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Sports as a form of exercise could directly save 1.9 million lives every year. According to World Health Organization 60% of deaths worldwide are preventable if humans would adopt a healthier lifestyle with more physical activity.
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Most of us use a cell phone. Some of us cannot even separate from that as if it was an inborn hand extension. All of us have heard rumors of lurking health risks go about. This report outlines the way people use cell phones and highlights the results of studies that correlate mobile phone technology with various health issues.
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Healthy, affordable, green and fair food for all is a hidden desire.
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Gone with the wind! Drinkers go through the same biological process till they hit high intoxication scores. “Com’on treat me a shot!”
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Contrary to the common sense, life expectancy rates are not proportional to the spending for healthcare services in many countries. US proves to be the worst perfomer regarding this analogy while other countries with limited funds and less industrialized achieve more.
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An overview on the significance of water drinking for the human body together with glass comparison tables relative to the general water intake guidance.
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Tablet devices help you be updated and available but they do undemine your body health due to continual flexion according to recent study from Harvard. Learn here about improper posturs recorded and best practices to avoid strain on neck and shoulders.
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This report outlines how better educational qualification affects life quality in terms of health, life expectancy and earnings.
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Thoughts on which individual technologies are likely to affect the health industry the next decades. Numerous research and development highlights from six broad areas that have a voice in the future of healthcare.
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Good quality food is definetely not something you can skimp on. This report reviews the penetration of organic products in the food market since 2009, the organic classification standards as well as their benefits against cost.
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Living obese literally means that you put your health at stake. Reading this review you will get some knocks to help you move on and start thinking of weight loss surgery as an alternative for a healthier BMI.
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This survey examines the impact of change on physicians and their practices.
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This report examines the state of American women of color in four key areas of living standard.
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This report underlines the strong connection between uncontrolled drug usage and HIV increased infection rates. According to recent studies the implemetnation of sterile syringe access programs among drug users may reduce HIV incidence.
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Are you in the process or are you thinking of giving up smoking? Electronic cigarettes are considered the easy route to this personal challenge for the hard tobacco lovers. This cross-comparison between real and device cigarette may help you move forward.
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The day will come that we will print out our own body parts. Really. This is called bioprinting and with the advent of 3D printing it’s gonna be the next breakthrough in the medical history. Be patient and choose the right page orientation when time comes. See how it works.