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Natural Remedies to Keep Kids Healthy in Winter

by Kimberly Hays December 8th, 2017
There is a lot of information on how to naturally treat illnesses that kids get in winter like colds, the flu, sore throats, and earaches, but it is equally, if not more important to know how to ward off these illnesses beforehand. Using natural remedies that are simple and
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Antioxidants are the Key to Staying Young

by Joe Lawrence December 1st, 2017
From the foods we eat and the air we breathe, free radicals find a new home in our bodies. These have been linked to aging the body and other diseases, but they can be slowed down with diet alone.

Free radicals are partial molecules that are desperately seeking to match up with another. They are like the guys at last call trying to find a girl, nothing good can come out of it for either person. The same is true
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Probiotics Boost Children’s Health

by Joe Lawrence November 24th, 2017
The start of the school year and the approaching winter months often mean the beginning of cold and flu season. Our tiny little petri dishes are getting sniffles, ear infections, and everything else. Although, there is no way to completely cure these issues, there is a way to help prevent them.

Probiotics are the unsung heroes of immune system boosting. They introduce good bacteria into the body that help to digest food and ward off the bad bacterium that cause
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  • Holiday Survival Guide

    by Lori Sciame November 17th, 2017
    Soon the holiday season will be in full swing.  There will be presents to buy, special treats to bake, and parties to attend.  While many of the parties will be filled with good cheer and laughter, some will seem more like funeral wakes - complete with morose faces and mumbled greetings.  If this sounds familiar, then take the time to read this post.  Learn a few tips on how
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  • Alzheimer’s and Men’s Health

    by Lori Sciame November 10th, 2017
    Alzheimer's is a disease that causes the brain to shrink.  In essence, the disease robs one of his ability to think clearly.  An article in HealthDay Reporter by Denise Mann suggests that although Alzheimer's affects both men and women, the disease progresses differently in each sex. She states, "men seemed to have more problems with their thinking ability when diagnosed with Alzheimer's than their female counterparts did. What's more,
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  • Living with Alzheimer’s

    by Joe Lawrence November 3rd, 2017
    November is Alzheimer's Awareness month and this is a disease that is not easy for anyone involved. The caregiver and the patient all have many hurdles to overcome while battling the disease. However, there are beneficial things that can be done to ease the process.

    One of the first things is to realize the patient is not the disease. Once the label of Alzheimer's is slapped to the person, others
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