May 21, 2014

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Vitamin B12 – Bone Health

By not having enough vitamin B12 in your body, you may be experiencing negative effects associated with your bone health. Bones are made up particular proteins, including minerals, calcium, phosphorus, collagen, and other essential properties. The diet that you eat … Continue reading

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Mar 13, 2014

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What is Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome?

The tarsal tunnel of your foot is the canal formed by part of your ankle bone (the medial malleolus, which is the bump on the inside of your ankle) and a band of ligaments that stretch across the foot known … Continue reading

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Mar 12, 2014

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Tips for Eating Clean on a Budget

Does eating clean really have to be over-the-top extensive? It’s a common misconception that eating clean has to cost an arm and a leg. In reality, anyone can eat clean. Whether you are a college student or on a limited budget, … Continue reading

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Feb 27, 2014

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Always Stretch Before Exercising

Many studies have been performed to measure the effectiveness of stretching prior to exercising.  Some have concluded that stretching prevents soreness after exercise, while others conclude that it actually decreases strength and should not be done prior to performing weight-bearing … Continue reading

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Feb 7, 2014

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Vitamin C and Joint Pain go Together

Because vitamin C is a water-soluble supplement, it does not remain in your body and must be received either through your diet or through an actual oral vitamin.  Experiencing joint pain is an unwanted issue that many individuals deal with … Continue reading

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Feb 4, 2014

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Dangers of a Sedentary Lifestyle

Today more than ever, the United States is experiencing an epidemic of “sitting disease”, a lifestyle of sedentary.  This is becoming even more prevalent in the lives of today’s seniors, leading to stiff joints, chronic illnesses and sometimes just laziness … Continue reading

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Jan 29, 2014

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Common Causes of Back Pain

Many Americans suffer from back pain every day, resulting in issues with day-to-day activities.  It has been found that four in five people suffer from a painful back.  In this article we will be reviewing and discussing the top common … Continue reading

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Jan 24, 2014

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Tips for Getting a Good Nights Sleep

According to the National Sleep Foundation, the amount of sleep you need as an individual depends on which age group you fall in, as well as the type of lifestyle and health status you are currently in.  So, at your … Continue reading

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Jan 20, 2014

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Stretch to Help Prevent Injuries …and More!

It’s likely safe to assume that not everyone engages in stretching. The most common excuse being that they don’t have the time. However, everyone needs to spend time working on improving their flexibility. The benefits of improved flexibility are endless … Continue reading

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Jan 13, 2014

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Sports Injuries in Children

According to the Safe Kids Worldwide, nearly 38 million children and teenagers play some sort of sport in the United States every year, leaving the chances of injury wide open.  It has been found that one in every three child … Continue reading

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