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The Business of Health: 4 Pro Tips for Starting a Medical Practice

The Business of Health: 4 Pro Tips for Starting a Medical Practice The COVID-19 pandemic hit small businesses hard, making many business owners search for new opportunities. Medical practices are one kind of business that is always in demand, and starting a medical practice might be the perfect option to get your career back on track. If you've never opened a medical office before, the task is intimidating. Yet, with the right information, success in medicine is possible. Here... ❯❯❯

A Beginner's Guide to Using Herbs for Pain Relief

A Beginner's Guide to Using Herbs for Pain Relief A tale as old as thyme. Studies show people have been using thyme as a healing herb for thousands of years! A sprig of thyme can help improve immunity, lower blood pressure, and it can even enhance your mood. Learning about medicinal herbs is a great way to start leading a pain-free life. Instead of relying on harmful medications, you can start using holistic remedies to cure almost any ache or pain. However, before you start taking... ❯❯❯

How to Deal With Back Pain: 5 Tips for Treating the Issue

How to Deal With Back Pain: 5 Tips for Treating the Issue Back pain is a common ailment. In fact, 80% of the population will experience it at some point in their lives. For instance, it might be due to a ruptured disk, muscle strain, or skeletal irregularity. Some conditions such as osteoporosis or arthritis can also result in pain. Fortunately, there are ways to treat it. For one thing, there are medications that you can use to alleviate pain. Of course, there are other remedies as well. ... ❯❯❯

Managing Pain: How to Do Pain Management at Home

Managing Pain: How to Do Pain Management at Home Living with chronic pain can be extremely debilitating. While there are instances where pain serves a purpose to alert us of injury or illness, living with chronic pain is a form of suffering.  Not only does a person have to deal with the physical impacts of pain, but it can take a serious toll on one's mental and emotional health. Ultimately, this can have a dire effect on their quality of life.   Living on... ❯❯❯

How Often Should You Get A Thai Massage?

Are you tired of your current massage routine and you are looking for something better that will relax your muscles after a tough workout session? Then you should give Thai massage a drive for sure because it will energize your whole body and make you feel healthy and light from inside. Thai massage is very different from the Traditional massage because Thai massage takes place when you are clothes fully and there is no need for fancy... ❯❯❯

7 Simple Ways to Improve Your Spinal Alignment

7 Simple Ways to Improve Your Spinal AlignmentYour spinal alignment is crucial for your posture and back support. This guide lists 7 simple ways to improve your spinal alignment. Are you sitting down comfortably? Okay good, now check again. Because the way you're sitting with your back arched, your shoulders by your ears, and your legs crossed doesn't look all that comfortable.  What's more, that position is also terrible for your spinal... ❯❯❯

How to Choose a Personal Trainer: 6 Things to Look For

How to Choose a Personal Trainer: 6 Things to Look For Is age just a number? A recent study observed 125 men and women between the ages of 55-79. The study participants had the same muscle mass, cholesterol levels, and immunity as someone in their 20’s would. It turns out, all of the study participants were cyclists. By making regular exercise a part of their lifelong routine, they were able to defy the aging process. Personal trainers are a great way to jumpstart a lifelong... ❯❯❯

What Causes a Fever? This Is What You Need to Know

What Causes a Fever? This Is What You Need to Know You wake up feeling terrible, your head is hot and your body aches. You'll be calling out of work today. The cause? A fever. It's no fun to be confined to your bed but a fever certainly has the ability to knock you out. A fever would be considered any body temperature that is over or beyond the normal range. It often lasts only a few days. What causes a fever? If you're sick in bed and vowing to never let this happen to you again,... ❯❯❯

Do I Have Cancer? Potential Signs You May Have Cancer

Do I Have Cancer? Potential Signs You May Have CancerAre you asking, "Do I have cancer?" and you're trying to figure out what's happening? Read this article to learn signs you may have cancer. In 2018, around 1,735,350 new cases of cancer were diagnosed in the US. An estimated 609,640 people died from their condition.  Some people confuse signs of cancer with a cough or general exhaustion. You might not realize that a small change in your overall health might indicate a... ❯❯❯

What to Do if You Are Injured in a Car Accident: A Guide to Recovery

What to Do if You Are Injured in a Car Accident: A Guide to RecoveryHave you or your loved been injured in a car accident? Here's a simple guide to walk you through the various steps involved in recovery. You were injured in a car accident? Start here first. In the United States, more than 2 million people are injured every single year due to vehicle-related incidents. With so many accidents, it can be overwhelming to know what to do in the event of a car accident. For those looking for the best,... ❯❯❯