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6 tips to train your brain and memorize faster

6 tips to train your brain and memorize faster   Tips to train your mind  The sedentary lifestyle we are leading is not only making our bodies lethargic but also making our minds feeble and sluggish. Walking up to a colleague and forgetting what we need, or forgetting...
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Did you know POTATOES have Protein

  Did you know POTATOES have Protein While the modest potatoes are easiest to cook and experiment (don’t forget the humble price), we can all safely agree to the fact that they don’t exactly have a reputation for being healthy.   Are potatoes THAT bad? The potato is...
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5 Memory Skills That Can Make You Smarter

5 Memory Skills That Can Make You Smarter Top of Form Getting smarter often helps us get ahead in life; whether it is mastering skills at work or at home or just being able to tackle your day-to-day agenda better. That’s why having a few key and easy...
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7 Surprising Everyday Habits That Are Making You Age Faster

7 Surprising Everyday Habits ThatAre Making You Age Faster If following a healthier lifestyle to look healthier and more importantly younger, which includes reducing the amount you smoke, clocking in a sufficient amount of sleep, eating healthy, amidst a whole lot of other rules and regulations sounds like a...
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7 Teas That Can Cure The Most Common Ailments

7 Teas That Can Cure The Most Common Ailments Teas can be comforting as well as healthy. Healthy because they are loaded with medicinal properties that made them go-to herbal remedy centuries ago, which is why they have been used by kings and queens extensively in the past as...
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Malaria ( Causes, Symptoms, Prevention )

Malaria Overview Malaria is a mosquito-borne blood disease which can be life-threatening if left untreated. It is caused by a parasite called Plasmodium. The bite of female Anopheles mosquito is responsible for the transmission of malaria in humans. Plasmodium is of more than 100 types, out of which...
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