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Hidden Toxins in Your Home: What You Need to Know

Ever notice how no matter what kind of strict cleaning regimen you enforce at home, there still seems to be a dust bunny or streak on the glass somewhere? It can be difficult to keep common areas clean all the time. What’s even more challenging is keeping the air free from the fumes of chemicals

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Lifestyle Advice and Lifestyle Change

Lifestyle advice is an important part of health care. It is vital for prevention, management and treatment of non-communicable diseases. It is also a vital part of primary care, which supports a large proportion of the population and promotes better health. Various studies have shown that lifestyle advice is essential for the overall health of

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Eco friendly wedding gift ideas

Planning a wedding is stressful at the best of times, you have the venue, guests and everything else to organise and worry about. To add to the planning, it is now more important than ever to consider our effects on the environment and if we can at least make an effort to reduce our impacts

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Downsizing 101: How To Do It The Right Way

Did you know that the size of an average single-family home has increased to more than 2,500 square feet or 2 ½ times as big as it was right after World War II? Homeowners have long been convinced that living in as much space as possible is always better, but the reality is more complicated

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Before, During and After Your MRI Test

The infographic below, MRI Preparation: What to Expect, explains what happens before, during and after the test. From your point of view as a patient, there’s nothing in the infographic that will scare you, but there are several things you’ll learn that are very important. Your biggest MRI challenge will probably be the dress code.

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Managing Your Chronic Disease and Your Job

Do you have a chronic disease? If so, you are not alone. The Centers for Disease Control define chronic diseases as those that limit the activities of daily living or require ongoing medical attention, and last at least a year or more. When defined that way, it’s not surprising that six in 10 American adults

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