What Causes A Hangover After A Crazy Night of Drinking

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The term “hangover” used to mean “unfinished business” in the 19th Century, but people started using the term in the 20th Century to mean the really uneasy and sickly feeling you get the day after you consumed too much alcohol.
 

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10 Types of Food to Eat Everyday For Perfectly Radiant Skin

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Have you tried all kinds of expensive facial products and treatments but nothing seems to work to get you that flawless, glowing complexion you desire? Well, maybe your skin is stubbornly staying dull because of your diet. After all, it is said that you are what you eat.
 

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10 Exercise Myths That Many People Believe

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More and more Singaporeans are trying to adopt a healthy lifestyle; by eating non-greasy food and exercising regularly, and that's great as it significantly lowers the risk of heart and cardiovascular diseases, even though they do it mainly for appearance purposes. However, some people feel that despite going for frequent workouts, nothing seems to have changed. If you are going about your exercises all wrong, sometimes even the most rigorous of workouts will not result in what you desire. Check out the top 10 exercise myths that even some professional trainers believe!
 

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10 Facts You Didn’t Know About Sleep

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Besides eating and drinking, sleep is the next most important human activity. Lack of sleep could result in many harmful side effects that could even lead to death. Therefore, we think you should know more about sleepy time.
 

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The Werewolf Diet Is The Latest Health Fad

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You have heard about all kinds of weird fad diets from health nuts including the Caveman Diet (chiefly fats and protein, with small amounts of carbohydrates), the Raw Food Diet (eating uncooked food), the Gluten-Free Diet (avoiding the consumption of wheat, barley, rye and triticale) that has never actually been scientifically proven to actually be effective, they have only been SUGGESTED to improve a person's health. Personally, I follow the eat-everything-I-want-especially-if-it's-delicious diet, that's the best diet to have. A new fad diet (that is as equally questionable as the rest) has recently emerged and have been rapidly increasing in popularity; the Werewolf Diet.
 

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