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The mind has great influence over the body and maladies often have their origin there.

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    • 30 NOV 20
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    How do I pick the right fake tan?

    How do I pick the right fake tan?

    The weather’s getting warmer and thoughts are turning to celebrations, enjoying the sunshine and relaxing with family and friends. Perhaps your friends are holding a beach party and you’ve just found the perfect bikini, complete with matching thongs so you don’t burn your feet on the sand. Everything seems perfect. Sunscreen. Check. Sunglasses and hat.

    • 29 OCT 20
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    9 FOODS TO EAT TO MANAGE DIABETES

    9 FOODS TO EAT TO MANAGE DIABETES

    In Australia, 1.7 million people suffer from diabetes, and a new Australian is diagnosed with diabetes every 5 minutes.  Poor dietary choices and the continuous consumption of processed and sugary foods often trigger this disease. Its long-term consequences include liver, kidney and pancreas problems, increased blood pressure, and circulation issues leading to edema in the

    • 23 OCT 20
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    3 Ways to Lower Bad Cholesterol

    3 Ways to Lower Bad Cholesterol

    Before diving into different ways to lower bad cholesterol, taking measures to prevent the accumulation of bad cholesterol in the body is a very crucial option to do. There is good and bad cholesterol to identify. How these two types of cholesterol different from one another will tell us the best possible treatment to balance

    • 07 OCT 20
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    The Causes and Consequences of Diabetes

    The Causes and Consequences of Diabetes

    For many people, one of the biggest motivating factors behind improving their health and lifestyle is the threat of diabetes.  Diabetes is a debilitating disease affiliated with the pancreas and the body’s natural ability to control blood sugar. It affects over 1.5 million Australians, and 280 new individuals develop diabetes every day.   While the