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Is Waterless Beauty the Answer to Global Water Scarcity?

The beauty market has taken a whole new approach in terms of its environmental impact. Recent studies revealed that most of the widely used skincare products contain harmful ingredients, such as toxic chemicals that cause a range of chronic diseases. As a result, consumers become more conscious of what they put on and in their …

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Post-Pregnancy Self-Care

You’ve been through a lot. Your body’s gone through a major transformation, and you may be feeling overwhelmed by all the changes in your life that have occurred over the past nine months. The good news is that there are many ways to take care of yourself now that you can start doing again, like …

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Four Benefits of Seeking Professional Help for Our Mental Health Struggles

In 2021, Forbes reported that almost half of Americans who have mental health disorders do not seek professional help. Their reasons vary: 36 percent of respondents said they prefer self-help; Of the people who answered above, 34 percent of those people said that they do not know where they can get the help they need; …

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Using Positive Methods Toward a Healthier Body

It’s ironic how when people should be focusing on their health and boosting their immune systems, extreme dieting practices masked as healthy habits are instead on everyone’s minds. Most people equate skinny with healthy, but you can also be healthy when you’re lankier or bigger than others. There are different body types, but some expect …

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What’s the Effect of Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease among Women?

Ten percent of the US population—that is the number of Americans who will likely get diagnosed with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). If that isn’t scary enough, as early as 2011, a study revealed that it could increase by as much as 50 percent by 2030 if obesity and diabetes rates don’t change. To be …

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Is Your Loved One Terminally Ill? Here’s a Guide to End-of-life Planning

There is nothing that can reduce the blow of losing a loved one. When someone in your family or circle of friends is diagnosed with a terminal illness, you’ll face struggles that you’ll have to manage one day at a time. Apart from spending your time wisely with this person, you’ll want to know what …

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Let Go: Calming Activities That Remove Negative Thoughts

Mental health experts, life coaches, and motivational speakers all tell us that there’s only one secret to happiness: positive thinking. They say that optimism benefits our mind, body, soul, and even our goals. The more we believe that we can get what we want, the more likely we’ll attract it. But the positive thinking fanfare …

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Watch Out, The Modern Diet Isn’t As Healthy As We’d Like

We think that food is one of the most incredible things out there that you can enjoy, from tasty dishes, fulfilling main courses, and the sweet touch of that first bite to dessert, nothing compares to the happiness and satisfaction a good meal gets you. However, in today’s modern landscape, most of the products and …

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