Why Are Your Kidneys So Important?

Why Are Your Kidneys So Important?

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March 7, 2016

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Why Are Your Kidneys So Important?
March is National Kidney Month, so we felt it was a perfect time to have a discussion about why your kidneys are so important! The average person realizes that their kidneys play a vital roles in their body’s overall health, …
 

Migraine Headache Triggers That You Need to Know

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February 22, 2016

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Migraine Headache Triggers That You Need to Know
Anyone who struggles with migraines knows how awful they can be. The crippling pain, feelings of helplessness and days spent in bed are frustrating. Why do these horrible headaches happen? The exact cause of migraine headaches is not yet fully …
 

Why Weight Management for Osteoarthritis is so Important

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February 16, 2016

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Why Weight Management for Osteoarthritis is so Important
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a painful and all too common form of arthritis. However, the symptoms of osteoarthritis can be exacerbated if you are overweight. If you live with this medical condition, it’s important to understand why weight management for osteoarthritis …
 

Back Pain Relief Tips for the Savvy Traveler

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January 22, 2016

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Back Pain Relief Tips for the Savvy Traveler
Back pain is never fun. But it’s even LESS fun when you’re headed on vacation! Not to mention that it makes business travel that much more exhausting. Here are some great back pain relief tips to keep in mind when …
 

Diabetes: Does Stress Affect Your Blood Sugar Levels?

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January 19, 2016

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Diabetes: Does Stress Affect Your Blood Sugar Levels?
As a diabetic, you’ve likely asked yourself whether stress affects your blood sugar levels. The answer to that question is YES. Unfortunately in our fast paced society, it can be nearly impossible to avoid stress entirely. But there are several …
 

Common High Blood Pressure Causes You’ve Overlooked

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January 11, 2016

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High Blood Pressure (Hypertension), News

Common High Blood Pressure Causes You’ve Overlooked
High blood pressure (hypertension) affects one in three American adults. The American Heart Association has also reported that this cardiovascular condition contributes to nearly one thousand deaths per day. So what are the most common causes of high blood pressure?…
 

8 Steps to a Healthier Colon – Detox Your Colon

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December 28, 2015

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8 Steps to a Healthier Colon – Detox Your Colon
The colon (or large intestine) plays such an important part in the digestion process, but it often doesn’t get the love it deserves. A clean and healthy colon can help prevent irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and even colon cancer.…
 

A New Osteoarthritis Treatment…Made from Silk?

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December 13, 2015

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A New Osteoarthritis Treatment…Made from Silk?
When most people think of silk, they think of the luxury fabric. However, for osteoarthritis patients everywhere, it could soon mean so much more! Cocoon Biotech Inc. was founded in 2013 by Massachusetts General Hospital Resident Ailis Tweed-Kent and Tufts …
 

7 Holiday Tips for Gastroparesis Sufferers

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December 6, 2015

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7 Holiday Tips for Gastroparesis Sufferers
Gastroparesis is a tough condition to manage at any time of the year, but the holidays can make it especially difficult. Those who suffer from gastroparesis often experience: Bloating and belching Nausea and vomiting Heartburn Feeling full quickly Drowsiness Blood …
 

How to Use a Nebulizer for COPD in 7 Steps

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December 1, 2015

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How to Use a Nebulizer for COPD in 7 Steps
Have you been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)? Many patients use a nebulizer to take their medication for COPD, asthma and a variety of other lung conditions. It’s a great device, but won’t be very helpful if …
 
 
 
 

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