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Joe’s Super Green Juice

Joe’s Super Green Juice

Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead documents the 60-day journey of Australian Joe Cross across the US while he follows a juice fast in an effort to regain his health under the care of Dr. Joel Fuhrman, [...]

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Blood test spots cancer recurrence a year early

Blood test spots cancer recurrence a year early

Fighting cancer once is hard enough, but a reoccurrence of this dreaded disease is incredibly demoralising, knowing you must go through the long, painful journey all over again.

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Nutrient-packed Hoppin’ John for anytime of the year

Nutrient-packed Hoppin’ John for anytime of the year

If you eat leftover Hoppin’ John the day after New Year’s Day, then the name changes to Skippin’ Jenny. Eating a bowl of Skippin’ Jenny is believed to even better your chances for a prosperous [...]

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What the Amish can teach us about asthma and allergies

What the Amish can teach us about asthma and allergies

When you think of how the youth of today spend their time, it’s staggering how quickly things have changed. Children and teenagers today will while away the hours staring at some kind of screen, [...]

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Lifestyle is key to lowering heart disease risk

Lifestyle is key to lowering heart disease risk

The majority of diseases, though, can be described as multifactorial. This means they’re due to a combination of factors, including genetics, lifestyle and the environment around us.

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Why is the Paleo diet getting such a bad rap?

Why is the Paleo diet getting such a bad rap?

The Paleo diet, or “Caveman’s diet”, is a diet that focusses on plenty of lean animal-based protein, healthy saturated fats, nuts and fresh vegetables.

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How coffee can help save your memory

How coffee can help save your memory

The health benefits of coffee have long been the subject of debate. Some studies say coffee is detrimental to your health. Others say it’s beneficial.

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How your smartphone could help treat diabetes

How your smartphone could help treat diabetes

A new study, conducted by scientists at the East China Normal University in Shanghai, has put this ‘smart’ technology to use in helping to manage diabetes.

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