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5 Benefits of Using CBD Muscle Balm

You are probably familiar with CBD edibles or vape pens, but did you know that you can apply CBD directly to your skin to experience its overwhelming benefits? CBD muscle balm has been growing in popularity not only for athletes, but for anyone who experiences muscle soreness, chronic pain, or …

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7 Ways to Take Charge of Your Health

People tend to be fairly reactive about their health. Oftentimes, they don’t try to do anything to improve their well-being unless they have a health crisis. Instead, they are at the mercy of medical professionals to figure out what’s wrong with them. The truth is, most people actually have so …

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To Live Long, Exercise Rather Than Lose Weight

The secret to living a longer life has been sought by humanity for as long as we have roamed the earth. Dan Buettner found 5 “Blue Zones” across the world where people regularly lived to old age. Among Buettner’s findings were that people in those Blue Zones lived lifestyles that …

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Warning: Your Tap Water Could Be Killing You

Guess what happens when you pour chlorinated tap water into a goldfish bowel? The fish die. Or so states a new report on subject of toxic chemicals in your tap water. Considered the “silent enemy” lurking inside your kitchen and bathrooms, chlorinated water, while supposedly killing all sorts of diseases …

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How Sunscreen Protects Against Skin Damage

How Sunscreen Protects Against Skin Damage

Harvard Health mentions that sunscreen is instrumental in protecting a person’s skin from harmful radiation from the sun, but many statements made online may be misleading. Unfortunately, most people put a lot of faith into what the internet has to say. Some assertions of sunscreen claim that it may be …

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How To Work Out Your Breathing

How To Work Out Your Breathing

Breathing exercises have been around for a long time, and many people swear on their effectiveness. Science Daily mentions a recent study from the University of Colorado at Boulder that claims that a 5-minute breathing workout could be as effective as aerobic exercise in managing circulatory problems. The breathing exercise …

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