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Pain
Pain is the result of a physiological series of electrical and chemical events that occur in the body. Pain receptors are bare nerve endings that are widely distributed throughout the body, skin and mucous membranes. read more
10 tips to relieve back pain
Back pain keeping you from being productive? Here are ways to help you alleviate that... read more
Acupuncture: An Alternative Pain Relief for Pets?
For some people, pets are considered as part of the family.... read more
Back to Back
The acutest LBP stems from a disruption in how the parts of the back, from... read more
Bend it Like a Yogi!
Yoga is a form of exercise that provides physical, mental, and psychological benefits.... read more
Celebrate a Hassle-free New Year's Eve
The festivities of a brand new year are something that everyone looks forward to. Since... read more
Day of Rest
More often than not, people who are tired and worn out from a hard day's... read more
Gout Culprits
Gout is caused by having higher than the normal levels of uric acid in the... read more
Healing Through Art
For many years, people have tried to find new ways to overcome stress and anxiety.... read more
Heavy Load
Children nowadays go to school at an earlier age.... read more
Pain, Pain Go Away
Ladies, you're probably no stranger to it. Like clockwork, you may get it every month,... read more
Sore Gums
By default, your gums should be firm, pinkish in color, and must... read more
The Crippling Truth on Arthritis
Arthritis is basically inflammation of one or more joints characterized by pain, limitation of movement... read more
Types of Yoga, Part 2
Ashtanga yoga. Ashtanga, a term that means "eight limbs" in Sanskrit, is the most intensive... read more
Types of yoga, Part 4
Viniyoga is based on the teacher-student model in which an experienced guru or teacher of... read more
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