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How to Live Longer: 12 Life-Boosting Habits to Start Now

Written by TYE Medical on Jan 11th 2024

Scientists have opened doors deep into the mysteries of genetics and much focus has shifted to this arena. But when it comes to life expectancy, researchers are finding that it has a much smaller i

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Aloe Vera: 5 Potential Health Benefits You Should Know About

Aloe Vera: 5 Potential Health Benefits You Should Know About

May 14th 2024 | healthy lifestyle

Many people could probably name one use for the aloe vera plant: sunburn relief. It’s true that gel from this plant can have a soothing effect on sunburned skin. But you may not be familiar with alo
How to Live Longer: 12 Life-Boosting Habits to Start Now

How to Live Longer: 12 Life-Boosting Habits to Start Now

Jan 11th 2024 | healthy lifestyle

Scientists have opened doors deep into the mysteries of genetics and much focus has shifted to this arena. But when it comes to life expectancy, researchers are finding that it has a much smaller i
6 Tips for Eating More Fruits and Veggies (Because You Probably Need to)

6 Tips for Eating More Fruits and Veggies (Because You Probably Need to)

Jan 3rd 2024 | healthy lifestyle

Sure, fruits and veggies are good for you and eating more of them benefits your health. You’re aware of the nutritional benefits and probably endeavor to add a vegetable side to at least one of your
8 Ways Your Mobile Devices Could Help Boost Your Mental Health

8 Ways Your Mobile Devices Could Help Boost Your Mental Health

Nov 6th 2023 | healthy lifestyle

Despite some of the negative press, tech has probably enhanced your life in many ways, whether helping to organize your life or keeping you on schedule. Truly, there is an app for everything! But it
4 Nutrient Deficiencies That Are More Common Than You Think

4 Nutrient Deficiencies That Are More Common Than You Think

Sep 22nd 2023 | healthy lifestyle

Staying in good health requires a steady supply of essential nutrients. But sometimes, that’s easier said than done. The standard American diet, otherwise known by the acronym SAD, is generally low