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Taking Turmeric Has Good Benefits To Your Health

Turmeric is the root stalk of a tropical plant that's part of the ginger family. It is a bright yellow-orange spice commonly used in curries and sauces. One of the main components of the spice is a substance called curcumin, it has been used for its medicinal, anti-oxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties for many years. Turmeric tea is one popular form of consuming turmeric. It is also a great way of getting the following benefits of turmeric. 1. Reduces The Risk Of Cancer Turmeric tea's medicinal properties including anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties could contribute in preventing cancer growth. The National Cancer Institute has recognized curcumin as an effective anti-carcinogen. 2. Relieves Arthritis Turmeric's anti-inflammatory properties are great for treating both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. It reduces painful symptoms, helps ease inflammation and swelling. In addition, the anti-oxidant properties of turmeric destroys fr

20 Things You'll Regret When You Get Older

In life, not everyone gets a chance to try some adventures when they still have the energy and opportunity. Most people realize or regret there are certain things they should have done when they are at a younger age.  You only get one chance in this life. Since time cannot be reversed, you should be making the most out of it. Here are 20 things you might regret when you are out of time.  1. Staying In A Wrong Relationship Relationships are commitments that involve mutual effort, conversations, adjustments, trials and error. Don't waste your time staying in a relationship with the wrong person. If it doesn't feel right anymore, get out of it.  2. Not Travelling When You Had The Chance Traveling when older becomes infinitely harder. You will have a family and obligations to take care of. Your body will be weaker to try some new adventures that needs physical energy.  The world is a big place and there's so much to see. If you want to travel,

Uber Is Back on the Road!

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB)) has lifted its suspension to Uber after being off the road for 15 days. Uber can now start serving passengers again after the company fully complied with its requirements. This Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at 4:48 p.m., Aileen Lizada LTFRB board member said 36,000 drivers nationwide of the transportation network company (TNC) could resume its operations.  A P190-million fine was paid by the company and provided financial assistance to the drivers during the suspension period. Uber even stated on its blog, "To make up for the lost time, you're qualified for new incentives everyday starting Tuesday, August 29, 6 pm until Fridady, September 1, 12 am. Check the Promotions Tab in the Uber Driver App each day to know the details of the incentive. We hope you'll make the most out of these until we resume our regular incentive schedule on Friday." Uber was supposed to serve

Ways to Keep Your Kids Safe from Dengue

During the rainy season, kids are more prone to sickness. Studies confirmed that the cold weather weakens the body's first line of immune defenses. The rainy season can be harmful to your children, especially with the prevalence of mosquito-borne illnesses such as dengue. Even if children stay indoors most of the time, they are still susceptible to these diseases. This could be alarming to most parents since it can pose a huge health risk for your little ones. So here are five simple tips to keep your kids safe this season. Boost your kid's immune system Give your kids a balanced and healthy diet to nourish them with the proper vitamins and minerals they need to keep their immune system at top shape. Include foods rich in Vitamin C like citrus fruits and make sure they always get enough sleep. Keep your child's body protected Keep your little ones warm and clean during the cold weather to prevent common colds. Dressing them

5 Simple Ways to Get Rid of Headache

Headaches are a very common problem. Almost all people from all ages experience headaches from time to time. And most of the time, they are caused by something simple such as lack of sleep, stress, tension, sinus problems, and dehydration. Get relief by trying these simple steps: Drink Water. Many headaches are caused by dehydration. Simply drink a glass of water at the first sign of headache and continue taking small sips throughout the day.   Take a Hot Shower. Applying heat on the back of your neck can relieve tensed muscles that causes headache. Take a hot shower and let the water run down at the back of your neck.  Soothe with Scent. Peppermint has a refreshing scent which helps open up clogged blood vessels. It contains menthol which helps regulate blood flow in the body. Simply breathe the aroma in a slightly lit room. Neck Stretches. Do simple neck exercises to stretch your head and your neck to reduce the intensity of t

9 Super Foods That Can Help You De-stress

The beginning of a work week bombarded with tons of work and deadlines can bring you stress. A tired body results to hunger causes you to grab food. And it's likely you'll grab the wrong ones and overeat them as well.  Stress, for many, can spike up the appetite. So instead of reaching for unhealthy foods when inevitable stress- out hits, we have put together a list of 9 healthy foods for you to much on to help you de-stress but feeds your appetite.  1. Green Leafy Vegetables Remember the famous cartoon character Popeye? He is known for his great strength when he eats his spinach. Greens like spinach, kale and brocolli are rich with folic acid that helps the body produce mood-regulating neurotransmitters. One study in 2012 found out that people who consumed the most folate had a lower risk of depression than those who least ate it. 2. Avocado This protein packed fruit is loaded with potassium. The healthy fats in this fruit promote blo

Did a Deceased Loved One Ever Visited You In Your Dreams?

They said that the dead still walks among us. But have you ever experienced a time when a loved one appeared in your dream as if they are conveying something or just visiting you? These dreams look vivid and hyper-realistic to the point that you think it might be really happening. These are commonly known as Visitation Dreams.  What is a Visitation Dream? A hyper-intensive dream where a deceased soul or loved one visits you in a dream is called a Visitation Dream. Some may disregard the dream as nothing special, but those who are open and not fearful of the experience can find answers, closure or insight to that soul. Dreaming lets you access your subconscious and unconscious parts of your brain. And you have access to other levels of memory and emotion than you have during your waking hours. Sometimes, a dream is just a memory you had with your loved one.  Here are the possible reasons why your deceased loved ones appear in your dreams: 1.

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Home Remedies to Cure Itchy Mosquito Bites

Do you love going outdoors like going on a hike, camping, strolling around in the late afternoon or simply just sitting on your porch grabbing some night fresh breeze? Then suddenly a blood sucking insect ruins your moment of calmness. Here come the pesky mosquitoes! Mosquitoes survive by sucking on human and animal blood. Using their thin, sharp mouthparts they pierce the skin of the host to suck up the blood. Most mosquito bites are harmless, but some can cause complications and diseases. We often don't feel the bite when it happens, but minutes later it creates a bump that is typically swollen and annoyingly itchy.  Luckily, these easy mosquito bite remedies probably found lying around your house can provide itch relief so you can get back to enjoying the great outdoors. ICE CUBES Ice can reduce inflammation by numbing the skin, which can give you immediate but short term relief. Use a cold pack or bag filled with ice to soothe the itch. Don't l