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Are Superfoods Really All That Super?

Are Superfoods Really All That Super?

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With great nutritional claims comes great responsibility
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="It’s a made-up word. If you look to any national authority in health or nutrition you will find that no official definition exists. Why? Because a superfood is simply a marketing term for a...

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Can You Regrow Your Hair?

Can You Regrow Your Hair?

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What will the future hold?
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="“Murky waters but it’s thought to be due to both the effects of elevated dihydrotestosterone, a hormone converted from testosterone by the enzyme 5-alpha reductase, and your genetic inheritance. Their combined effects cause the destruction of hair...

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Hearing Loss Explained

Hearing Loss Explained

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How do you hear?
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="A problem for our modern world and probably the most common way that younger men and women get this permanent form of sensorineural hearing loss when exposed to one off or repeated exposure to loud sounds. This could be from...

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Xanax: What You Need To Know

Xanax: What You Need To Know

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What does Xanax do?
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="It’s essentially a tranquilliser, serving to sedate you. It works like other drugs in the benzodiazepine class, by attaching itself to your brain’s main inhibitory gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) receptors. The result is an increased release of this...

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