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Could Quitting Smoking Cause You to Develop Type 2 Diabetes?

…diabetes actually went up when people quit smoking, most dramatically in the first three years after quitting. During those first three years, the risk of developing type 2 diabetes was about 70 percent higher than those who had never smoked. If you kept on smoking, however, your increased risk of…

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How to Quit Smoking Naturally

…of us will be making resolutions—and near the top of that list for many is to quit smoking naturally. Few resolutions can have such a dramatic impact on your health. Health Benefits When You Quit Smoking Naturally * Within 20 minutes of your last cigarette, your blood pressure and pulse rate…

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5 Ways to Improve Libido—In Women and Men

…but women need a reason. Other lifestyle habits that can be underlying causes of low libido in women and men include drinking too much alcohol, smoking, and not getting enough exercise. (I’ll explain more about the importance of exercise in a minute.) So to improve sex drive, it’s…

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6 Ways to Prevent Loss of Vision

…eating six eggs per week increased density of the macular pigment and raised blood levels of zeaxanthin, but had no effect on cholesterol. * Quit smoking. Smoking triples risk of cataracts and quadruples risk of macular degeneration. * Take supplements for vision health, along with a quality daily…

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How to Curb Alcohol Cravings Naturally

…cravings naturally, read Joan Mathews-Larson’s book Seven Weeks to Sobriety or call the Health Recovery Center at 800-554-9155. Now it’s your turn: Do you have any tips to curb alcohol cravings? You May Also Be Interested In * Beware of Liver Disease * How to Quit Smoking Naturally

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Smile With Confidence, Even If You Have Diabetes

…developing periodontal disease is to brush and floss every day and visit your dentist on a regular basis. And if you smoke, quit. Statistics show that people with diabetes who smoke and are 45 years or older are 20 times more likely to develop severe gum disease than people who don’t have…

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The Benefits of Zinc: Essential for Optimal Health

…functioning of many hormones, including thymus hormones, insulin, growth hormone, and sex hormones. Unfortunately, marginal zinc deficiencies are quite common, and are reflected by an increased susceptibility to infection, poor wound healing, decreased sense of taste or smell, and skin problems such…

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