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How a pet can be helpful to reduce stress and anxiety

Pet owners understand the value of having a dog around. There is barely a dull moment in the house. Most dogs are hyperactive, which means that every time is playtime. The best thing about dogs is that they are loyal companions. As long as you need him, your canine friend will always be there for you. When people get stressed, …

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Jubilance for PMS Details the Birth of benaGene, a New Anti-Aging Supplement: Thermally Stabilized Oxaloacetate

People have been trying to do something about aging since the time of the pyramids. The only research I could find that had any effect on aging was a relatively obscure scientific field called “Calorie Restriction” (CR) research. Apparently–since discovered at Cornell University in the 1930s–if you restrict an animal’s calorie intake by about 25%, you see a corresponding increase …

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HGH and Your Mental Well-Being

Anxiety and depression; these can be defined as a feeling of being uneasy, worried, agitate, nervous, and stressed out. Anxiety is the leading cause of fear and depression, especially when undergoing a condition that you do not quite understand. It gets to the point where you do not want to do life anymore. You do not want to eat, go …

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Michael Evan Salley on Choosing the Right Fitness Routine

Everyone has different needs in establishing a solid fitness routine. Fitness routines can vary greatly depending on financial resources and time and scheduling constraints. In this article, Michael Evan Salley discusses three important steps and approaches to developing a fitness routine that is realistic and workable. Assess Your Fitness Goals and Plan Whether you want to lose weight, gain muscle, …

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Dr. Bikash Chowdhury Shares 5 Exercise Tips for People with Diabetes

As a specialist in Family Medicine, Dr. Bikash Chowdhury stresses that if you want to stay fit and healthy, regular exercise is vital. This is particularly true if you have diabetes. After all, working out can help you to lose weight and keep your blood sugar levels in check. For people with diabetes who want to start exercising a little …

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Dr. Joel Arun Sursas Discusses the Gut Microbiome & Depression

Introduction A vast number of microbes inhabit our gastrointestinal tracts – and are collectively termed the gut microbiome. The gut microbiome profoundly orchestrates multiple domains of our normal human physiology. An average adult will harbour roughly 10 trillion human cells. In contrast, the same adult will host approximately 100 trillion human cells, which is a staggering 10-fold increase! This enigmatic …

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Dr. Maria Luong of Serenity Dentistry Spa Shares Tips for Sensitive Teeth

  The pain associated with tooth sensitivity takes many forms and can last for seconds, days, or even weeks. Here, Dr. Maria Luong shares tips to help you fight back against the pain and eliminate sensitivity. There is no need to suffer endlessly; many of the ways to minimize tooth sensitivity are inexpensive or even free. Toothpaste Two active ingredients …

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Why We Experience Side Effects When Taking Medications

To explain why we sometimes experience side effects when taking medications, we first must understand what a side effect is. According to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary, a side effect is “a secondary and usually adverse effect (as of a drug). “ It’s ironic: you take a medication to heal your body, but after a while, you may have side effects that may …

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Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)

What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, is a painful medical condition characterized by an inflammation of the tendons that join the forearm muscles on the outside of the elbow. The forearm muscles and tendons become damaged from overuse due to repeated motion, which leads to pain and tenderness on the outside of the elbow. Causes of Tennis Elbow Overuse …