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Exercise and Sleep – Getting Enough?

Here is another topic I probably should not have to sell you on. This is because it should go without saying that our bodies were…

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Adjunct Solutions for Chronic Wounds

In the United States alone, chronic wounds affect 6.5 million people. Chronic wounds are a painful, expensive, and hard-to-treat issue. The problem is that somewhere…

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Finding Balance Between Sedentary and Exercise

Finding the middle ground between sedentary and compulsive exercise would likely be difficult for some. I know it was for me. A lot of this…

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Oxygen – The How and Why

We need oxygen to live. But how much? How does this work exactly? Oxygen enters the body through the lungs via breathing. The inhaled air…

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Vitamin A Deserves Some Love – And Consumption

Vitamin A deserves some love for a lot of different reasons. Of course, when most people think about Vitamin A, they think about its ability…

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Fruits, Veggies, Fiber and GMO’s

Fruits and veggies provide the body with all kinds of great things, and you do need them. For instance; Fruits and veggies provide fiber. This…

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Vaccines – A Few More Things to Consider

A while back, I published an article about vaccines. I wanted to take a moment to clarify a few things and answer a few questions…

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The Miracle of Iodine

Minus those with a massive allergy to it, Iodine is an essential mineral. In fact, all the cells in the body use Iodine. Did you…

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The Importance of Salt in Your Diet

Have you ever heard of hyponatremia? This is a fancy way of saying that one has low levels of sodium in their blood. Did you…

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So What Is Health Science Anyway?

You may have heard me mention it. Perhaps you have seen the term but don’t know what it means. So, what is Health Science? Health…