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Foods That Fight Inflammation

August 7th, 2017
Overall Health

One of the best ways to alleviate inflammation isn’t in your medicine cabinet, but in your refrigerator. According to an article published in, “Harvard Health”, the cause of inflammation is when your body attacks anything that it recognizes as foreign – an invading microbe, plant pollen, or chemical. Many major diseases that plague us, including cancer, read more…

Using Acupuncture to Prevent Tension-type Headaches

June 7th, 2017

A research study published by the Cochrane Library in 2016 concluded a course of six acupuncture treatments can be a viable option in the treatment of tension-type headaches. According to the study,participants treated with acupuncture and pain-killers reported their headache frequency was less. This study was actually a compilation of several acupuncture trials. A total read more…

5 Secrets For Steady Workouts

May 21st, 2017
Overall Health

A recent article in the New York Times by Rachel Bachman shows that people who maintain workouts on a regular basis share some common approaches to fitness. Adopting some of these approaches can help you to work out more regularly.   Whether you make a New Year’s resolution or simply try to “get to the gym”, read more…

Take Your Workout Outdoors This Spring

April 7th, 2017

When trees start to bloom and the days are longer, it’s time to start exercising outdoors.  Here are a few reasons why we should take advantage of the outdoors and move our workouts outside. Being outdoors is proven to lower your blood pressure. Spending time outside is also good for your health and heart.  A read more…

Are These Common Food Habits Linked To Early Deaths?

March 24th, 2017
Overall Health

Did you know that what you’re eating may cause early onset of illness or even death? More appropriately, what you’re not eating could have a significant impact on your health and well-being. More than 45% of all deaths caused by heart disease, stroke and type two diabetes are associated with eating either too much or read more…