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Home Remedies for Dry Eyes

What are dry eyes? Dry eyes occur when your tear glands don’t produce enough tears to lubricate your eyes. This condition can be uncomfortable and painful. It can be caused by both medical and environmental factors. What is dry eye syndrome? Dry eye syndrome is a general term used to …

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How to Use Eye Drops

Eye drops can treat a range of eye problems. For instance, you may use prescription eye drops from your doctor to treat an infection, a minor eye injury, or a condition such as glaucoma. Or, you may use over-the-counter eye drops to relieve dry or red eyes. Depending on why …

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5 Unforeseen Facts About Chronic Dry Eye

Chronic dry eye, or dry eye syndrome, is a condition that can be caused by one of several factors. Regardless of what causes it, this condition means not having enough tears of good enough quality to keep your eyes lubricated and moist. It goes beyond occasionally dry eyes and is …

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A Nutritional Guide for Chronic Dry Eye

As a kid, did your parents nag you to eat your carrots because they’re good for your eyes? Whether you did or not, there’s some truth to that claim. In fact, carrots aren’t the only food that’s good for eye health. There are plenty of others that can help keep …

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How Your 9 to 5 Is Hurting Your Eyes

It’s a digital world and most of us are attached at the hip — or the eyeball — to our mobile devices and screens. Being constantly connected has a lot of benefits, like being able to work anywhere and keeping up with old friends. But it has some downsides too. …

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Living and Thriving with Type 1 Diabetes

Live and thrive with diabetes You might have type 1 diabetes, but diabetes doesn’t have to control your life. Living well and thriving with type 1 diabetes is possible. Whether you’re struggling with your busy Monday mornings or you’re dreaming of a weekend getaway, type 1 diabetes shouldn’t hold you …

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Genomic Medicine: The Future Of Cancer Treatment Is Now

Cancer care has made great strides over the past decade, and three little letters have made a huge difference in the journey: DNA. Like detectives working a cold case, scientists are using genes to unravel the mysteries of cancer’s origins and mutations, unearthing clues to a disease of genetic mistakes. …

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Understanding Why People Cut Themselves, Hide It, and How to Help

Causes Is there a pattern? Is it an addiction? History Media representation Cutting vs. suicide Treatments Support The purpose of self-harm When someone harms themselves by cutting, burning, punching, or engaging in other forms of self-injury (without intending for death to be an end goal), they’re engaging in what’s known …

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What Psoriatic Arthritis Really Feels Like

“How are you feeling?” It may be a simple question, one that typically doesn’t generate much of a response. But for those with psoriatic arthritis (PsA), it’s a big question with no one suitable answer. Explaining how much pain you’re in, or how tired you are from not being able …

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Why Liver Cancer Rates Continue to Increase

The five-year survival rate for people with liver cancer remains at only 20 percent. Diabetes, hepatitis C, smoking, and alcohol are all factors. liver cancer rates rising Between 2009 and 2013, doctors diagnosed liver cancer in 7.7 people out of every 100,000. That number has been increasing since the mid-1970s. …

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Why We Need to Talk About Depression During Pregnancy

depression during pregnancy As a first-time mother, her unfamiliarity with pregnancy. But as the weeks went on, Saremi, a psychotherapist in Los Angeles, noticed a spike in her anxiety, plummeting moods, and an overall feeling that nothing mattered. Still, despite her clinical training, she brushed it off as everyday stress …

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8 Period Myths We Need to Set Straight

We get it. Details of blood can make everyone a little shy, so we thought it might be helpful to try to clear a few things up about menstruation. Remember when we got the infamous talk about s*x, hair, odor, and other bodily changes that signaled puberty is coming? I …

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How To Do A Digital DSetox

Your time and your attention are two of your greatest resources. Companies will — and do — pay big money to grab as much of that as they can. Learning to take back those resources and curate your day in a more healthful, productive way starts with taking an audit …

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Why Does My Body Ache?

Is this cause for concern? Body aches are a common symptom of many conditions. The flu is one of the most well-known conditions that can cause body aches. Aches can also be caused by your everyday life, especially if you stand, walk, or exercise for long periods of time. You …

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How Strong Is Your Sperm?

If you’re over 35, you might not like the answer. But science could help the growing number of men who’ve arrowWhen it comes to fertility and fatherhood, we men tend to think we’re invincible. After all, George Clooney’s looking at twin babies in his mid-50s, isn’t he? Like George, I …

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6 Reasons You Should Replace Your Pillow​

This just in from the bedroom: Your pillow is sad. It has realized it’s an afterthought. You spent 87 hours choosing what mattress to buy and you’re still talking about whether you should try a newer, cooler-to-the-touch, more memory-foamy mattress instead. Your girlfriend tells you how much she loves your …

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I Switched to a Single-Blade Razor. Here’s What Happened

I’m no shaving expert—I’m just an average guy with a face full of unruly stubble. I’m prone to razor bumps. I struggle with ingrown hairs. And if every blade causes irritation, do I really want more with another multi-bade razor? Here’s the thing: Multi-blade razors give you a close shave …

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6 Kettlebell Moves That Will Melt Your Fat Away

Kettlebell training combines cardiovascular training with resistance training, utilizing continuous (and often explosive) movement and giving you no rest time between reps. What does this all mean exactly? That incorporating these six kettlebell exercises into your workout routine will provide a level of metabolic stress that is the enemy of …

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The Secret Way to Bigger Biceps

When it comes to growing strong and building muscle, real men need clanking iron and leather kidney belts. We need to stare down an imposing piece of steel, spit on our hands, and then conquer it.   “I ain’t no long-distance-running, yoga-posing, Pilates-training, VO2-pumping, aquatics-floating, 150-pound sissy boy,” he snarls. …

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Boost Your Libido The Natural Way

Is your s*x drive lacking a bit of oomph? Then we’ve got tips to boost your libido and get your love life back on track. A regular s*x life not only gives you a good workout, but it also helps to fight depression, reduces blood pressure and can improve your …

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