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Dine With Abby2 years ago
Secrets to a Youthful, Hourglass Shape!
My Secret To A Youthful, Hour Glass Shape I had my 4th baby in Oct 2016 and within a week, by strictly following the tips below, I had my small waist back. It was then that people seriously began aski...
Sara Sousa2 years ago
My Story with Labyrinthitis, Vertigo, Hearing Loss and Mental Health
Ears: we have to love them, right? Most people listen to music through their headphones or speakers when getting ready to start their day or even listen to music a few times a day. We all know what mu...
Lauren Everall2 years ago
The Journey to Healthy
My Struggle With My Weight Growing up, I was always an active, healthy child. I would play out around the pond, climb trees, walk to the local shop by myself, and go watch my granddad fish, then run a...
Andrea Dawson2 years ago
Get the Skinny on CoolSculpting
Sculpting your body can be a challenge. You can eat right and faithfully go to the gym, but that pesky fat may still hang on. Many people are choosing CoolSculpting to help them to eliminate resistant...
David McCleary2 years ago
Sports That Do Damage to Your Body
Sports are all fun and games until someone ends up hurt. Kids are very likely to get hurt while playing youth sports. However, it's a good idea for kids to play sports since they can lead to successfu...
Ami Kane2 years ago
ICN Bodybuilding Championships Come to the UK!
The first ICN Bodybuilding Championships take place on October 29 at The Benn Hall, Rugby, Warwickshire. ICN (I Compete Natural) is now a global fitness brand promoting good nutrition and natural drug...
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Masked Guy2 years ago
Losing Your Hair Hurts More than You Think
Everyone takes their full head of healthy hair for granted. Only once you start losing it you’ll feel the emotional pain and stress. Well, it never seems like such big deal when you’ve got yourself th...
Ben W2 years ago
How to Heal a Sprained Wrist Quickly
Dealing with a sprained wrist can be quite the painful and uncomfortable experience. You may be an active person who likes to play sports or someone who has a busy work life and can’t afford to take t...
Katheryn Oakley2 years ago
My Story of Chronic Illness
I have been chronically ill now for two years and only recently diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. Over these two years, I have learned a lot about people. I have seen ...
Julie Nevin2 years ago
Spasmodic Dysphonia
These are two words I had never heard of before despite having lived with this chronic neurological condition for fifteen years. Working as a nurse specialist was a daily challenge until I was finally...
Charlie Tyrell2 years ago
Calling All Chubsters
It’s considered rude to ask a woman her weight. Heck, it would be rude to ask a man. Women balk and blush at the idea of sharing that number or their dress size, and you can tell they are nearly alway...
Jo Farnell2 years ago
My Psoriasis Story
Before I begin on backtracking where I first noticed my psoriasis, I want to first say that everybody is different so my experiences may be completely different to other people's. Also, I am not an ex...
Grace Evelyn2 years ago
What Happens When You Ask Yourself: How Do I Feel?
How do I feel? I have learned that this is a phrase we usually never ask ourselves; as a habit we ask others how they are but we forget to check with our own emotions. I came to the conclusion that if...
Angela D'Eufemia2 years ago
Fibromyalgia
As I sit in the slightly less intimidating but no more comfortable side chair in my doctor’s office, I find myself wondering: why did I have to get stuck with the chronic illness that no one seems to ...
Working Your Workout
We all know in today’s world, there is not enough time in the day to get everything done. Most people work long hours at jobs, then come home to families with active lives of their own. Parents strugg...
Karla Ilicic2 years ago
Do Yoga for Mobility
All yoga asanas are a combination of strength, flexibility, mobility, and balance. Using our muscles to support our foundation or hold a certain pose is something we can all definitely feel while we’r...
Vedran Šepović2 years ago
Truth and Lies About Food
Often media, and unfortunately experts, are mixing up the terms ketosis and ketoacidosis. Ketosis is a normal and harmless state of the body, that burns fat as energy, while ketoacidosis is a state wh...
Matthew Ehrlich2 years ago
A Big Man's Hollywood
*Note — I wrote this article ten years ago. Since then, I've moved back to New York, got married and left the industry. I currently work in nonprofits as the National Director of a small organization ...