• May 30, 2024
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Can a burst of anger take a toll on the heart?

Previous research has suggested there’s a link between an acute episode of anger and an increased risk of heart attack. Researchers from Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Yale School of Medicine,

  • May 20, 2024
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What Happens To The Liver When You Eat Edibles?

Unlike smoking, where effects hit quickly, edibles introduce a sneakier, slower, and more potent kind of high. But what exactly makes edibles so potent, and how does the liver play

  • May 16, 2024
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Can Working Out Before Bed Affect Your Sleep?

Exercise helps promote relaxation, reduce anxiety, and keep your body’s internal sleep-wake cycle in sync. One popular opinion though is that working out before bed can make it harder to

  • May 15, 2024
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What Causes Dry Mouth When Waking Up?

Dry mouth upon waking up, also known as “morning mouth,” is a common phenomenon that can be attributed to several factors. These include: 1. Reduced Saliva Production During Sleep: Saliva flow

  • May 14, 2024
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How To Fade Dark Spots In Darker Skin Tones?

Have you ever been victimized by the culture that shames you for drinking tea or forces you to gulp down concoctions with questionable ingredients to get rid of the dark

  • May 13, 2024
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How Do Retinoids Helps To Reduce Wrinkles?

If all the beauty influencers have convinced you to start your early journey towards the prevention of fine lines and wrinkles, then we would like to confirm that those wrinkle

  • May 10, 2024
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Human Skin

The human skin consists of three layers: the top layer of keratinocytes, the middle layer of epidermis, and the bottom layer of dermis. Keratinocytes are the upper cells that protect