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The medical community has long recommended adding calcium to your diet to enhance bone density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Adults aged nineteen to fifty need 1,000 milligrams of calcium every day, adults over fifty need 1,200 milligrams a day, and 1,200 to 1,500 milligrams for post-menopausal women. Calcium can be found in many […]

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Adjective: Deleterious (del-uh-TEER-ee-us) Definition: Harmful, often in a subtle or unexpected way. Sample sentence: Margie is convinced that violent television programs will have a deleterious effect on her children, so she carefully monitors what they watch.

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Take care of your friendships: It has been proven that people having a lot of friends live longer. This is probably because it reduces the amount of stress. Having fun and living your life to the fullest while being respectful of your own body are also good health tips. Remember that you also need to […]

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If you stop to think about it, pollen is everywhere, it can be found in trees, flowers, grass, and weeds. You might be wondering just how to avoid this allergen because as soon as you get over the tree pollen in spring, there will be grass pollen in summer, and ragweed pollen in fall. However, […]

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Verb: Bombard (bahm-BARD) Definition: 1. To attack, especially with artillery or bombers 2. To assail vigorously or persistently as with questions 3. To subject to the impact of rapidly moving particles Sample sentence: It is not uncommon for reporters to bombard a defendant’s lawyer with question as he emerges from the courthouse at the end […]

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Noun: Breadbasket (BRED-bass-kut) Definition: 1. Stomach 2. A major cereal-producing region Sample sentence: We were playing dodgeball, and the ball hit me right in the breadbasket.

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Flax, also known as linseed. originated from India and has been used since ancient times. It is an annual plant that grows blue flowers with five petals, and can occasionally found in bright red. The fruit is round, brown and glossy and looks much like an apple seed. The seeds and the fibers of this […]

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Adjective: Prodigious (pruh-DIJ-us) Definition: 1. Resembling or befitting a prodigy: strange, unusual 2. Exciting amazement or wonder 3. Extraordinary in bulk, quantity, or degree: enormous Sample sentence: Artisans have begun the prodigious task of restoring the beautiful mosaics that were damaged in the earthquake.

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Raspberries, the perennial plant with vibrant color and flavor, might not be the most popular red fruit on the market, but they are certainly among the healthiest. They protect against many diseases, have lots of other nutritive content, and are simply delicious. Raspberries come in many varieties, have many health benefits, and have an interesting […]

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Noun: Cryptography (krip-TAH-gruh-fee) Definition: The enciphering and deciphering of messages in secret code or cipher. Also, the computerized encoding and decoding of information. Sample sentence: Effective cryptography is essential for secure exchanges of sensitive information in cyberspace.

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