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3600 Steps Per Day At A Normal Pace Could Reduce the Risk of Heart Failure By 26%, Says New Study

10,000 steps per day? Scientific evidence strongly supports that physical activity is good for...

New Research Reveals Surprising Unknown Benefits of Female Ginseng – Here’s What You Need to Know

Here's Why Female Ginseng Could Be A New Treatment Option For Millions of Americans...

This Common Vitamin Really Can Boost Sun Protection, According to Experts

Nearly 60 million Americans are under heat advisories or excessive heat warnings, and people are...

Most of Us Making 5 Common Mistakes When Applying Sunscreen – Expert

With temperatures set to expand into the Midwest and Southeast over the coming days,...

A harmful practice that may expose your skin to cancer-causing UV rays even after applying sun cream – study

Sunscreen is one of the most effective ways to enjoy the sun while also...

Using sunscreen before age 18 reduces the risk of skin cancer by 78%, Says Dermatologist

The use of sunscreens throughout the year has increased considerably over the years and...

Vitamin D Deficiency: does wearing sunscreen stop getting enough sunshine – Here’s what a doctor says

Over the last one and a half years, you might have heard conflicting messages...

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3600 Steps Per Day At A Normal Pace Could Reduce the Risk of Heart Failure By 26%, Says New Study

10,000 steps per day? Scientific evidence strongly supports that physical activity is good for...

New Research Reveals Surprising Unknown Benefits of Female Ginseng – Here’s What You Need to Know

Here's Why Female Ginseng Could Be A New Treatment Option For Millions of Americans...

The Way This New Species Kills Its Host is ‘Absolutely Fascinating’ – ‘It’s Like Something Out Of A James Cameron Movie’

The newly discovered species, named Steinernema adamsi, belongs to the Steinernema family of nematodes....

Plant Eaters Beware: Researchers Reveal Surprise Smell Can Prevent Plants Being Eaten

A new study reveals how it is possible to protect plants from the hungry...