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24 Oct Nurturing Strong Bones: Osteoporosis Risk Throughout a Woman's Life
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  As women journey through life, their bone health becomes increasingly important. Osteoporosis, a condition characterized by fragile bones, can be a serious concern as the years go by. To ensure lifelong bone strength, let's explore the various s..
06 Oct Krill Oil: A Game-Changer for Joint Health
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  The pristine waters of the Southern Ocean house a small yet remarkable creature: the Antarctic krill. Harvested sustainably, krill oil has emerged as a potent supplement with a wide range of health advantages. One of its most significant benefit..
11 Aug From Fragile to Strong: Transform Your Bone Health Today!
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  In a world where hectic schedules and modern-day conveniences often overshadow our health priorities, it's time to shift our focus back to the structure that supports us every step of the way – our skeletal system. Bone health is an often overlo..
24 May Why Does My Neck Hurt?
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  Are you having difficulty moving your neck and head, feeling the worsening pain when you hold your head in a certain way when working on a computer or driving? These are the common symptoms of neck pain, which could severely affect your quality ..
12 May Discover the Benefits of Eggshell Membrane: A Nutrient-Rich Ingredient for Optimal Health
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  Eggshell membrane is the thin, transparent film that lines the inside of an eggshell. It is a natural source of several nutrients, including collagen, glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate, and hyaluronic acid, all of which can provide a range of hea..
09 Dec Natural Ways to Reduce Uric Acid in the Body
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  Uric acid is a waste product that is naturally produced when our body breaks down chemicals called purines. Normally, most uric acid dissolves in the blood, passes through the kidneys and leaves the remains in urine.    However, it is possible..
20 Oct Osteoporosis: Are You at Risk?
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  Osteoporosis is the most common age-related bone disease worldwide. In Singapore, hospital admissions for hip fractures have risen to 2,729 cases in 2020 from 1,487 in 2017, due to the ageing population here with a higher proportion of elderly p..
23 Jun 6 Common Mistakes Everyone Is Probably Making During Exercising
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  Exercising regularly is one of the best things you can do to support your health. It helps to strengthen your muscles and bones, reduces stress, boosts memory and promotes better sleep. Not only will you experience more energy and enhanced abili..
24 Mar Simple Tips to Keep Your Joints Healthy and Pain Free
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  We have 360 joints in the body, and each joint connects bone to bone. Off your head, you might think of the knees, hips and elbows first. The joint allows the body to move. From your fingers and toes to your neck, back and shoulders; keeping you..
21 Oct What Is The Main Cause of Osteoporosis?
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  Osteoporosis is also known as a bone disorder that weakens your bone density and strength, resulting in brittle bones that are prone to a higher risk of fractures. Without bone strength, bones can break easily, even from just a slight fall or ev..
26 Feb 7 Benefits of Taking Omega-3 Fish Oil
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  One of the most commonly consumed supplements in the world is fish oil, due to its high omega-3 fatty acids which are very important for your health. Taking fish oil supplements is helpful if you do not consume enough fatty fish in your day-to-d..
01 Oct 6 Best Anti-Inflammatory Foods
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 Inflammation is a natural response triggered by irritation, pathogens, toxins, and injuries. This response includes the release of antibodies and proteins, as well as increased blood flow to the injured area. The whole process usually lasts for a fe..
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