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    How To Control Garden Bugs Organically

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    The Dangers of Excessive Sun Exposure

    Too much exposure to the sun and tanning beds can be harmful, especially for sunworshippers with fair skin and red hair. Melanocytes, or skin cells that give us color, can be damaged by harsh ultraviolet light (UV) exposure. The result is melanoma, or s
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    Staving off Sunburn

    When skin is over-exposed to the sun's UV, or ultraviolet, rays, the result is the redness, soreness, itching, and blistering of sunburn. To prevent sunburn, use a sunscreen that protects against both UVA and UVB rays and that contains an SPF of 15 or mo
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    Preventing Food-borne Illness

    To prevent food-borne illness, cold food must be kept below 41 degrees Fahrenheit. If left in the danger zone (41 - 140 degrees F) for more than 4 hours, food is susceptible to bacterial infestation as bacteria thrive in the danger zone. Safe food must
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    Where Does Cholesterol Come From?

    Cholesterol, in large amounts, can be harmful but, when consumed moderately, it is essential to our body's healthy functioning. Cholesterol is made from carbohydrates, proteins, and fats before it is reconfigured into droplets and released into the bloods
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    When Pesticides Harm

    Pesticides, meant to kills pests, can also harm you. One way you are exposed to pesticides is through your food: the pesticide residue on the fruit you eat is absorbed into the blood stream during the process of digestion. The symptoms of pesticide expo
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    The Link Between Vitamin D and Bone Renewal

    Vitamin D is essential to healthy bone growth and renewal. We can get Vitamin D from food (such as fatty fish and eggs) as well as from an interaction between our skin and the sun. When our skin is exposed to sunlight, the cholesterol on our skin's surf
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    Migraine Headaches

    Migraine symptoms include throbbing on one side of the head, feeling sick to your stomach, and numbness or tingling in the hands, face, and arms. Many migraine sufferers also see spots, wavy lines, or flashes of light before the pain begins. Migraines u
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    Why do I Have Razor Burn?

    Razor burn, or itchy rashes or bumps, occur from shaving dry skin; not using enough shaving cream; or shaving too hard, fast, or close. When you shave, you remove skin cells as well as hair and shaving too hard or fast creates cuts in the skin's surface.
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    The Science Behind Yeast Infections

    Yeast is a type of fungus. The type of yeast that typically causes vaginal infections is candida albicans. Candida albicans often live harmlessly in the body and are kept in check by other protective bacteria. However, unbalancing substances in the bod
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    Pregnancy and Varicose Veins

    Blood travels through veins to get from your cells back to your heart. When blood is in the veins of your legs, the contraction of leg muscles help the blood flow against gravity to the heart. During pregnancy, the volume of blood in your body increases
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