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The Hidden Perpetrator of Sinus Infections – Found in 96% of Mayo Study Participants


Nasal congestion is usually caused by infection or allergy, and is one of the most frequent medical complaints in the United States. A common belief...

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    NYC Health & Fitness Directory

      Shift Integrative Medicine Union Square Shift offers you an integrative approach that acknowledges not only the physical but also the spiritual, emotional, and energetic... Read more

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    How To Manage Long Thick Hair

    Meet lovely Jenna Catherine, our new Beauty Blogger! A native of Canada, Jenna’s YouTube channel the Natural Beautiful Life has become an international hit for... Read more

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    Foods That Fight the Common Cold

    The common cold is the most common infectious disease in the US and many other areas of the world.  Cold symptoms are triggered by hundreds... Read more

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    8 Ways to Keep Kids Off Unnecessary Antibiotics

    Antibiotic resistance is one of the greatest health problems of our generation and the generations to come, says pediatrician Saul Hymes. This week is “Get... Read more

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    Transplant Gives New Face, Scalp to Burned Firefighter

    NEW YORK—A volunteer firefighter badly burned in a 2001 blaze has received the most extensive face transplant ever, covering his skull and much of his... Read more

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    How to Get Rid of Black Mold for Good (Infographic)

    If you detect black mold in your house, it is important that it be removed as soon as possible. Toxigenic black mold can quickly take... Read more

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    How to Avoid Misdiagnosis From Ultrasounds and MRIs

    A major report by the Institute of Medicine earlier this year found that just about all of us will be misdiagnosed at least once in... Read more

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    Secrets of Korean Medicine Part 3: Cure Eczema, Other Atopic Allergies by Getting Rid of Waste Underneath the Skin

    Say goodbye to allergies when you restore the intelligence of the immune system by reinforcing lung function. The skin is the single largest organ in... Read more

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    6 Tips to Manage Change

    Change is great when it is for the good. But how do we navigate it when it’s challenging – in cases such as the ending... Read more

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    How to Run Without Getting Knee Pain

    By Michael Edwards, Organic Lifestyle Magazine This method helps you to also give birth without lower back pain, heal the sciatic nerve, stop spending money on chiropractors,... Read more

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    Why Your PSA May Be Elevated

    Is your PSA elevated? PSA stands for prostate-specific antigen, which is a protein that is produced by the prostate gland. The PSA can become elevated... Read more

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    How Your Dentist Can Help Detect and Treat Sleep Apnea

    Sponsored Content Snoring can be bad for your health—and not just because your partner may kick you or toss you out of bed! Snoring can... Read more

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    Secrets of Korean Medicine Part 2: A Simple Survival Strategy for Mankind in the Era of Viruses

    The Black Death, Spanish flu, the Asian flu of 1957, and Hong Kong flu of 1968, Swine flu, bird flu, H1N1, Ebola, and MERS—it would... Read more

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    Secrets of Korean Medicine Part 1: Curing the Incurable

    This series is an invitation for you to think about healing and disease in a radically different way—and to understand how it is possible to... Read more

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    New Push for Pint-Sized Medical Devices to Treat Sick Kids

    WASHINGTON—Improvise isn’t a word parents want to hear from their kid’s doctor. Yet pediatric specialists too often have to jury-rig care because many of the... Read more

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    5 Reasons to Consider a Career as a Chiropractor

    The field of chiropractic is now one of the most established forms of complementary medicine in the United States. The basis of treatments is non-invasive... Read more

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