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November 18, 2017

Health

Himalaya set to revolutionize skin care with multifunctional Tumeric

Turmeric, also known as the “curry spice,” has long been used for healing as well as for its beauty benefits. Studies have shown that turmeric is a very helpful ingredient for skin due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Beauticians throughout the globe are waking up to the wonderful benefits of turmeric and it’s also

19 Year Old Social Entrepreneur Writes Songs for Cancer Patients

Nashville, TN — 19 year old Social Entrepreneurship major Isabella Day of Belmont University has led her peers into creating Soaring Soul Compositions, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose aim it is to ease the burden of grief and the suffering of cancer patients with personalised musical compositions tailored to the patient. Day, the founder and

Men’s Review Zone Celebrates Its Anniversary

LOS ANGELES — Men’s Review Zone, a site on men’s health related blogs and reviews, is celebrating its anniversary. This site has spent another year of enlightening minds not just on matters pertaining male enhancement but also on men’s health as a whole. Its sole purpose is to publish unbiased, scientific and honest editorial reviews on

Are Japanese People Obese?

Are Japanese People Obese?

In 2008, the University of Pennsylvania conducted a survey which determined the relationship between the number of fast food restaurants in a location and the rate of obesity. This might be a fact within U.S, but the notion does not hold any truth when applied across the globe. The best example is Japan. This nation

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