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New Smartphone App Can Detect Newborn Jaundice in Minutes

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Under the lights to treat for a little bit of jaundice. (Mark Evans, CC BY-ND 2.0)

Newborn jaundice: It’s one of the last things a parent wants to deal with, but it’s unfortunately a common condition in babies less than a...


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    Top 10 Destructive Nutrition Lies Ever Told

    Dr Mercola, Organic Lifestyle Magazine There is no shortage of health advice out there, and no shortage of bad advice to go along with it... Read more

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    Tips for Staying Fit During Pregnancy

    Pregnancy is one of the most amazing experiences a woman can go through and women expect to have this beautiful glow and this adorable little... Read more

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    Record Growth of Organic Food Consumption in the US and India

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    Acupuncture Secrets of Tour De France Winner

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    Tongue Acupuncture for Depression Found Effective

    Tongue acupuncture is effective for the treatment of depression. Researchers measured the synergistic effects of tongue acupuncture combined with traditional body style acupuncture. They concluded... Read more

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    A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away (thinking of Star Wars) a physician traveled with a bags of herbs, a few gold... Read more

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    Acupuncture Helped Vincenzo Nibali Win The Tour de France

    Yesterday Vincenzo Nibali of team Astana made history by winning this year’s Tour de France, Congratulations Vincenzo!  Did Acupuncture Help Him Get To The Paris... Read more

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    Ear Seeds Explained

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    Sweating in the Summer Heat Promotes Good Health

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    Acupuncture Fertility Success with IVF Revealed

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    Cyclists in The Tour de France Use Acupuncture To Stay in Top Form

    The 2014 Tour De France is underway. Hundreds of elite cyclists are racing through the picturesque mountains of France in an amazing feat of endurance... Read more

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    Acupuncture: From Quack Science to Proven Medical Treatment

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    Acupuncture from a Western Medical Perspective

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    Herbal Decoction vs Herbal Capsules

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    Acupuncture Lowers Blood Pressure

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    Health Benefits of Strawberries According to Traditional Chinese Medicine

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    The Yin and Yang of The Menstrual Cycle

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    9 Great Uses for Lavender

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    Raw Honey Works Better Than Drugs for Herpes!

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    Treating Body and Mind Through the Spleen

    While Western medicine views disease as being biochemical or mechanical, in Chinese medicine, all disorders can involve both physical and psychological processes. Therefore, when we... Read more

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    Healthy Ice Blended Mocha Java (Recipe)

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    Soothe ADD/ADHD Symptoms Naturally With Some Ayurveda Tips

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    5 Drug-Free Ways to Control High Blood Pressure

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    Ginger Found to Reduce Premenstrual Pain and Mood Symptoms

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    Rosemary, Oregano and Marjoram Extracts Fight Type 2 Diabetes

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    Natural Treatments for Ebola Virus Exist, Research Suggests

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    5 Fabulous Anti-Inflammatory Foods

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    Acupuncture Relieves Hot Flashes – so do These 6 Other Natural Remedies

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    10 Natural Substances That Could Help Cure Type 1 Diabetes

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    Mangosteen Fruit Shown to Kill Breast Cancer Cells Without Causing Harm

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    Children Eat Their Veggies When Parents Do

    By Carrie Ciula, Organic Lifestyle Magazine With Kid Friendly Organic Healthy Recipes In our convenience focused society, many kids are learning that it is quicker... Read more

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    6 Basics for Nontoxic Cleaning

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    Stop Hair Loss With These Natural Remedies

    Michael Edwards, Organic Lifestyle Magazine Hair loss is caused by genetics, hormones, or poor circulation of the scalp (usually all three). Excess dandruff can cause... Read more

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    Use a Rule of Thumb to Control How Much You Drink

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    Tap Away Your Food Cravings in Minutes (Video)

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    Yoga on the Road [Infographic]

    This infographic was originally published on greatist.com *Image of “yoga” via Shutterstock   …... Read more

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    Eat Chocolate, Relax and Rejuvenate

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    Ice Buckets: Not the Cure for ALS

    Let’s stop pretending like pouring ice on ourselves means anything until we can acknowledge the research that some of the causes and cures for ALS... Read more

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    Health Check: Sitting Versus Standing

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    Juice Cleanses: The Worst Diet (Video)

    A doctor tries the ever-popular Master Cleanse. Sort of. This video was originally published on www.theatlantic.com *Image of “juice” via Shutterstock…... Read more

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    Aloe Vera and Coconut Oil: Two Superfoods Shown to Treat Acne

    By Natural News, Healing the Body According to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne is the most common skin disorder in the United States, affecting an... Read more

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    Is It Better to Exercise or Rest When You’re Sick?

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    Stretching Is Overrated

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    Naps are Good! 12 Tips to Get the Best Nap

    By J. D. Heyes, contributing writer to Natural News Okay, so it’s the middle of the afternoon and you’re trying to find a good reason not... Read more

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    Exercise to Boost Your Creativity

    For many, tapping into our creative side can be difficult, and at times, seemingly impossible. In fact, speaking with many people has led me to... Read more

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    Weight Gain, Fatigue Pose Problems for First-Time College Students, Says R.D.

    Going off to college for the first time often means a weight gain for the typical freshman, but for students with a chronic disease such... Read more


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