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Five Quick Remedies To Cure Constipation

Ask yourself – when was the last time you went to the bathroom? If you’re suffering from constipation, you probably paused to think a while before answering. A 2011 survey by United BioSource Corporation estimated that about 30.8 % of American men and women experience chronic constipation. Be it an unhealthy diet or lack of exercise, constipation can be caused by a number of factors. Most of...
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5 Practical Steps to Begin a Fitness Program

We are half way through 2018 and you have yet to begin your New Year’s Resolution. Maybe you did begin but you quickly fell off your routine. Before you get down on yourself, know that it is never too late to start. But this time, you can start with a practical plan. Most people make the mistake of diving in to the unknown. They begin a fitness program without taking the appropriate steps to...
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Female Myofascial Pelvic Pain Syndrome

Jillian Rau, CUSOM MSIV H Paul Singh MD Pelvic floor dysfunction is a broad diagnosis encompassing pelvic organ prolapse, dysfunctional bowel, dysfunctional bladder evacuation and chronic pain1. It has been estimated that up to 24% of the female population in the United States experience some form of pelvic floor disorder1. Risk factors shared broadly across all forms of pelvic floor...
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Stool Testing Cards

Although the axiom by Benjamin Franklin, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” was first used in reference to fire prevention, it has often been used while talking about health. This is very applicable to colorectal cancer.   Colorectal cancer is the fourth most diagnosed cancer in the United States. It is also the fourth leading cause of cancer related deaths, accounting for 14...
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Out of Box Therapies for Gerd Diaphragmatic Strengthening via Deep Breathing Exercises

Taking a breath is one of the first actions we perform when we come into this world but rarely do we ever give it any thought. Crucial to our survival, our body has adapted itself to perform the act of breathing subconsciously. While this makes it easier for us, since we don’t have to think before taking a breath, it may not always be best for our bodies. The diaphragm is a dome shaped organ...
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Vitamin D: Supplement Intentionally and Wisely

Vitamin D, also known as the sunshine vitamin, is primarily known for its role in assisting with calcium absorption and building strong bones. But Vitamin D also plays a vital role in a variety of other bodily processes such as immune health, sleep and mood, muscle maintenance, and prevention of osteoporosis, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and a number of other chronic diseases....
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Life After Weight Loss

According to high quality research on the statistics of long-term maintenance of weight loss, those who undergo weight loss tend to regain some of the weight, however, fortunately for most people, it is not back to baseline. While this can be rather discouraging and some may think that losing weight is a battle they cannot win, that is not true. Even a loss of 10% of weight contributes to...
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