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3 Ways To Reduce Foot And Ankle Pain When Running

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Running is a simple sport compared to other solo sports. You require little equipment or training to start a running program. However, aspiring runners can often become sidelined with foot and ankle pain if they are not careful. If you are new to running and want to continue training to run a race or get fit, here are some tips to help you reduce foot and ankle pain as you run. Read More»

Treatment Options For COPD

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If your physician has diagnosed you with COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), you may be wondering exactly what that means. The acronym COPD covers several different chronic lung diseases, including emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and some forms of asthma. Emphysema is almost always a result of decades of smoking, although those with lung impairment to begin with, such as asthma, may receive this diagnosis sooner than their middle-aged or elderly counterparts. Smoking can also cause chronic bronchitis in younger smokers. Read More»

Why Counseling May Be A Better Option Than Medication If You Suffer From Depression

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Feeling depressed is something most people go through from time to time, but it is not something you should feel every day of your life. If you constantly feel like you are in a deep depression, your doctor may suggest taking antidepressants to help you feel better. While this can be a good solution in some cases, seeking help from a counselor may be a better option. Here are a couple things to know about this subject. Read More»

Advice On Doing Your Physical Therapy Homework

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If you are in physical therapy, then the therapist will more than likely give you exercises to do at home. By doing these exercises, you will see positive results much faster than if you only participate in exercises during your limited visits to the office. However, it can be hard to get started out on a good routine you can follow regularly for your at-home physical therapy exercises. This article will provide you with tips on how you can get started and make sure you stick to a good routine. Read More»

Music Therapy: Some Amazing Things It Has Done

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Listening to sounds and words affects people in many ways. For example, if you hear a song from your past, you are immediately taken back there for a few minutes. Sounds can make us feel energized, tranquil, and happy. Therapists have found that music therapy can be used for many treatments, such as with dementia, Alzheimer’s, autism, and Parkinson’s Disease. Below are five amazing things music therapy has done to help people. Read More»

Q&A About Hammertoes

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Keeping up with the latest fashions can sometimes be more damaging to your physical health than your pocketbook. As more women wear high heels, more are noticing foot problems. One of the most common conditions that result from wearing high heels is hammertoe.  What Is Hammertoe? Hammertoe is a foot condition that results from your toes being forced to the front of your shoes. This results in the foot bending unnaturally. Read More»

Tips For Choosing A Knee Scooter After Foot Surgery

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If foot surgery is in your near future, you should pick out a good knee scooter now so you can get used to using it. Knee scooters have become a very popular replacement for crutches since they are safer and easier to use. They come in a variety of styles and prices, but there are a few basics you should look for when choosing the best knee scooter for you. Here are some things to consider. Read More»

Wild Moments In Contact Lens History

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Contact lenses aren’t a topic that naturally lend themselves to excitement. Sure, it’s nice to invisibly improve your vision, but that’s about where contact lens excitement ends. However, there are a variety of moments in contact lens history that are interesting enough to change your mind on your invisible helpers. Leonardo Da Vinci Invents the Concept Leonardo Da Vinci is one of the most amazing people who ever lived. His scientific and artistic abilities were so vast, that he predicted planes and submarines, painted masterpieces and even predicted corrective contact lenses. Read More»

Two Recipes For Creating Your Own Eyeglasses Cleaner

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Cleaning the lenses of your eyeglasses is an important part of taking care of them. If you are searching for a natural cleaning solution, either to cut down on costs or to try more natural ways cleaning, then making your own lens cleaner is the perfect solution. Two recipes you can try are outlined below. Dishwashing Liquid And Water Get a small bowl and fill it halfway with some warm water, then add a few drops of your favorite dishwashing liquid. Read More»

Here A Hair, There A Hair, Everywhere, A Hair, Hair! Understanding PCOS And Facial Hair

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If you have PCOS, you may be embarrassed by the unwelcome changes that are taking place in your body. One of the most distressing physical symptoms is the appearance of facial hair. Hair growth on the chin and above the lip is common in PCOS: A complex syndrome  Polycystic ovarian syndrome, commonly called PCOS, is a disorder of the endocrine system that affects women of child-bearing age. The ovaries become enlarged and may harbor cysts. Read More»