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People stuck between steroid and prohormones, as a confusion which one is the best to go for. Also, questing on the...

Natural Goodness of Apple Juice

Many research studies have provided strong scientific demonstrations that apples have the capability of promoting good health throughout the...
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My name is Karen Cole!

Hello, my name is Karen Cole 40 years-old woman, living in Philadelphia, United States. I am the founder and editor-in-chief of the HealthBenefitAdmin online magazine and I am responsible for the published content that would help my precious readers to live as happily, healthily and sustainability as possible.

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Is it All in Your Gut?

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Is there a hidden cause of obesity?
A professor at Stanford
thinks the answer might
lie with the 100 trillion
microbes living in our bodies.

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Things you need to know about Dermal fillers.

What are dermal fillers?

Dermal filler is a very common term in plastic surgery. This is basically a non-surgical procedure that seeks to eliminate any wrinkles that may be present on the face. Just like the name fillers, suggest, the fill the affected area of the face thus plumping the face to look smooth, flawless and youthful. In addition to eliminating all the present wrinkles, dermal fillers are a great solution for adding volume to the lips chin and other hollow parts of the face. Through this, you reverse the effects of aging caused on your face and it is left looking smoother and with a sense of a natural glow.

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Dental

Need strong and healthy teeth? These are 5 foods you should include in your diet.

The mouth is an important organ of the body and a sensitive part which needs take great care. It’s essential to brush and floss at least twice a day. In spite of the great care, tooth decay and gum diseases still occur and are very common.  People wonder why these diseases occur despite the great care and they don’t know the secret lies in our eating habits.

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Dental

How can tartar formation be controlled?

As much as great and excellent care is taken for your oral hygiene, there are still some bacteria that can be found in your mouth. Tartar results from the accumulation of plaque which is commonly formed from a mix of proteins and other food by-products. The food acids can highly damage the enamel thus leading to teeth cavities. These acids can later lead to gum infection. One of the major ways of preventing you from getting permanent tooth decay is by removing the plaque as often as possible.

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Dental

Natural and effective ways of curbing tooth decay.

Tooth decay can happen to anyone. If it is left untreated dental cavities can become infected and eventually tooth decay can lead to loss of teeth. Tooth decay begins with the normal bacteria feeding on food particles left in your mouth and the byproduct of this activity is acid. When this acid combines with food debris, acid, and saliva forms plaque, and if it is not removed promptly, that’s the start of tooth decay. The more you consume food without brushing and/or flossing, it forms a harder layer called tartar. The final result is gum diseases.

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A Quick Guide to Better Hand Health

When it comes to ensuring your own wellbeing and longevity, few body parts play as important of a role as your hands. Often overlooked, your hands are responsible for your ability to do just about anything – eat, dress, bathe, work, you name it! Don’t miss this quick guide to common hand injuries and how to prevent (and treat) them:

Fractured Finger

A broken finger from an injury or sudden impact will cause and potentially deformation. If infected, the finger will swell and turn red; swelling can also spread to the adjacent fingers. The finger usually becomes very stiff and painful to move.

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