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Make Traveling More Comfortable

September 28, 2018

Stiff legs, a sore neck, and an aching back… it doesn’t matter if you’re traveling by plane, train, or automobile… even young, healthy, limber travelers often arrive at their destinations with a few kinks to stretch out. And if you are changing time zones, have a lot of travel time, or need to hit the […]

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No Injury Too Small

September 17, 2018

A bright red hangnail, a deep scratch, a red spot in a weird place—no injury is small enough to ignore. Even a small injury can turn serious if not cared for, so make sure you know the signs of inflammation, signs of infection, and how to reduce your risk. With more viruses in circulation and […]

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We all get aches and pains. For some they can be treated as simply as resting, soaking in hot water, or applying some hot/cold relief. For others, it can be harder to keep under control—especially if it’s chronic. Age, an active lifestyle, or changing weather that activates old injuries can really cause discomfort or all […]

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As the warm weather inspires you to get moving more, you might find your muscles aching. Increased activity, doing something new, or just ending a period of inactivity can cause some minor aches, or if you’re not careful, major ones. Prevention goes a long way, but if you get caught with some pain, try starting […]

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A report has found that art, in all its forms, may promote health and well-being. It may even save the medical system so much money that it’s worth “prescribing”. Two years of research has found evidence that art may help keep you well, recover from illness, live longer, and save money. One of the studies […]

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