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by Tina Bush on Jul 4th 2014

Work can be very stressful. It really doesn’t matter what kind of job you have, by the end of the day you can be drained and more than a little stressed out. You don’t even have to be working outside the home. There are a lot of people, both women and men,...

by Tina Bush on Jun 24th 2014

A healthy mind and a healthy body for, indeed, health is wealth. One cannot separate mental health and physical health for a good quality of life filled with a strong sense of enjoyment of life’s pleasures. Think of it: When your body may be physically healthy...

by Tina Bush on Jun 17th 2014

It is important that you do not overlook teeth problems, as this is really the first thing people see when you talk to them. In many cases you don’t even notice that you expose your teeth often during the day. Smiling at people, talking, and laughing are just...

by Naomi Walton on Jun 16th 2014

Do people who have long hair need to wash it every day? Can those with short hair go two or three days without washing theirs? Can you lose your hair from washing it too much? These are just some of the questions that people ask themselves everyday. So what is...

by Suzanne Foster on Jun 13th 2014

What is chiropractic medicine? Put simply, it is the physical manipulation of the spine and other bones to put them back into alignment. It isn’t about twisting your body into different shapes, or yanking on your bones and joints. In many cases it includes massage,...

by Tina Bush on Jun 10th 2014

As smokers we have all heard about how horrible smoking is and what it can do to the inside of our bodies. It affects the lungs, messes with our blood pressure, and has been known to cause cancer, emphysema, and many other diseases. Statistics say that one in three...

by Naomi Walton on Jun 3rd 2014

This is a question on the minds of many people, even parents. We have probably all done this at one time or another. Little kids love reading at night, hidden under the covers with a flashlight, or when out camping. If you are trying to conserve electricity you...

by Suzanne Foster on May 19th 2014

Everyone wants to live to be 100 years old. However, studies have shown that people born in the last few years will likely reach an average of 77.9 years in the United States. While that is about 30 years longer than the average for those born in the early 1900s,...

by Naomi Walton on May 15th 2014

Mortality is an inevitable part of life. These illnesses and incidences, however, are the most common causes of death among humans as of 2011 (World Health Organization). It must be noted that many of these diseases including ischemic heart disease, stroke, and...

by Tina Bush on May 9th 2014

Rich plasma therapy is a non-surgical option that is designed to help accelerate the natural healing of the body. The main area of focus is on the muscles and tendons, but other injuries may also benefit from this option. Some of the most commonly treated conditions...