  111. Caring for Women with Opioid Disorder
  112. The Opioid Crisis and the Black/African American Population: An Urgent Issue
  113. Addressing the Prescription Opioid Crisis
  114. Opioid Analgesics: Pathways to Addiction
  115. Opioids: Brand Names, Generic Names & Street Names
  116. Opioid Addiction: Signs, Symptoms and Dangers
  117. Opioid Addiction Facts & Figures.
  118. Even Wisdom Tooth Removal May Spur Opioid Addiction.
  119. Prescription Opioids and Heroin Issues.
  120. Timeline and Addressing Opioid Misuse and Abuse | FDA
  121. Aggressive Behaviour and Heroin Addiction
  122. Symptoms of Heroin Addiction, Use, and Abuse
  123. Signs of Heroin Use, Abuse & Addiction (Physical & Behavioral)
  124. Heroin Addiction and Abuse
  125. Heroin Addiction and Abuse: Signs, Symptoms and Dangers
  126. Heroin Addiction & Facts - How & Why Heroin Is Abused
  127. Heroin: Abuse, Effects, Risks, and Addiction
  128. Marijuana’s Effect on the Body and Brain
  129. Marijuana and Heart Health
  130. Marijuana: Facts Parents Need to Know.
  131. Marijuana vs. Alcohol
  132. Marijuana Use and Teens
  133. Marijuana Use: Detrimental to Youth
  134. Teenagers and Cannabis Use: Why It's a Problem and What Can Be Done About It
  135. Health Effects of Marijuana
  136. Know the Risks of Marijuana
  137. The Dangers of Marijuana in Adolescence
  138. The Negative Health Effects of Marijuana
  139. New Study Looks at Health Effects of Eating Marijuana.
  140. Medicine or Menace? The Marijuana Argument Is Rekindled.
  141. Adverse Health Effects of Marijuana Use
  142. The Effects of Marijuana on Your Body
  143. The Effects and Dangers of K2
  144. Synthetic Marijuana: K2/Kush Side Effects
  145. Effects of Spice, K2 and Synthetic Marijuana Abuse
  146. Synthetic Cannabinoids (K2/Spice) Drug Facts
  147. More Teens Who Use Marijuana Are Suffering From Psychosis
  148. K2, Spice, and Synthetic Cannabinoids
  149. Spice Overdose and Side Effects
  150. Cocaine
  151. Cocaine: Abuse and Addiction
  152. Cocaine Addiction and Abuse: Signs, Symptoms and Dangers
  153. Cocaine Addiction & Treatment
  154. Cocaine (Crack, Coke) Drug Facts, Effects, and Use
  155. Cocaine Drug Facts
  156. Cocaine Health Effects
  157. Cocaine Effects on the Body: Short-Term & Side Effects
  158. Cocaine Statistics by Age, Gender, and Ethnicity
  159. Cocaine Use and Depression
  160. Cocaine Research Report
  161. Cocaine Abuse and Addiction Research Report
  162. Depression Among Cocaine Abusers in Treatment
  163. The Risks & Effects of Cocaine Abuse on the Body
  164. The Truth About Cocaine
  165. Hydrocodone Addiction
  166. Hydrocodone Addiction: Symptoms and Signs of Abuse
  167. Hydrocodone Addiction and Abuse
  168. The Effects of Hydrocodone Use
  169. Is Hydrocodone Addictive?
  170. Treatment Options for Hydrocodone Abuse and Addiction
  171. Morphine Abuse & Addiction - Effects, Overdose, & Treatment
  172. Morphine Abuse Signs, Symptoms, & Side Effects
  173. Morphine Abuse Symptoms, Signs and Addiction Treatment
  174. Morphine Effects - Short Term, Long Term & Side Effects
  175. Morphine Addiction: Identify Signs & Side Effects
  176. Effects of Morphine Abuse and Addiction
  177. Oxycodone Addiction and Abuse - A Potent Painkiller
  178. Oxycodone Addiction: Symptoms, Signs of Abuse & Rehab Treatment
  179. Oxycodone Abuse Signs, Symptoms and Addiction Treatment
  180. Oxycodone Addiction - Abuse, Effects, Treatment & Recovery
  181. Oxycodone Effects - Short Term, Long Term & Side Effects
  182. Oxycodone Abuse, Addiction, and Treatment Programs
  183. Diazepam Abuse - Signs, Symptoms & Effects of Valium Abuse
  184. Side Effects of Diazepam Abuse - Signs, Symptoms & Effects
  185. Valium (Diazepam) Abuse, Addiction, and Treatment Options
  186. Valium Addiction and Abuse - Diazepam Addiction
  187. Valium (Diazepam): Addiction, Withdrawal and Treatment
  188. Is Ecstasy (MDMA) Addictive?
  189. Is MDMA Addictive? | NIH
  190. MDMA (Ecstasy/Molly): Effects, Abuse, Risks, and Addiction
  191. Ecstasy (MDMA/Molly) Addiction & Abuse
  192. Ecstasy Addiction and Abuse: Understanding MDMA
  193. Ecstasy/MDMA Addiction, Abuse, and Symptoms
  194. Effects of Ketamine Abuse
  195. Ketamine Side Effects: Physical, Mental & Long-Term Effects
  196. Ketamine Effects: After & Short Term Effects of Ketamine
  197. Ketamine Risks, Side Effects, and Treatment
  198. Ketamine Facts & Effects
  199. Alprazolam Abuse Symptoms, Signs and Addiction Treatment
  200. Xanax (Alprazolam) Side Effects, Symptoms & Signs of Abuse
  201. Xanax Addiction and Abuse - Addiction to Alprazolam
  202. Xanax Bars Side Effects and Dangers of Alprazolam Abuse
  203. Xanax: Side Effects, Dangers & Long-Term Impacts
