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Guest post by Debbie Hampton, author/blogger at The Best Brain PossibleOccasional anxiety is a normal, expected part of life. You might ..read more
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A great deal of patience is often required in health care, for all the waiting around that’s involved. But now the idea of being a “ ..read more
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Guest post by Debbie Hampton, author/blogger at The Best Brain PossibleYou might think that your most important sex organ is located ..read more
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If you haven’t received a seasonal flu shot yet, run don’t walk. The Centers for Disease Control recommends that you get vaccinated ..read more
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It can hard to be see a loved one fall ill, whether it’s a child that’s come down with chickenpox, or a mother diagnosed with cancer. ..read more
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Opening your eyes is the first thing you do every day, so it’s easy to take your vision for granted. But remember the importance of ..read more
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The pursuit of happiness has been an American quest since the Declaration of Independence, but happiness often isn’t easy to catch and ..read more
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It’s time to get moving, even if (especially if) you think you don’t have time to exercise or don’t belong to a gym or own a bunch of ..read more
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Springtime is long gone, and flu season is around the corner. So a stuffy nose probably means you have a cold, and not allergies, right? ..read more
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Blogger and multiple sclerosis advocate Cathy Chester has been on a quest to understand more about how the bacteria that live in our bodies ..read more

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