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Stress Can Trigger Weight Gain

Stress Can Trigger Weight Gain

We know that stress can contribute to all sorts of health problems, such as immune dysfunction and heart disease, and now you can add weight gain to the list. Cortisol produced by your body during stressful events can affect your appetite, and…

Improving Your Joint Health Naturally

Improving Your Joint Health Naturally

If you struggle with joint pain or stiffness, you certainly are not alone. According to the CDC, more than 50 million adults in the United States have been diagnosed with a joint-related problem such as arthritis. Over the next 20 years, that…

Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart

Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart

“Drink water! Drink more water!” You’ve heard this advice a few hundred times before, right? But you probably think of hydration in terms of preventing heat stroke, controlling your appetite, or promoting clear skin. All of these things are true, but did…

5 Ways to Combat the Time Change

5 Ways to Combat the Time Change

Most of the country will “fall back” this week, as we adjust out clocks back an hour in the early morning of November 3rd. While some enjoy the shift, many of us struggle to regulate our body clocks after the change. Since…

8 Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Radiation Exposure

8 Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Radiation Exposure

“Radiation exposure” sounds like something that only happens in sci-fi movies or medical dramas, doesn’t it? And yet, we are all exposed to various forms of radiation every day. Radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic frequency (EMF) and extremely low frequency (ELF) radiation are…

How to Stay Hydrated During Exercise

How to Stay Hydrated During Exercise

In our blogs, we talk a lot about the importance of staying hydrated on a daily basis. But what about during exercise? Since working out places increased strain on your body, adequate hydration is even more important than ever. If you become…

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Scientists Are Worried About Harm from 5G
Scientists Are Worried About Harm from 5G

As telecommunications companies roll out 5G coverage in new markets, most consumers view this new technology as simply an upgrade to their existing service. Other than “faster videos” or “video calls”, most of us probably don’t give much thought to how 5G…

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Does WiFi Pose a Threat to Your Health?
Does WiFi Pose a Threat to Your Health?

Unless you’re living in the Stone Age, chances are pretty good that you have a WiFi connection in your home. You probably also work somewhere that has a WiFi network, and you visit restaurants, stores, hotels, and other locations with open public…

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The Surprising Thing That Can Benefit Your Health
The Surprising Thing That Can Benefit Your Health

We’re all bombarded, on a daily basis, with messages about improving our health. Eat your veggies! Drink more water! Avoid soft drinks and sugar! Exercise daily! Try this supplement, try oil pulling, check out what activated charcoal can do… On and on…

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The Secret to Feeling and Looking More Youthful
The Secret to Feeling and Looking More Youthful

For thousands of years, explorers have searched for the fabled “fountain of youth”. Writers have included the myth in their stories and novels, and spoken tales handed down through the generations promise the undiscovered miracle of eternal life. Some even claim to…

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Can Glucosamine Really Help with Joint Discomfort?
Can Glucosamine Really Help with Joint Discomfort?

Have you heard of the bone broth craze? Many people swear by the beneficial properties of bone broth, claiming that the soup has helped to alleviate a variety of different disorders. That’s likely because bone broth is high in glucosamine, a chemical…

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9 Ways to Protect Yourself from Cell Phone Radiation
9 Ways to Protect Yourself from Cell Phone Radiation

In the course of our lifetimes, we’ve transitioned from a world in which clunky “car phones” were the coolest, most futuristic invention, that only a few lucky people owned… to a world in which pretty much everyone carries a cell phone at…

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Smart Meters: Safe or Not?
Smart Meters: Safe or Not?

More and more electric companies are installing smart meters on homes these days. Chances are, your utility company has either made the switch, or will be installing them soon. If you perform even a brief Google search on smart meters, you will…

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8 Ways to Slim Down Before Summer
8 Ways to Slim Down Before Summer

You know summer season is coming, and you want to look your best. So, naturally, you know that you need to cut back on calories and exercise more. But “cutting back on calories” is a fairly vague goal, and without a specific…

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