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You’ve read about body language before. Crossed arms and legs indicate defensiveness and quickly tabbing your foot is a sign of impatience. These are basic signs of body language we’re all ...

Coughing, Sneezing Sparked by Certain Thoughts

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Biting your nails, waking up at 7 a.m., drinking a soda with each meal and taking the same route to work each day are common habits we form purposely or unintentionally. Depending on your ...

Are Habits Harmful or Helpful?

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They’re tart, succulent and you better have a heap of sugar near by. Grapefruits, while hard to eat without slathering sugar on top, can do wonders for nutritional well being. Who would’ve ...

Grapefruits Great for Weight Loss: 4 Ways to Dig In

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Here it comes. A subtly sore throat and flashbacks of swigging cherry cough medicine are sure signs of future days off work. There's that stuffy nose, your head feeling heavier than a wrecking ...

Five Ways to Quickly Cure a Cold

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This is important stuff, so I hope you'll read it carefully. Most agree on the concept of posture as a WHOLE; but there are many regimes that rely solely in their own beliefs on how proper ...

Lauren Misak commented on Tommy Kirchhoff's post Posture--The Controversy Around This Topic

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Stress is just part of living. Some stress is good. This type of stress is called “eustress” and results in things like motivation, feelings of excitement and improving performance. The other, ...

Lauren Misak commented on Julie Webster's post Stress and the Benefits of Massage

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When you are sick, either from something minor like a cold or from a more serious health problem, have you ever noticed how your mental attitude can really contribute to the way you feel? I can ...

Lauren Misak commented on Michelle King Robson's post The Power of Positive Thinking - Can We Literally Will Ourselves to Become Well?

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Pick your poison: Victoria’s Secret.com? HSN.com? What about eHarmony? AIM? Steamy chat rooms? While the term Internet addiction conjures pictures of old men gawking at pornography sites, studies ...

How to Wean Yourself from the Web

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Recently, information on food allergies has spread across news outlets almost as quickly as their prevalence among Americans’ list of health problems. A Google.com search produces about ...

Lauren Misak commented on mpingolt's post Food Allergies -- The Causes

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It seems no matter what¬--we want the opposite of what we have. Short people want to be taller, brunettes want to be blonds and those with curly hair wish it was straight. Current research has ...

Lauren Misak commented on Michele Blacksberg RN's post Straighten Your Hair by Taking a Pill?

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One of the first obstacles I hear from clients in maintaining their New Year’s Resolution, is that they spoil their diet while dining out. Knowing how to navigate a menu can help you from veering ...

Lauren Misak commented on Joanne Sgro-Killworth's post How to Stick to Your New Year's Resolution While Dining Out

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1. Eat Brain Healthy Food Certain foods improve your brain's function: foods like leafy green vegetables, fruits and vegetables with antioxidants, soy, and whole wheat provide nutrients that ...

Lauren Misak commented on Elizabeth Stannard Gromisch's post Top 10 Ways to Improve Your Brain Power

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Over the weekend I was spending time with one of my dear friends who happens to be a meditator and a physician. I love this combination because I am also a meditator and a physician and I enjoy ...

Lauren Misak commented on Dr. Daemon Jones' post Meditation Changes your Brain

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Naturally, our teeth were created/developed white – with an inner pulp chamber, beneath a protective dentin layer, beneath a hard outer enamel surface used for chewing. Over time due to everyday ...

Lauren Misak commented on Darlene Oakley's post Natural Ways to Whiten your Teeth

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How much sleep do you get each night? If it’s 5 to 6.5 hrs., you may not be getting enough. A Harvard School study involving more than 82,000 nurses referenced in an article I recently read cites ...

Lauren Misak commented on Christine Jeffries' post Six Steps to Better Sleep Hygiene

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I am wondering if anyone has been afflicted with acne as an adult? I skated through my teen years with a few bouts of acne here or there but nothing dreadful. I was about 19 or 20 when I really ...

Lauren Misak commented on Susan Cody's post Adult onset Acne

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The start of every New Year for me usually seems to mean yet another attempt to be more decisive in life. Unfortunately, what prompts my indecision is the fear of making a mistake, which is a much ...

Lauren Misak commented on divinecaroline's post To Err Is Human: Why Making Mistakes Is Good for You

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Everybody wants to be healthy, right? Although there are some things we can't control about our health, there are many things we can. By developing healthy habits that we practice on a daily ...

Lauren Misak commented on Tina Marcantel's post Six Healthy Habits You Can Start TODAY!

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We've watched 'What Not To Wear' and have slowly begun collectively tossing our overalls forever and never, ever buying plastic belts, no matter how neon, gold or skinny-jean oriented they may be. ...

Lauren Misak commented on Aimee Boyle's post Getting Over Your Ex: What Not To Do