Natural Medicine Approaches for Alleviating Earache

Natural Medicine Approaches for Alleviating Earache

August 02, 2019 3 min read

The splitting pain of an earache: while mostly common in children, adults can also be affected. We all know the itchy, scratchy, stuffy, feverish, achy feelings that come with a sore throat and a head cold, but ear pain is probably the worst.

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Garlic for Good Health

Garlic for Good Health

July 15, 2019 2 min read

Fondly known to herbalists as "the stinking rose,"Garlic (Allium sativum) has been used for centuries for a variety of health concerns ranging from treatment of skin conditions to fighting infection.

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Why You Need a Multivitamin

Why You Need a Multivitamin

July 01, 2019 2 min read

Among the millions of U.S. adults who use nutritional supplements, multivitamin and mineral formulas are the most popular. It's a smart choice for everyone, even active, healthy people who eat a variety of fresh, organic foods.

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Move Well, Move Often - It May Save Your Life

Move Well, Move Often - It May Save Your Life

June 24, 2019 3 min read

Move well and move often: it's smart advice for maintaining a strong, healthy body from head-to-toe, inside and out. With mounting evidence of the ill-effects associated with sitting too much, moving well has become essential for living well.
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Your Body, On Water

Your Body, On Water

June 04, 2019 3 min read

Athletic or not, we all need water. And plenty of it. Hydration affects how our body works in daily activities, how prone it is to injury, and how well it recovers from injury.
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Yoga Eyes and You

Yoga Eyes and You

May 28, 2019 2 min read

The idea that certain eye movement patterns can correct vision abnormalities such as near- or farsightedness has been around since the 1920s. While there's no scientific evidence to support these claims, exercising the eyes does have health benefits.
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Digital Devices & the Health of Your Eyes

Digital Devices & the Health of Your Eyes

May 21, 2019 2 min read

Serious vision problems don't necessarily happen all at once; they can creep up on us over time if we're not careful. That's why early - and daily - intervention is critical. The following strategies can help minimize eye strain and prevent CVS from becoming a problem for you now and in the future.
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Vitamin A for Eye Health

Vitamin A for Eye Health

May 06, 2019 2 min read

Part of a family of substances called retinols, Vitamin A is important to our overall health and, specifically, our skin, immune system, and eyes.It's important to know that Vitamin A can be acquired from both plant and animal sources of food, and the source can make a difference in the type and amount of Vitamin A the body absorbs....
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Fermented Foods

Fermented Foods

April 01, 2019 2 min read

You can support your gut health with fermented, nutrient-potent foods. Ranging from tangy to bitterly-sweet in flavor, these foods originated decades ago in the cultures of Japan, China, India, and Germany.
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Ah, The Health Benefits of a Good Stretch

Ah, The Health Benefits of a Good Stretch

March 05, 2019 2 min read

You know you should do it, but in a rush, you often skip it: Stretching. It's important to your health, regardless of how intensely you do - or do not - exercise Regular stretching helps increase muscle flexibility, which is one of the important factors of fitness. Muscles that are limber have better reaction times, help protect joints, support posture, and reduce stress and body aches.
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Hydrotherapy Home Remedies for Fever

Hydrotherapy Home Remedies for Fever

February 27, 2019 2 min read

When an adult is struck down with fever, we make our way through the misery. When a child runs a temp that just doesn't come down (or keeps rising), you want to have every reasonable remedy at the ready to help make the child comfortable. The hydrotherapy remedies described below are also suitable for adults but our focus is on children.
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Naturopathic Approaches to Fever

Naturopathic Approaches to Fever

February 04, 2019 3 min read

Fever phobia is fairly common among parents of young children, and even some adults when they become sick. We worry that something serious is going on. Most often, that's not the case.
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