From the monthly archives:

September 2015

Leaves are piling up on the ground, and nights are getting chilly. As one person put it, “I know fall is here because my coconut oil was solid when I woke up this morning”. But cold weather can be uncomfortable. It’s fun to curl up by the fire, but that also means less of a […]

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Is Studying Sabotaging You?

September 22, 2015

Whether you’re a student in the library or pulling late nights in the office, you might actually be sabotaging your success. Why? Because Vitamin D, which your body gets from sunlight, is critical to how your brain makes and saves memories. Especially as we go into winter, getting enough Vitamin D is important, for your […]

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Not just undiagnosed, a new study reveals that Hepatitis C is underdiagnosed. If you’re Hep C positive and relying on biopsies to watch for cirrhosis, you may miss it. What’s that? When multiple tests (many of which were non-invasive) were used to monitor for cirrhosis, biopsies—the number one tool used—missed 62%!

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Tackle A Tension Headache Fast

September 18, 2015

There are a lot of ways to defeat a tension headache—but for most people, the most important factor is speed. Tension headaches are often called stress headaches for a reason—and the best way to prevent them is to reduce and prevent stress. It can also be one of the best ways to treat them! But […]

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Putting Your Summer Shoes Away?

September 17, 2015

If you haven’t yet, that moment is coming. Whether it’s cold weather, rain and wetness, or dusty or moldy leaves, open-toed shoes aren’t going to be a good idea much longer. While it’s normal to just throw them in the back of the closet until next year, it’s not ideal. A little care will help […]

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