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Diet & Lifestyle Tips on How to Lower Blood Pressure

If you’re experiencing hypertension, the thought of lowering your blood pressure with medicine can be stressful. Thankfully, a few simple lifestyle changes can help you get your blood ...
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Losing Weight After 60: Making It Work

Metabolism matters when it comes to weight loss. If you have a fast or high metabolism, for example, you’ll burn more calories whether you’re exercising or resting. That explains why some ...

Ease Your Aching Back with Back Pain Stretches

Back pain is widely considered the most common type of chronic pain among adults. The pain is hard to miss — it’s the type of ache felt in your back that makes you want to lie down and. ...
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Stress Relief Activities for Seniors

Old age comes with wisdom, clearer priorities, and more time to do things you truly enjoy. But it also comes with a new set of challenges that could trigger stress, from loved ones moving ...
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Setting Up an Outdoor Home Office

With the COVID-19 crisis affecting everything in the world today, a lot of companies have transitioned into a work from home set up as opposed to traditional work in the office. Even ...
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How to Set Up an Ergonomic Home Office

Remote work has become the “new normal” for many employees throughout the COVID-19 crisis. While our work environments have changed, the dangers of an aching body still loom. Poor posture ...
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Simple Exercises to Prevent Computer-Related Injuries

Many people work on their computers, forcing them to sit at a desk for hours. However, this simple task can be harmful to one’s health and well-being. Overexertion is the most common ...

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