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Medical News: Change Up Your Routine, Change Your Life

It’s never too late to reinvent yourself. Here are some self-improvement tips to help you become a happier, healthier person.

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Study: Apply High Protein Diet, Diabetics Can Control Blood Sugar

Diabetics or people with diabetes who are obese are also often difficult to lose weight.

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Do You Know About These Surprising Benefits of Exercise?

Three Surprising Reasons You Should Be Working Out Regularly.

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Healthy Living: Herbs – Terminology and Use Explained

An introduction into consciously using herbs for health and well being. This first article start by explaining some common terminology and uses.

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How to Stay Fit While You Work

Do you work for long hours in office amidst challenging and stressful situations? Come end of the day and you feel exhausted and burned out for any exercise or workout. To manage all other things in life, often health takes a back seat. Before even you realize, you increase the risk of many serious diseases like hypertension, obesity, high cholesterol, diabetes etc due to this sedentary lifestyle.

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Qualities to Look for in Your Life Healing Center

Choosing a life-healing center that will address and treat your uniquely individual needs is an important decision that requires the utmost care, reflective thought, patience and considerable time.

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Mesothelioma: Protecting Health and Quality of Life

This article outlines some ways that people with Mesothelioma can reduce stress and improve health while dealing with the illness.

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Home Remedies for Diarrhea

Diarrhea is a common medical condition. Here are some effective home remedies for diarrhea.

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20 Tips to Happiness and Long Life

A review of over 150 studies in animals and humans has found compelling evidence linking happiness to a longer, healthier life. Strong links have been found between stress and ill health, as well as weaker immune systems and higher blood pressure.

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Top Ten Exercise Myths

The surgeon general says that 200,000 lives could be saved every year if Americans got off the couch and worked out a bit. Yet most Americans are either inactive or only slightly active. Misperception may prevent many couch potatoes from whipping themselves into shape. People are still asking questions such as: Should I exercise often? (At least 30 minutes almost every day.) Must I work out a half an hour straight? (No, shorter sessions are acceptable.) Is going to the gym necessary? (No, from dancing to walking, to yard work you are burning calories.) Still, in a society where videos, friends, infomercials, and magazines can give contradictory advice, confusion comes about.

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