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Depression May Be a SYMPTOM Of Inflammation

Depression May Be a SYMPTOM Of Inflammation

Your body’s inflammatory response is a natural and beneficial process designed to protect you from infection and injury. Swelling from increased fluids protects injured areas from further harm while the body goes into overdrive to fend off bacteria, viruses, and even parasites. –

The problem is that many things can trigger…  read more »

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13 Little-Known Reasons to HATE Processed Foods

13 Little-Known Reasons to HATE Processed Foods

In 2012, the term “pink slime” became a household word. It refers to what the processed meat industry calls “lean finely textured beef” (LFTB), but what is really beef scraps and connective tissue treated with ammonia then added to ground beef.

After it was widely publicized, many food companies removed it…  read more »

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9 Odd but Common Things that HURT Your Workout

9 Odd but Common Things that HURT Your Workout

Everyone has “on” days and “off” days, but if you’re “off” at the gym you’ll likely be wasting both your time and energy.

Finding the time to work out is one of the biggest hurdles people face in fitting in exercise, after all, so when you make the time to do…  read more »

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The Best and Worst Climates for Pain

The Best and Worst Climates for Pain

The next time you check the weather, you should also check out The Weather Channel’s aches & pains forecast. Yes, there really is such a thing, and you can either search by your zip code or check out the National Aches & Pains map.

Depending on factors such as chance of…  read more »

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These “Bugs” Help Lower Blood Pressure, Study Finds …

These “Bugs” Help Lower Blood Pressure, Study Finds …

Beneficial bacteria known as probiotics are most often discussed in relation to your digestive health, but they do so much more than enhance digestion.

Your body has about 10 times more bacteria than cells, and those bacteria are part of your “microbiome.”

Your microbiome is composed of trillions of microbes, which include…  read more »

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Skydiving Into Pain (And How I Got Better Fast)

Skydiving Into Pain (And How I Got Better Fast)

For my birthday this year, I received an unusual gift from my wife: a skydiving excursion.

She was going to sit and watch me jump, but as luck would have it she was invited to join us as there was one seat still open on the plane.

She said, “no, no, no”…  read more »

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Fight Endometriosis Naturally With Systemic Enzyme Therapy

Fight Endometriosis Naturally With Systemic Enzyme Therapy

Endometriosis occurs when the tissue lining your uterus (the endometrium) grows in other areas of your body, such as your ovaries, bowel or tissue lining your pelvis.

The endometrial tissue thickens, breaks down and bleeds with a woman’s menstrual cycle, and this occurs whether it is in your uterus or outside…  read more »

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The 7 Best “Good Mood” Foods

The 7 Best “Good Mood” Foods

You’re cranky, you’re tired and you just want to get into bed and pull the covers over your head.

But it’s only 3 p.m.

Your first instinct might be to order a triple-shot espresso, grab a candy bar or maybe scoop yourself a big bowl of ice cream, but any of these…  read more »

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Enzyme Therapy for Ovarian Cysts? What Your Doctor Didn’t Tell You

Enzyme Therapy for Ovarian Cysts? What Your Doctor Didn’t Tell You

It’s estimated that up to 80 percent of women will have an ovarian cyst at some point during their lives. These small, fluid-filled sacs are most often formed during the menstrual cycle (known as “functional cysts”).

In many cases these cysts may go away on their own in a matter of…  read more »

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Placebo is BETTER for Pain Than Tylenol!

Placebo is BETTER for Pain Than Tylenol!

Acetaminophen (or paracetamol as its known in most countries outside of the U.S.) is the most commonly used pain reliever in the United States.

Better known by its brand name, Tylenol, it is recommended as the first-line pain reliever for low-back pain, and you probably don’t think twice about taking a…  read more »

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