Evidence as of 2015 suggests that chewing tobacco may be safer than cigarettes; however, using any tobacco product poses serious health risks, according to Mayo Clinic. Chewing tobacco contains approximately 30 different... More »

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Broccoli benefits the body in many ways, according to The World's Healthiest Foods. It contains multiple components that reduce oxidative stress and minimize inflammation, which helps to halt the development of chronic d... More »

One cup of raw asparagus contains about 27 calories and less than one gram of fat. It also contains no cholesterol, nearly 3 grams of fiber and 3 grams of protein. More »

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As of March 16, 2011, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration advises consumers not to purchase or use Black Ant, a male sexual enhancement product sold online, due to health risks, states the FDA. On April 5, 2012, the FD... More »

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There are no proven health risks for saccharin or other artificial sweeteners, states Mayo Clinic. Although studies conducted in the 1970s seemed to indicate a link between saccharin consumption and bladder cancer, subse... More »

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Remove chewing gum from washable clothing by freezing the garment, scraping away the gum and dissolving any remaining gum with a laundry prewash product before washing. The process requires about an hour in the freezer a... More »

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While sugared chewing gum is bad for both health and teeth, sugar-free chewing gum has been shown to help clean teeth, reduce appetite and even stimulate brain activity. Chewing sugar-free gum causes the mouth to salivat... More »

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