Health

  • Updated Review of Diet Meal Replacement: Is It an Effective Supplement?

    Weight loss is a problem that is being experienced by millions of people all over the world. The use of weight loss supplements has made this process easier and better since they help to spark rapid weight loss in a safe and healthy way. Diet meal replacement is a type of supplement that has been formulated using the latest type…

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  • Comparing the 310 Shake And the GNC Total Lean Shake

    The 310 Lean Shake and the GNC Total Lean Shake are sometimes also referred to as Meal Replacement Shakes. This is because they work by making one feel full so that you do not end up consuming more food. Meal replacement shakes are different from protein shakes in three ways. First, they help one lose weight while protein shakes help in…

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  • Important Health Benefits of Detox Tea

    Detox tea makes for a healthy drink that not only provides warmth but also comes with various health benefits. This makes it a viable alternative to other drinks which do not significantly contribute towards boosting one’s immunity. To understand the detox tea benefits, it is essential to consider various factors such as the ingredients used in making detox teas and…

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  • TruVision Review

    Reviewing TruVision Products

    TruVision, a company that that deals in supplements doesn’t need to give a lot of importance on their financials when they have products to sell. They have so many products, and their main concern is helping people live a healthier lifestyle. They do so by having many avenues to help you live a better life, such as appetite control, weight loss,…

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  • Kim Jong-un praises cosmetics factory staff for making North Korea's women 'more beautiful'

    North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un took a break from warmongering and firing ballistic missiles at the weekend to inspect a cosmetics factory in the country’s capital, Pyongyang. State newswire KCNA reported that his wife, Ri Sol-ju, made a rare public appearance to join him, releasing undated photos of her gazing over his shoulder as he picks up cosmetic products and…

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  • Call expectant mothers 'pregnant people', the Government suggests 

    Expectant mothers should be called “pregnant people”, the Government has suggested in a submission to amend a UN treaty. The proposed amendment is to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which the UK has been a signatory of since 1976. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s submission suggests the term “pregnant people” to avoid excluding “transgender people who have…

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  • Honolulu store owners say thieves are targeting cans of Spam

    Cans of Spam have become a common item that’s being stolen from Honolulu stores and then sold on the streets for quick cash, according to authorities. Ra Long, who owns a convenience store in the city, said shoplifters have typically targeted alcohol in the past, but recently more cans of Spam have gone missing, Hawaii News Now reported . “I…

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  • Chilean poet Pablo Neruda 'did not die of cancer'

    International researchers investigating the death of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda raised doubts on Friday as to whether he died of cancer 44 years ago as previously presumed, and did not rule out foul play. Neruda, known for his passionate love poems and staunch communist views, died days after a coup in September 1973 that ushered in the brutal dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.…

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  • Passengers in AirAsia mid-air drama were ‘saying goodbye to each other’

    Passengers on board an AirAsia flight have described the terrifying moment when the plane lost cabin pressure and plunged 20,000 feet shortly after take off. Flight QZ535 was just 25 minutes into its journey from Perth to Bali when it was forced to turn back because of a technical issue on Sunday morning. Oxygen masks dropped from the ceiling as a precaution…

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird taken off Mississippi school reading list after it made people 'uncomfortable'

    To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee’s American classic about racism in the US, has been taken off a Mississippi school’s reading list because it was making “people uncomfortable”.  Biloxi school administrators made the decision to withdraw it from the 8th grade curriculum after receiving complaints about the language in the book.  Kenny Holloway, vice president of the Biloxi School Board, told…

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