  204. Treatment for Xanax Addiction and Misuse: Detox and Therapy
  205. The Myths of Smoking Pot.
  206. The Perils of Legalized Pot.
  207. Kids Smoking Weed: Risks & Statistics of Teen Marijuana Use
  208. Preventing Drug Use Among Children and Adolescents
  209. The Effects of Addiction on Children
  210. E-Cigs May Help Smokers Quit, But...
  211. Tobacco Use and Heart Health
  212. Tobacco Use & Your Health
  213. Health Effects of Tobacco Use
  214. Tobacco Smoking: Health Impact, Prevalence, Correlates and Interventions
  215. Tobacco Use, Cancer Causation and Public Health Impact
  216. Chewing Tobacco Effects and Statistics
  217. Secondhand Smoke in Childhood Thickens Arteries.
  218. Understanding Alcoholism & Alcohol Abuse Within Families
  219. Understanding Alcoholism for Families
  220. Understanding Alcohol Use Disorder
  221. Addressing Alcohol Use Practice Manual
  222. Building a Strong Support System: Resources for Loved Ones of Alcoholics
  223. Problems Associated with Alcohol Consumption by University Students
  224. Important Facts About Alcohol and Drugs
  225. Chronic Alcohol Use and Sleep Homeostasis: Risk Factors
  226. Signs of Drinking Problem
  227. Self-Tests to Help Determine a Drinking Problem
  228. Sobriety Calculator
  229. Limiting Alcohol to Manage High Blood Pressure.
  230. Alcohol Rehab Insurance Coverage for Addiction Treatment
  231. Alcohol and Other Substance Use
  232. Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
  233. Alcohol Facts and Statistics
  234. Alcohol Use - Facts & Resources
  235. Alcohol Use: Weighing Risks and Benefits
  236. Alcohol Use and Cancer
  237. Alcohol – Body & Health Effects - A Brief Overview
  238. Alcohol: Balancing Risks and Benefits
  239. Alcohol Consumption and Risk of Glioma (Brain Tumor)
  240. Alcohol and Cancer
  241. Alcohol Effects on Kidneys
  242. Alcohol and Your Kidneys
  243. Alcohol, Smoking and Obesity Fueling ‘Alarming’ Global Cancer Surge.
  244. Alcohol, Gender, and Drinking Problems
  245. Alcohol Addiction and Abuse
  246. Alcohol and Health
  247. Alcohol and Mental Health
  248. Alcohol and Sleep
  249. Alcohol – The Body & Health Effects
  250. Alcohol Consumption During COVID
  251. Alcohol Misuse
  252. Alcohol, Drugs of Abuse, Aggression, and Violence
  253. Alcohol and Drug Problem Overview
  254. Alcohol and Other Drug Problems
  255. Alcohol Screening & Testing - Breath, Blood, Saliva, & QA
  256. Alcohol Calorie Calculator
  257. Alcohol, Processed Meats May Raise Stomach Cancer Risk.
  258. Alcohol: Balancing Risks and Benefits
  259. Alcohol Rehab & Detox Programs
  260. Alcohol and Drug Abuse Statistics (Facts About Addiction)
  261. Alcohol in Canada
  262. Alcoholism and Family Problems: Effects and Treatments
  263. Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse
  264. Alcoholism in Family Systems
  265. Even a Little Alcohol Can Harm Your Health/li>
  266. New Alcohol Research Shows Drinking Small Amounts Can Still Be Harmful to Health
  267. UK Alcohol Facts & Useful Statistics
  268. The Difference Between Alcoholism and Drug Addiction
  269. A Meta-Analysis of Alcohol Consumption and the Risk of Brain
  270. Bulimia and Alcohol Addiction
  271. Inpatient Alcohol Rehabilitation
  272. Outpatient Alcohol Rehab Programs
  273. Impact of Alcohol Consumption on Young People
  274. Impacts of Social Drinking
  275. Policy Impact: Alcohol Impaired Driving
  276. Effects of Alcohol on the Kidneys
  277. Effects of Alcohol Use and Abuse on the Body
  278. Effects of Drug and Alcohol Abuse on Teenagers
  279. The Effects of Alcohol Abuse & Addiction
  280. The Risks & Effects of Alcohol Abuse
  281. The Risks Associated with Alcohol Use and Alcoholism
  282. The Benefits and Disadvantages of Drinking Alcohol
  283. The Road to Recovery from Alcoholism and Addiction: Retribution or Restoration?
  284. Health Risks and Benefits of Alcohol Consumption
  285. Study Links Drinking Pattern to Alcohol’s Effect on Heart Health.
  286. No, Moderate Drinking Isn’t Good for Your Health
  287. Sorting Out the Health Effects of Alcohol
  288. One Major Side Effect of Drinking Red Wine
  289. Is There a Relationship Between Alcohol Quality and Health?
  290. Is Red Wine Good for You?.
  291. Is Red Wine Actually Good for Your Heart?.
  292. Red Wine: Good or Bad?
  293. Red Wine and Resveratrol: Good for Your Heart?.
  294. Benefits of Red Wine for the Heart, Body & Mind.
  295. Are the Health Benefits of Red Wine Actually Legit?.
  296. Psychosocial Factors in Alcohol Use and Alcoholism
  297. Social Effects of Alcohol Abuse: Consequences of Alcoholism in Society
  298. Social Drinking vs Binge Drinking
