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10 Things People with Carpal Tunnel Should Never Do

Each day, thousands of Americans suffer from pains associated with carpal tunnel. Hailing from repetitive motions, their symptoms might come from typing on a keyboard, texting multiple times per day, or simply performing the same motion over and over again. Such as changing tires or working along a factory assembly line. However, the effects of [...]

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How the Common Cold Can Affect your Bones

It’s that time of year when folks are suffering from the common cold. Whether it’s their first of the season or a recurring bug that just can’t be kicked, it’s safe to say that germs are heavily among us. And unfortunately, those colds can affect us in more ways than we realize. Sure they make [...]

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New Results Prove you Can Sing your Snoring Away

Are you a longtime snorer? Or do you just sleep next to one instead? No matter which side of the snoring equation you’re on, it’s less than pleasant to be in a room full of nighttime nasal sounds – whether or not you’re the one providing it. It’s loud, interrupts sleep, and can lead to [...]

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Can Flu Season Contribute to Body Pain?

This time of year, thousands of Americans are suffering from the common cold. Fevers are a norm, draining sinuses happen each and every day – worse in the chillier temps – and body aches are a regular occurrence. It’s flu season, meaning these symptoms are steadily making their way throughout the population. And while many [...]

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How Does a Donut Cushion Help Hemorrhoids?

When suffering from hemorrhoids, almost every aspect of relaxing is rebuked. Sitting is painful, lying down can cause pressure or tings in the muscles, and even standing can cause cringe-worthy discomfort. With these ongoing symptoms (in addition to outside discomfort), it’s simply a matter of finding the lowest combination of negative side effects. Some patients [...]

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Back Treatment Options: The Difference Between Chiropractics and Physical Therapy

With the onset of “going green,” natural options are spilling into more than just energy efficiency. Folks are shopping for food that provides less waste, traveling in carpools or by bike rather than walking, and they’re making conscious decisions to take better care of themselves. That means organic veggies, daily vitamins, and an array of [...]

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The Right Way to Sit: How to Improve Your Health From Behind a Desk

This article is part three in a series on the medical dangers of sitting.For the past week we’ve been talking about just how detrimental it can be for the body when sitting long term. Whether perching behind a desk in the office or working on some type of movie marathon record, sitting for too many [...]

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7 Things To Never Do for a Painful Back

To anyone who has ever been down in the back, you know just how frustrating it can be to experience impromptu pain. Especially when there’s no specific cause or reasoning behind it. While there might be an old injury flaring up, oftentimes it’s simply repetitive movements (or a lack of the right movements) that adds [...]

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Book Balancing: A History on Posture

Whether or not we’ve experienced it for ourselves, everyone has a clear-cut image of youngsters balancing a book on their head. In this scenario, a stern headmistress first places the book on her students’ noggins, and then eyes them as they walk – very carefully – as to not let the book drop. Then, for [...]

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Do you Sit Most of the Day? You Could Be Causing Long-term Health Damage (Part 1)

For everyone who works in an office or has had the occasional movie marathon, you know exactly how it feels to sit for long periods at a time. While sometimes it’s a welcome break, especially when feeling under the weather, it can often bring on feelings of stiffness and laziness. Whether mentally or in muscles [...]

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