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Expert Ways To Strengthen Your Mind and Body During Winter
Do you look forward to or dread winter? No matter what your feelings are towards this season, it's important to enter winter with a positive and determined outlook. In this article, I'll discuss ways to maintain (or improve) your mood and strengthen your body all while the snow is falling down. Start with good body mechanics As we get older, snow...
10 Healthy Ways To Reduce Water Retention in the Body
You try to button your jeans, and you feel as if you swallowed a watermelon. But you’ve been eating well and exercising - what gives? You could be experiencing water retention. Water retention, or edema, stems from various causes. Many pose little reason for alarm, although some indicate a more severe health problem. What can you do to beat the...
5 Tips On Picking Out The Right Sunglasses For Your Face
Picking out sunglasses that you look and feel good in can be tough! The sun shines year-round, and if you haven’t updated your sunglasses in a while there are a few things to know before you begin the search.  In the video below, optical guru Daniel Brunson provides you with 5 tips on how to pick out the right sunglasses for your...
5 Types of Arthritis and How To Manage Each One
“It’s my arthritis. It makes me hurt all over!” Remember hearing your grandparents, or someone of that generation complains about arthritis aches? They may have said, “this is what happens when you get older,” or “getting old is not for sissies!” Most people are unaware that there are several different types of arthritis. Each type of arthritis has different symptoms and...
Top 4 Untraditional Treatments For Chronic Pain
When someone hears the term chronic pain, they often immediately think of pain medication. Prescription pain medications, also known as opiates, are one of the most controversial healthcare topics affecting society. Large amounts of opiates are prescribed each year, leaving society with little to no answers regarding how to avoid addiction. Now more than ever, individuals need effective treatments...
How To Avoid Not Having Enough Money For Healthcare in Retirement
Retirement is an exciting time. The last thing you want is to start off on the wrong foot. Avoiding one of the biggest retirement mistakes could help you transition smoothly into retirement.  The mistake we are referring to is not having enough money saved up specifically for healthcare in retirement. Although many finance experts say you don’t need a million...
8 Tips To Protect Your Teen From the Dangers of Online Dating 1
Thanks to apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge, online dating is becoming increasingly popular. Gone are the days when you could easily track a teenager’s dating habits simply by opening your front door and checking who came to pick them up for a date. Teens have now switched to online channels as a means of finding relationships (or even...
10 Basic First Aid Practices That Can Save Lives
Basic first aid is something everyone should know at least a little bit about. Whether you’re becoming a nurse, or just want to know enough to be helpful until professional help arrives, having an idea of how to handle emergency situations is extremely helpful. It can even help save a life if you know what you’re doing. This doesn’t...
5 Key Stretches to Avoid Weightlifting Injuries
Talk to anyone who regularly hits the gym, and they’ll tell you that suffering from an injury is the absolute worst thing that could happen. Injuries are painful, sure. But what makes it worse is that the recovery process can stretch on for weeks, if not longer. And when you’re finally back in the gym, it’ll take you some...
Why Do I Have Cavities Every Time I Go To The Dentist
Visiting the dentist can be scary! Even worse, if you are someone who seems to have cavities found on every visit, it can be understandably frustrating to go in for your biannual dental cleaning. This is especially true if you have been diligent with your oral hygiene routine. Depending on several factors other than your oral hygiene, there may be...