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    Our immune system is something that often suffers when we don’t exercise, sleep or eat well, or support it by nourishing this fundamental process that keeps us alive. Without a solid immune function, we are more prone to illnesses, bugs, viruses, chronic conditions and diseases. Here are some natural remedies, herbs and immune building foods for you to consider! 

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     There are several people who experience a change of moods during the fall and winter months, particularly a feeling of depression and sadness. Typically when the weather gets warmer, these feelings will begin to lessen.

     

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  • Health

    As more people flock to the gym for their New Year’s resolutions, dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology are offering words of caution for gym members. While working out has many benefits, including weight control, disease prevention, and even mood improvement, germs can thrive at the gym. 

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  • Travel & Spa

    A cruise can be a fun, relaxing way to spend a vacation, but any vacation spent with the flu is no vacation at all. Since a large number of people can come into close contact with one another on cruise ships, respiratory viruses, including flu, have the potential to spread easily on cruises.

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  • Eat Well

    It's easy to eat your way to an alarmingly high cholesterol level. The reverse is true too — changing what you eat can lower your cholesterol and improve the armada of fats floating through your bloodstream.

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  • Family Health

    Stretching is an excellent thing you can do for your health. These simple, yet effective moves can help you limber up for sports, improve your 

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  • Health

    Cuts from a sharp knife or a piece of glass are very common. To treat a minor cut, Dr. Ferris recommends the following tips...

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  • Health

    It can happen fast. One minute the kids are all playing peacefully outside on a warm, spring day. The next minute a piercing scream reveals that a bee has stung one of them.  It’s a good idea to know what to do – and not do – to treat a bee sting.

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  • Mind

    While the statement “attitude is everything“ isn’t actually a reality, it’s not that far off base. Today, in this special for Wellness magazine, David Essel offers the five key tips from his new book “Focus!" ...

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  • Health

    Each time the American people think the nation’s opioid crisis can’t get any worse – it gets worse

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  • Health

    Antibiotic-resistant germs can spread like wildfire. More than 23,000 Americans die each year from infections caused by germs resistant to antibiotics.

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  • Health

    Did the latest challenge at work bring on a tightening in your stomach? Does constant worry about a loved one’s health make you physically ill yourself? Everyone at some point feels the effects of stress. Not everyone deals with stress in the best way, though.

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  • Health

    Increased oxidative stress is the source of all illness and leads to cardiovascular disease, arthritis, a variety of cancers, and much more. Here, I reveal the eight steps to help you stop oxidative stress in its tracks.

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  • HEALTH

    In Ayurvedic Medicine warm water with lemon has long been touted as a body cleanser.  When you drink it first thing in the morning on an empty stomach it immediately revs up your digestive system and cleanses your body.

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  • Health

    Golf is generally considered a low-risk injury sport. The statistics, however, reveal that injuries in golf are not as rare as commonly thought. Furthermore, the severity of an injury is often underestimated as well.

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  • Health

    Water is our essential source of hydration and our body is comprised of over 70% water. With that in mind, it’s vital to find your healthy source of regenerating your energy and ...

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  • Health

    Amid the influx of diet-minded smartphone apps that help users boost their nutritional health and weight-loss success, below are a few notables that can help folks realize pound-shedding success this New Year.

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  • Shape

    Your wellness does not only depend on your physical shape, it is also indicated by your mind’s condition. We’ll take care of your mind and make you not only look better, but also feel great. We have  attached  PDF version’s of our program for your convenience. Let ‘s start.        

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  •  No Pool, No Problem! | Wellness magazine

    The colder months are the easiest time of the year to fall off the fitness wagon. Here, fitness, nutrition, and weight loss expert Warren Honeycutt offers some tips to help you maintain healthy habits as the weather gets colder.

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  • Shape

    Pilates was inspired by children’s flexibility, strength and ease of movement to study the phases of child development in which infants develop muscle control and core stability. Joseph Pilates used this knowledge as a basis to design and sequence his exercise program in a manner that parallels a child’s motor development.

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