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Beauty Sleep: How to Look Your Best and Stay Active!

Good sleep is instrumental in maintaining skin health, controlling weight, enhancing fitness performance, and promoting mental well-being. During sleep, the body repairs skin cells, regulates appetite, and strengthens muscle tissue for improved fitness. Lack of sleep can lead to various health issues, including skin problems, weight gain, impaired athletic performance, and mental health problems. Improving

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How Does a Missing Tooth Affect Your Nutrition Intake

Missing teeth can affect your ability to eat and digest food correctly, leading to several health problems. Difficulty chewing, nutrient deficiency, digestive issues, tooth shifting, and psychological effects are associated with missing teeth. Dental implants, bridges, dentures, or partial dentures may be used to replace missing teeth. To protect overall health, good oral hygiene and

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The Dangerous Health Risks of Obesity and How to Manage this Condition

Obesity is a growing issue, with millions of people around the world struggling to maintain a healthy weight Common causes include genetics, poor diet, lack of physical activity, and medical conditions Obesity can lead to severe medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and stroke. Managing obesity requires lifestyle changes, including healthy

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Food and Drink: Winter Indulgence

Winter is traditionally the time to indulge in comfort food and drinks. According to studies and experts, cold weather triggers an evolutionary instinct in humans to eat more to prepare for the period when there is less food available. The cold weather triggers changes in the production of hormones controlling cravings, appetite, and hunger. Shorter

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Can We Finally Safely Eat at Restaurants Again?

It’s safe to say that the world is not back to pre-coronavirus times. At the most, even with herd immunity achieved, we’ve only transitioned to the new normal. Yes, it’s safer now to go out and eat at restaurants, but it’s not risk-free. No thanks to virus variants and mutations, there are questions on the

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