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Health Benefits of Coffee: Prevent Skin Cancer

…coffee, there are some folks who need to be careful about how much coffee they drink. If you have high blood pressure or you’re pregnant or expecting to become pregnant, I recommend that you go easy on coffee since the risk associated with consuming caffeine outweighs the benefits of coffee. And if…

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Five Healthy Reasons to Enjoy Your Cup O' Joe

…and drink up—but don’t go overboard. There are some folks who need to be careful about how much coffee they drink. If you’re pregnant or expecting to become pregnant, I’d recommend that you go easy on caffeine. And if you’re struggling with osteoporosis, limit your coffee intake to a cup every…

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Try ‘Natural Nyquil’ This Cold and Flu Season

…recommend taking 1–3 mg of melatonin 30–60 minutes before bedtime, preferably on an empty stomach. Melatonin should not be used by anyone who is pregnant or nursing or before driving. Now it’s your turn: Do you have any natural cold remedies for cold and flu season you’d like to share? You May Also…

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Do Vaccines Cause Autism in Children?

…is diffuse, severe brain damage caused almost exclusively by large conglomerates of toxic substances put into vaccinations and then injected into pregnant women, newborns, infants, children and adolescents. The autism statistics speak for themselves * Fifty years ago, autism was identified in only 1…

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5 Signs of Hidden Health Problems

…three months. Caution: High doses of vitamin A should only be taken over the short term, meaning several days to several months. Women who could get pregnant should not take high-dose vitamin A. To relieve dry or cracked skin on your feet, some of my patients have had good success with an aloe vera–based…

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Caffeine Withdrawal...A Mental Disorder?!?

…and beneficial for most people. Too much caffeine, however, makes some individuals jittery and can interfere with sleep. Experts recommend that pregnant women have no more than 200–300 mg of caffeine per day. (A cup of coffee contains 80–100 mg.) Now it’s your turn: Which of these benefits of…

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Probiotics for Weight Loss?

…the microbiota extract and absorb more calories from food and store them in fat cells. Research on Probiotics for Weight Loss In a recent study, pregnant women who took probiotic supplements during their first trimester were only half as likely as a control group to have abdominal obesity a year after…

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