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Processed Carbohydrates Are Addictive, Brain Study Suggests (July 4th, 2013)

Researchers have found eating highly-processed carbohydrates like cakes, cookies and chips could affect pleasure centers in the brain, leading to serious cravings that might cause people to overeat.

How to Stay Cool During a Sweltering Heat Wave (July 4th, 2013)

With heat unlikely to subside even at night, experts are warning residents in affected areas about dangers of heat. A June Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study showed that about 650 deaths each year from extreme heat could have been prevented

The importance of hydration (July 2nd, 2013)
Reasons to Get a Flu Shot (June 27th, 2013)

The flu vaccine is far from 100 percent effective, but researchers have calculated that over the past six years it has prevented millions of illnesses and tens of thousands of hospitalizations.

Is Soy Healthy or Harmful? (June 27th, 2013)

The current market has variety of food options containing soy, and different techniques of genetically modified soy are currently in practice. Lisa Collier Cool justifies the effects of soy in this article, whether how much beneficial and how much harmful

Tattoo Dos & Don'ts (June 25th, 2013)
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