  299. Social and Cultural Aspects of Drinking - Introduction
  300. Frequent Drinkers See Lower Diabetes Risk.
  301. Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Drugs and Alcohol
  302. Real Life Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Stories
  303. Important Facts About Alcohol and Drugs
  304. Drugs, Brains, and Behavior The Science of Addiction
  305. Video Game Addiction - Signs, Symptoms & Help for Gaming Addictions
  306. Is Video Game Addiction Really an Addiction?
  307. Video Game Addiction and Abuse, and Symptoms
  308. The Association Between Mobile Game Addiction and Depression, Social Anxiety, and Loneliness
  309. The Relationship Between Gambling Addiction and Mental Health
  310. The Relationship Between Video Games and Depression
  311. Is Video Gaming, or Video Game Addiction, Associated with Depression, Academic Achievement, Heavy Episodic Drinking, or Conduct Problems?
  312. Casino Problems and Addiction
  313. Mental Health and Problem Gambling
  314. Prevention of Problem Gambling
  315. Roads to Recovery from Gambling Addiction
  316. Compulsive Gambling Symptoms, Causes and Effects
  317. The Impact of Problem Gambling on Families and Relationship Partners: A Scoping Literature Review
  318. Gambling - Financial Issues
  319. Gambling Addiction Facts and Statistics
  320. Gambling Addiction and Problem Gambling
  321. Gambling Addiction Causes, Treatment & Symptoms.
  322. Gambling Addiction: Stats, Symptoms, and Treatment Options
  323. Gambling Problems: An Introduction for Behavioral Health Services Providers
  324. Online Gaming Addiction in Children and Adolescents
  325. Families Living with Problem Gambling: Impacts, Coping Strategies and Help-Seeking
  326. The Connection Between Gambling Disorder and Substance Use Disorders
  327. Understanding Problem Gambling
  328. Signs and Symptoms of Gambling Withdrawal
  329. Relationships and Problem Gambling
  330. Problem Gamblers and Their Finances
  331. Conceptualizing and Treating Problem Gambling as a Family Issue
  332. Treatment for Gambling Addiction
  333. Tough Truths About Addiction and Depression
  334. Internet Addiction Levels and Problem-Solving Skills in the Teaching Profession: An Investigation
  335. Internet Addiction: The Problem and Treatment
  336. Internet Addiction in Children and Adolescents
  337. Depression and Addiction – Are They Linked?
  338. Theories of Addiction: Causes and 4 Maintenance of Addiction
  339. Tell Me Everything I Need to Know About Addiction
  340. Understanding Addiction
  341. Understanding Addiction and Criminal Behavior
  342. Understanding the Disease of Addiction
  343. Other Types of Addiction (Besides Drug and Alcohol Abuse)
  344. Process Addiction and the Addictive Brain
  345. Effects of Addiction on Sexuality
  346. DNA Test for Addiction
  347. Addiction and Health | NIDA
  348. Addiction to Video Games ...
  349. Addiction in Children: Are There Early Warning Signs?
  350. Addiction: Symptoms to Look for, Causes, and Treatment
  351. Addiction to Prescription Drugs | Harvard Health
  352. Addiction and Recovery
  353. Addictions and Trauma Recovery: An Integrated Approach
  354. Addiction: The Problem & The Solution
  355. Addiction Resources for American Communities.
  356. Addiction Resources
  357. 2 out of 3 Smokers Will Die from Habit: Study.
  358. 5 Things to Know About Genetic Testing for Addiction
  359. 10 Drugs That May Cause Memory Loss.
  360. 10 Top Most Dangerous Drugs.
  361. 10 Top Most Dangerous Drugs | Delamere
  362. 10 Top Most Common Drugs - Most Commonly Used Illegal Drugs
  363. 10 Top Worst Gambling Addiction Stories - Dangers of Problem Gambling
  364. 11 Facts About Alcohol Abuse.
  365. 12 Step Rehab Programs.
  366. 15 Most Dangerous Drugs and How They Impact the Brain
  367. 15 Top Most Dangerous Drugs
  368. 16 Hollywood Faces Who Are Killed by Drugs
  369. 20 Alcoholism Facts.
  370. 25 Dangerous Drugs and Their Street Names
  371. 25 Most Dangerous Drugs, Side Effects, Death Rates
  372. 28 Telltale Signs of Heroin Addiction
  373. 30 Facts About Alcohol.
  374. 41 AAPI Addiction and Mental Health Resources
  375. 50 Top Addiction & Mental Health Resources for Black Men
  376. 51 Essential Addiction & Self-Care Resources for Black Women
▷ Happiness & Life Expectations
  1. Life Expectancy
  2. Life Expectancy at Birth
  3. Life Expectancy at 65
  4. Life Expectancy - An Overview
  5. Lifespan Calculator – Test Your Life Expectancy.
  6. Life Expectancy Calculator
  7. Life Expectancy Calculator | SSA
  8. Life Expectancy Gap Between Men and Women Grows Wider in the U.S.
  9. American Women Are Outliving Men by 6 Years Since Pandemic. But Why?
  10. U.S. Life Expectancy 1950-2022
