15 Best Drugstore Skincare Products Your Money Can Buy

I’m going to let you in on a little secret: Fancy, expensive skincare is pure fluff like 99 percent of the time. You read that right. Pure fluff. Whipped textures, pretty scents, and Instagram-able packaging (the things that end up making most skincare products pricey) are nice and all, but they aren’t actually going to give you better skin. […]

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What Is Kohlrabi? Nutrition, Benefits, and Uses

Kohlrabi is a vegetable that’s related to the cabbage family. It’s widely consumed in Europe and Asia and has gained popularity around the world for its health benefits and culinary uses. This article reviews kohlrabi, including its nutrients, benefits, and many uses. Share on Pinterest What is kohlrabi? Kohlrabi, also known as German turnip, is […]

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Is Eating Raw Oats Healthy? Nutrition, Benefits, and Uses

Oats (Avena sativa) are popular worldwide and linked to many health benefits. Plus, they’re versatile and can be enjoyed cooked or raw in various recipes. This article explains whether eating raw oats is healthy. Share on Pinterest What are raw oats? Oats are a widely consumed whole grain. Since your body cannot digest the kernels, they […]

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There’s a Lot of Bad Nutrition Advice Out There. Here’s How to Know What to Trust

In today’s social media world, it’s easier than ever to find “facts”—and increasingly difficult to figure out which of them are actually true. Reporting based on findings of nutrition research, in particular, is rife with exaggerations, contradictions, and flat-out inaccuracies. Many people end up making food decisions based on this flawed advice, instead of following […]

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Health Canada says drug pricing changes will save Canadians billions

The Canadian government on Friday announced final regulations to reduce patented drug prices it said would save Canadians $13.2 billion over a decade, overriding heavy opposition from pharmaceutical companies. The changes are the biggest reform to Canada’s drug price regime since 1987. They will save money for patients, employers and insurers including the government at the expense […]

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‘Millennial therapist’: The 5 types of relationships to invest in when you’re in your 20s and 30s

When you’re a teenager, you’re surrounded by new friends, new classmates and maybe even new romances. All of that excitement can make it difficult to identify which relationships are the most important to maintain. But as you head into your 20s and 30s, being strategic and thoughtful about who you stay in touch with will […]

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Invest in Nutrition: Join hands in building the Nation

TAUNGGYI – The Nutrition Promotion Month (2019) with the theme of ‘’Invest in Nutrition: Join Hands in Building the Nation’’ will be conducted throughout August by seeking attention to the importance of coordinated effort to support good nutrition for all populations in Myanmar. With the leadership of the National Nutrition Centre, Department of Public Health, […]

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This startup makes unisex skin-care products for people who lead active lifestyles – these are the standouts

The world of skin care is a complex one. There are countless brands that rely on the use of masculine or feminine scents, catchy packaging, exaggerated health benefits, and maybe even a celebrity endorsement to make sales, rather than honest and thoughtful ingredients. There are also an immense number of trendy and unnecessary products, ingredients, […]

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BCFN YES! Winners on Early Nutrition in Syrian Refugee and Lebanese Host Communities

The Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition (BCFN), Italy, sponsors an annual research grant for young PhD and post-doc researchers from around the world to advance innovative projects on food sustainability. The 2017 BCFN Young Earth Solutions, BCFN YES!, was awarded to Joana Abou-Rizk and Theresa Jeremias for their project “Maternal and Child Nutrition among Refugees and Host Communities in Greater Beirut, Lebanon: […]

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