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7 Amazing Benefits of Biking to Work

7 Amazing Benefits of Biking to Work The dreaded Monday. You hop in your car for another week of work and mentally prepare for yourself for the high gas prices, frustrating traffic delays, and the stress of finding parking. But, what if your commute was fun, instead of stressful? Many people enjoy the benefits of biking to work. It’s a fantastic way to relax, get in shape, and avoid the Monday blues. Read on to learn some of the best reasons to start cycling to... ❯❯❯

5 Warning Signs of Candida Overgrowth Syndrome

5 Warning Signs of Candida Overgrowth Syndrome Every year, there are about 25,000 candida overgrowth issues in the United States. If you think that you have a yeast overgrowth, you’re definitely not alone. However, there are some telltale symptoms that could signify you really have an overgrowth. You will then be in a better position to determine whether you need to see you a specialist. Read on. 1. Digestive Issues If your stomach has been upset lately and you’re... ❯❯❯

And Then There Were Three: Ways to Adapt your Body and Mind After Having a Baby

Carrying a baby for nine months, giving birth, and then recovering are all big deals. These not only take a lot of time and energy, but they require plenty of blood, sweat, and tears. But it’s not over after that. A new mom must then care for her newborn until they reach adulthood. It’s a task that no new mother truly feels 100% prepared for, but they must, somehow, some way. Unfortunately, many women who have recently... ❯❯❯

Pain Doesn't Ask Questions: 5 Dental Emergencies and How to React

Every person handles pain differently. Some can have their teeth drilled and filled without a numbing medication, while others wait until the tooth has gotten to the point of no repair and it has to be extracted. By that time they may have to be sedated due to all the pain and stress they're under. Thankfully, there are wonderful dental clinics that know how to deal with the pain their client is feeling, and they try to eliminate the... ❯❯❯

7 Power Foods to Add for a Healthier Diet

7 Power Foods to Add for a Healthier Diet Eating healthy improves your mood, helps you sleep better, protects you against disease and strengthens your memory. In a nutshell, healthy eating improves every aspect of your life! The good news is, you don’t have to suddenly and drastically change your diet to reap the benefits of eating healthy. By adding a few healthy foods into your diet, you can begin to improve your health. Here are seven power foods to start eating... ❯❯❯

Microbes Are Everywhere: 10 Things You Can Do to Avoid Catching a Cold

When someone in the office begins to cough, sniff, or sneeze, most people run the other direction. They may also open all the doors using their elbow and wear a mask around the office. Rather than taking these extreme measures, why not use a few, more practical strategies to avoid catching a cold this season. Use Essential Oils Regardless of if a person is at home or in the office, keeping a few basic essential oils on-hand is... ❯❯❯

What health economics education gets you the job?

If you are confused and thinking about how to pursue health economics education then this article has got you covered with the vitals. You need to realize that for becoming a health economist you will be needing the right work experience along with the right academic training. You might have a rough idea that you will be needing bachelors and a master's degree but there are instances when you will have to get a doctorate as well. ... ❯❯❯

3 Best diet plans for adrenal fatigue

If you have adrenal fatigue then you must address the food you consume. If you will be making the right use of your diet then you will be pumping your body with natural supreme quality meals. The important aspect is to eat the right amount of food and that too at frequent intervals. If you truly want to boost your energy levels and avoid low blood sugar then follow the diet plans detailed below. You might already know that there is no... ❯❯❯

Quarantine Laws in the United States

The law gives the federal, state, and local governments the power to take steps to make sure infectious diseases do not spread unchecked. The powers include the authority to order “isolation” and “quarantine.” The term “isolation” refers to the practice of keeping sick individuals away from people who are not sick, and the term “quarantine” refers to the practice of keeping individuals... ❯❯❯

The Future Looks Good: 4 Medical Breakthroughs that Are Set to Change Lives

In years past, if a person was diagnosed with certain illnesses, such as cancer, it was considered to be terminal. In addition, there was little hope for accident victims who had lost a lot of blood or stroke victims who didn’t recognize the signs in time. Today, with recent medical breakthroughs, the prognosis for people who have experienced these issues is much better. Treatments, though still uncertain and overwhelming, have... ❯❯❯