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Adult Naps: When and How to Nap for Better Health

Published February 16, 2018

Everyone, no matter their age, has been tempted to take a good nap once and while. While some people don’t think of napping as something that adults do, the good […]

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 Increase Your Sexual Confidence

Published February 2, 2018

For most people, a healthy and fulfilling sex life is a major part of the glue that holds together a successful relationship—satisfying a partner as well as one’s own need […]

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How Fitbits and Other Wearable Technology May Hinder Weight Loss

Published January 17, 2018

Back in the day, dieters and fitness junkies had to manually log their activity levels, exercise, sleep, and weight down on a little notepad with actual pen and paper. Fast […]

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PMS: How to Promote Healthy Bowel Movements

Published January 5, 2018

PMS can manifest in a number of ways, such as cramps, abdominal pain, bloating, and breakouts. And if these don’t already cause enough distress, many women have to deal with […]

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How to Manage Temptation and Make Merry Without Adding Pounds

Published December 18, 2017

For the past year or two, have you entered the new year with a holiday gift you really didn’t want? Holiday weight gain becomes more of a problem in mid-life […]

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The Best Way to Treat Depression Depends on the Root Cause

Published December 8, 2017

When you think of treatment options for depression, what comes to mind? Are antidepressant medications the first thing you think of? It may seem as if depression treatment comes with […]

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Are You Adding Years to Your Life by Not Taking Care of Yourself?

Published November 27, 2017

How do you know that you’re aging too fast? Take stock of yourself the next time you find yourself near a mirror. Do you have fine lines or have they […]

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Ease Thyroid Issues Through Diet

Published November 16, 2017

Have you heard that much of your health and wellbeing is determined in your gut? This means that the foods you choose have an impact on your overall health—what you […]

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Stressors Change, Symptoms Remain: HPA Axis Suppression

Published October 31, 2017

The stressors of life have undoubtedly changed over the centuries and decades. They can sometimes change over the course of several weeks, days, or a split second in the case […]

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Gynecomastia: Causes and Treatments

Published October 24, 2017

If you’re one of those men who are self-conscious, even embarrassed, when it comes to taking your shirt off at the beach, you’re not alone. Approximately 30 percent of men […]

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February 16, 2018

Adult Naps: When and How to Nap for Better Health

Everyone, no matter their age, has been tempted to take a good nap once and while. While some people don’t think of napping as something that adults do, the good […]

Read More
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