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Category Archives: Medical
If your body could talk what would it say to you? Well I have news for you: Your body does talk to you but a lot of us ignore what it is saying to us. So let’s rephrase the question: … Continue reading
It has long been known that the benefits of exercise are many, interrelated, and compounding. Yet a recent survey has shown that almost half of Americans do nothing to keep fit.(2) So despite the vast research that shows the benefits … Continue reading
Did you know that SMALL amounts of unprotected sun exposure could actually be good for you. Most humans tend to get most of their vitamin D from the sun, so people who avoid the sun completely or who always wear sunscreen … Continue reading
Antioxidant Guide has lots of useful information about anti-aging supplements and vitamins. The term “Antioxidant” refers to a group of organic substances, including vitamins C and E, vitamin A, selenium (a mineral), and a group know as carotenoids – beta-carotene … Continue reading
Sometimes it’s good to assess how far you walk a day. To track your progress can be an important motivator to increase your activity. You can do one better by also recording, on the same day, record how long you … Continue reading