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Keto Chocolate Cake in a Mug

There comes a time in everyone’s ketogenic life where you crave something sweet. Cookies, brownies, cake – but there’s nothing…

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5 Energizing Low Carb Breakfasts Ideas

By now, it has been pounded into your head more times than you’d like to remember; breakfast is the most…

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Diabetes and insulin costs: Diabetics struggle as drug prices soar

Struggling to stay alive: Rising insulin prices cause diabetics to go to extremes The escalating cost of insulin has desperate diabetics…

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Drink This Ginger-Turmeric Combo Before Going to Bed To Reduce Inflammation And Never Wake Up Tired Again

Due to its strong anti-inflammatory, anti-parasitic, anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties, ginger is considered one of the 21st century’s most powerful foods.

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Epsom salt baths can reduce inflammation, increase blood flow

hat box of Epsom salt on your grandmother’s bathroom shelf proves that her generation knew a thing or two about natural healing. Epsom salt – which you’ll find for next to nothing in any drug store

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ME/CFS Collaborative Research Center at Stanford University, funded by OMF | Open Medicine Foundation

Dr. Davis has assembled a truly world-class team of researchers, many of whom have never before focused their expertise on ME/CFS, and has planned several innovative projects that will help us to understand the molecular basis of ME/CFS, develop better diagnostics, and discover new treatments.

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Smartphone camera measures blood glucose concentration – Physics World

An add-on device for smartphones could replace blood glucose meters for measuring blood sugar. Blood sugar measurements are essential for diabetes patients who need to know their blood glucose concentration in order to regulate it with insulin.

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