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Sports Medicine News: How Chiropractic Care Can Help Runners

The running gear you choose (shoes, caps, tanks, socks, sunglasses, etc.) are meant for comfort and power – why not choose to comfort your body with regular visits to the chiropractor, too?

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Health News: Beyond Sound - The Link Between Hearing Loss and Cognitive Health

(BPT) - Difficulty hearing may be more than just a quality-of-life issue. Growing evidence indicates that untreated hearing loss in older adults can lead to other health conditions, and one of the most concerning is cognitive decline.

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Flame From The Torch

The safest way to kill crabgrass is to shade it, either by cutting the grass high, or by covering it with tarred paper, canvas, old rugs, and such. This also browns out the good lawn grasses, but they will soon recover, while the crabgrass, being an annual, can only come back from seed. Dr. Kephart suggests the use of a blowtorch on crabgrass in small lawns in early May.

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Researchers Reverse Age Process in Mice

This article explores research that has reversed aging process in mice.

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Scientific Names for Irrational Fears

This article is about intense and irrational fears and their names.

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The Most Strange Human Facts

Here some weird facts about the human body you probably never knew.

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Neuroscience: From Love to Hate is Only One Step

Love and hate share brain structures. The situation, which tips the scales at either side.

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Truth and Consequences of Walking Barefoot

The Society for Barefoot Living believes that it’s both natural and healthy for us to walk around barefoot. However, there are plenty of people who disagree, stating that traveling without shoes causes strain on the arches of your feet, as well as the fact that you’re more susceptible to injury. What are the real facts and consequences behind adapting a barefoot lifestyle?

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Ulcer Discovery That Turns Your Stomach Green

Research says method of finding stomach problem is safer?

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Three Ways Evolution Made Humans Worse (And How to Improve Them)

So many centuries ago, humans evolved from primates into the beings they are today. Evolution has certainly suited us well. It’s opened us to the world of technology, critical thinking, and artistic creativity. While evolution has certainly made for some amazing developments that put us above the average animal, it hasn’t been without its flaws. Let’s take a look at some ways that evolution made things worse.

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