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Is Silver Water Good for your Health?

    Is Silver Water Good for your Health?

Silver water is another name for colloid silver, or colloidal silver, and has been known for centuries to help people with infections, fungus, and bacterial infections, making it a favorite

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Struggling with Vitamin B12 Deficiency?

    Struggling with Vitamin B12 Deficiency?

With today’s busy schedules fatigue, brain fog and depression seem like common every-day problems. However, having these symptoms shouldn’t go unnoticed.  Although there can be various reasons people feel tired

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The New Face of Bio Engineering

In Manchester, New Hampshire, Governor Chris Sununu led a crowd of about 300 people in a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Friday, documenting the arrival of a new bioengineering company. Standing next

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Are All Near-Death-Experiences The Same?

A near-death-experience, or NDE, is a psychological event that occurs when a person is actively dying.  This phenomenon may include welcoming bright lights, an intense feeling of peace or an

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How Our Ancestors Survived Without Modern Medicine

Contrary to popular belief, the low average life expectancy in “pioneer times” wasn’t due to a lack of modern medicine

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How Virtual Reality is Changing the Medical Industry Forever

You probably have seen quite a bit of the term augmented reality (AR) being used in headlines lately. With the

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How Science is Creating New Fruits

Berries, especially strawberries are the most popular fruit purchased at grocery stores. Unfortunately, a large portion of the fan-favorite cranberry’s

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Self-Regulating Insulin Gadget: Because… Science

By McClain Warren To understand the awesomeness that is the newest development in diabetic health, one must first understand what

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Brothers Win XPrize for “Star Trek”-Inspired Tricorder

XPRIZE: The DxtER device The results are in! Wait, first we should double-check that we’re reading from the right cue card…

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NIH researchers link single gene variation to obesity

    NIH researchers link single gene variation to obesity

(NIH) – A single variation in the gene for brain-derived neurotropic factor (BDNF) may influence obesity in children and adults,

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