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Living with Chronic Pain

Living with Chronic Pain

Fifty million Americans have pain; chronic pain, lasting six months or longer and 25 million Americans experience short-term pain from injuries or surgeries annually. Women tend to experience daily pain, miss work because of pain and develop conditions that cause chronic pain. If you experience pain with your chronic illness, as most of us do, you may not always want to complain to your physician....

5 Steps To a Healthier You

5 Steps To a Healthier You

Balance in all things is critical to maintaining health, not only physical health, but emotional and spiritual health as well. In the hectic drive of today's world, many women forget to take care of their most important asset, themselves. In an effort to help woman of all ages learn to take care of and nurture themselves, here are 5 easy ideas you can use to bring balance and harmony into your life....

No Nonsense Nutrition

No Nonsense Nutrition

Today, many Americans are becoming proactive about their health. A great place to start any kind of health program is to adopt a healthful diet. I feel, nevertheless, that many are uncertain of what they can do to promote health and vitality, or feel that eating healthy is an "all or nothing" proposition....

The Key To Optimal Health: Nutrition and Disease

The Key To Optimal Health: Nutrition and Disease

During the past 20 years, we have heard a lot about controlling disease through diet, exercise and food supplements, but not much is being said as to how to prevent disease before it occurs. We are all are born with both inherent strengths and weaknesses as part of our genetic inheritance....

Spring Cleaning Your Body

Spring Cleaning Your Body

It happens every spring. You fling open the windows, shed your winter coat, and suddenly get the urge to clean your house. But do you ever think about "spring cleaning" the toxins from your body? Detoxifying in spring is an important part of the ayurvedic seasonal routine, called ritucharya....