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Health is one of those subjects that is confusing. Why are some given the hardship of illness while others live a life full of anxiety. We all have our own struggles in life whether it’s your IQ score or your addiction to drugs. We take a further look into all of these topics and more.

Where Did Your Dog Come From? Dog DNA Tests

Dog and laptop with eye glasses: Dog DNA Tests

Do you have a mixed-breed dog and wonder what breeds make him who he is? Or perhaps you want to know what hereditary diseases or health conditions he could develop in the future. For those of us who own mixed breeds, your dog’s genealogy is a huge life mystery! Fortunately, dog DNA tests can solve some of these mysteries for you. Keep reading to find out how dog DNA tests work, what you can discover about your pup and other information…

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EverlyWell Review: Are Its Health & Well-Being Insights Reliable?

EverlyWell Review

Consumer health startup EverlyWell got its big break in late 2017 when its CEO, Julia Cheek, secured a $1 million investment from the hit tv show Shark Tank. Fast forward more than a year later and this burgeoning business is making a name for itself and garnering some significant partnerships to propel its at-home health testing business. Are EverlyWell’s tests accurate? And what can you learn from the 30 separate tests this company offers…

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The Ultimate Beard Care Kit And Subscription Box Guide

Man getting beard groomed

Growing and maintaining an attractive beard takes a lot of work. Thanks to grooming tools and subscription kits you can tame your unruly beast of facial hair and maintain a luxurious facial look without the hassle. Whether you want to assemble your own beard care kit or use a beard club and have new products delivered to you on a regular basis we’ve got you covered…

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What Is ALS Disease? A Personal Story

Kimberly and her mom: What is ALS Disease? A Personal Story

My mother was diagnosed with ALS in March 2016. To be blunt, when she told me about her diagnosis, I felt a type of heartache I’ve never felt before. The crying wouldn’t stop, my eyes burned from all the tears and my head was consumed with the worst headache ever. My body was exhausted from mourning my mother who was still alive. The idea that she wouldn’t be around for as long as I wanted to was terrifying to me. But, my fears prompted me to learn more…

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