When you think about the more than 200 bones that comprise the skeletal framework supporting your body, you probably envision them as sturdy, rigid, and unchanged. Actually, your bones are in a constant state of flux. Cells known as osteoclasts break down weakened portions of the bone, while cells called
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People with fair complexions, red hair, blue eyes, and freckles typically are considered to be at greater risk of skin cancer than their darker-skinned counterparts. Research has shown that melanomas and other skin cancers occur more commonly in Caucasians than in other racial groups.
However, a new study suggests that African-Americans
Your dinner plate can work for you, or against you. While chronic diseases may feel random or inevitable, it’s increasingly clear that what you eat can play a role in reducing or promoting disease. Here are EN’s tips on how to fight disease with your fork.
“Include a vegetable and
You look in the mirror while you comb your hair or shave your beard. Now, expand that self-inspection from your face to the rest of your body, using full-length and handheld mirrors. That full-body check is a ritual that you and all men should do periodically to search for skin
On today’s News Bulletin, we expound on 3 of the common causes of fatigue and the corresponding natural remedies you can utilize to regain your energy: adrenal fatigue, cancer fatigue, and environmental toxins.