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Curing Low Libido May Mean Changing Your Lifestyle and Routine

Although experiencing low libido can be hard on both you and your partner, it’s important to recognize how common this condition is for aging men and women to experience. If you find yourself asking the question, “why do I have a low libido?” it could be due to your habits and lifestyle—and the good news […]

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Food Allergy Awareness is Growing and so are Diagnosed Cases

More and more people are being diagnosed with food allergies than ever before. Diagnosed cases have increased in both children and adults, with more adult-onset allergies revealing heightened sensitivity in the overall population to certain foods. This means that being lactose intolerant or gluten-sensitive aren’t just passing fads—they’re serious conditions that more and more people […]

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Get Into the Swing of Retirement by Playing Golf

As we approach retirement, it is important to keep focusing on natural ways to maintain good physical and emotional health. Something that certainly ticks this box is golf. The average American retires at 63 and, with life expectancy in the United States between 76 and 81 for men and women respectively, golf offers many physical and psychological […]

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Scalp Types and Hair Care Regimens: Finding the Right Combo

If you’re rigorous in your skin care, you probably know what type of skin you have. There are several distinct types, including oily, dry and combination—each of which has its own traits that need to be considered for appropriate care. There are products galore out there, specifically engineered for each skin type. But, did you […]

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More than Skin Irritation, Psoriasis Can Have Arthritis Effects

Psoriasis is a common skin condition that affects more than 3 million people in the United States each year. It’s usually characterized by inflamed skin that has a scaly texture, which flakes off or scabs over. Like many dermatological conditions, it can’t be cured, but it can be effectively managed by those who have it. […]

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Gout Can be a Huge Pain in the… Toe?

When we tend to think of serious ailments, equally serious symptoms come to mind. Pneumonia, for example, is a severe respiratory condition that occurs when the lungs fill with fluid. We take these conditions very seriously because their implications are just as serious. But what about a condition like gout? Gout is most commonly associated […]

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Got a Summer Cold Coming on? Maybe It’s Time to Give Your Immune System a Boost!

A summer cold is arguably one of the most frustrating things to deal with. Instead of enjoying your time outside in the warm weather or near the pool, you’ll be sniffling, sneezing and coughing while curled up inside. If you feel the starting signs of a dreadful summer cold, or if you want to take […]

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Stop Itching and Scratching Your Scalp So Much!

Having an itchy scalp can be infuriating. The constant urge to scratch could last all day, getting worse as more and more oils accumulate at the base of your hair. Giving in and giving your hair a good scratch with your fingernails, a brush or a comb might have you sighing in relief, but not […]

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10 Drug-Free Methods for Combating Chronic Headaches

Headaches are a common problem in today’s world, often brought on by a lack of hydration, nutritional deficiencies and eye strain. It may be tempting to grab a bottle of painkillers as soon as you feel tensions beneath your scalp begin to rise, but overuse of painkillers can have negative side effects on your overall […]

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Holistic Post-Workout Recovery Tips

The human body is one of nature’s true marvels, with its ability to heal, grow and adapt. One of the most fascinating instances of this is the process of post-workout recovery. From the breakdown and synthesis of muscle proteins, to the flow of oxygen, to the bloodstream and brain, it’s a cycle that means not […]

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