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  • Arun Sharma
    Published 3 days ago
    Causes of Arthritis and how to Avoid It

    Causes of Arthritis and how to Avoid It

    When one or more of your joints become tender, and you can see the swelling, it is called arthritis. The Best Joint Replacement Hospital in Chandigarh says the major symptoms of arthritis such as stiffness and joint pain become worse with age. Cartilage, the hard, slippery tissue which coats the ends of bones where they form a joint, breaks down in osteoarthritis (a common form of arthritis).
  • Robert Cordray
    Published 5 days ago
    Best Forms of Cardio Exercise That You Must Try

    Best Forms of Cardio Exercise That You Must Try

    Getting fit and staying healthy are goals for many adults. While this is on many to-do lists, it can be difficult to know how to get started or what is the right activity for you. The reality is that not every form of exercise is for everyone and you need to find the activity that you can start, sustain and enjoy. As you get started on your fitness journey, here are a few must-try forms of cardio exercise that can change your life.
  • Louis Petrik
    Published 7 days ago
    My Problem With Body Positivity

    My Problem With Body Positivity

    In recent years, this topic has repeatedly been discussed— Body Positivity. The idea divides people; some find it good, others bad. But you can’t make it that easy, because Body Positivity is a complex idea with different facets. Here is my opinion about Body Positivity, what I like, and whatnot.
  • Natosha J Selsky
    Published 9 days ago
    My sometimes Yoga Routine

    My sometimes Yoga Routine

    My Sometimes Yoga Routine Yes, you read that right. This is about my sometimes yoga routine. I do enjoy yoga when I am doing it. After a while, I get bored with it and begin to make excuses to not do it. The longest I have done my routine is for 3 weeks. This is probably why I am not very advanced in yoga considering I have been reading about it and doing it on and off for over 20 years. If I practiced more and longer than my 3 weeks, I am sure I would be more advanced in it. I started my on again off again yoga routine back in 2002 when I was still living at home and I bought my first yoga book. Yoga Handbook by Noa Belling is the very first book that I had owned about yoga. Now many, many years later I have 3 more books and a kindle subscription, I also use U tube to watch the poses being done. I watch so that I have a better understanding of the pose that I would like to do.
  • Galvez 5amily
    Published 9 days ago
    PHYSICIANS FOREVER

    PHYSICIANS FOREVER

    Vasectomy is a surgical process by which sperm is stopped to get into a man’s semen. The vessels that carry sperms from a man’s testicles to his penis are cut, blocked, or sealed by applying heat. This results in the non-fertilization of a woman’s eggs when a man ejaculates because there are no sperms.
  • Galvez 5amily
    Published 9 days ago
    PHYSICIANS FOREVER

    PHYSICIANS FOREVER

    Anatomy Of The Foot The foot is the region of the lower limb that begins from the ankle joint. The foot has 26 bones, 33 joints, and more than 100 muscles, ligaments, and tendons. These important structures strengthen the
  • René Junge
    Published 10 days ago
    How Being Face-Blind Affects my Everyday Life

    How Being Face-Blind Affects my Everyday Life

    What is facial blindness and what is not When face blindness is covered in the media, it is usually sensational and undifferentiated. It is always about the extreme form of facial blindness, in which the affected person cannot even recognize their next of kin by their face.
  • Arun Sharma
    Published 13 days ago
    The Dramatic Rise In Knee And Hip Replacement Surgery Lately

    The Dramatic Rise In Knee And Hip Replacement Surgery Lately

    There has been a sudden increase in the number of knee and hip replacement surgeries in the country in the past 5 years, as per a senior consultant orthopedic surgeon. But, what concerns ortho doctors is the number of patients who return for amendment surgeries.
  • Megan Hindmarsh
    Published 16 days ago
    We Need to Stop Fat Shaming Ourselves

    We Need to Stop Fat Shaming Ourselves

    If you google the phrase “fat shaming”, the first page of results is full of articles of why it's a bad thing to do (in case you weren’t aware) and ‘celebrities’ (ahem Piers Morgan) who have fat shamed others. But something no one ever talks about is fat shaming yourself. We are told over and over from advertising backlashes to telling elderly relatives it's not okay to treat someone like they are a bad person for being “fat”, (AKA not the usual perception of being a healthy weight) that fat shaming others is wrong - obviously because it is - but why is nothing ever said about fat shaming yourself?
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 16 days ago
    Habits That Can Keep You Healthy

    Habits That Can Keep You Healthy

    When it comes to staying healthy, there are many things you can try to improve your health. However, the reality is that it is the habits that you keep day in and day out that can have the biggest impact on your overall health. If you're trying to improve your health and start feeling better overall, here are some things to consider when it comes to your habits and daily routines.
  • Maggie Bloom
    Published 19 days ago
    Pain Relief Products to Keep Around the House

    Pain Relief Products to Keep Around the House

    Pain Relief Products to Keep Around the House Image: Envato Sprained ankles, pulled muscles, headaches, and toothaches all have one thing in common: they present with pain that can make doing ordinary things unbearable. Keeping pain relief products around the home is essential for when accidents and injuries occur. Don't remain in pain after an injury; keep these pain relief products on hand and get feeling better soon.
  • Natosha J Selsky
    Published 24 days ago
    IBS a Life-Long Battle

    IBS a Life-Long Battle

    I am not a stranger to Irritable Bowel Syndrome. My mom has IBS. This is why I thought it would be a great idea to write an article about it. With the research, I found if you have mild symptoms you can manage it with proper nutrition and exerciser. More severe symptoms can be managed with medications and counseling.