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  • The Benefits of Vitamin D

    Apart from carbs, proteins and fats, the body requires certain vitamins to carry out its normal functions. One among these is vitamin D, which is critical for the normal development and functioning of various parts of the body, and overall health. Unlike other vitamins that can be obtained through a balanced diet, vitamin D is […]

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  • Men’s Health: Prevent Health Problems Before They Start

    Men are predisposed to develop certain diseases and problems that are not common to women. Some of these gender-specific conditions include prostate and testicular cancers, erectile dysfunction, varicocele and benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). The specific lifestyles that you lead can also make you prone to certain diseases such as – bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease […]

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  • Why So Many Diets Fail

    The world of weight loss and nutrition is filled with an array of diets that when followed diligently promise to produce the best results. Recently, contestants of The Biggest Loser have physically shown that by following a stringent diet regime, it is humanly possible to reverse the scales towards a healthier weight. However, studies have […]

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  • Great Workout Ideas You Can Do When You Have Joint Pain

    When you have arthritis, you may think that exercise may aggravate it and that the most logical remedy for joint pain is rest. However, joint pain caused by arthritis can be greatly relieved through certain exercises. Exercise also helps combat fatigue and improve strength and flexibility. High impact exercises can cause your joints more harm, […]

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  • How Your Weight Affects Arthritis

    Arthritis is a chronic disease of the joints, characterized by the damage of cartilage. The once smooth cartilage that lines all articulating surfaces begins to degenerate, causing the articulating bones to painfully rub against each other during movement. Age and genetics are factors that usually contribute to the development of arthritis. Surprisingly, there is also […]

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