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Don’t Take the Negativity Bait

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Why do some people seem so unhappy while others seem generally happy and able to take negative experiences in stride? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: Montrail FluidFlex

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Is the Montrail FluidFlex a WYSIWYG trail runner? Read More »

Snack Review: Healthy Snack Chips

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TasteTV reviews two new healthy snack chips, Harvest Snaps and CrispRoot Cassava Chips. Read More »

E-Cigarettes May Dig Big into Tobacco’s Profits

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It is estimated that revenue from electronic cigarettes will be between $1 billion and $1.7 billion this year. Read More »

America Commits Suicide

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More people die each year from suicide in America than from car crashes or murders. In fact, you’re three times more likely to kill yourself than you are to be murdered, and that number is rising. Read More »

Physiotherapy and the Chronic Muscle and Nerve Pain of Sciatica

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This condition is an inflammation of the sciatic nerve causing pain ranging from the hip to all the way down the back of the leg. Read More »

Is Bad Breath Ruining Your Self-Confidence? Common Causes and Cures

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A simple adjustment in habits may be all that is needed to get you on the right track to being proud of your breath. Read More »

The American Diabetes Association (ADA): Shameful or Shameless?

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The American Diabetes Association aspires to be a billion-dollar nonprofit player. To reach this goal, it needs to perform like the nonprofit big boys. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Youth Corridor’ by Gerald Imber, M.D.

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Prevention and maintenance are the starting points for a youthful look. Read More »

Finding More Than I Bargained For

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Many people today, including some medical professionals, are exploring a more holistic sense of health, one that incorporates factors of the entire person, where our type of thinking influences our quality of living. Read More »