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   Jan 05

Health Benefits of Getting a Massage

Have you ever tried massage therapy? If you are suffering from back pain, headaches, and other ailments, massage therapy may be able to help. Many people are turning to massage to help alleviate pain and rejuvenate the body. Read on to learn about the many health benefits of massage therapy. Jessica StaheliAbout the author: Jessica […]

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   Dec 22

Is Cracking Your Own Back Good for You?

There are many misconceptions about the back that might help you relax a little bit. One of the bigger fears that people have is back cracking. Is it safe to crack your own back? When most people feel uncomfortable or have pain in their back, they will twist and turn their bodies to try and […]

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   Dec 18

Young at Heart: Learning to Age Gracefully

We live in a looks driven society. The pressure on men and women to remain looking young leads many of them to harmful processes that can dramatically effect their health. But, even though it seems society places youthful looks in a high regard, more and more people are waiting to their later years to start […]

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   Dec 18

The Lasting Effects of Natural Disasters

Almost weekly, the international media is filled with stories about a natural disaster making an immediate and negative impact on a specific community. Yet while we often let these occurrences slip to the back of our minds, the lasting effects on ground zero of the disasters can often have devastating consequences for years to come. […]

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   Dec 18

An Overview of Pediatric Chiropractic

If you are a parent who is considering adding pediatric chiropractic care to your child’s health and wellness routine, you may be unsure of what benefits you can expect. Chiropractic care can be used both for preventative care and maintenance care, and it can be used short-term or long-term. Below are just a few of […]

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   Nov 15

What is the Role of Calamari Oil in Children’s Brain Development?

It’s not a craze or a quack analysis. The European Food Safety Authority has proven that the omega-3 fatty acid is important in the development of a child’s brain. The protection board has supported the role of those fats in fetus development and newborn eye and brain development with adequate breast milk supply, although they […]

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   Nov 12

Energize Like A Rockstar, Without The Chemicals

If you’re still feeling lethargic after a good night’s sleep, your eating habits might just be the problem. Coffee, energy drinks, or high-sugar snacks will only get you a temporary high, followed by an inevitable low which will call for even more unhealthy munching. Feeling refreshed in the morning is all about habits, not quick […]

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   Nov 01

How to Avoid Common Accidents & Illnesses on Holiday

Going away on summer holiday is supposed to be fun and rejuvenating, but sometimes things just don’t work out like we expect. Many holidaymakers from the UK end up visiting pharmacies and medical centres abroad each year for a whole host of accidents and illnesses. It’s unfortunate when something happens on holiday as you can […]

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   Oct 10

Why Getting Your Head Down is Good for Your Health

Do you suffer from insomnia? If you do, you’ll know that wearying feeling as the clock strikes three and you feel as if you are the only creature on the planet still awake. Insomnia is a miserable, lonely affliction and it seems to be an increasing problem. Research suggests that it could be the increasing […]

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   Oct 03

Natural Ways To Relieve Anxiety

While it’s natural to feel some anxiety, sometimes it can take control of your body and mind, and prevent you from focusing. Anxiety can become debilitating over long periods of time—or if you’re prone to panic attacks, can mimic the feeling of  a heart attack. Heart racing, dizzy spells, and nausea all accompany bouts of […]

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