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Holiday Stress Headaches Now?

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Enter any store and mall, and there are already signs of the upcoming seasonal holidays. However, this season's good cheer does not need to include tears, neck pain, shoulder pain, stress headaches, and a weakened immune system too. Let's face it the combination of the wrong food, too much alcohol, late nights, rushing ...

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Tips For Faster Injury Recovery

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Are you sitting or standing on the bench due to an injury? For most athletes and health enthusiasts, recovering from an injury can be a workout in itself. For a serious athlete, being told that you have to reduce or halt activity altogether to let a bone or muscle heal is equivalent to torture. ...

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Fast Track Your Immune System

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The engine of the autumn season is now officially in overdrive.  As the rushing to school, sports events or other important functions are on the fast track so may the attack on you and your family's immune systems.  So this month let us all commit to making ourselves a little healthier by choosing one or more ...

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Fast Track Your Recovery in Oxnard

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For most, recovering from an injury is an exercise in itself. For an athlete, being told that you have to reduce or halt all activity in order to let the bone or muscle heal is equivalent to torture. However, there are a few things you can do to help speed the healing process so you ...

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Marathon Shoppers Guide To A Pain-Free Season

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Can you hear the holiday songs playing? Of course, that's because the holidays are until after January! However, with this season's good cheer, holiday stress may lead to tears, neck pain, shoulder pain, and headaches. The combination of the wrong food, too much alcohol, late nights, rushing around carrying heavy bags, and, let’s face it, family ...

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