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The Difference Between Good and Bad Quality Sunglasses: This Will Make You Think Twice Before You Buy

July 23, 2020

I can honestly say I am a collector of Sunglasses, since I was in my early 20’s (after my Lasik) I become obsessed to use different shapes and colors on my sunglasses, something I couldn’t do all my teenager years were I used to wear strong glasses. I’d wear contact lenses (which I often did) but my eyes got very dry, and the duration and quality (back then) of contact lenses wasn’t the same as lenses today. So after my…

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CBD Oil for Pregnancy: How Moms Are Using and All That You Need to Know

June 17, 2020
Pregnant Woman

By Gynecologist Dr RaeRae   Tired of ineffective medications, people are more and more seeking to use cannabis oil as a remedy for various ailments. Since it became such a trend, a lot of women are wondering if it is possible to use CBD for pregnancy.  We discussed this topic with moms and experts, and we share our findings with you. Let’s be clear – there isn’t anything new or extraordinary in the fact that cannabis has certain benefits. People…

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How to set up your own sense-satisfying spa at home during lockdown

May 25, 2020

By Isla Hannah Knight, Founder, JustU   We are pretty used to lockdown now and only leaving the house for essential supplies and daily exercise. We can call and Facetime loved ones that we can’t see, and many are enjoying spending quality time at home with their partner, family or housemates. However, we are all missing things from ‘normal’ life, whether that’s after work drinks or meals out, clubs and exercise classes or just getting some pampering. I know lots…

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4 Myths about Vaccines

May 14, 2020
setinge with vaccine and mask with pills

By Stella Rhyne   Vaccines are a useful and effective tool for keeping people safe from life-threatening diseases and illnesses. Thanks to the invention of vaccines for various types of illnesses, nowadays people are able to live longer and feel safer since their overall health is improved. Vaccines are also effective and helpful for reducing the spread and transmission of illnesses and diseases. Even though vaccines are proven to be effective there are still some myths and never-ending debates such…

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What to do when your back pain has become chronic

May 5, 2020

By Tim Hanwell, Principal Osteopath and Director of IDD Therapy at Berkhamsted Osteopaths   We’ve all got out of bed in the morning with a bit of back pain but we shrug it off as something everyone has to put up with now and then. However, what if, a few days later the pain still hasn’t subsided?   During stage one of back pain, we’ve taken all the obvious steps to:   Manage the pain Ignored it and hoped it would…

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Handy Products Which Can Protect Your Hands

April 16, 2020

Most people barely spare a thought for their hands when they are doing a normal day of work. These parts of your body are usually more than happy to carry out the tasks you give them, and are surprisingly hardy when you think about the things you put them through. Of course, though, it doesn’t take long for the impact of rough work to show on your hands. Whether you work in an office or in a coal mine, your…

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How to keep yourself positive as an entrepreneur

March 23, 2020
An entrepreneur smiling.

By Sally Norton   Being an entrepreneur is never easy. Not only do you have to struggle to make your ideas into reality, but you also need to keep track of things that regular working people don’t even consider. Things like health, sleep, food, and even your mood can have a huge impact on your productivity and efficiency, which is why every entrepreneur needs to keep track of them. So, how are you to keep yourself positive as an entrepreneur…

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Getting your Own Private Medical Corner at Home

March 16, 2020

With the amidst of the Coronavirus, people and families, in general, started to realise that their “medicine cabinet” wasn’t sufficient when something urgent, such as we are going through, is happening. The normal medicine cabinet normally comprises ibuprofen, paracetamol, dental floss and maybe a pack of bandages as a minimum, and people started to realise that maybe that first aid kit is not enough as well. So don’t worry and don’t panic, following this article will give some lights with…

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Top Tips For Keeping Your Brain Sharp

February 22, 2020

The brain has been studied in detail for centuries, and in the past thirty years we’ve had more technology than ever that allows us to map the brain and understand it more. The brain is the only organ in the body that has named itself, and that makes it one organ that is deserving of our respect!  The body requires exercise, sleep and nutritious food to be able to function properly. The brain is no different, except that it cannot…

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