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Reduce Nighttime Bathroom Trips – Diet Hack for Frequent Urination

By Health Tips Now Most people, over the age of 50, wake up during the night to urinate. This condition is known as nocturia. It can lead to irritability, sleep disruption, stress, and daytime tiredness. But a new study reveals that one easy diet change can reduce nighttime bathroom trips. People who have this problem are…

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Hormone Therapy After Menopause Damages Kidneys

By Marco Torres Estrogen treatment after menopause increases the risk of new kidney damage, according to a study by Tulane University School of Medicine researchers published in the American Journal of Physiology–Renal Physiology. Estrogen seems to protect against high blood pressure, one cause of kidney damage. Since fewer premenopausal women have high blood pressure than…

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8 Triggers to Migraine and Tension Headaches

By Dr. Scott Graves Many common triggers exist as to what brings on a tension headache or migraine for someone. Here are 8 of the most common triggers. 1. Stress Stress is simply a catch-all word for experiencing negative emotions.  Some of the worst offenders being anger (irritation, annoyance, hatred, rage, aggravated) and fear (uncertainty,…

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Magnesium: The Missing Link to Better Health

By Organic Health The National Acad­emy of Sciences report showing that 80 percent of American men and 70 percent of American women don’t get the Recommended Daily Allow­ance (RDA) of magnesium from their diets and whatever supplements they are taking. Dubbed the multi-tasking mineral, magnesium is a critical but often overlooked nutrient for the prevention…

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The Top 9 Herbs For Kidney Cleansing

by Arjun Walia Out of the 783,936 annual deaths from conventional medicine mistakes, approximately 106,000 of those are the result of prescription drug use [1]. According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, two-hundred and ninety people in the United States are killed by prescription drugs every day [2]. We’ve become a society that…

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