Gym Alternatives for that Worst Time of Year

That time of year is here again: the time when everybody all at once decides to migrate their sweaty, coughy, runny-nosey bodies to the gym. The convergence of flu season and New Year’s Resolutions is always a good time. This year’s flu seems

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Sitting Is Forgetting, New Report Claims

We’ve been worried for a long time that all this sitting is making us fatter. But now researchers have added a new twist to our fears: too much chair time is actually making our brains thinner. In a new study, researchers have found that the bra

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Exercise Keeps You Young

We’ve been over this before: one of the best things you can do for your health is to exercise regularly. No matter your age, exercise keeps you more vibrant and less prone to illness. Exercise makes you happier, stronger, more energetic, mentally s

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What’s the Buzz on CBD Oil and Massage?

There’s plenty of talk lately about the benefits of CBD (formally known as cannabidiol) as a wonder drug with a myriad of applications. After gaining prominence for its effectiveness at combatting epileptic seizures among children, CBD has been pro

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Five Healthy Habits Can Add Years to Your Life

First the good news: Scientists have identified five healthy habits that, taken together, could add a dozen or more years to your life. And now the bad news: These are the same old habits we’ve all heard about a thousand times, so there are no fanc

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Causes and Treatment of Osteoporosis

Life just wouldn’t be the same without our bones. For one thing, we’d all be lying around like jellyfish on a beach. We’re just no good without that internal support system that keeps our muscles and internal organs anchored in place. With that

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What Are The Alternatives to Opioids for Pain Relief?

Opioid addiction has been prominent in the news in recent years for reasons political, economic, and, for far too many Americans, personal. With “pain” recorded as the most common reason we access the health care system—affecting more of us

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Take Action Now to Reduce the Risk of Dementia Later

Concerns about dementia are on the rise as our population ages. How do we prevent it? How do we cure it? How do we accommodate people who have it? We will likely be seeking answers to these questions for many years to come, and judging by a recent

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