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Google revises policy on “nofollow” as of March 1, 2020

Posted on 27 March 2020

No-follow links have traditionally not been particularly helpful when considering the relative ranking of websites by Google’s crawling algorithms. The search engine giant’s treatment of the nofollow tags led many to believe that the links were not reliable. But by September 2019, a new algorithm began to transform everything. Google now has more sharply defined the unconstructive versus c ...

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How Much Does It Cost To Live in Toronto as a Student?

Posted on 21 February 2020

Toronto has some of the best universities and colleges in the world that promotes diversity and is filled with that urban energy that comes with a global city. As of 2017, there were over 490,000 international students in Canada, as reported by Canada Study News and a majority of that population were housed in Toronto. However, despite being a study destination for foreign students, the co ...

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Improve sleep quality and boost heart health: 7 Reasons to eat nutrient-rich cherries

Posted on 18 February 2020

(Natural News) You know how the saying goes: Big things can come in small packages. This is especially the case for an often-overlooked superfood: cherries. Each cherry you pop into your mouth is packed with essential vitamins and nutrients that can provide a multitude of health benefits. Cherries on top Cherries come in different varieties, man ...

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Survival first aid: How to treat spider bites

Posted on 18 February 2020

(Natural News) Spiders, for the most part, are harmless. They will rather hide or run away from a threat than engage in a fight. However, if they feel cornered, they will bite any threat, including humans. Luckily, most spider bites aren’t strong enough to break the skin or be fatal. If you get bitten, try and catch the spider responsible, so that your physician can identify it. If ...

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Japanese researchers discover novel enzyme from soil fungus that can be used for industrial purposes

Posted on 18 February 2020

(Natural News) A new enzyme has been discovered in a soil fungus previously linked to fruit rot, according to Japanese researchers. The enzyme, identified as a type of glucanase by a group of researchers from Tokyo University of ScienceTokyo Institute of Technology and other organizations, may play an important role in soil ecosystems. According to ...

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Shaking in your (workout) shoes: Here’s why your muscles shake when you’re working out

Posted on 18 February 2020

(Natural News) It can’t be stressed enough that physical activity, be it mundane walking or an intense workout session, is vital for improving overall health. Regular exercise can bring a wide variety of health benefits, including improved mood, reduced risk of heart disease, increased energy levels and weight loss. But as you exercise, you may notice that your muscles start shaki ...

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Vitamin K supplementation can help reduce arterial stiffness and improve blood pressure, researchers find

Posted on 18 February 2020

(Natural News) One of the major keys to having a healthy heart is maintaining the health of your arteries. The hardening of arteries, also known as arterial stiffness, is a risk factor for chronic heart diseases like coronary artery disease and even death. This emphasizes the need to find ways to prevent the onset of this deadly disease. Now, recent evidence suggests that dietary su ...

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How about a short workout… in the sauna? Study reveals a sauna session has physical strain similar to sports activities

Posted on 18 February 2020

(Natural News) Researchers from the Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) and the Medical Center Berlin are suggesting that spending some time in a sauna can be just as exhausting as moderate exercise. Their study found that a sauna session, contrary to popular belief, actually raises your heart rate and blood pressure, and that once you leav ...

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Taking vitamin D supplements for multiple years found to help those with cancer live LONGER

Posted on 07 February 2020

(Natural News) Taking vitamin D supplements regularly for at least three years may lengthen the lives of people with cancer, a recent study suggests. In this study, which was published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, researchers from Michigan State University (MSU) reviewed 10 randomized controlled trials that compared vitamin D sup ...

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Study: Consuming more strawberries can help prevent Alzheimer’s in the elderly

Posted on 07 February 2020

(Natural News) Do you love snacking on sweet and juicy strawberries? Well, keep at it: A recent study suggests that they can lower your risk of developing Alzheimer’s dementia (AD). In a study published in Current Developments in Nutrition and funded by the California Strawberry Commission, researchers from Rush University found that elderl ...