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Gas Prices Soaring to All-Time High

Gas Prices Soaring to All-Time High

Steadily rising gas prices have become a cold, hard reality for the American people. But according to one highly-placed with close connections to the gas and oil industries, things may be about to get much worse. In a recent television ...

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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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Sprouts: A Genuine Super Food

Sprouts: A Genuine Super Food

Sprouts are tasty, nutritious, and versatile, from their familiar use in salads to baking sprouted-grain breads to making excellent quick snacks by the handful. Their virtues were discovered by the Chinese millennia ago and modern research continues to uncover their ...

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Sprouts: The Ultimate Kitchen Garden

Sprouts: The Ultimate Kitchen Garden

There’s a wealth of plants that can be usefully sprouted besides the usual suspects of alfalfa and mung beans. Among others, you can sprout almond, buckwheat, cabbage, chickpeas, clover, fenugreek, flax, millet, oat groats, quinoa, radish, sesame, sunflower, wheat and ...

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The Low Down on Dirt

The Low Down on Dirt

Volumes have been written about soil classification and competing systems have been devised for different purposes. The prevailing system in the U.S. includes some 13,000 “series”—roughly comparable to species in biology—grouped into 11 soil orders. You may not need to ...

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