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Effects of Alcohol on Muscle Building

Effects of Alcohol on Muscle Building

Does drinking alcohol affect muscle building? The study shows that alcohol prevents muscle growth and your post-exercise recovery process. How? Check this infographic presented by TestX Core. It explains the effects of alcohol on muscle building. via testxcore.com

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Facts About Teen Rehab

Facts About Teen Rehab

Finding the right teen rehab for your child is challenging. Usually, teen rehab refers to a teenage drug rehabilitation center. At Newport Academy, however, we not only treat substance abuse issues, we offer so much more. via www.newportacademy.com

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How Medical Practitioners Stay Healthy

How Medical Practitioners Stay Healthy

Getting sick is one of the most important things doctors and other medical practitioners try to avoid. Because of their varied responsibilities, they are prone to fatigue, stress, and sickness too. To prevent this from happening frequently, they have to follow a healthy diet, exercise regularly, get enough sleep, and meditate. This will help them handle physical and mental stress, …

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Facts About Teen Mental Health

Teen Mental Health

Addressing the need for teen mental health treatment is tough for any family. Every parent wants their children to be healthy, whole, and happy. That’s why the Newport Academy Treatment Team’s approach to teen mental health challenges begins with love, support, and acceptance. via newportacademy.com

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Top Muscle Building Foods

Top Muscle Building Foods

Eating muscle-building foods can go a long way in your bodybuilding journey. The question is what foods guarantee muscle growth? Protein, of course, is the answer. To help you, here’s a list of some muscle-building foods presented in an infographic by No Max Shred. As you notice, all of them are protein-rich meals. 1. Full-Fat Cottage Cheese With Live Cultures …

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The Truth About Vaginal Dryness. Why Can’t I Get Wet?

The Truth About Vaginal Dryness

Menopause and hormonal fluctuations happen to every woman, but the changes these phases cause our bodies are still seemingly difficult to own and talk about. One adjustment that comes as a woman ages is her lessened ability to get wet naturally. We know that natural lubrication is essential to keeping a healthy vagina, so when one day we find ourselves …

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The Long-Term Effects of Alcohol

Many enjoy an occasional drink or even more when celebrating. But do you ever think about what long term effects alcohol can have on you? What if I told you alcohol can lead to anemia, worsened health conditions and even fetal disorders? Find out more here! via beachesrecovery.com

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Vape Pen Parts & Function

Interested in how vape pens work and what all the parts are? Vapes For Sale has created an incredibly stunning and simple infographic that reveals all the different parts and functionality of a standard vape pen mod. With such a large buzz surrounding vaping and how incredible of an alternative it is to smoking, we figured we’d shed some light …

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Facts About Teen Anxiety

Facts About Teen Anxiety

For parents, seeing your child suffer can be traumatic. The Newport Academy teen anxiety treatment team empathizes with your experience. We can help both you and your child develop the skills and self-understanding to overcome teen anxiety. via newportacademy.com  

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How to Exercise at Home During Winter

How to Exercise at Home During Winter

Does winter prevent you to go outside and hit the gym? Just because it’s cold doesn’t mean you can’t exercise—there are other ways to stay active. Consider indoor exercises, which are cheaper and less hassle. To help you, here’s an infographic presented by TestX Core. It features some exercises you can try at home. 1. Jumping jacks and jump rope. …

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Facts About Teen Depression

Teen Depression

Often, responsible parents do not recognize teen depression. The symptoms can be mistaken for the child “just being a teen.” Many teens often complain about being tired. In addition, they go through gloomy periods or come across as irritable at the dinner table. Yet, such common issues may be the beginnings of a more serious depressive episode. via newportacademy.com

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10 Fun Facts About Your Teeth

Facts About Your Teeth

Teeth! Your pearly whites are one of the most important parts of your body and a lot of people do not realize that. We use them every day to eat, drink, and speak properly. But don’t worry this infographic is not going to be boring! Encore Dental is going to share 10 fun facts about teeth that you probably did …

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Hypertension Prevention

Hypertension Prevention

Hypertension Prevention. High blood pressure is out of control in the US and worldwide. 2 out of 3 adults in the US (that is 150 million people) and over 1 billion people worldwide have pre-hypertension or hypertension! Only 54% have their blood pressure under control. Learn more about high blood pressure, related cardiovascular risks and ways to prevent it without medication. …

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Astrology Dieting Based on Your Sign

Astrology Dieting

Proper dieting plays a crucial role to maintain a healthy body. Did you know that there are some people who based their diet on Zodiac sign? For example: If your sign is Pisces (born within February 19 to March 20), you may be prone to inflammation, anemia, and low blood pressure. Hence, you should consume iron-rich foods such as oysters, …

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Muscle Building Tips

Muscle Building Tips

Muscle building takes a lot of hard work, discipline, and sacrifice. That’s the truth. There’s no shortcut, no easy road. So if you really want it and you’re willing to pay the price, sooner or later you’ll reap the results. Just be consistent with your training. Endure and don’t give up easily. To help you, here are some muscle building …

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10 Muscle Building Tips

10 Muscle Building Tips

Some men feel unconfident with their bodies. So they hit the gym, ask help from the experts, or enroll a muscle building program. While all these actions are helpful, we should realize that there’s more than meets the eye. The truth is that muscle building requires an incredible amount of hard work, discipline, sacrifice, patience, and focus. To help you …

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Are Millennials Really the Rx Generation?

Our infographic explores why millennials are now considered most likely to become addicted to prescription drugs.Our research shows that millennials have greater access to stimulants than ever before and that opioid prescriptions are on the rise for the age group. via stepstorecovery.com

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HISTORY OF THE E-CIGARETTE

HISTORY OF THE E-CIGARETTE

As modern and novel as vaping may seem, the concept of an electronic vaporizing device for medicinal purposes has actually been kicking around for nearly 90 years. The first electronic cigarette wasn’t patented until the 1960s, and it took another 50 years before the time was right for the idea to really take off. Advanced technology, combined with traditional cigarette …

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10 Remarkable Ways Gardening Benefits Your Health

Gardening Benefits Your Health

For most of us, gardening is either a chore or a hobby. But there is growing evidence that gardening can massively benefit your health. Whether it’s burning almost as many calories than you would in the gym, bacteria in soil that raises your serotonin levels, or even reducing the risk of stroke or heart attacks. In this infographic, we look …

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Stay Safe Driving on these 5 Holidays | Cincinnati, Ohio

Safe Driving

When many people think of holidays, they think of congested interstates and long waits at the airport. While Christmas and Thanksgiving do bring a huge influx of holiday traffic — and accidents, some of the biggest dangers await motorists on other holidays. This infographic was created by Levy Law Offices, a car accident injury law firm in Cincinnati, Ohio, with …

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The Dangers of Using Your Phone as an Alarm Clock

Using Your Phone as an Alarm Clock

Do you use your cell phone as an alarm clock every night? Studies suggest that nearly half (48%) of all people age 16 to 34 use a cell phone alarm, as do 26% of people age 35 to 54 and around 9% of adults age 55 and up. And when your smartphone is always within arm’s reach, you’re more likely …

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