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Topic : health-wellness

  • Tendinitis – causes, symptoms and treatment options

    Tendinitis – causes, symptoms and treatment options

    02nd December 2016

    The flexible bands of tissues that connect the muscles to bones and assist in the movement of your bones are called tendons When these tissues get inflamed and become

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  • Fatigue or just lack of sleep? Symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome

    Fatigue or just lack of sleep? Symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome

    01st December 2016

    Feeling overworked and tired from time to time is normal, and the symptoms and causes of temporary fatigue are easy to recognize When you’re just tired and drained of

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  • What you should know about the types of fat inside the human body

    What you should know about the types of fat inside the human body

    16th November 2016

    Body fat tends to have a bad reputation, and is the number one culprit behind a series of health and beauty issues, from cellulite and atherosclerosis to low self-esteem levels,

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  • vibration-therapy-hypermobile-joints

    Using vibration therapy in BJHS (benign joint hypermobility syndrome)

    24th August 2016

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  • Health news roundup: obesity accelerates brain aging and more

    Health news roundup: obesity accelerates brain aging and more

    09th August 2016

    Want to keep your brain young for longer? Then you should do your best to maintain a healthy weight in midlife, says a study conducted researchers from the University

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  • What working long hours does to our heart and brain

    What working long hours does to our heart and brain

    16th June 2016

    New research from The Ohio State University shows working long hours may increase the risk of chronic illnesses, including heart disease and cancer

    The study published in

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  • 3 health issues commonly linked with diabetes type 2

    01st June 2016

    With type 2 diabetes, complications ca easily occur if you don’t do your best to keep blood glucose levels under control Some of these consequences are short-term, for

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  • 3-Alternatives-to-Coffee-for-Your-Morning-Energy-Boost

    3 alternatives to coffee for your morning energy boost

    10th May 2016

    Tasty and rich in antioxidants, coffee is my first option for a quick energy fix, and an element that can’t miss in my morning routine According to the

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  • health-news-roundup

    Health News Roundup: March 1 – 8, 2016

    08th March 2016

    Using a computer might reduce cognitive decline

    Maintaining a busy brain might reduce the risk of cognitive decline as we age, shows a study published on March 4 According

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  • health-risks-obese

    The health risks of being overweight

    29th August 2015

    Carrying many extra pounds is not only a problem of esthetics; the excess weight stored around your waist, on your belly or on your hips and buttocks can wreak

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  • body-temperature-changes

    Are you cold, then hot? These 4 conditions may affect body temperature

    22nd August 2015

    When your body is exposed to extremely low temperatures for several hours, it loses heat faster than it can produce it, so your body temperature may drop to dangerous

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  • causes-symptoms-plague

    The Black Death: causes, symptoms and treatment of plague

    07th August 2015

    Infectious disease caused by the Yersinia pestis bacteria, plague – or the “Black Death”, as this illness has been called throughout the history” – is one of the merciless

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  • wbv-metabolic-syndrome

    Vibration therapy benefits people with metabolic syndrome [Study]

    16th July 2015

    Whole body vibration activates the muscles in a way that induces improvements in strength and power performance, these improvements being similar to those observed with strength training,

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  • hip replacement surgery exercise

    Exercising after hip replacement surgery: how to start

    11th July 2015

    Returning to an active lifestyle after hip replacement surgery should happen progressively, as although the benefits of exercising are significant, it may not be safe to start exercising again

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  • Losing weight vs. losing fat: where your body weight comes from

    08th June 2015

    When starting their weight loss journey, a lot of people focus on the scale and restrict the calorie intake or start exercising for several hours a day in the

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