• 9 tips to prevent dehydration during summer

    May 20, 2017

    Scorching summers are here! Dehydration is at its peak. Read what you can do to avoid dehydration. Are you one of those who struggle with excessive sweat during the summer? If your answer is ‘yes’ then you’re at a risk of suffering from dehydration. Dehydration occurs when your body loses significant amount of fluids along with essential ...
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  • Everything you need to know about the new GOP health care bill

    May 13, 2017

    originally from pbs.org by Lisa Desjardins We have a new blueprint for health coverage in America. And with its new answers come new questions. After reading the House GOP legislation, here are some of the most important changes and unknowns. What’s it called? The bill is called the American Health Care Act. So AHCA. It is 123 pages, ...
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  • 7 Natural Remedies for Allergy Relief

    May 6, 2017

      Many people unnecessarily suffer from seasonal allergies when a few simple remedies can offer a lot of allergy relief: As prime allergy season approaches (at least in our area) I’m sharing the natural remedies that I’ve found to be the most effective for seasonal allergies and that I use when needed. These won’t be as immediately effective as a ...
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  • 10 Home Remedies for Eczema

    April 29, 2017

    originally from health.com When eczema strikes, red, scaly patches invade the skin—and they itch like crazy. This chronic inflammatory condition (also called atopic dermatitis) can’t be cured, and tends to flare periodically and then subside. But with super-simple lifestyle changes and home remedies, you can ease your symptoms during an eczema flare-up—no doctor’s visit required. Here, ...
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  • 10 Amazing Benefits of Walking

    April 20, 2017

    from myfitnesspal.com Walking is not only the simplest form of exercise that almost everyone can do, it’s also a free activity that can aid in weight loss and maintenance. But walking’s benefits go even further — here are 10 more reasons to start, or keep, walking: 1. IT SHARPENS YOUR BRAIN Walking for exercise may become increasingly important ...
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  • How Your Phone Is Killing Your Posture

    February 4, 2017

    from www.myfitnesspal.com by Galina and Roland Denzel Do you ever take your work to a coffeehouse? Maybe you’re at one right now, or maybe you’re at work and several people are within view. Scan the posture of those around you — how many of them do you see with their heads in front of their shoulders? If ...
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  • 7 Health Hacks That Will Change Your Life Mitch Barrington MITCH BARRINGTON NOV 20, 2016 0 COMMENTS

    January 28, 2017

      from foodmatters.com by Mitch Barrington Heath trends are a dime a dozen these days. It seems like every week there’s a new superfood discovered or another exotic berry being touted as the ultimate all-in-one-cure-for-everything. The truth remains that our health is a profoundly diverse topic and there is no “one size fits all” approach. For example, ...
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  • Thyroid Awareness Month: Questions & Answers About Your Thyroid

    January 14, 2017

    originally from thyroidawareness.com How common is thyroid disease? Thyroid disease is more common than diabetes or heart disease. Thyroid disease is a fact of life for as many as 30 million Americans – and more than half of those people remain undiagnosed. Women are five times more likely than men to suffer from hypothyroidism (when the gland ...
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  • 16 Ways to Lose Weight Fast

    January 7, 2017

    Tweak your lifestyle It’s a familiar story: You pledge to honor a daily elliptical routine and count every last calorie. But soon, you’re eating cupcakes at the office and grabbing happy hour mojitos, thinking, Oops, diet over. There is a better way: Swap the all-or-nothing approach for one or two healthy switch-ups in your daily routine. “Doing ...
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  • 10 tips to make your New Year’s resolution a success

    December 31, 2016

    from www.nhs.uk Most of us will make a New Year’s resolution – maybe to lose weight, quit smoking or drink less – but only one in 10 of us will achieve our goal. Psychologists have found we’re more likely to succeed if we break our resolution into smaller goals that are specific, measurable and time-based. Professor Richard Wiseman, of the University of ...
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