The next time you enjoy a cup of coffee or get new eyewear, shoes or a handbag, you could be doing a world of good.
That's because a major American company supplies people around the world with clean water, eye care and footwear whenever someone purchases its coffee, glasses or shoes.
The incidence of oral cancer among young adults is skyrocketing and the reason may surprise many--but so may the solution.
Here's food for thought: Two new studies, one from Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School, and the other from Illinois Institute of Technology, discovered that eating strawberries regularly may reduce risk factors for diabetes, one of the most significant chronic diseases affecting Americans today.
Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD, and Robert Kulacz, DDS, explain why your dentist may play a much more integral role in your cardiovascular health than you ever suspected.
Henderson, NV (March 2015)--Chances are, you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. And whether or not you choose to incorporate preventative measures into your lifestyle, you also know that diet, exercise, not smoking, reducing your stress levels, and more can reduce your risk of experiencing heart disease.
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