  11. Expectation of Life in the United States
  12. Changes in Life Expectancy in the United States: 1900-2000
  13. Changes in Life Expectancy by Race and Hispanic Origin in the United States, 2013-2014
  14. Changes in the Body with Aging
  15. Life Plan for the Life Span
  16. Happiness and Life Expectancy by Main Occupational Position Among Older Workers
  17. Happiest Countries in the World
  18. There's More to Life Than Being Happy
  19. Health, United States – Data Finder
  20. Live a Beautiful Life in 10 Easy Steps
  21. Living a Healthy Life
  22. Leading a Healthy Life
  23. Creating a Healthy Life
  24. Living Alone as a Risk Factor for Cancer Incidence, Case-Fatality and All-cause Mortality
  25. Living Alone Raises Americans' Cancer Risk by Nearly a Third
  26. People Living Alone Have Higher Mortality Rates
  27. Living Alone Could Significantly Raise Your Risk of Dying from Cancer
  28. Youth Health Issues
  29. Can You Lengthen Your Life?
  30. Want to Add Healthy Years to Your Life? Here’s What New Longevity Research Says.
  31. The Keys to Life
  32. The Key to Becoming the Most Wonderful Version of Yourself
  33. Evolution of the Human Lifespan and Diseases of Aging: Roles of Infection, Inflammation, and Nutrition
  34. Decoding Keys to a Healthy Life
  35. Loneliness Can Increase Risk of Heart Disease by 27 Percent for Older Women
  36. Loneliness and Social Isolation as Risk Factors for Coronary Heart Disease and Stroke
  37. Evaluation of Social Isolation, Loneliness, and Cardiovascular Disease Among Older Women in the US
  38. Understanding Loneliness and Social Isolation: How to Stay Connected
  39. Social Isolation: Symptoms, Prevention, Treatments
  40. Aging and Health
  41. Aging and the Body: A Review
  42. Healthy Aging
  43. Healthy Aging in Action
  44. Aging in Place
  45. Aging Matters
  46. Aging Well
  47. The Aging Process
  48. Health, Aging and Quality of Life
  49. Brain Health and Quality of Life in Aging
  50. Age and Driving
  51. Experts Weigh in on Evidence for Anti-Aging Diets
  52. Global Aging
  53. Global Health and Aging
  54. Psychology and Aging
  55. The Psychology of Old Age: Emotion and Fulfillment
  56. Psychological Effects of Aging
  57. Older Adults' Health and Age-Related Changes
  58. World Population Ageing.
  59. The Double Standard of Ageing.
  60. A Life Span Model of Successful Aging
  61. The State of Mental Health and Aging in America
  62. Good Genes Are Nice, But Joy Is Better
  63. Retirees Are Underestimating How Long They Will Live
  64. Friendships Are Key to Health, Happiness, and a Long Life
  65. Turning Back the Aging Clock -- in Mice.
  66. The Inequities in the Cost of Chronic Disease for Older Adults
  67. Getting Over Getting Older
  68. Growing Older Staying Well
  69. Cultivating Happiness
  70. Happiness and Life Satisfaction
  71. Does Happiness Increase in Old Age?
  72. Healthy Habits Can Lengthen Life
  73. Habits to Form Now for a Longer Life
  74. Arizona Woman Being Studied by Scientists Looking for Secrets to a Long Life
  75. Kane Tanaka, the World's Oldest Living Person, Just Turned 119!
  76. Asian Traditions of Wellness
  77. Measuring Progress Towards Universal Health Coverage in Asia.
  78. The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life.
  79. Longevity To-Do List for Your 30s.
  80. People Over 40 Feel 20% Younger than Their Age
  81. You're Only as Old as You Feel
  82. Impact of Healthy Lifestyle Factors on Life Expectancies in the U.S. Population
  83. Longevity.
  84. The Longevity Diet
  85. Identical Twins Turn 100, Reflect on Life of ‘Scandal’ and Joy: ‘People Love that We’re Still Together’
  86. Simple Rules to Follow If You Want to Live to 100
  87. Live to 100 by Adding Beans to Your Diet
  88. Living to 100: The Four Keys to Longevity
  89. Living to 100 and Beyond: The Right Genes plus a Healthy Lifestyle
  90. Is 100 the New 80? What's It Take to Live Longer?
  91. Living Beyond the Age of 100.
  92. People Who Live to 100 Have These Traits in Common | Time
  93. Those Who Live to 100 Have These Things in Common
  94. Want to Live to Be 100? Here’s What Experts Recommend.
  95. Want to Live Past 100? Centenarians Share Their Secrets.
  96. Want to Live to 100? Eat These Foods: Fish, Vegetables, Yogurt, Nuts, and Fiber.
  97. More Americans Are Living to 100. Get Ready for the Super-Aging Era
  98. Should We Plan on Living to 100?.
  99. Life Expectancy Grows for Women Age 50 and Up.
  100. The Triumph of New-Age Medicine.
  101. Live a Beautiful Life in 10 Easy Steps.
  102. Do We Really Live Longer than Our Ancestors?
  103. Did Ancient People Die Young?
  104. Is Longevity Good, or Not?
  105. Does Physical Activity Increase Life Expectancy?
