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5 Tips to Fight Constipation (Hint: Some may surprise you)

Constipation is unpleasant, but you don’t need to suffer. Try these remedies to get your digestive system back on track. 1.  Go for a walk: If you ever had a dog in your life, you know that Fido invariably needs some walk before attending to its business.  This is because walking naturally stimulates peristaltic in all animals, including humans.  Sitting in the …
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4 Myths about Depression that Die Hard

At one point or another in their lives, depression affects millions of people.  In fact, one of six people in the US suffers from depression, making it one of the most common – and yet one of the least understood –illnesses.  Here are the four common beliefs about depression.  Not recognizing them as myths could be a painful mistake. Myth …
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Guts, Gas and Guzzling Food

Guts, bowels, intestines – call them what you like, even in today’s free-wheeling, open-minded world, they’re not an acceptable topic for polite conversation. But everyone has them, and, like every other part of your body, they can go wrong. Ever feel like you need to go to the toilet but just can’t? Ever keep needing to go to the toilet …
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I’m So Stressed I Could Strangle My Boss

Everyone worries from time to time. But do you often feel like every little thing makes you sick to your stomach about possible failure? Do you ever have to wipe your sweaty palms before shaking hands with your boss? Or do you stay up half the night worrying about things that you can do nothing about anyways? – if so, …
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Anxiety: Healthy Response or Disorder? Six questions to ask yourself

We all know it: your heart beats faster, your muscles flex, your mind races and your stomach churns – you are gearing for the fight of your life. You are anxious. In most cases, anxiety is a helpful response to uncertain threats and opportunities. It plays an important role in keeping us healthy and safe. Like most emotions, however, anxiety …
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