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Archive Monthly Archives: October 2016


Can Ginger Help Prevent Cancer?

The root of the ginger plant has been used for many thousands of years, as both a cooking ingredient and herbal remedy. The herb originates from Southeast Asia, where it is used for culinary and medicinal purposes. Eating ginger is often promoted as a way to reduce nausea, motion sickness, indigestion, inflammation and a loss […]

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How Does Using a Treadmill Help Your Body?

The treadmill isn’t just an exercise machine. It’s a health and fitness diagnostic tool that can answer a number of questions about how your body works. A treadmill can help you reach your exercise and fitness goals by shedding weight and sculpting the muscles of your body. Rehabilitation trainers use treadmills to get people back […]

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5 Natural Ways to Treat Anxiety

Anxiety is more than just worrying too much or feeling constant fear; physical symptoms such as chest tightness, numbness, dizziness, neck tension, upset stomach, nausea, inability to sleep, and a feeling of “impending doom” make anxiety a full-body experience. These symptoms are often life-interrupting and disabling which can make anxiety worse. Doctors recognize several kinds […]

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Add Years to Your Life and Life to Your Years (No, Really!)

When people tell you exercise is good for aging, the reasons they give you can seem vague. You may be told you’ll feel better, but enthusiasm can fade when you feel fatigued from exercise. You may hear it can prolong your life and improve your health, but how?  Are exercising benefits real? Researchers now have […]

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Thermal Spring Water: 6 Benefits of Nature’s Oh-So-Soothing Elixir

Thermal spring water is the mineral water originating from springs. According to a report published in the Journal of Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology in 2013, thermal spring water is packed with minerals such as magnesium and sulphur, as well as trace elements such as selenium.(1) The concentration of these precious elements depends on the […]

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