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How Coffee Could Help You Keep Your Teeth


Researchers find that drinking coffee, which is a source of antioxidants, appears to curb tooth loss due to gum disease. “We found that coffee consumption did...

  • Woman from West Point, carry water on their heads as they sell water to fellow residents, in one of the areas where the Ebola virus has claimed lives  in Monrovia, Liberia, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014. Calm returned Thursday to a slum in the Liberian capital that was sealed off in the government's attempt to halt the spread of Ebola, a day after clashes erupted between residents and security forces, but now the tens of thousands of residents worried about getting food. (AP Photo/Abbas Dulleh)

    Nigeria Confirms 2 New Ebola Cases

    ABUJA, Nigeria— Two new cases of Ebola have emerged in Nigeria and, in an alarming development, they are outside the group of caregivers who treated... Read more

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    Learning to Play the Piano? Sleep on It!

    According to researchers at the University of Montreal, the regions of the brain below the cortex play an important role as we train our bodies’... Read more

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    The ‘Vitamin’ You Can’t Get From Food

    Dr. Edward M. Hallowell, author of the bestselling book Connect: 12 Vital Ties That Open Your Heart, Lengthen Your Life, And Deepen Your Soul calls... Read more

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    Busting Myths About Ticks

    A walk through the woods, a fishing trip, or an evening playing in the yard with your children are situations with the potential to encounter... Read more

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    Is Your Water Filter Really Removing Heavy Metals?

    By Mike Adams, editor of Natural News  As promised, we’ve now published the results from testing countertop water filters for their ability to remove toxic... Read more

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    Tracing the Bones of a Healthy City

    This year, Washington was deemed America’s healthiest city—thanks to a low smoking rate and a strong presence of joggers and cyclists. The American College of... Read more

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    Facial Symmetry and Good Health May Not Be Related

    Beauty, it is said, is in the eye of the beholder. And yet, there are many faces that a majority would find beautiful, say, George... Read more

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    ‘Sticky’ Lubricant Stays in Place to Ease Arthritis Pain

    A lubricant that doesn’t wash away could ease arthritis pain in knees and shoulders, keep artificial joints working smoothly, and even make contact lenses more... Read more

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    How Western National Interest Drives Ebola Drug Development

    Ebola virus disease typically only occurs in rural and remote areas among resource-poor populations. Until the large, recent outbreak in West Africa, cases of the... Read more

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    The Only Food Poor Americans Can Afford Is Making Them Unhealthy

    Americans receiving food aid have much higher rates of diabetes and high blood pressure than the U.S. population as a whole, and some of the habits they... Read more

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    Raising Children on TV Disrupts Their Ability to Pay Attention and Learn

    By Natural News, Organic Lifestyle Magazine It’s almost intuitively obvious to most that too much TV viewing is conducive to physical deterioration and not conducive... Read more

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    Liberia President Declares a Curfew to Stop the Spread of Ebola

    Liberia’s president declared a curfew and ordered security forces to quarantine a slum home to at least 50,000 people late Tuesday as the West African... Read more

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    Autism and Vaccines: CDC Whistleblower Exposes Vaccine Dangers, Lies, and Cover-Ups (Video)

    By Michael Edwards, Organic Lifestyle Magazine According to a study by Focus Autism Foundation, a CDC whistleblower revealed manipulation of scientific data in regards to the... Read more

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    Your Gut Bacteria Want You to Eat a Cupcake

    Humans’ gastrointestinal tracts are home to 10,000 species of bacteria, which get energy from our half-digested lunches. (Another estimate puts the number of species as high... Read more

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    Why Do We Yawn? (It’s Not What You Think…)

    Yawning is usually associated with boredom or being tired, but new research suggests there’s far more to this behavior than meets the eye. The first... Read more

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    Liberia: All Missing Patients are Found

    All the people who were being screened for Ebola when they fled a health center during looting are now back in a hospital, a Liberian... Read more