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A warm vacation free from cold sores

Jennifer and her husband love to escape the cold New York winters and take a vacation in the Caribbean every year in January. They love the beach so much that they also take their kids on a beach holiday in the summer. But every year, Jennifer struggled with cold sores. “ I always get a […]

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Is Confusion About What’s Healthy Stopping You From Losing Weight?

Eating healthy and keeping your weight down shouldn’t be difficult but today, both feats seem more confusing and intimidating than ever before. With so much information about different food choices available, it’s impossible to know what kind of diet actually works best for your individual needs. Items that one source told you were healthy will […]

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A happy wedding and no cold sore

Bekki was really excited to plan for her upcoming wedding in Connecticut. She was ready, except that with the stress that comes with wedding planning, she got a cold sore, and could not get rid of it after two weeks. “With my wedding right around the corner, I was desperate to try anything,” she remembers. […]

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Conserving Electricity At Work Could Be Doing More Harm Than Good

The benefits of a good night’s sleep are vast to say the least, effecting both long-term health and the ability to power through a work day. If only it wasn’t so difficult to naturally fall asleep early enough to guarantee the recommended amount of rest. A new study appears to shed some light why so […]

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On the road again with no anxiety

Kris has been recovering from a severe traumatic brain injury for the past year and a half. Although Kris was not anxious by nature, the brain injury changed that. “I felt a high level of anxiety, a new life experience for me,” Kris says. “It was keeping me from healing because I had to do […]

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Gluten-Free Substitutes Are Actually Less Healthy Than Real Food

There’s a whole slew of trendy diets making waves across the country but by far the most popular is gluten-free. One in five Americans is currently on a gluten-free diet, which involves steering clear of anything made from wheat and rye. Gluten is a type of protein that is prevalent in items such as pasta, […]

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Coping with grief

MaryJean recently lost her husband after a long and exhausting illness. She was so emotionally and physically exhausted that she had extreme difficulty dealing with grief. “While grief is natural after a death of a loved one, I am not one to give in to such stress as much as I did. But the loss […]

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Radio Interview Reveals Secrets To The Magic Of Hair Essentials

The amount of reasons people lose their hair is far from limited: stress, thyroid problems, weight loss, disease. Each person has his or her own reason, which is why hair loss treatments that work for one person might do absolutely nothing for another. You can just imagine how many people have been waiting for a […]

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Science Says Living In A City Might Increase Risk Of Cancer

It’s only natural to assume that urban areas are not as healthy as rural areas. Residents of urban areas seem more likely to get sick due to the noticeable difference in air quality as well as the fast-paced, congested atmosphere produced by the most populous American cities. And now a new study appears to have […]

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This Might Be The Real Reason There’s So Much Salt In Our Food

The average American’s diet is loaded with salt, from deli meats to dips to hamburgers to soup. Just about any popular item at a restaurant will eat up a large percentage of your recommended daily salt intake, which is up to 2,300 milligrams, about 1,100 milligrams less than the amount consumed by the average American […]

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