Fall Foliage Guide

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Got Back Pain? These Natural Fixes Can Help

Suffering from back pain that never seems to let up? You’re not alone. Back pain affects eight in 10 people at some point in their lives, and it can last just a few days or weeks (as is the case with acute pain) or months or years (as is the case with chronic pain). While it’s …

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10 of the Most Productive Ways to Nap

There are two types of naps. First, there’s the type of nap that turns into a complete snoozefest. You plop down on the couch with the intention of getting back up after a few minutes, but in reality, you end up waking up 2 or 3 hours later, groggy and disoriented after realizing you let yourself …

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The 7-Minute Routine for Back Pain Relief

Few things in life are as frustrating as back pain (aside from maybe coffee shops with no Wi-Fi ). If you're dealing with it, you're not alone: One in fourAmericans experiences back pain on a regular basis. But whether it’s a dull ache or nearly debilitating sharp pain, a bad back can make your daily …

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6 ‘Healthy’ Foods with Tons of Sugar

Sugar is a dangerous drug. Overconsumption is associated with obesity, diabetes, heart disease, premature aging, inflammation, hormonal imbalance, depression, the list goes on. What’s most disconcerting? The devastating effects of sugar aren’t just connected to candy bars and sodas. Most of the sugars we consume are hidden in supposedly ‘healthy’ foods like yogurt and granola. …

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Tips for Back-to-School Safety on the Roads

In 2013, more than 330 child pedestrians died and another 13,000 were injured while going to or from school. Over the last decade, about one-third of the children were killed between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. “That’s when they’re walking home from school. That’s when they’re heading to the playground or library. That’s when they’re waiting …

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Health Tips for Men in Their 40s & 50s

1. De-Stress. For many men, career, financial, and family pressures can make the 40s and 50s a very stressful time. And stress is a known risk factor for heart disease. Keep in mind, too, that heart disease hits men at a younger age than it does women. In addition, heart disease is the No.1 killer …

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