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Healthy Living Tips – The Zen of Exercise and Healthy Food

In this article I will be writing about how to enjoy and get a deep satisfaction from exercise and eating really good healthy food.

There is a Zen to all things we do, what I mean is, that there is a mindful relaxed way do things that gives a person a sense of contentment, fulfillment, calm, a generally positive result from what you are doing.

With exercise’s like Tai Chi, QiGong, yoga and other martial

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Down Syndrome – Three Tips for Educating Your Down Syndrome Child

One of the most daunting questions about having a child with Down syndrome is how to best educate them. A child with Down syndrome will have more specific educational needs than a typical child.

Mental retardation is the general rule for kids with Down syndrome, so you will be entering a whole new world of special education. But don’t despair! There are many systems set up to make sure that your Down syndrome child receives

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Terror By Vaccine

Today, questions have arisen when we are now faced with a resurgence of Covid-19 infections. We have to ask ourselves when over 70% of the US populations and the overwhelming percentage of people in Israel and other countries have already been inoculated with this mRNA experimental drug why then is there such a drastic increase of infections? This when summer is the time of year when influenza viruses drastically decrease. And, why so many physicians

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How to Avoid Dangerous Chemicals in Skincare Products

In this day and age, most of us are increasingly aware of how important it is to eat organic and as natural as possible. Unfortunately, we often fail to apply this rule to the outside of our body. Our skin is the largest organ in our system; it absorbs toxins and/or nutrients via whatever products we put on it.

The general rule of thumb that applies to food should also apply to our skin care

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Will I Have To Stop Dancing

As a practicing chiropractor of 36 years, I recently had a 66-year-old man, named Clark, come to me with pain of his right hip. He was an avid ballroom dancer and had been having hip discomfort for several months. His pain was constant but mild. However, if he participated in ballroom dancing, which he did once or twice a week, his hip pain flared up for a couple days afterward. He was worried about this

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Age discrimination: Seniors say they experience devalued when interacting with wellbeing treatment providers

There was the time a number of several years back when she instructed an unexpected emergency room health practitioner that the antibiotic he needed to prescribe would not counteract the kind of urinary tract infection she experienced.

He would not pay attention, even when she pointed out her skilled qualifications. She questioned to see someone else, to no avail. “I was ignored and eventually I gave up,” explained Whitney, who has survived lung most cancers  

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