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  • Running May Be Good for Your Knees

    Running May Be Good for Your Knees

    In the not too distant past, patients with arthritis were advised not to jog as the additional stress could further injure the knee cartilage. However, the results of recent research studies fly in the face of conventional wisdom – running may actually be good for your knees!

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  • How to Prevent a Hernia

    How to Prevent a Hernia

    Are you overweight, struggle with chronic constipation, have chronic spells of coughing, or lift heavy weights regularly? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, you might be prone to developing a hernia.

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  • 6 Men's Health Tips You Need to Know

    6 Men's Health Tips You Need to Know

    When compared to women, men live with more sickness and die younger. This is probably because visiting your doctor regularly, getting routine health check-ups, prostate exams, and colonoscopies may not be considered manly things to do.

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  • Take Control of Your Gut Health

    Take Control of Your Gut Health

    All diseases begin in the gut” said Hippocrates (father of modern medicine) a long time ago and modern science confirms that all aspects of health even right down to your mood can be influenced by your gut health.

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  • The Importance of Staying Active: Move It or Lose It

    The Importance of Staying Active: Move It or Lose It

    There are few conditions that can impair your quality of life the way arthritis can. Literally, the term arthritis means “joint swelling.” As the condition worsens, it prevents you from participating in activities of daily living and robs you of the simple pleasures of life.

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  • Manage Your Back Pain Without Surgery

    Manage Your Back Pain Without Surgery

    There’s no question that pain can make everyday activities more difficult, but when the pain is in your back, it may also limit your mobility and can become debilitating. Up to 25% of Americans are affected by back pain every year. Lower back pain, sciatica, osteoarthritis, muscle or ligament injuries, fibromyalgia, and spinal cord injuries are common causes of back pain sending patients to their doctors every day.

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  • Spring Allergies - How to Fight Back

    Spring Allergies - How to Fight Back

    The blossoming of flowers, the splash of color, and warming of the temperatures herald the coming of spring, which is always welcome after a stark cold winter season. Unfortunately, springtime is peak allergy season in the US. Allergies rank 5th among the leading chronic diseases affecting the US with more than half the population (55%) testing positive for one or more allergens.

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  • The Best Nutrition Is In These 8 Superfoods

    The Best Nutrition Is In These 8 Superfoods

    Superfoods!! As the name suggests, they are packed with healthy nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that fortify your body against deadly heart attacks, cancer, diabetes, obesity, and stroke. They also improve your strength, stamina, and vitality making you feel like a real-life superhero. “So, where can you find these superfoods?” you might ask. Not surprisingly, most superfoods can be found at your local supermarket. Here is a list of some superfoods and the reasons why they are super:

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  • The Good News About Colon Cancer

    The Good News About Colon Cancer

    With significant advances in medical science, the number of deaths caused due to colon cancer has been declining over the past several decades. In fact, it is estimated there are 1 million plus survivors of this disease in the United States alone. And the best news is that colon cancer can be prevented! Colon cancer screening saves lives.

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  • Cardio Exercises that Your Joints Will Love

    Cardio Exercises that Your Joints Will Love

    As a young adult, getting a good cardio workout may be just a matter of going for a fast jog or jumping rope. As we age, however, excessive pounding can take its toll on your joints causing pain and limiting your mobility. Workouts then become a source of dread rather than something you enjoy.

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