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You might want to think twice before putting another serving of hotdogs or bacon in your mouth. While it is common knowledge that processed meat can cause various health problems, a recent study conducted by scientists at the Harvard University has linked, yet again, the consumption of such foods to cancer, hypertension, heart diseases, and diabetes. Folks at NaturalNews.com report that eating 1.8 ounces of processed meat a day raises the risk of diabetes and heart diseases by 19% and 42%, respectively. What should be done to prevent yourself from contracting such deadly diseases? Read this post to find out.

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If you love turmeric, then you have more reasons to love this popular spice even more. Researchers at the Medical University Graz in Austria have found that turmeric could heal the liver naturally. The new study suggests that curcumin, the yellow pigment in turmeric, could be a potential treatment for liver damage and cirrhosis. In its latest post, NaturalNews.com explains how this amazing flavoring can potentially save us from liver diseases.

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For men having problems down under, read this before you pop the blue pill. Researchers from the University of Alabama-Birmingham have found that erectile dysfunction drugs, such as Viagra, can raise a person’s risk of acquiring long-term hearing loss. According to David Gutierrez of NaturalNews.com, researchers hypothesized that such drugs can also increase blood flow in ear tissues, which can potentially cause loss of hearing.

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Everybody is hooked on it – teenagers, young urban professionals, and even moms and pops. Everywhere you look, you see a person twiddling with his laptop or PDA and sending “tweets” to his friends or updating his Facebook status. However, scientists warned that social media addiction is damaging to your health. Citing a new study conducted by experts at the Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, Jonathan Benson of NaturalNews.com reveals that too much exposure to social networking websites can increase one’s stress levels and ruin personal relationships. Find out why you should limit the time you spend on “tweeting” your friends or spying on them online.

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Does your craving for sweet and sugary treats is comparable to ants’ addiction to sugar? If you do, then this article is perfect for you. In her latest post, Connie Bennet of SugarShockBlog.com explains why you should cut back on or totally eliminate your daily sugar consumption. Citing Dr. Nancy Appleton, author of the book “Suicide by Sugar,” she enumerates the 146 ways how sugar can ruin your health. Discover the detrimental effects of too much sugar consumption to your body by reading this post now.

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Ever wonder why many of us feel good after taking a walk at the beach? It is because according to Nancy Desjardins of HealthLady.com, seaweeds purify and balance the ocean and guess what? They can do the same things to your body, too. In her latest post, Nancy recommends taking a seaweed bath, especially during days with full moons where the body’s “absorption potential” is at its peak. Discover how you can enjoy a relaxing bath and discover the things you will need to prepare a delectable seaweed bath.

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Did you know that magnesium could potentially lower a person’s risk of developing diabetes? According to Mercola.com, a new study conducted by experts from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has found that high magnesium intake could help prevent diabetes among people. Researchers said those who consume 100 milligrams of magnesium per 1,000 calories are 50% less likely to develop diabetes. Discover which foods are high in magnesium by reading this article.

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If you love munching on nuts then this article is perfect for you. Citing the latest study conducted by experts at the Loma Linda University in California, David Gutierrez of NaturalNews.com reports that eating nuts can lower your cholesterol levels. Including a healthy amount of nuts in your diet can also reduce your risk of developing lower coronary heart disease. Read this article now and discover the other benefits of eating nuts.

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It looks like the government wants pharmaceutical companies to quickly develop new drugs. In its latest post, Mercola.com reveals that the government is considering spending almost $2 billion to help researchers and biotechnology companies create new drugs and vaccines. It usually takes about six to nine months to develop vaccines but the Obama administration reportedly wants to shorten the process in time for the “flu season” this autumn.