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    Adjusting Your Sleeping Position Could Help Your Insomnia

    When your body is in a bad sleeping position, your brain sounds an alarm to wake up, leading to a disrupted sleep pattern that can repeat all night long.  Your brain sounds an alarm—leading to poorer quality sleep—when you’re in a less-than-great sleeping position for an important reason. Your whole body—organs, muscles, all of it—relies […] More

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    Have Allergies? Make This One Change to Your Bedroom Right Now

    For those who suffer from seasonal allergies, the start of spring can also mean the onset of sneezing, running noses, and puffy eyes. And while seasonal snifflers are quick to blame pollen and grasses (and for good reason), there may be another factor affecting their allergies year-round: dust mites. To learn more about the potential link between year-round […] More

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    5 Ways To Deal With Seasonal Depression As The Weather Gets Colder

    Sunless days and freezing temps can make anybody feel down in the dumps. By now, many of us (and mental health professionals, too) acknowledge that seasonal depression is a very real thing. And although it feels like we’ve had more warm than cool days in certain parts of the country this year, cold weather and an end […] More

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    7 Daily Habits That Seem Healthy—But Are They Really?

    We turned to the experts to get the scoop behind seven habits that sound healthy—but the truth behind them may be more complicated. When it comes to getting healthier from the inside out, there’s no end to the number of healthy habits you can adopt. But just start thinking about them all and your head will […] More

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    How To Fight The 5 Most Common Sleeping Problems

    We’ve outlined five common sleep problems and asked the experts how to overcome them so you (and your partner) can enjoy sleep’s restorative powers at last. 1. The problem: snoring The solution: The important tools are patience and persistence: Most people have to try a few potential fixes. Snoring tends to be related to loose tissue at the back […] More

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    If You’re Sick Of Dieting, Try Intuitive Eating

    In this day and age, it seems like a trendy, new diet makes headlines every couple of weeks. But there’s one eating plan—not a diet, its founders are quick to point out—that’s had some serious staying power. The term intuitive eating was coined by Evelyn Tribole, RD, and Elyse Resch, RDN, in the 1990s; since then, they’ve written […] More

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    7 Physical Signs You’re More Stressed Out Than You Realize

    If you find yourself experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s time to talk to a health professional. That way, you have someone on your side to help you find ways to de-stress and get back to living your life your way. The human body is astonishing. Not only can it withstand a great deal of pain, heal […] More

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    Here’s The Truth About Hair Vitamins

    All you have to do is scroll through your Instagram feed or step foot in your local pharmacy to see vitamins for your hair that claim long, luscious locks. Medical Daily reports that $176 million a year is spent on hair and nail supplements, and Insta influencers claim Kate Middleton-level strands with gummies. But do hair vitamins really work? […] More

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    Woman Got Infected With Flesh-Eating Bacteria While Getting Her Nails Done

    Jayne Sharp had never even heard of flesh-eating bacteria until a visit to a Tennessee nail salon got her infected with one. Sharp, a retired dental hygienist in Knoxville, believes that she contracted necrotizing fasciitis while getting a manicure at the Jazzy Nail Bar in Turkey Creek this spring. “While I was there I got […] More

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    Research Suggests Cell Phones Lights Could Be Causing Weight Gain In Women

    Sure, we don’t think much about leaving the TV on while we’re asleep but maybe we should. New findings seem to show that this kind of thing could be a serious factor in whether or not we gain more weight as females. Research that was recently published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine found a strong association between […] More

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