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Taking multivitamins can reduce your risk of death from any illness by up to 70%

Some people believe that taking multivitamins doesn’t benefit their health in any way, and when you see the price tag on some vitamins, you might be hoping they are right.

From making you more forgetful to increasing your risk of dementia, here are 12 things that chronic stress does to your brain

Every day, people encounter things that stress them out, whether it be school, work, or even other people.

Adding probiotics to your fruit salad is a delicious way to enjoy a nutrient-dense meal

If you swear by eating fruits, you’re in luck: According to researchers from Brazil, you can add probiotics to your fruit salad to make a delicious and nutrient-packed alternative to functional foods. In their study, published in Food Science and Technology, the team investigated the potential of fruit salads to be used as carriers of the Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001, a probiotic known to aid in treating conditions like colic, rotavirus, irritable bowel syndrome, and even traveler’s diarrhea.

Soros-linked Leftist groups double down on effort to force conservatives off dominant social media platforms under guise of ending “hate speech”

What began as a concerted effort earlier this year by the country’s biggest social media companies to deemphasize and downrate conservatives and pro-POTUS Trump content has now expanded into a full-blown drive to push them out completely using the excuse of “hate speech.”

Doctors Mistake Toddler's Spider Bite for Cigarette Burn; More

Honest mistake or a rush to judgment? That's the question underlying the strange case of a 2-year-old North Carolina boy whose ER doctors mistook his spider bite for a cigarette burn, as a story posted on the website of the TV station WFMYNews2, in Greensboro, reports.

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Cancer Fears Over Cell Phones, Again, but FDA Disagrees

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken the unusual step of contradicting colleagues at an agency within the National Institutes of Health after they claimed that a study they conducted into the effects of radio frequency radiation (RFR) showed "clear evidence" of an association with a form of heart cancer.