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Can cleaning your teeth protect against diabetes and heart disease?

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The connection between diabetes and heart disease starts with high blood sugar levels. These two are the most common causes of death as they are closely related to each other and bring on a variety of other health risks. There are many factors that affect your body in ways that would increase the risk of these diseases. Research is determined to find these factors that may increase your risk of heart and circulatory diseases, which would give you a better sense of how you can take care of your body and what signs to look for. One of these factors...

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Preventing osteoporosis

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Also known as the “silent thief”, how should you go about in preventing osteoporosis? Prevention of this disease is difficult when you are diagnosed with it, so you will have to start as early as possible. It is known as the silent thief because it can only be diagnosed when a bone gets fractured since there are no symptoms. Watch the video below to see how you can improve your calcium intake, even if you’re on a plant-based diet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3pJ6gaenW0

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Alleviating Parkinson’s Disease with a Thumper Massager

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Andrew Fortune a retired University professor has written a fantastic article about his story on using a Thumper for different reasons. Read his article below! The sportsman gets stiff leg muscles after a game. The businessman gets a stiff neck from the computer. A session with the Thumper massage machine brings relief; the muscles relax; blood circulation returns to normal and they feel fine. They go on with their lives, able to enjoy them to the full. The Parkinson’s patient doesn’t just have a stiff muscle or group of muscles. Practically every muscle in their body, from head to toe,...

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