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Keeping your Kegel muscles in shape!

With everything else we have to do in our busy day, don’t forget to keep your kegel muscles in shape. Luckily INTIMINA by Lelo has created the Laselle Kegel Exerciser, offering an easy and effective way of strengthening the muscles … Continue reading

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Need some information on brand or generic drugs?

Drugs Archive is your source for valuable information on brand and generic drugs, providing easy-to-read,  in-depth, authoritative medical information for consumers via their user-friendly, interactive website. Check it out here.

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Canned goods and cancer

If it isn’t one thing it’s another!   Cut down on canned soups, etc. to avoid too much BPA in your diet! Learn more here.

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The dangers of Hepatitis C

Did you know Hepatitis C is a dangerous virus that can progress undetected for years?   More than two million people have been diagnosed with it, but an estimated two million do not know they have it, putting them at … Continue reading

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Why meditate?

The deceptively simple act of meditating prompts changes in your body, including in your autonomic nervous system, which regulates your heartbeat, digestion, breathing and sweating, among other functions. It’s also been shown to prompt beneficial changes in your brain, and … Continue reading

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Major insomnia problems in the U.S.

I’m a great sleeper, so I had no idea how bad we were as a nation when it comes to peaceful sleep!   Did you know women age 40-59 suffer most with insomnia in the U.S.?   Learn more here. Insomnia cost … Continue reading

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Are you tired and hungry all of the time?

Your body depends on food for energy, but if you’re not eating the right foods, you could easily be malnourished.  Typically, most people associate malnourishment with being very thin, but in the United States many of the foods that will … Continue reading

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The most important thing I have learned about midlife weight loss

After losing 30 pounds in the past few months, I am now amazed at how little I need to eat each day to feel full, comfortable and content. I see now that most of my previous food consumption was simply … Continue reading

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Polio is back!

Polio is on the move again, spreading from Pakistan into western China.

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Robotic legs for stroke patients!

Scientists in the Netherlands are using robotic legs to try to improve the movement of stroke patients. Learn more here.

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