  106. Do We Really Live Longer than Our Ancestors? | BBC
  107. Secrets of a Long Life.
  108. The Secrets to Living a Longer and Better Life.
  109. The Secret to a Long and Healthy Life? Eat Less
  110. The Real Secrets to a Longer Life.
  111. The Pill that Could Change the Future of Aging
  112. Helping Others Helps You to Live Longer.
  113. Living a Long Life with HIV.
  114. Importance of Good Health in Our Life
  115. The Rules of Life
  116. Will Healthy Eating Make You Happier?
  117. The Subtle Ways Your Accent Defines You (Video)
  118. The Key to a More Satisfying and Happy Life (Video)
  119. A Simple Way to Force Your Brain to be more Creative (Video)
  120. Is a Happy Life Different from a Meaningful One?
  121. CDC: U.S. Life Expectancy Continues to Fall
  122. Menopause and Memory: Know the Facts
  123. Questions of Life Expectancy and Longevity.
  124. Is a Happy Life Different from a Meaningful One?
  125. Does Work Make You Happy?
  126. Happy You, Healthy Me?
  127. Happiest States in America
  128. Happiness
  129. Happiness Linked to Longer Life.
  130. Happiness and Life Satisfaction
  131. Happiness Isn't Enough: Why a Life Without Meaning Will ...
  132. The Happiness of a Beautiful Mind
  133. The Happiness-Health Connection | Harvard Health
  134. The Happiness - Health Connection
  135. The Art of Happiness
  136. The Four Levels of Happiness
  137. The Differences Between Happiness and Meaning in Life
  138. Discovering the Fountain of Youth: Living Well into Your 90s
  139. A Wonderful Life: Experiential Consumption and the Pursuit of Happiness
  140. The Shortest Path to Happiness
  141. World Happiness Report
  142. The Link Between Happiness and Health
  143. Will Healthy Eating Make You Happier?
  144. Healthy, Happy Families Express
  145. Healthy Brain, Happy Life
  146. Health Benefits of Happiness
  147. Healthy Lifestyle and Happiness
  148. Exploring the Link Between Health and Happiness
  149. Beauty Is the Promise of Happiness?
  150. Is a Happy Life Different from a Meaningful One?
  151. The Science of What Makes People Happy
  152. Could You Make Yourself Happier?.
  153. Want to Live a Happy Life?
  154. Want to Be Happier?
  155. Does Happiness Lead to Success?
  156. The Science of Happiness
  157. Simple Ways to Live a Healthy Lifestyle
  158. Good Genes Are Nice, But Joy Is Better
  159. Living a Happy, Healthy and Satisfying Life
  160. The Truth About Fats: The Good, The Bad, and The In-Between
  161. Quality of Life: Everyone Wants It, But What Is It?
  162. Quality of Life, Health and Happiness
  163. Health-Related Quality of Life and Well-Being
  164. Longevity Map: Genetic Association Studies of Longevity.
  165. Keeping Track of the Oldest People in the World.
  166. Health & Wellness: Redefining Healthy Living
  167. A Lifetime of Good Health
  168. Healthcare and Life Sciences Predictions
  169. Does Medicine Actually Make People Live Longer?
  170. Beautiful Quotes on the Natural Beauty of Life.
  171. Good Health Adds Life to Years
  172. Habits to Help You Live Longer
  173. Can You Lengthen Your Life?
  174. Can We Live Longer But Stay Younger?
  175. Secrets to Living a Healthier, More Joyful Life
  176. The Secrets of Longevity
  177. Want to Live Longer? Do These 5 Things
  178. Longevity, Life Expectancy and Healthy Life Expectancy
  179. The 4-Step Plan to Get Your Life on Track.
  180. The Impact of the Increase in Life Expectancy.
  181. Life Expectancy - An Overview.
  182. Life Expectancy and Quality of Life.
  183. Improving Quality of Life Through Your Dental Care.
  184. Health Inequalities.
  185. Live Long in Good Health: Could Calorie Restriction Mimetics Hold the Key?
  186. The Effect of New Drugs on Longevity.
  187. Reaching for a Healthier Life
  188. Live Well 20 Habits for Everyday Health
  189. Exercise May Be the Most Effective Weapon Against Aging.
  190. Easy Ways to Protect Your Aging Brain.
  191. Healthy Lifestyle, Greater Disease-free Life Expectancy
  192. Long-Term Care Services in the United States (2013).
  193. U.S. Decennial Life, 2009–2011
  194. Live a Beautiful Life in 10 Easy Steps
  195. You’re Likely to Live Longer If You Retire After 65
  196. US Life Expectancy After Retirement
  197. Here's the Average Length of Retirement. Will Your Money Last That Long?
  198. Do Those Who Retire Early Live Longer?
  199. Average Retirement Age in the United States
  200. The Best Ages to Retire
  201. Retire After 65: It's One of the Secrets to a Long Happy Life!
  202. Early Retirement May Be the Kiss of Death, Study Finds
  203. Prepare for Life After Retirement
  204. Journey Through the 6 Stages of Retirement
  205. Common Post-Retirement Risks
