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The Iron Battle
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Hemochromatosis, a genetic disorder causing a large overload of iron in the blood, is not commonly tested for by doctors when a…

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Does Your DNA Make You More Social?
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Do you tend to be more of a lone wolf, or do people describe you as a social butterfly? If youÂ’ve ever…

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Professional Email Etiquette
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One of the first signs of professionalism lies in one’s communication. With email being the prime method of business communication these days,…

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The Art of Aging
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While aging is an unavoidable process, your attitude about it can greatly affect your experience with aging. People physically and mentally age…

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Oral Health and Overall Wellness
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It often goes unrealized how important dental health related to overall health. Because the mouth is essentially a window to the body,…

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Most Beneficial Vegetables
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Eating vegetables reduces the risk of some chronic diseases such as diabetes, stroke, certain cancers, and heart disease, due to their dense…

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How to Gain Optimal Hip Health
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The hips are a primary part of the body, being the hinge point between the upper and lower body. Due to its…

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The Hidden Gem at the Gym: The Low Box
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While the thought of the term “aerobics” may seem dated, the low box that you probably pass up at every gym visit…

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Inviting Prosperity into Your Life
May 1, 2016 | No Comments

Do you often think your life would be easy after winning the lottery? According to Saving Advice, one in three people does….

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Exercise-Induced Fatigue And Its Causes
April 1, 2016 | No Comments

If you’ve ever started a workout feeling great only to run out of steam a few minutes later, you’re not alone. This…

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