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Feb 17

How CoQ10 Improves Heart Health

Debates over supplementation with enzymes and antioxidants get frequent press as nutritionists and scientists work to discover the complexities of our bodies on a cellular level. Recent studies have shown that there are specific benefits to some of these substances, especially Coenzyme Q10 supplementation. The many benefits of this dietary supplement include increased heart health, …

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Jan 30

The Acai Berry Shows Potential

Over the past five years, the acai berry has gained widespread popularity, being advertised as a “wonder fruit” that can cure virtually every illness known to man. While scientists agree that the acai berry has an amazing nutritional profile, there is little clinical evidence to support these claims. A small, purple fruit that grows on …

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Jan 20

Steps To Prevent High Blood Pressure

Blood pressure measurements show how hard a person’s blood is pressing on the walls of their arteries. High blood pressure causes the heart and arteries to work too hard. This can lead to a heart attack, stroke, or kidney disease. Therefore, it’s important to take steps to prevent high blood pressure. First, follow a healthy …

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Jan 15

Good Exercises For Relieving Neck Pain

More often than not, the pain that you may experience in your neck is the result of stresses on the area that are caused by poor posture. Whether that pain is centralized in your neck, is spreading to your shoulders, or even if it extends down into your arms and fingers, it originates from damaged …

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Jan 15

Methods For Recovering From Lower Back Pain

At the best of times, back pain is uncomfortable. At worst it is debilitating, and makes even simple movement either excruciating or just impossible. This pain occurs more often than not in the lower back, and is caused by a number of factors that are prevalent in our culture. These include poor postural habits, both …

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Jan 08

Natural Remedies For Sinusitis

Sinusitis is a common illness in the United States. The symptoms of sinusitis include congestion in the head and nasal passages, a runny nose, severe headaches, irritability, fatigue, bad breath and pain on bending forward. Doctors generally prescribe antibiotics or over the counter treatments for sinusitis. However, antibiotics cannot always treat sinusitis effectively. Furthermore, the …

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Jan 06

Best Treatments For Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and affects millions of people in the United States. Osteoarthritis can interfere with a person’s ability to perform routine daily tasks and activities. People who have osteoarthritis experience limited movement and joint pain because the cartilage in their joints begins to break down and eventually wears away. …

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Jan 02

Can Acupuncture Treat Infertility?

Acupuncture plays an important role in traditional Chinese medicine, and it is a widely recognized part of Western medicine as well. It has been shown to help reduce the symptoms of depression, ease the pain of arthritis, reduce the incidence of migraine, and now it is becoming more common in the treatment of infertility. For …

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Dec 09

The Health Benefits Of Coconut Oil

These days, it seems that everyone is concerned about health and longevity. Cancer, heart disease, and diabetes are at epidemic levels, and Americans are starting to take note. Many people are trying to take charge of their health by making diet and lifestyle changes. Scores of Americans are switching to whole food diets, and organic …

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Dec 05

Green Tea…The Healthy Choice

Did you know that, in some countries, doctors prescribe green tea for common ailments such as the cold and flu? Green tea has been a part of Asian culture that dates back at least 5000 years. In Chinese, Japanese and other eastern culture, it is a part of everyday life. In Korea, green tea is …

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