  206. The Science of Retirement Happiness
  207. The Effects of Retirement on Physical and Mental Health
  208. Does Retirement Improve Health and Life Satisfaction?
  209. The Health & Retirement Study
  210. 4 Top Ways to Live Longer | Johns Hopkins Medicine.
  211. 5 Top Ways to Build a Wonderful Life
  212. 5 Ways to Find Purpose In Life After Retirement
  213. 5 Ways to Extend Your Life Expectancy by a Decade.
  214. 5 Healthy Habits that Can Help You Live Longer.
  215. 5 Healthy Habits to Help You Live Past 90
  216. 5 Eating Habits That Shorten Your Lifespan.
  217. 5 Things Science Says Will Make You Happier.
  218. 5 Keys to a Longer Life with a Healthy Lifestyle
  219. 5 Little Principles to Help You Live a Peaceful Life.
  220. 6 Positive Lifestyle Factors That Promote Good Health
  221. 6 Simple Secrets for Living a Happy and Healthy Life.
  222. 6 Secrets to a Happier Life | Time.
  223. 6 Ways to Increase Your Lifespan.
  224. 6 Things That Help Make a Person Truly Happy.
  225. 6 Ways Happiness Is Good for Your Health
  226. 7 Secrets to Living a Long & Happy Life.
  227. 7 Habits for Longer Life.
  228. 7 Habits of People Who Age Well
  229. 7 Life Priorities in Retirement
  230. 7 Lessons Learned from the Happiest Country in the World.
  231. 7 Key Steps to Living a Beautiful Life.
  232. 8 Signs That You Could Live to Be 100 Years Old
  233. 8 Ways to Add Healthy Years to Your Life
  234. 9 Things Proven to Make You Happy.
  235. 9 Facts About How Long We Live
  236. 9 Scientific Secrets to Healthy Aging.
  237. 9 Simple Principles that Can Help You Find Harmony in Life
  238. 10 Simple Ways to Find Happiness.
  239. 10 Simple Steps to Increase Life Expectancy.
  240. 10 Steps to Healthy, Happy Aging.
  241. 10 Keys to Happier Living
  242. 10 Ways to Be Happy
  243. 10 Essential Facts About Life Expectancy.
  244. 10 Secrets to a Long Life from People Who’ve Lived to 100
  245. 10 Facts on Ageing and Health
  246. 10 Choices That Lead to a Happy, Fulfilling Life
  247. 10 Things to Stop Doing for a Longer Life
  248. 10 Healthy Habits Happy (and Beautiful) Women Swear by
  249. 12 Secrets to Living a Long, Healthy Life
  250. 12 Ways to Reduce Stress and Live a More Peaceful and Healthy Life.
  251. 13 Habits That Are Aging You.
  252. 13 Habits Linked to a Long Life.
  253. 14 Things That Make You Happy and Enjoy Life More.
  254. 14 Steps to a Healthy Lifestyle
  255. 14 Everyday Mistakes That Are Aging Your Hair.
  256. 15 Simple Ways to Live a Happy Life.
  257. 18 Secrets for a Longer Life
  258. 18 Easy Ways to Be Happier and Healthier
  259. 20 Happiest Countries in the World.
  260. 20 Secrets to Living a Happier Life
  261. 20 Questions That Could Change Your Life.
  262. 21 Ways to Live in Harmony with the Universe.
  263. 24 Easy Habits that Psychologists Have Linked with Health and Happiness.
  264. 25 Habits to Help You Live a Happier Life.
  265. 25 Wonderful Facts About 'It’s a Wonderful Life'
  266. 25 Life Lessons I Have Learned Over the Last 25 Years
  267. 29 Best Ways to Start Living a Healthy & Happy Life
  268. 30 Facts and Statistics on Aging in the U.S.
  269. 30 Revealing Retirement Statistics & Facts
  270. 30 Fundamentals of a Wonderful Life
  271. 35 Ways to Live a More Peaceful Life.
  272. 39 Ways to Live a Beautiful Life.
  273. 44 Ways to Improve Your Health and Happiness.
  274. 50 Simple Habits for a Happier, Healthier Life
  275. 50 Ways to Live a Longer, Healthier, Happier Life
  276. 60 Ways to Live a Longer Life
  277. 65 Habits That Can Help You Live a Longer Life
  278. 68 Fascinating Facts about Aging
  279. 85 Life Is Beautiful Quotes
  280. 100 Ways to Live to 100 | Bestlifeonline
  281. 100 Ways to Live to 100
  282. 100+ Happiness Activities, Exercises, and Tools for Groups and Adults
  283. 137 Bob Marley Quotes on Life, Love, and Happiness
  284. 210 Happiness Quotes That Will Make You Smile
Normal Retirement Age
(Source: Social Security Administration)
Year of birth Age
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1937 and prior 65
1938 65 and 2 months
1939 65 and 4 months
1940 65 and 6 months
1941 65 and 8 months
1942 65 and 10 months
1943-54 66
1955 66 and 2 months
1956 66 and 4 months
1957 66 and 6 months
1958 66 and 8 months
1959 66 and 10 months
1960 and later 67
Notes:
1. Persons born on January 1 of any year should refer to the normal retirement age for the previous year.
2. For the purpose of determining benefit reductions for early retirement, widows and widowers whose entitlement is based on having attained age 60 should add 2 years to the year of birth shown in the table.
3. There are about 10,000 Americans turning 65 each day and receiving full retirement benefits.

