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Top 9 Countries Where Cancer Deaths Are on the Decline

Cancer is the deadly disease that destroys the body’s immune system and makes the body prone and exposed to other diseases.There were 12.7 million of cancer patients around the world according to the 2008 estimates out of which 6.6 million were men, and around 6.1 million were reported to be women. The breast cancer rate…

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9 Dangerous Facts You Didn’t Know About Nutella

You probably don’t even know it, but there are some sneaky little ingredients hidden in the chocolaty goodness of Nutella that could be wrecking havoc on your waistline and various other parts of your body. So here are for you 9 things you have to know about Nutella. #1. Napoleon and Hitler are responsible for…

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Top 9 Mind-Blowing Facts About The Illuminati

The Illuminati, translated from Latin as “The Enlightened Ones”, is a secret society that originated from the Bavarian Illuminati that was active in the 1770s and 1780s. As of today, the group could be seen as in a state of semi fictitiousness, with many conspiracy theories published on the Internet regarding both its existence and…

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9 Interesting Caffeine Facts That You Have To Know

Caffeine is the most popular mood-altering drug in the world, even those who use it daily, by drinking coffee, tea, sodas or energy drinks as part of their routine. In moderate amounts, caffeine has been shown to have positive effects on people's bodies and minds. There's some evidence that caffeine may help improve memory, enhance workouts and…

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Top 9 Serious Health Dangers of Using Mobile Phones

Don’t play with your life, and learn about the reasons why increased cell phone use can have both, short-term and long-term effects on your health and possibly not in the way that you might think. In this article, we look at why cell phones are dangerous #1. Cancer Based on mixed epidemiological evidence on humans…

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9 Signs Cancer May Be Growing In Your Body

Cancer can be a devastating disease that comes out of nowhere. Those diagnosed often notice few symptoms, and they feel fine when they’re blindsided with a diagnosis. A symptom is something that might not be visible. For example, if you have a headache, another person can’t see your headache. You can describe the pain, location,…

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