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Choosing Sport Shoes for Volleyball

Volleyball is a very active sport with a high probability of getting very specific leg injuries from jumping. To reduce the risk factor, manufacturers equip shoes with excellent cushioning, ankle support, gum rubber sole with excellent traction, as well as make them lightweight and breathable. These characteristics are not only possessed by specialized volleyball shoes. In this article, we’ll look …

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A Look At How Wearing Pyjamas Can Help Sleep & Overall Health

Most people dress quite well during the day, but it is also important to dress well for bedtime at night. This is because the clothes you wear to bed impact your health and overall sleep quality. Having a healthy life is so much more than eating healthy foods as well as reducing stress and working out regularly. You need to …

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How Physical Therapy Can Help You Stay Healthy As You Age

Not everyone feels positively about getting older. With that said, the aging process can be a chance to make the most of your life and take on new and exciting challenges. If you have a great attitude and take the right advice, you’ll be able to make the most of your golden years. This is something that is backed up …

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Top Trending Careers in Healthcare

The healthcare industry is the fastest growing industry that allows professionals to enjoy superior job growth and career development opportunities. Research reveals that this trend is likely to continue for the next 20 years at a phenomenal rate of 23%. Healthcare careers are rapidly growing and advancing, primarily because of increased healthcare accessibility. The aging population of the baby boomer …

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Benefits of joining professional nursing associations

Do you believe in making a difference? With changing times, the goals and ambitions of the upcoming generation are also evolving. More than lucrative opportunities, they want to pursue a career to help people in need. After all, the satisfaction that comes from making a difference in others’ life is second to none. So, why not step into the healthcare …

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How to be A Good Friend to Someone with Cancer

When facing cancer, most people today are treated in an outpatient setting. This means they will not need to be in a hospital setting to receive the care they need. Still, they will need plenty of encouragement, support and help in their home life. Studies have shown that cancer survivors that enjoy a high level of emotional support during their …

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Caffeine and Hair Loss: The Truth

Intro: 2 Hairs and 1 Cup of Joe If you are one of those lucky persons that have long, resilient hair which rarely falls off when you brush it, then this article is probably not for you! If you are in your prime years, don’t have any stress in your life except for maintaining a balance between studying and partying, …

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Pandemic, and Broken Heart Syndrome

I know you heard many times before expression broken heart.     Whenever a person was under severe physical or emotional stress and had symptoms similar to the heart attack, broken heart expression was used. In the beginning, this term was not accepted as an official diagnosis. In 2010, ”broken heart syndrome” was coined.     Broken heart syndrome looks like a heart attack, but …

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4 Lies About CBD Oil You Keep Believing

It’s been a while since Cannabidiol has so graciously entered the market and it has quickly made its way towards becoming one of the most successful industries in the world. Despite this abrupt growth and development, we cannot deny the fact that there are a lot of people who still don’t know enough about CBD oil and the benefits that …

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Does Your Defense System Against Pandemic Depend on Your Mental and Gut Health?

Am I questioning the link between emotions and health? I don’t think so. What I am discussing here is my personal view on how people regard this statement. Some people can’t see any link between anger, resentment, worries, anxiety, jealousy or even perfectionism, and their headache, stomach-ache, back pain, colds, or stiff shoulders. I’ve asked many people around me: “What’s …