Retirement Age Calculator
  • Retirement before "Normal Retirement Age" (NRA) reduces benefits, and retirement after NRA increases benefits.
  • NRA, also referred to as "Full Retirement Age," varies from age 65 to age 67 by year of birth.
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  • Enter your date of birth (// format)
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    6. How to Live a Healthy Lifestyle in 12 Simple Steps
    7. How to Live Longer: 15 Things You Can Do Now
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    10. How to Live to 100 (And Love It!)
    11. How to Live to 100, According to Longevity Experts
    12. How to Live a Wonderful Life
    13. How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job
    14. How to Enjoy Life in a Way That Most People Don't
    15. How to Get a Life
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    17. How to Get a Healthy and Strong Body
    18. How to Get Stronger After 50.
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    20. How to Get in Shape
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    22. How to Get Younger-Looking Hands.
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    32. How to Get Rid of Bags Under Eyes
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    34. How to Get Rid of Bags Under Your Eyes | IPSY
    35. How to Get Rid of Bags Under Your Eyes | Johns Hopkins Medicine
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    56. How to Make Your Hair Look Cute in the Freezing Cold.
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    58. How to Make Flying With Physical Disabilities Less Stressful: A Fully Accessible Guide.
    59. How to Make Natural Eyeshadow at Home
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    61. How to Make a Narcissist Miserable: 12 Things They Hate
    62. How to Make Henna Paste and Apply to Skin
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    12 Harmful Supplements to Avoid
    Name Purported Uses Possible Dangers Comments
    1. Aconite Inflammation, wounds, gout, join pain. Nauseas, vomiting, toxicity, low blood pressure, respiration-system paralysis, hearth-rhythm disorders, death. Highly toxic as 2 mg of pure aconite or 1 g of plant may cause death. It's the most common cause of severe herbal poisoning in Hong Kong.
    2. Bitter Orange Weight loss, nasal congestion, allergies Hearth-rhythm disorders, heart attack, stroke, death. fainting. When combined in supplements with caffeine it increases the risk of heart attack, high blood pressure, fainting, and stroke. This product has synephrine , which is similar to ephedrine, banned by the FDA in 2004.
    3. Chaparral Weight loss, inflammation, infection, cancer, detoxification, cold. Kidney and liver damages. Can cause permanent kidney damage and liver problems. The FDA strongly advised consumers not to use this product.
    4. Colloidal Silver HIV/AIDS, infection, fungal, Lyme disease, rosacea, psoriasis, food poisoning, fatigue, Kidney damage, neurological problems, bluish skin, mucous-membrane discoloration. Can accumulate in the skin and organs causing permanent discoloration.  The FDA strongly advised consumers the risk of discoloration on October 6, 2009.
    5. Coltsfoot Coughing, sore throat, laryngitis, bronchitis, asthma. Liver problems, cancer. Toxic to the liver and not recommended for internal use.
    6. Comfrey Cough, chest pain, cancer, menstrual periods. Liver damage, cancer. Associated with liver damage and shouldn't be used internally. The FDA advised manufacturers to remove this product from the market in July 2001.
    7. Country Mallow Asthma, nasal congestion, allergies, weight loss, bronchitis. Hearth-rhythm disorders, heart attack, stroke, death. Contains ephedrine alkaloids, which were banned by the FDA in 2004.
    8. Germanium Infection, pain, heart disease, cancer, glaucoma, liver damage, arthritis, osteoporosis, HIV/AIDS. Kidney problems, death. Associated with kidney problems and can contain harmful additives. In 1993 the FDA warned the use of this dangerous product.
    9. Greater Celandine Upset stomach, irritable bowel syndrome, liver disorders, detoxification, cancer. Liver problems Stomach problems, itching, and liver damage.
    10. Kava Anxiety Liver problems Allergic reactions, blood in the urine, changes in vision, enlarged pupils, lack of coordination, muscle weakness, puffy face, red eyes, shortness of breath, weight loss.  This product is banned in Germany, Canada and Switzerland. The FDA issued a warning of use of this product in 2002.
    11. Lobelia Hearth-rhythm disorders, coughing, bronchitis, asthma. Low/high blood pressure, coma, death, fast heartbeat, toxicity. Profuse sweating, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, tremors, rapid heartbeat, mental confusion, convulsions, hypothermia, coma, and possibly even death.
    12. Yohimbe Chest pain, diabetic complications, depression, erectile dysfunction, aphrodisiac. High blood pressure, fast heartbeat, heart disease, death, kidney problems. High blood pressure, increased heart rate, headache, anxiety, dizziness, and sleeplessness, kidney damage. Contains yohimbine, which may cause serious event effects. The FDA issued a warning in 1993.
     

