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Green Your Space

These five eco-friendly habits can make your home a healthier haven If the dawn of the 1900s brought about the Industrial revolution, you could say that the 1950s gave birth to the “Chemical Age.” From pesticides to plastics, science brought us new, innovative products designed to make our
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Power Down Pain

Herbal helpers to ease the “ouch” Whether it’s a headache, sore muscles, or stiff, achy joints, when pain strikes, life suddenly seems to stop. So you may reach for an aspirin, or maybe some ibuprofen or naproxen. But, while over-the-counter and prescription pain relievers can temporarily
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Tame Your Tummy Troubles

Natural ways to ease common digestive problems Did you know that every time you eat, magic happens? With each bite, a cascade of digestive functions are triggered that break down and process the food you just consumed. The ultimate goal? To ensure that each and every cell in the body gets all
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Sidestep Stroke

What if, in the blink of an eye, half of your brain stopped working properly? That’s essentially what happens when you suffer from a stroke. Experiencing a stroke is one of the most terrifying of medical emergencies—and, according to the American Stroke Association, it happens to someone in the U.S. every 40 seconds. What’s more, stroke kills someone about every 4 minutes. But it’s not just that a stroke can kill you. The frightening possibility for millions of Americans is that it won’t. Instead, it can leave you unable to talk, walk, or function, making it the leading cause of permanent disability in America. A stroke is really more like a brain attack. It occurs either when the blood supply to part of the brain is suddenly interrupted due to the presence of a blood clot

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