Natural Health

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Archive »Healing Ways

Affordable Complementary Care

Alternatives to Insurance Cost Less
Using an acupuncturist or massage therapist usually means digging into our own pockets and purses, but some pioneering insurers are covering complementary practitioners and supplements.
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Archive »Natural Healing

Spark Up Your Love Life

Natural Ways to Boost Libido
If you’re among the two out of five women that feel they simply lack sex drive, some simple approaches can get a lagging libido back into action.
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Archive »Wellness and Anti-Aging

Stay Sharp

Powerful Ways to Avoid Mental Decline
The latest research points to simple lifestyle changes that produce remarkable results in staving off or slowing up Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
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Archive »Beauty and Skin Care

Holistic Dermatology

Inner Health, Radiant Skin
Food allergies and gut parasites can dull our complexion, but through switch-ups in diet and using holistic facial products, we can restore a healthy natural glow.
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Archive »Perfect Weight

Weight-Loss Saboteurs

Tackling Obesity’s Hidden Causes
If you’re among the many of us that can’t keep pounds off, the cause may lurk in an imbalance in gut bacteria, thyroid function, immune response or exercise method.
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Archive »Healthy Kids

How a Brain Grows

Five Ways to Aid Development
Try these scientifically backed tips, designed for parents and caregivers, to positively influence a child’s developing brain.
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Health Briefs

Parents Use Complementary Health Care for Kids

Children Taking Part in Alternative Medicine or Practices

Exercise in Midlife Helps Preserve Mental Sharpness

Keeps Cognitive Impairment at Bay

Ayurvedic Program Improves Blood Chemistry

Benefits of Detox and Rejuvenation Protocol

Early-to-Bed Kids at Less Risk of Obesity

Keeping a Healthy Bedtime Schedule

Autism Risk Linked to Banned Chemicals

Prenatal Exposure Increases Odds

Early Job Satisfaction Supports Long-Term Health

Risks for Disgruntled Workers in Their 20s and 30s