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How Diabetics Can Get a Better Grip of Their Weight

by Chelsea Goddard Diabetes can sometimes seem like a vicious circle. Being overweight can increase the chances of suffering from type 2 diabetes, and if one …

Strawberry Patches – 5 Ways of Describing a Rash

By Jennifer S. I. Origin Stories Growing up, I was informed I was allergic to strawberries. Despite our incongruent relationship, the fruits were a regular …

Long Naps Linked to Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome, Says New Study

Long naps during the day, also called siestas, are likely associated with obesity and high blood pressure, a new study has suggested. The study, authored …

Restful Sleep for Healthy Legs

by Alan E. Smith In my late 20s I began to have pain in my legs as if I’d run a marathon every day. It got so bad that I couldn’t walk across our local …

Blood Pressure Medication Quinapril Recalled Over Cancer Risk

Certain lots of the blood pressure medication Quinapril have been recalled over risk of potential cancer-causing impurities and if you have this medication, …

4 Tips on Managing Diabetes at Home

by Natalia Watts According to statistics by the American Diabetes Association, over 37.3 million Americans have diabetes. While most diabetics are seniors, …

Me and My Migraines

by Lev Raphael My first migraine hit when my mother died twenty years ago at the end of many years of dementia and silence. As children of chronically ill …

Easy Ways to Tend to Health at Home

by Bekka Laurent What does that really mean? I hear it all the time, “Healthy is too complicated and expensive”. Well I’m here today to hopefully …

Carpal Tunnel Surgery – I Finally Did It

by Trish Hubschman I put It off for five years. Now it was time. The stiffness in my fingers and pain were unbearable. When the orthopedist asked if I’d …

5 Tips to Live a Balanced Healthy Life

by Neer Tiwari This is the wish of every individual that he/she wants to live a healthy and amazing life. Some people want to gain weight and lose weight, some …

Is Sitting A Real Pain? Three Ways to Conquer Sciatica

by Janae Arnold The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in the human body, providing communication to the muscles in your legs and feet. If the nerve becomes …

Is There a Link Between Migraine and the Unhealthy Gut

by Johnny Bonds We know that Migraine affects digestion that’s why people experience vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, constipation. These also happen to be signs …

5 Ways to Manage Inflammation Naturally

by Jeff Richards If you experience chronic inflammation due to something like arthritis, or you’re experiencing acute inflammation due to injury, there are …

Why Physiotherapy Should be Included in Your Self-Care Routine

by Jeff Richards Self-care is one of those trendy words nowadays, but self-care isn’t all expensive bath products or taking yourself on lavish trips. It can …

Eye Floaters: What They Are & How to Manage Them

by Jeff Richards Have you ever looked up at the sky and noticed a squiggly line float in and out of your vision? Or perhaps you’re doing schoolwork and see …

Heal Your Body Correctly After Surgery

by Sara Stringer The Hardest Part Is Done You are such an amazing organism. Your body has survived heart surgery while being cut by knives, lasers, and more. …

Using Physiotherapy to Aid Older People

by Daniel Lummis Everyone ages. It is a fact of life. As we age, our bodies go through a lot of physical changes. These include bone density and reduced muscle …

How to Identify the Signs of Tramadol Abuse

by Yadz Chu Tramadol, popularly sold under the brand “Ultram” in the US, is one of many opioid pain management drugs available to treat moderate or severe …

What Makes A Good Dentist?

Guest Blog Dental visits are considered to be among the most dreadful experiences that people are obliged to go through. As much as you avoid scheduling an …

Quit Smoking Aids – What You need to Know!

Guest Blog At present, if you are preparing to stop smoking which is just a part of the fight then start your way to live without smoking. It can boost your …

The Association of Varicose Veins to Deep Vein Thrombosis

by Sara Stringer As women and men age, it is common for them to develop varicose veins in their lifetime. The Women’s Health Institute reports that over 40 …

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