Exercise to Fight Depression and Increase Productivity

Exercise is more effective and works better than the most popular depression drugs. Take a daily a dose of exercise and stop the suffering from depression.

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Guide to Safe Sunscreen for Children

Summer is in full swing. Since the kids are out of school and the temperature is climbing, and many of us are probably utilizing that vacation time you’ve been saving up all year.  A common question many patients are asking this time of year refers to sunscreen protection. Rather than take this article in a […]

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Eating and Exercise

In a society plagued with obesity and simultaneously concerned about body image, the key to perfect weight maintenance is akin to the fountain of youth.

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America’s Drug of Choice: You’re Probably Already Taking It!

It has been found that teenagers who drink soda have more mental health conditions according to a new study.  The study published in the American Journal of Public Health surveyed 5,547 10th graders about their soda drinking habits, the results were mind popping. There was a radical increase in mental health indicators such as anxiousness, […]

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The Sweetest Truth, Hurts.

The truth hurts. Even the Sweetest Truth.    In the last twenty years, the average American’s sugar intake has gone up from 26 pounds per person, per year to 152 pounds of sugar per person, per year.  With this massive increase of sugar into the bloodstreams of Americans, diseases like diabetes, Alzheimer’s, cardiovascular, and cancer are […]

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Avoid Food Label Trickery

Food is a big business, with deception and boisterous advertising claims built right into the packaging. Steer clear of outrageous health benefits, such as “low in fat” or “trans-fat free,” as that is sometimes a red flag for dangerous ingredients.

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High Blood Pressure- 4 Drug Free fixes

4 Tools to Fend Off High Blood Pressure Did you know one in four American adults suffer from high blood pressure? Also known as hypertension, nearly one third of Americans don’t even know they have it.  High blood pressure is one underlying health issue involving heart disease; which unfortunately, is leading cause of deaths that […]

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