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Here’s what happens to your body when you eat too much Protein
 Though eating protein is an important part of a balanced diet, more does not necessarily translate to better. When the body receives too much protein, a series of physiological events may occur. Initial, short-term side effects of a high-protein diet may result to increased satiety and accelerated weight loss, seeming like excellent perks for hopping on the protein wagon, right? Symptoms of too much protein, especially in the longer-run, ma

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Health benefits of Pomegranate
 Pomegranate is one of the healthiest fruit on the earth.the health benefits of pomegranate are incredible and what makes them  special is that apart from being healthy and delicious too. Pomegranate has anti-oxidant, anti-viral and anti-t

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Knee Osteoarthritis Can Be Cured by Sugar Injections
 According to the latest medical reports knee osteoarthritis can be cured by injections of sugar or sodium . Knee osteoarthritis, may lead to cevere pain nd disability in older adults ,This is because flexible tissue at the ends of bones wears

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How Much Sex Is Too Much?
 While science suggests sex can improve mood and decrease anxiety by reducing stress signals in the brain, it’s possible doing the deed can interfere with leading a healthy life.Sex is a normal, healthy, fun part of adult life.sexual attra

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Lungs produce over 10 million blood platelets an hour
 Using video microscopy in the living mouse lung, UC San Francisco scientists have revealed that the lungs play a previously unrecognized role in blood production .They  have found that lungs produce over 10 million blood platelets, more th

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Woman undergoes surgery to remove 32 kg ovarian cyst
Doctors in Mexico managed to save the life of a 24-year-old woman by removing a 32-kg ovarian cyst, which grew over an 11-month period, from her body.  The unnamed 24-year-old, from Mexico, noticed she was gaining weight despite being on a diet

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Nanotech 'tattoo' tracks facial muscles, nerves
 Researchers from Tel Aviv University in Israel have developed a carbon electrode that can be placed on the skin as a temporary electronic 'tattoo' to measure facial muscle and nerve activity. The device can be used to help restore damaged tissu

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AIDS has now become a 'manageable' disease
 Australia’s top scientists and health experts have declared that AIDS is no longer a public health issue in the country.AIDS cases in Australia have dropped significantly since the introduction of anti-retroviral medications in the mid-19

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Unhealthy diet increases risk of coronary artery disease
 Unhealthy diet and sedentary lifestyle increase risk of coronary artery disease and may lead to heart attack. Research makes it clear that abnormal blood lipid (fat) levels have a strong correlation with the risk of coronary artery disease, hea

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