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Avoid These Bad Habits If You Have Lower Back Pain

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Lower back pain is a common type of pain that many people experience. While you may be getting treatment from a doctor or chiropractor, there may be even more you can do. The following bad habits can exacerbate your back pain, so it is important to avoid them. Remaining Sedentary While it can be difficult to get regular exercise when you are struggling with lower back pain, it is still important to keep moving. Read More»

Three Reasons Not To Ignore Occasional Foot Pain

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If you’ve ever had pain that showed up unexpectedly and then went away just as quickly, you’ve no doubt brushed it off as one of those things. In many cases, the cause of odd but temporary pain is minor. But if the pain recurs, even if it keeps going away, then you shouldn’t ignore it. Sometimes intermittent pain, especially in the foot, is a sign that something is wrong and about to get worse. Read More»

Tips For Dining Out With IBS

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Bloating, gas, cramps, and other bowel problems are the most distressing effects if you are living with IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). The goal is not to allow these symptoms to have a major impact on your quality of life. If you have avoided socializing with friends and family when food is involved because you are worried about your IBS, it’s time to take charge over the condition so you can enjoy time with those you care about. Read More»

Pain Management After Oxycodone: How You Can Handle Pain After An Addiction To Pain Killers

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You made it through a drug rehab program for prescription pain killers, but now you have a major injury or you have had surgery and need pain relief. What do you do? Obviously you do not want to go back to the pills that you were addicted to, but what are your other options for managing pain? To help you through this difficult time, you should know about alternatives to prescription pain killers that can help. Read More»

Simple Exercises That Might Keep Your Hearing Healthy

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The health of your hearing (just like any other sense) is very important. You should make sure you visit your hearing specialist, but that is not the only thing that you can do. The following guide will show you a few simple exercises that might help keep your hearing healthy.  Why Does Exercise Help? Recent studies show that the health of your hearing is connected to good blood circulation. The researchers discovered that people in their 50’s could hear as good as people in their 30s, as long as they were in good shape. Read More»

What's That Bump By Your Eye? A Guide To Styes And Chalazia

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Do you suddenly have a bump along the edge of your eyelid? Tender, red bumps on the eyelids are usually either styes or chalazia. Neither is particularly harmful, but as they can be uncomfortable, it is important to know a bit about what causes them and how to deal with them. What is the difference between a stye and a chalazion? Styes and chalazia are very similar, and it is often hard to tell which one you have. Read More»