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Horseback riding is not just a sport for physical body building but also a hobby which brings happiness, great health, and balance. Hopping on to the saddle can guarantee measurable benefits ranging from therapeutic profits, including treatments for cerebral palsy, autism, anxiety, depression and injuries.

Magnesium is necessary for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It helps maintain normal nerve and muscle function, supports a healthy immune system, keeps the heart beat steady, helps bones stay strong, regulates blood glucose and blood pressure and aids in the production of energy and….

LOOKING TO THE PAST: ANCIENT CURES FROM OUR ANCESTORS

Well before Paracelsus’ time, different cultures and now-extinct species and subspecies around the world had the same philosophy and practices. It’s now known Neanderthals utilized nature’s pharmacy for healing. The remains of several….

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NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIANS PROMOTE HEALTH IN A NATURAL MANNER

People looking into alternatives to traditional medicine may want to consider a naturopathic physician. The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (www.naturopathic.org) defines them as professionals who….

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5 HEALTHY REASONS FOR CHILDREN TO SADDLE UP

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MIGHTY MAGNESIUM

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UNDERSTANDING BIRTH CONTROL PILLS

Before deciding to take birth control pills, do your research and understand what they will do for you. Every woman makes the decision to use birth control for different reasons.

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WORKING TO HAVE A HEALTHY HEART:

Are you working to have a healthy heart? Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in the United States. Twenty-three percent of women will die within a year after having a heart attack. Fortunately, you can do something to avoid being one of the statistics.

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MENOPAUSE: A NORMAL NATURAL EVENT

Menopause is the time when a woman stops having monthly periods. It is also commonly viewed as the end of the reproductive years. It usually occurs around age 50. The North American Menopause Society says menopause is a normal, natural event. Some women do not have any physical symptoms as they….

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IS IT MORE THAN PMS

During the last seven to 10 days of the menstrual cycle, many women suffer from a variety of unpleasant physical, emotional and behavioral effects called premenstrual syndrome (PMS). PMS symptoms include bloating, breast tenderness, headaches, joint pain, food cravings, mood swings, frequent crying and panic attacks.

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FEATURE ARTICLES FROM OUR CURRENT EDITION OF HEALTH & WELLNESS MAGAZINE

WEIGHT LOSS MATHMATICS: SHOULD YOU COUNT CALORIES?

Counting calories was born from the concept of energy balance: When calories taken in are fewer than calories used/burned, then weight loss and eventual weight management are achieved. Good news for anyone trying to lose weight – times have changed. Current research suggests the practice of calorie….

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JAN 2020

UNDERSTANDING YOUR METABOLISM

Metabolism is the process where the body converts what you eat and drink into energy. It encompasses the way the body expends energy and burns calories. It functions 24/7 to keep the body viable, even when at rest or sleeping – circulating blood, adjusting hormone levels, growing and repairing cells.

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JAN 2020