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Chronic back and headache pain are among the most prevalent disorders worldwide. Even worse, experiencing one may raise your likelihood of experiencing both. But here's the good news: There's a single solution.
Get Ready to Weatherproof Your Body This Winter
5 Smart Substitutions When You're Eating Out
How to Reduce Your Type 2 Diabetes Risk Naturally
Growing Up With Antibiotics = Growing Up With Asthma?
Counting steps is a popular way to ensure you're staying physically active every day (and burning calories in the process); but participating in competitions designed to increase movement is an even better way.
In our last newsletter, we shared research suggesting a specific class of antibiotics impacts how blood flows to and from the heart. Now comes another study suggesting antibiotics increase other health risks.
The research supporting the health and wellness benefits of both tea and coffee continues to amaze. How about brain health? Yes, both popular beverages may protect your brain against decline and disease with age.
C-sections come with their own inherent risks; after all, it's a surgical procedure. C-sections also may create complications that impact the baby after birth. Here's one.
Exposing kids to The Great Outdoors as much as possible goes beyond physical fitness, stress release and an escape from technology. It may also be good for their eyesight.