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You made the decision to lose weight. Do you know where to start? Before you walk down the often misled path of starving yourself and exercising against your will, think about the first culprit for fa...
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The Modern World of Medicine. What Could We Really Learn from Each Other?
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How You Can Injure Yourself in Yoga
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Josh Pta month ago
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Working out in your own home can be great, especially if you are just starting. Personally, I love working out at home. I have my own mini gym with only a couple of things, but I love how easy and qui...
Samantha Bentleya month ago
How to Use Yoga to Heal Injuries
Yoga is a huge part of my life and has been for going on eight years now, before I did my teacher training I would take every kind of yoga imaginable. It is a common misconception that yoga is only fo...
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Everything You Need to Know About Dumbbells
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Jenny Beck25 days ago
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Olivia Shoemaker20 days ago
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Alyse McDonald2 hours ago
Chronic Pain Is FAKE!
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4 Activities That Can Improve Your Mental Health
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Toni Koraca2 months ago
Manage Expectations Because Your Mental Health Depends on It
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Nea Marina2 months ago
4 Steps to Take Every Morning for a Healthier Mindset
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Well, when I was in school I was always treated like my fellow classmates. My teachers were usually very short and rude to me along with my fellow peers who struggled with learning. Whenever I asked, "What's wrong with me?" my teachers would tell me that I'm slow. What does that mean? A turtle is slow. It was very frustrating being in special ed, and not one person could tell what was wrong with me other than the fact that I struggled in math, science, and with some writing. I hated it when it w...
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10 Ways Walking Everyday Can Improve Your Health
When’s the last time you went for a walk? For the record, walking to your car or to the fridge doesn’t count. What we mean is, when’s the last time you walked as a form of real exercise? If you can’t ...
My Top 7 Migraine Self-Care Tips
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True Innovation for Good (Part 1)
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Andrea Dawson3 months ago
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Mindfulness and meditation are hot topics these days and both are given a lot of press for helping people survive the stresses of modern living. If you hear the two terms but don’t fully understand wh...
How You Can Injure Yourself in Yoga
Yoga is a thousand year or more discipline 30 million people on this planet have gotten into. (Dr. Axe: 9 Common Poses Most Likely to Trigger Yoga Injuries, Plus How to Overcome & Avoid Them) However,...
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Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual discipline originating in India. While many view the practice as merely an exercise, it stems much further than that. A key component of yoga is performing ph...