    Body Energy
    Nutrition
    1. Choose healthy fats, limit saturated fat, and avoid trans fat.
    2. Use liquid plant oils for cooking and baking.
    3. Choose a product that has zero grams of trans fat.
    4. Eat at least one good source (e.g.; fatty fish, walnuts, and canola oil) of omega-3 fats each day.
    5. Go lean on meat and milk.
    6. Salads are great, but watch out for the fat-filled dressings.
    7. There is no magic wand pill, or diet that works for the long haul.
    8. Nuts, seeds, whole grains, soy milk, soy nuts, tofu, fiber, oat bran, and beans may help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol level by up to 10%.
    9. Tips for Sustainable Eating: prioritize plants, minimize meat, select new seafood, look local, and eat mindfully.


    Benefits of Fruits

    Apples

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    Prevents constipation

    Blocks diarrhea

    Improves lung capacity

    Cushions joints

    Apricots

    Combats cancer

    Controls blood pressure

    Saves your eyesight

    Shields against Alzheimer's

    Slows aging process

    Artichokes

    Aids digestion

    Lowers cholesterol

    Protects your heart

    Stabilizes blood sugar

    Guards against liver disease

    Avocados

    Battles diabetes

    Lowers cholesterol

    Helps stops strokes

    Controls blood pressure

    Smoothes skin

    Bananas

    Protects your heart

    Quiets a cough

    Strengthens bones

    Controls blood pressure

    Blocks diarrhea

    Beans

    Prevents constipation

    Helps hemorrhoids

    Lowers cholesterol

    Combats cancer

    Stabilizes blood sugar

    Beets

    Controls blood pressure

    Combats cancer

    Strengthens bones

    Protects your heart

    Aids weight loss

    Blueberries

    Combats cancer

    Protects your heart

    Stabilizes blood sugar

    Boosts memory

    Prevents constipation

    Broccoli

    Strengthens bones

    Saves eyesight

    Combats cancer

    Protects your heart

    Controls blood pressure

    Cabbage

    Combats cancer

    Prevents constipation

    Promotes weight loss

    Protects your heart

    Helps hemorrhoids

    Cantaloupe

    Saves eyesight

    Controls blood pressure

    Lowers cholesterol

    Combats cancer

    Supports immune system

    Carrots

    Saves eyesight

    Protects your heart

    Prevents constipation

    Combats cancer

    Promotes weight loss

    Cauliflower

    Protects against Prostate Cancer

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    Strengthens bones

    Banishes bruises

    Guards against heart disease

    Cherries

    Protects your heart

    Combats Cancer

    Ends insomnia

    Slows aging process

    Shields against Alzheimer's

    Chestnuts

    Promotes weight loss

    Protects your heart

    Lowers cholesterol

    Combats Cancer

    Controls blood pressure

    Chili peppers

    Aids digestion

    Soothes sore throat

    Clears sinuses

    Combats Cancer

    Boosts immune system

    Figs

    Promotes weight loss

    Helps stops strokes

    Lowers cholesterol

    Combats Cancer

    Controls blood pressure

    Fish

    Protects your heart

    Boosts memory

    Protects your heart

    Combats Cancer

    Supports immune system

    Flax

    Aids digestion

    Battles diabetes

    Protects your heart

    Improves mental health

    Boosts immune system

    Garlic

    Lowers cholesterol

    Controls blood pressure

    Combats cancer

    Kills bacteria

    Fights fungus

    Grapefruit

    Protects against heart attacks

    Promotes Weight loss

    Helps stops strokes

    Combats Prostate Cancer

    Lowers cholesterol

    Grapes

    Saves eyesight

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    Combats cancer

    Enhances blood flow

    Protects your heart

    Green tea

    Combats cancer

    Protects your heart

    Helps stops strokes

    Promotes Weight loss

    Kills bacteria

    Honey

    Heals wounds

    Aids digestion

    Guards against ulcers

    Increases energy

    Fights allergies

    Lemons

    Combats cancer

    Protects your heart

    Controls blood pressure

    Smoothes skin

    Stops scurvy

    Limes

    Combats cancer

    Protects your heart

    Controls blood pressure

    Smoothes skin

    Stops scurvy

    Mangoes

    Combats cancer

    Boosts memory

    Regulates thyroid

    Aids digestion

    Shields against Alzheimer's

    Mushrooms

    Controls blood pressure

    Lowers cholesterol

    Kills bacteria

    Combats cancer

    Strengthens bones

    Oats

    Lowers cholesterol

    Combats cancer

    Battles diabetes

    Prevents constipation

    Smoothes skin

    Olive oil

    Protects your heart

    Promotes Weight loss

    Combats cancer

    Battles diabetes

    Smoothes skin

    Onions

    Reduce risk of heart attack

    Combats cancer

    Kills bacteria

    Lowers cholesterol

    Fights fungus

    Oranges

    Supports immune systems

    Combats cancer

    Protects your heart

    Straightens respiration

    Peaches

    Prevents constipation

    Combats cancer

    Helps stops strokes

    Aids digestion

    Helps hemorrhoids

    Peanuts

    Protects against heart disease

    Promotes Weight loss

    Combats Prostate Cancer

    Lowers cholesterol

    Aggravates
    Diverticulitis

    Pineapple

    Strengthens bones

    Relieves colds

    Aids digestion

    Dissolves warts

    Blocks diarrhea

    Prunes

    Slows aging process

    Prevents constipation

    Boosts memory

    Lowers cholesterol

    Protects against heart disease

    Rice

    Protects your heart

    Battles diabetes

    Conquers kidney stones

    Combats cancer

    Helps stops strokes

    Strawberries

    Combats cancer

    Protects your heart

    Boosts memory

    Calms stress

    Sweet potatoes

    Saves your eyesight

    Lifts mood

    Combats cancer

    Strengthens bones

    ...

    Tomatoes

    Protects prostate

    Combats cancer

    Lowers cholesterol

    Protects your heart

    Walnuts

    Lowers cholesterol

    Combats cancer

    Boosts memory

    Lifts mood

    Protects against heart disease

    Water

    Promotes Weight loss

    Combats cancer

    Conquers kidney stones

    Smoothes skin

    Watermelon

    Protects prostate

    Promotes Weight loss

    Lowers cholesterol

    Helps stops strokes

    Controls blood pressure

    Wheat germ

    Combats Colon Cancer

    Prevents constipation

    Lowers cholesterol

    Helps stops strokes

    Improves digestion

    Wheat bran

    Combats Colon Cancer

    Prevents constipation

    Lowers cholesterol

    Helps stops strokes

    Improves digestion

    Yogurt

    Guards against ulcers

    Strengthens bones

    Lowers cholesterol

    Supports immune systems

    Aids digestion


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