2016

Sticking Your Neck Out: 3 Stretches to Combat a Stiff Neck

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Your neck is one of the smaller parts of your body, comparatively speaking, but having a sore or stiff neck can make this tiny section of your body feel like a giant pain. But if you don’t have the time or money (or even inclination) to go get your neck professionally worked on, you might despair at the idea of having an aching neck forever. Things don’t have to be that way, however.…

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5 Tips For Keeping Your Skin Clear

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Acne affects people of all ages and can really put a damper on your day. Getting a zit or two is especially frustrating when you have an important event coming up, like a wedding or job interview. However, if you make some lifestyle changes and start taking care of your skin better, you can keep pimples at bay. Here are five helpful tips for keeping your skin clear: Do not Forget to Take Your Makeup Off…

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Two Questions About The Dangers Of An Elderly Parent Living Alone

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Many seniors believe that moving into an assisted living or nursing facility is losing their independence. However, living home alone might not be in their best interests. If you are struggling with whether or not your elderly parent should stay at home, here is what you need to know.  What Are the Dangers of Living Alone? As your parent ages, living at home alone could mean more than retaining his or her independence.…

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4 Tips For A Successful Emergency Room Visit

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Hopefully, you will never find yourself needing urgent care and having to go to the emergency room. However, if the situation ever does arise, you will want to know how to make the trip successful. Here are four tips for doing this: Bring Your Health Information: Always be sure that you have your health insurance card on you. Otherwise, this can result in problems when it comes to paying for the treatment that you receive at the emergency room.…

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Physical Therapy For Parkinson's Disease Helps Improve Mobility And Physical Function

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If you have Parkinson’s disease – the second most common neurodegenerative disorder – regular exercise can help improve your posture, balance, and gait – aspects of mobility the disease affects. Exercise also helps reduce the rigidity and stiffness associated with this degenerative disorder. A physical therapist can develop an exercise program for you that will be good for your heart, support good posture, and encourage trunk rotation and normal, rhythmic movements.…

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Subtle Indicators That Your Child Could Have Head Lice

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The simplest way to typically tell that your child has developed a case of head lice is to note if he or she is constantly scratching his or her head or complaining of severe head itching. However, there could be times that you don’t catch these clues. If your child isn’t much of a vocal complainer, for example, he or she might not alert you to the itchiness. Additionally, if you’re working long hours and aren’t seeing your child much during a particular period, you might not notice the head scratching.…

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Important Reasons For You To Consider Visiting A Compounding Pharmacy

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For most people, getting their prescription is as simple as visiting their local drug store. For people that cannot get their medications from a traditional pharmacy, a compounding pharmacy is the best place for getting them. If you have special needs when it comes to your medications, learning more about the benefits of a compounding pharmacy is a good idea. When Pharmaceutical Companies Stop Manufacturing Your Medicine Some pharmaceutical companies will not continue the manufacturing a particular drug if it is not selling well, despite the fact that it may important to a some people.…

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Helpful Information About Depression & Getting Treated

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Have you lost a lot of your friends because you are always in a bad mood? You might want to visit as psychiatrist in case you are suffering from a depressive disorder. A psychiatrist will be able to get to the root of the problem and come up with a good treatment plan to help you feel better. The article below will give you more insight about depression and getting treated to overcome the symptoms.…

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Diet And Exercise Not Budging The Scale? What Are Your Long-Term Options?

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In today’s society, being overweight is more common than not – and with widespread efforts to reduce the shame and stigma associated with excess weight, it is now easier for many to find body acceptance than ever before. However, if carrying more than a few pounds of extra weight is beginning to slow you down (whether through aching, painful joints, or medical conditions like diabetes or high blood pressure), you may be looking for a long-term way to shed these pounds for good.…

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Tips To Make Your Gynecologist Visit More Pleasant

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Going to the gynecologist is never a fun experience, but it’s necessary to maintain good health. If you’re getting ready to schedule your next visit, there are a few things you can do to be more proactive and to take the stress out of the occasion. Read on for some helpful ways to make your next visit a bit more pleasant. Plan Ahead Waiting in the doctor’s office is never fun, and this goes for the gynecologist as well.…

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