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A number of skin problems can be improved with the right vitamins

(NaturalNews) Many people suffer with skin problems. Dark circles, stubborn acne and dry patches are just some of the ailments that can plague your skin – and your life. There are tons of ointments, pastes, creams and serums available to treat these conditions, but oftentimes the problems come right back as soon as treatment ends. What if these skin problems didn’t need miracle potions, but rather nutrition, to be solved? There’s a good chance that improving nutrient intake can indeed help to fix these common ailments and restore skin’s integrity. Vitamins are the key to having healthy skin, as they are for any...

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Video: 11 Botox Myths Exposed

Botox surgery has become enormously popular in recent years, with both women and men availing of the facial rejuvenation treatment, but many misconceptions abound in relation to Botox. Some will tell you that the procedure is unsafe and painful, while others might say that it leaves your face with a permanent frozen expression, or that your face won’t even appear natural. This short video takes a series of allegations about Botox and counters them with the proven truth, so you can be assured that this form of treatment is perfectly safe and does not leave after-effects. Video courtesy of Dervla Leavy Dental Care...

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Potassium as important as sodium for healthy blood pressure

High blood pressure (or hypertension) is a silent killer. Worldwide, it affects an estimated 1 billion people. Approximately 75 million of these live in the United States – totaling around 1 in 3 people The World Health Organization (WHO) calculates that hypertension is behind 51 percent of stroke-related deaths and 45 percent of heart disease  deaths. Studies over recent years have clearly demonstrated that eating a diet high in salt (and therefore sodium), such as the standard Western diet, can lead to hypertension. The importance of potassium Potassium, an electrolyte, is necessary for nerves to transport messages and for muscles to contract. It keeps the heart...

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The Surprising Health Benefits of Coffee

Many people get through the day by drinking coffee. They have a cup first thing in the morning, maybe have another cup in work and grab another takeaway cup at lunch. There is no doubt that people love their coffee but often they are a bit unsure if coffee is having a positive or detrimental impact on their health. Many of you will have read articles looking at both sides of the coin. One week it’s about the benefits of drinking coffee and a week later a new article identifies potential negative consequences of drinking coffee. This infographic from Espresso Works focuses on some incredible potential benefits of drinking coffee. While of course, all of these studies need further investigation, it is still worth reading about them just to get a flavour of some of the research. There are also some quick tips on how to supercharge your coffee. Try to avoid adding store bought creamers and keep away from the sugar. Even those artificial sweeteners tend to be bad news. Find out more facts about your favourite morning drink...

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