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Kendall Jenner says ‘always been a hypochondriac’, as she opens up about her struggles

Kendall Jenner got candid during the latest episode of ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ and opened up about a lot of personal issues. The 22-year-old American model admitted that she has “always been a hypochondriac” and how her modelling career has taken a toll on her. During the show, Kendall said “Since I was a kid, I’ve always been a hypochondriac. I’ve always been the worst hypochondriac. But now I have to try and be a big girl”. Kendall also talked about her constant struggle with anxiety among a lot…

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Water storage doesn’t always require permanent tanks

When undertaking to save water from rain from the heavens and the roof runoffs of your house, one does not always want to erect permanent structures and put in place full-time tanks to capture the water, which would have otherwise been wasted. Budget and space constraints can often see people doing nothing at all, but there are other options to help find a balance between low cost, economy of area and the need to do what we can to not waste the previous resource of water. While there are several…

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Here’s why a healthy diet may not always work

Here’s why a healthy diet may not always work People accustomed to a calorie-rich diet may not be able to reap the full benefits of switching to a healthy dietimmediately due to the works of the bacterial community inside the gut, suggests new research. Certain human gut bacteria need to be lost for a diet plan to be successful, said the study that identified the organisms that help promote the effects of a particular diet. “If we are to prescribe a diet to improve someone’s health, it’s important that we…

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Here’s Why A Healthy Diet May Not Always Work

People accustomed to a calorie-rich diet may not be able to reap the full benefits of switching to a healthy diet immediately due to the works of the bacterial community inside the gut, suggests new research. Certain human gut bacteria need to be lost for a diet plan to be successful, said the study that identified the organisms that help promote the effects of a particular diet. “If we are to prescribe a diet to improve someone’s health, it’s important that we understand what microbes help control those beneficial effects,”…

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Heredity isn’t Always Destiny When it Comes to Heart Attacks: Study

If heredity puts you at higher risk for a heart attack, maintaining a healthy lifestyle can bring that risk down dramatically, below the risk faced by some people whose genes would normally protect them from heart disease, according to a new analysis of more than 55,000 people. “We were a little surprised by how much you could offset your inherited risk by adhering to a healthy lifestyle,” said Dr. Sekar Kathiresan, chief author of the new study, presented at an American Heart Association meeting on Sunday and published online simultaneously…

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Water-based exercises will always remain a hot trend

Water-based exercises are not a new trend. But the fact is that these kind of exercises will always remain a hot fitness fad. And experts agree. Asif Shaikh, a fitness professional, says, “Water-based exercises are good for people who have knee and joint problems and slipped disc issues. Beginners also get a metabolic benefit.” Fitness professionals say that since these are low-impact exercises, they are easy on the joints and can be done by everyone. Victor D’Lima, a fitness professional, adds, “When you exercise in water, you don’t have any…

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