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Your Lifestyle May be Making Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Worse

Everyone knows how it feels to be completely worn down. After getting sick, dealing with a stressful and busy holiday season or having a few nights of terrible sleep, our bodies might be in pain and we might struggle to finish our day-to-day tasks. However, the exhaustion typically only lasts for a day or two […]

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Blue Light and Eye Health: How to Prevent Vision Strain and the Headaches that Come With It

For most of us, not a day goes by without logging onto a computer, checking our phones or watching a show on TV. All of this device usage exposes us to copious amounts of blue light, a form of visible light with short wavelengths. While blue light is necessary for good health, if you’re someone […]

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5 Cold Sore Triggers and How to Fight Back Against Them

If you’ve ever had a cold sore, you know how frustrating they can be to manage. The burning, itching sensation makes eating, drinking and talking painful, and the unsightly blister can be embarrassing. Even worse, once you have one cold sore, you’re likely to get more. Cold sores affect nearly two-thirds of all adults and […]

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Fitness and Family Life: Making the Two Work Together

Having a young family means doing a lot of juggling on a daily basis. In the same way that family life can make it hard to manage a nutritious diet every day, finding time to exercise regularly can feel like a real challenge. However, with children’s screen time averaging over two hours a day, the need to encourage the […]

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Avoid Irritating Hair Tangles with Better Brushing and Healthier Habits

Long hair can be extremely difficult to manage—it takes more time to wash, dry and style than a shorter cut. However, this extra effort is usually worth it once you achieve those beautiful, flowing locks. One major hair care disaster stands in your way, though: tangles. Tangles can be a nightmare to deal with, and […]

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Chronic UTIs Need Special Attention and a Proactive Approach to Prevention

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are one of the most common bacterial infections plaguing individuals throughout their lives. They can cause mild discomfort to severe pain and side effects for days at a time. While most UTIs clear up on their own or with treatment, some UTIs are persistent and will return again and again, or […]

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Waking Up Tired? Understanding the Fundamentals of Sleep

Very few things feel better than crawling into bed after a long day and resting your head on a soft pillow. Unfortunately, many people in today’s world have trouble falling and staying asleep. Or, you might get a full night’s rest, only to wake up feeling just as tired as you did when you went […]

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Chlorine and Other Chemicals: Handling Hair Care After the Pool

Summertime is full of fun activities, like hiking, gardening and lounging at the beach, but one of the most popular things to do when the weather is warm is to swim. It can be great to take a dive in the pool in your backyard or at the neighborhood swimming hole to cool off. Unfortunately, […]

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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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