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Insomnia: Part One

Insomnia: Part One

Let the end of thy first sleep raise thee from thy repose: then hath the body the best temper; then hath thy soul the least encumbrance — Francis Quarles Nothing refreshes like a good night’s sleep. And there’s little as ...

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Brain Freeze

Brain Freeze

Imagine you suddenly find yourself stranded in sub-zero temperatures. You have a limited amount of fuel to produce a small amount of heat, but you have no idea how much longer you will be stuck. You cannot leave your location ...

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It’s Getting Hot in Here

It’s Getting Hot in Here

There are sports – and then there are extreme sports. One sport little known in the United States are sauna competitions. For a country that is usually quite cold, seeing how long you can sit in an extremely hot and ...

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Treating Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS)

Treating Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS)

According to WebMD, more than 12 million Americans suffer from Fibromyalgia. It is described as the most commonly diagnosed arthritis-related illness following osteoarthritis. It is considered to be a rheumatic condition, which means it’s related to conditions such as Rheumatoid ...

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Why Worry About High Blood Pressure?

Why Worry About High Blood Pressure?

Well, first of all, no one is recommending that you worry. True (at least in part) to the popular stereotype, stress can raise your blood pressure. Why is this a bad thing? Blood Pressure is Inherently Volatile Exercise—for that matter, ...

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Walking – A Weapon Against Alzheimer’s?

Walking – A Weapon Against Alzheimer’s?

One of the most promising bits of research in the often grim field of senile dementia studies proposes a simple activity that may slow the progress of both Alzheimer’s disease and the “mild cognitive impairment” that develops into Alzheimer’s among ...

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Save Your Waistline and Your Wallet

Save Your Waistline and Your Wallet

One evening while visiting my husband’s grandmother, I overheard a conversation between two older women discussing their memories of life. They were at least in their 80s, probably older, and provided a glimpse of a bygone life. One woman shared ...

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Coconut Oil – Timeless Miracle Food

In a world that grows increasingly wary of antibiotics, fluoridated toothpastes, chlorinated water, anti-bacterial ointments, pharmaceuticals in general, and even commercial moisturizers, sunscreens, and deodorants, where does one turn for alternatives? Incredibly, coconut oil. Though its reputation has suffered in ...

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Are Overseas Pharmacies an Option?

Are Overseas Pharmacies an Option?

When we hear the term “overseas pharmacy” or “online pharmacy”, we tend to think of a website that is located in either Canada or Mexico. Whether we have frequented these sites ourselves or not, we know someone who has. Regardless ...

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