How Exercise Helps With Stress Relief and Management

  • January 22, 2018
  • Exercise
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We all know that exercise is good for us and keeps our muscles strong, help the heart stay strong, and boosts metabolism and immune system response- but do you ever feel stressed out about trying to fit exercise into your routine?  If so, then you are in luck because exercise can help with stress management!
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9 Warning Signs of Chronic Lyme Disease

  • January 11, 2018
  • Fatigue
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Here’s What to Look for if You Suspect You Have Chronic Lyme Disease For many parts of the U.S., Lyme disease season is coming to a close. But for some people who spent time in woodlands, parks, or working in their gardens during the summer and autumn, symptoms of chronic Lyme disease have just begun
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2 Real World Steps To Boost The Immune System

  • October 11, 2017
  • Adipose-Derived Stem Cells
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2 Simple But Important Steps That Can Help Make The Immune System Healthier Did you know that for many people with an autoimmune condition, relief can be had by following two simple but very important steps? It’s true! These fixes for the immune system hold a variety of benefits, including improved digestion, radiant complexion, boosted
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4 Benefits Of The Myers’ Cocktail Vitamin Drip

  • October 2, 2017
  • Anti-Aging
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The Myers’ Cocktail Is A Supplement & Vitamin Drip Rediscovered To Battle Anti Aging, Chronic Disease Therapy & More Once, it was fiction: a magical, anti aging potion that extends life, increases vitality, and fights disease. From ancient times onward, humankind has sought it. But myth became reality when Dr. John Myers of Johns Hopkins
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6 Things That Cause Chronic Fatigue

  • October 2, 2017
  • Chronic Fatigue
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Always Tired? These 6 Causes Of Fatigue Are Very Common Does it seem to you that you’re always too tired? Fatigue and chronic tiredness are among the most common complaints physicians hear from adults, middle aged to seniors. Long before we finally go to the doctor, our first tendency is to laugh it off with
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