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Mr. Ken Leventhal – An American teacher

Mr. Ken Leventhal – An American teacher

A friend from Vietnam introduced me to the Hong Linh Cot topical oinment last year and I have been using it since. It is great for headaches, runny nose, fatigue, and pain. It’s really good for arthitis .

Making Medicine From Snake Venom

Making Medicine From Snake Venom

Venomous snakes have a bad reputation—and rightly so—because of their often deadly bites. But what makes a snake’s bite so deadly—the venom—is the same thing that makes these snakes so valuable to the medical research community. Scientists have discovered that the very compounds that make venoms work may also prove useful in the treatment of several human disorders and diseases.

9 Things You Don’t Know About Your Memory, But Should

9 Things You Don’t Know About Your Memory, But Should

First, the bad news: Your memory speed naturally declines by about 2 percent each decade, starting in your late 20s. (Hence the lost keys and tip-of-the-tongue Jeopardy! trivia.) But the really good news? There are lots of research-backed strategies to keep your noggin sharp over time, says Gary Small, MD, director of the UCLA Longevity Center. Read on to discover key facts about your brain. Emoti ...

5 Delicious On-the-Go Snack Ideas

5 Delicious On-the-Go Snack Ideas

To keep you feeling full and satisfied, a snack should provide a balance of good carbs and either protein, fat, or both. In other words, eating just a few carrots won’t suffice—and neither will many granola bars. Read (and pin!) our list of perfect anytime snacks. 1 cup of fresh red grapes + ½ Cup roasted almonds Antioxidants galore, thanks to the fruit, plus hunger-busting nuts. Get them in the ...